<i>[The average American citizen is taught to be pa*sive. He learns at an early age that obedience and submission will lead to a reward, often unattainable and almost always at his own detriment. Marx discussed this idea in Das Kapital when he refers to religion as being the opiate of the people. It is painfully obvious that this allusion to religion can be applied to anything that citizens follow blindly, whether it be radical ideology because of its inherent shock value, patriotism, television idols, or media instilled demagogues. The citizen must learn that the truth will not be spoon-fed to them. The citizen must learn the beauty of doubt, for all they have to lose is their chains.]</i>
"wheels turn crush me I am the machine heaven helps those who forget to dream I see a spark great is what we are eyes towards my reward compensated for I am no-one I am nothing mold me make me into something you find worth in deem special I am no-one I am nothing and I'm sure i'll remember the love this brings me the love this brings me by the gla*s cuts on my feet fate damns/guides me into life's fear and shame bully me into submission it's the only thing that keeps me sane I will never break free I don't want to break free comfort in my torture there must be reward I sold myself out to you you told me that you were truth use me as your new disease I just need to please I live die kill just for you my self esteem I remove cut me and bleed me dry I can serve just let me try mold me into what you want me to be I can't stand this I feel removed I feel remorse for my understanding take me change me into something."