There is generally speaking a list of artistic works that, despite their aesthetic greatness, are either historically misrepresentative & inaccurate or merely biased in context and coverage. Some do justice, some don’t. Perception all depends on which angle you look at the subject. I wish for justice for all, but we must recognize, expose & bring to justice those distinct forces which causeContinue reading “Analyzing Political Undertones in Pop Culture Through Art”
When Brutus freed the Romans from Caesar’s absolute rule – he was hailed as a force of liberation – thousands of years later, however, it seems he is regarded with disdain – a traitor who ushered the end of rome, a jealous and devious shadow of Caesar. And so, in today’s world, as millionsContinue reading “Julius al-Assad”
From Marlon Brandon and the Native Americans to Maduro and the fate of Venezuela What an evening. I’ve read some of the most interesting stuff today. From this features BI article about Marlon Brando and his gesture to not attend the Oscars in 1973 for his lead role in ‘The Godfather’, to coverage of Maduro’sContinue reading “From Marlon Brandon and the Native Americans to Maduro and the fate of Venezuela”
An ignored injustice will breed a misunderstood injustice.
I feel the change that I want coming. Deep down I know I can’t bear life like this any longer. God is working. Time is moving. My heart is beating. My friends are with me, my family’s watching. What is coming? My dream I hope — the ability to afford all that I please toContinue reading “On the Road to Salvation”
I wonder why sometimes I hold myself back from my doing things my heart yearns for. Some things I have good reasons for, like wanting to preserve a possible asset, but even then, being free is nice.
I have more positions to take on, From decisions on safe sex to missions to wastelands, Regardless, the visions are solid truth. The art is nonsense all removed, As Plato said once, Socrates too, Aristotle and all the men, Who sought the truth with reason. Here a pureness to the soul, Strong as mine andContinue reading “a city cold”