And yes we in with the wind and the Plan de Ayala kin
The wind seems to be a metaphor of a revolution. Zack de la Rocha is stating that the revolutionaries of the revolution are back with a plan similar to the Plan of Ayala, which was a plan made by the revolutionary figure and leader, Emiliano Zapata. The Plan of Ayala was dedicated to the town of Ayala, Morelos where Zapata first wrote the plan. The plan considered the following: Rejection of Madero’s presidency and a call for free elections once the situation in the country had stabilized;
Naming of Pascual Orozco as the legitimate leader of the Revolution;
Devolution of land and property to townships and citizens, as opposed to being owned by large hacendados;
Confirmation of the agrarian nature of the Revolution.
The Plan is also a symbol of Zapata’s ideology of “Reforma, Libertad, Justicia y Ley!” (“Reform, Freedom, Justice and Law!”), later shortened to “Tierra y Libertad!” (“Land and Freedom!”, a phrase first used by Ricardo Flores Magón, another Mexican revolutionary, as the title for one of his books).
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