RobSS Posted January 6, 2022 Author Share Posted January 6, 2022 13 minutes ago, Macnamara said: It's 2030..... all classical music has been banned from the airwaves as 'wrongthink' In order to roll back the 'whitewashing' of musical history music played on the radios or television or sold in the shops has been 'decolonised' of anything created by white people unless the message of the music is deemed 'politically correct' Now orchestras of non white immigrants from every country on the planet, conducted by jewish conductors, play orchestral renditions of gangsta rap classics from the 1990's and 2000's Everyone is very happy about this.....its is assumed....as no one voices any dissent. If they do voice dissent they are sent to the camps for 're-education' to overcome their 'bigotry'. Some unfortunately contract covid 33 while in the camps and are never seen again. They have created a 'culturally enriched' desert and called it 'peace' The mainstream classical music and opera world is prone to the things you're describing, but I don't think it's going to be as bad as you fear. It's not at all bad that things are getting a good shake up. Many very talented female conductors have been marginalised and suppressed by a male dominated profession, so things like that do need to be addressed, and there does need to be a rebalancing, but it has to be done in a way that Oksana Lyniv has highlighted, which is to allow the best talent to come through, regardless of gender or sexual orientation, etc. So, if there's an audition, and the most talented person for the role happens to be transgender, then they should get the opportunity. The same should be the case, whether they be a man, lesbian, gay man, bisexual or disabled person. At the end of the day, it's talent that will count, and classical artists are very good at recognising real talent. If people aren't happy, they will say, and like Oksana Lyniv, they are speaking out, which is why, in that other controversy, English Touring Opera has been forced to apologise. There are also a lot of successful opera companies and orchestras that operate outside the mainstream corporate system, and because a lot of the repertoire deals with things related to the nature of reality and the forces that shape civilisation, a lot of people at the top of the profession are acutely aware of the cabal's agenda, after all, Wagner made it a huge feature of his music dramas... he not only exposed the agenda, he also foresaw exactly what's taking place now. What makes him even more remarkable is that he had the vision to leave the seeds for a spiritual solution, which Roger Scruton alluded to in the video interview he did with Sarah-Jane Leslie. Wagner understood the problems posed by the cabal and his works have been deeply studied by the profession for well over a century and a half. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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