Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Ohio 1970 Kent State University

Pubblicato il 4 mag 2013
"Ohio" is a protest song written and composed by Neil Young in reaction to the Kent State shootings of May 4, 1970, and performed by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. It was released as a single, backed with Stephen Stills "Find the Cost of Freedom," peaking at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100. Although a live version of the song was included on the group's 1971 double album Four Way Street, the studio versions of both songs did not appear on an LP until the group's compilation So Far was released in 1974. The song also appeared on the Neil Young compilation album Decade, released in 1977. globalpoliticalawakening.blogspot.com/2013/05/crosby-stills-nash-young-ohio-1970-kent.html
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  • How the hell do you give a thumbs down to this..... We do have sick people of greed upon us...

  • Those terrorists deserved to die. They weren't protesters. What type of protesters cut water hoses of firemen who are trying to put down the fire, what type of protesters throw bricks on national guard. They were even the worst kind of terrorist because they were killing their own country.

  • we shot our own!

  • And today, 9 more dead in Ohio.

  • I am writing this on a day 20 were killed by a shooter in El Paso. How many more indeed?

  • This event was the reason my father started protesting. I’ve heard some really interesting stories about back then

  • Yes, people if things get a little unsettling for the establishment, they will shoot us.. I don't think any of us really believed it could happen, until it did.

  • "We should never see dissent as disloyalty". Edward R Murrow

  • Guess these 4 won't be graduating. Was in Nam at the time......fighting for them.

  • Classic song, RELEVANT today as THEN! I watched this PLAY OUT on LIVE TV & the "sight" of OUR NATIONAL GUARD opening FIRE on KENT STATE COLLEGE has been BURNED INTO MY MEMORY, EVER SINCE! WHAT THE FUCK was the GOVERNMENT THINKING? OPENING FIRE ON "UNARMED" STUDENTS? MADE ME "SICK TO MY STOMACH"!

  • The government makes money out of school shootings, because every time there's another massacre, gun sales go up and so do the NRA bribes for the corrupt politicians who openly accept tens of millions to oppose gun control. That's why America watches this snuff porn on an almost daily basis.

  • I wonder whether current crop of whining students would consider the National Guard's actions a "micro aggression".

  • Nixon President ---another crook in the w.h. today - it can happen today

  • remember the day well ---

  • My 11th and 12th grade biology teacher was born before 7:00 that very same morning. Her mother had been to the hospital twice; once on Friday the 1st and once on Saturday the 2nd, and sent home both times with Braxton-Hicks (she was already a week overdue). Then on Sunday night the 3rd, her parents had dinner at her father’s parents’ house, and her mother had a glass of wine, hoping it would bring on labour. Surprise, surprise, she was born the next morning!

  • 49 years since this Horrific event , Let us never forget the students lost that day , WE ALL HAVE A RIGHT TO PROTEST don,t let anyone tell you any different Peace

  • I was a little girl when I first saw this on tv, I haven’t lost my sense of outrage since! #Bernie2020!

  • I was a student at one of America's largest universities when Nixon announced on April 30, 1970 that he had sent U.S. combat forces into Cambodia. That news that he had widened the Vietnam War brought massive outrage on college campuses nationwide, with protest demonstrations held on thousands of college & university campuses. When the news broke on May 4th that 4 students had been shot dead at Kent State, & many were wounded, protest demonstrations on thousands of college & universities escalated, & on many hundreds of campuses many students went on strike against attending class. The vast majority of the protests were non-violent. Some confrontations became violent but no one was killed. In response to the confrontations and student strikes several hundred college & universities closed campuses to varying degrees of length of time. If I had been one of the Guardsmen at Kent State wearing a helmet & gas mask there is no way I would have fired a rifle or pistol at any student throwing rocks or throwing tear gas canisters back at the Guardsmen. Remember the fallen of Kent State. A message from a former U.S. Army officer. God bless America.

  • Some history of "look over there" while we are doing "this over here" www.iyoutome.com/hr

  • If you don't remember the past, your doomed to relive it.

  • Haunting.

  • Still gives me chills to listen to this song. A sad day in US history.

  • Today is the anniversary

  • best song ever written

  • wow the image of the woman & 2 men running for their lives from the National Guard who were running after them. ...

    • Well, they were trying to get them off the college property, they weren't running after them to kill them. Their job was to clean up the college and get them off the campus. Not sure why the shooting of four people happened. Someone said they were giving them the finger and then who knows what happens and a soldier fired a shot oh, maybe it was an accident and it caused a chain reaction who knows? Of course it's regrettable and terribly sad.

  • 2 songs of that era will forever be remembered by this old man. This being one of them, and "For What It's Worth" by Buffalo Springfield is the other. Both bring back good and bad memories from those times.

  • 2:05 I don’t recall her name,but the girl kneeling over Jeffery Miller wasn’t a student at K.S. She was a runaway who happened to be there at the time.

  • Fuck our Government. Listening to this as I walked past the Chief Petty officers lounge, I just thought it was more automatic weapons fire from Vietnam, on the news. I back tracked and looked into the lounge and it immediately registered. They were shooting college students, our fucking government was shooting college students. I'm 69 years old now. The next time this shit happens, I will be shooting ....................., all because of our fucking government. Revolution now, for a new government. Trump is a Clown. I voted for him, but he is a fucking corporate JEW BAG Clown.

  • Order following scumbags has always been our downfall as a "country"

  • My senior high school class organized a brief, but memorable school walk-out in protest the day after this tragedy. (Shouldn't that grave marker state "In LOVING Memory?")

  • Fuck the American Government!!! Them and the Russian Government have no Morals except for Greed!!!

  • CSNY should have sung “Four MURDERED in Ohio”.

  • President Trump should call these fine soldiers out of retirement and send them on a campus tour at sjw universities. lol

    • Orange_Man Bad You’ll die with the rest of the scum you inbreeded hick.

  • Simplemente la amo , y también a ti Neil

  • A song like this would never get played on the air or tv today. The oligarchs control it lock, stock, and barrel.

  • How in the world could soldiers point and pull the trigger on unarmed, defenseless student protestors.

  • I was 12 when I watched this on TV. I'll NEVER forget OHIO!! I lived in Iowa City - The University of Iowa - near Ohio Kent State and they had their eyes on us like you wouldn't believe. Like we were the next to blow.. Probably were. Protests every single feksng night... every fjkdlsj day.... I wonder when the LEFTIES IN THIS COUNTRY ARE GOING TO FIGHT !! THEY ARE TOO STUPID TO FIGHT.. BYE AMERICA AS I KNEW IT!!

  • I wasnt there for Kent I didn't know anyone there or born around that date I was born in 97 but I feel their burden this country hasn't learned from the Kent State Massacre it just keeps repeating with brute force on the protesters or immigrants were becoming what my great grandfather taught against in Europe and you can say I side with Hitler cause I'm a socialist but I'm not I believe equality for all and we need to rethink our gun laws to fit all races and not rich white Christian Male heterosexuals conservatives

  • you do what they want or they kill you and your kids ! and still they smile !

  • for me it's ..............my life........ this should never die xx

  • School shootings are not new...your government invented them...we have been controlled by fascists for a long time now. Nothing has changed.

  • The events of Ma 4 th 1970 may be repeated on the Mexican border, in December 2018 +, if Donald Trump is left unchecked!

  • Crazy

  • And, to think of the ignorance of a Kent State graduate to call herself "the Kent State Gun girl" and carry a assult rifle on this hallowed ground....in May of 2017....how can she do that...when she knows? Sacrilege. Peace.

  • Nixon fucking Dictator....

  • I remember all of it . I was 25.

  • I was 11, in the fifth grade... we had a music teacher, dont' remember his name, but he played this song for us, and even gave us sheet music... it really hit me hard, because I knew exactly what it was about, it had been all over the news. In my gut, all I could think about was their families, and the unspeakable pain they felt... "what if you knew her, and found her dead on the ground".... this opened my eyes to the world in a way I'd never seen before. I'll never forget that.... and btw, that teacher wasn't there when i returned for the sixth grade.... I wish I could talk to him, and let him know he reached me in a way few people in my life ever have.

  • When I was in the army 101st airborne air assault, we trained the national guard in riot control. I hope and pray this never happens again.

  • I see that sicking troops on college students was so wrong, but what should have been done after arson and all that? The students didn't go home after the university told everyone to leave- what were the students intending to do?

  • Talking about a sad day

  • Great classic

  • Remember this. Our government NEVER acknowledged nor accepted responsibility for killing our citizens. They NEVER prosecuted the military action at Kent State. They NEVER brought these killers to justice. I was at OSU when this happened, it could have just as easily been us or any other college in America. Today our government is ever bit as out of control as it was under Nixon. Stand up and make your voice count, speak out against the injustice, against the racism and misogyny.

  • Wearing black armbands we walked out of high school and prayed in the parking lot.

  • Nixon deserved to hang. His crimes were numerous. As an Ohio boy this still burns.

  • watching the Kavanaugh riots and praying for kent state 2.0

  • I was 15yrs old counting down the days of my draft. I registered when I was 18yrs. Had friends that when overseas and didn't come back. Or came back all fucked up. It was a horror show at best! We didn't belong involved in somebodies civil war! This government sucks no matter what you vote! It's a capitalist government. Money talks and bullshit walks! Take is as you see it. Period………………………………….

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  • What happened to the hippies..no..the hippy philosophy? Why have so many seniors who were in HS or college in 70 now supporting the repressive republican party?

  • I was 19, same age as these kids. I was in college but commuting. I remember watching this on TV and Honestly.. cld NOT believe what I was seeing. I was unprepared, naive and Still somewhat sheltered. I did NOT understand WHY our 'Government' were shooting at 'young Students.' Sadly, it was my 1st Introduction into the Real world and no longer feeling as naive, sheltered, or protected anymore. That night I saw Life differently and No longer through innocent eyes and through rose colored glasses. I was scared, depressed, and mourned that night, and for kids my age that I've never met. My life changed, and so did I. But there's One thing that Hasn't changed.. I STILL Don't understand WHY This was Done! 😧 ♥️ ☮️

  • R.I P all the innocenti souls