Hm, I have no problems with the AA’ss Outside. I have problems with any single forum out there that that intend or pretend to be on the subject. Anyhow, making my “political statements” I did not mean politic as it commonly understood but rather politic as one of the manifestations of methods and results. Politic as much as music, as much as anything else are not purposes but tools. Tools for something else, more important. Still music, as much as politick “might” indicate, or more precisely I would say - symbolize, the progress in that - “something else”.
I did find that a trip a few years ago, watching Hitler’s painting was very enlightening and educational. He was a promising pianist in his childhood and I would lalso ike to hear his recordings if they were available. Would I accept a playing, a written book, a painting, or any sight of artistic impressionism from Jorge Bush with the same attitude with which I was approaching the Hitler’s artworks? Unquestionably, even worth. Hitler was a developed evil, witch grew out from circumstances. Bush is an evil of organized, structured and the subject of self-awared evil consciousness. Bush, along with his entire machinery are in a way are hostages of that evil consciousness, but since one conforms to it than the metastases of brain virus become a permanent identify of the conaminated mind....
Obviously I am very jaded. Some people would approach Hitler’s artwork with expectations to see the revelations of the brightest and the most humane person ever lived. The talented bitch Condoleeza Rice does feel that her boss is the smartest and the noblest politicians she ever seem. Do I care about her musical talents while she destroys my country and whale I’m paying her salary? Not a chance!
So far the only peace of artwork that I have seen from that White House dirt was the poem that children from Louisiana “supposedly composed” for his President and that the sung for him at the White House Easter Egg Roll: (this is not joke)
“Our country’s stood beside us
People have sent us aid.
Katrina could not stop us, our hopes will never fade.
Congress, Bush and FEMA
People across our land
Together have come to rebuild us and we join them hand-in-hand!”
If a person, listening this crap, particularly after his legacy, would not kill himself then I do not know what would help him. I have lived in a county where that poetry and those “leaders” were a routine, thanks, not wiling anymore...
In the end, the today’s White House does have some harmonies. Probably the last movement of the Shostakovich’s Fifths symphony comes to mind…
Romy the caT
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche