A crunchy bit of audio and some borrowed words from the end of an old 1947 civil rights film called "Don't Be A Sucker." The track is about standing together, and especially standing with minorities. "If we allow ANY minority to lose its freedom by persecution or prejudice, we threaten our own freedom... Our right to belong to a minority is a precious thing..." It's not us against them, it's simply us. Think about that the next time you rail against someone that you perceive as different from you in any way, whether that's skin color, religion, educational background, gender choice, and so on... they ARE you more than they are not you.