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Molotov, Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Molotov(noun)
Soviet statesman (1890-1986)
a city in the European part of Russia
A Russian surname of patronymic origin.
Origin: From Russian Молотов (Molotov); literally 'son of (a man called) hammer'
Molotov is a four-time Latin Grammy Award-winning Mexican rock band formed in Mexico City on September 23, 1995. Their lyrics feature a mixture of Spanish and English, rapped and sung by all members of the group. Musically, Molotov blends heavy basslines with heavy guitar riffs. Many songs, such as "Gimme Tha Power" and "Frijolero," are politically inspired, addressing issues such as disenfranchisement within Mexico and immigration in the United States. The band's lyrics are risqué, playful, and frequently aggressive.
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No one will be able to demonstrate with Molotov cocktails.
A rioter with a Molotov cocktail in his hands is not fighting for civil rights any more than a Klansman with a sheet on his back and mask on his face. They are both more or less what the law declares them lawbreakers, destroyers of constitutional rights and liberties and ultimately destroyers of a free America.
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