It's unclear who is behind this remake of the Simon & Garfunkle classic "The Sounds of Silence," but it appeared on the YouTube page of someone calling himself Dougald Hendrick. "Sounds Like Silence" addresses, both lyrically and visually, the silencing of any discussion about or criticism of the bloody march of Islamic supremacism today.
A few sample lyrics - to the tune, of course, to "The Sounds of Silence":
Hello darkness, my old friend
I've come to hide with you again
Because Islam is softly creeping
Trying to kill us while we are sleeping
Watch and listen to the rest. Be warned -- contains disturbing and even a couple of graphic images of the barbaric work of Muslim fundamentalists.