Political Correctness Kills Art

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Dressed in our uniforms so fine
We drank and killed to pass the time
Wearing the shame of all our crimes
With measured steps we walked in line

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  • MonarchKingdom

    Richard Wagner could also be connected, his performances are distorted by "Regietheater", and there's always the topic of how horribly Nazi he had been (and hence the need to dress Wotan in an SS-uniform etc.). The martial industrial project Les Joyaux de la Princesse is currently inactive because he was accused of Neo-Nazism. (I don't know for sure, but I bet you he isn't one. WWII imagery, sound samples, moods etc. are interesting to non-political as well as leftist people. It's like how Darth Vader is more interesting than Luke Skywalker.) So Les Joyaux de la Princesse could also be connected.

    29 Giu 12:13 Rispondi
  • Ryncol

    I'm sick of seeing black people in every fucking movie!

    1 Mag 14:33 Rispondi
  • blvmbe

    I have not even elevated them above anything or anyone, so I don't see why I should do that. And all he does is make a really daft point referring to the American custom of adding a prefix to the migrant populations country of origin. He would seem to be implying that the language used would cause them to see themselves as separate from the host country, which would in turn make them do what? Rape and pillage? Ruin the harmonious and homogeneous society in which such phenomena certainly doesn't exist the slightest. But surely this isn't related to the horror and endless offence that "political correctness" causes worldwide, hurting the feelings of NSBM fans everywhere.

    10 Gen 20:21 Rispondi
  • althefknamsrtkn

    If you wanna get into music taste: can you explain what separates Les Rallizes Denudes from countless other 60s psych acts/VU knockoffs aside from the fact RYM and some obscure blogs rave about them? Anyway, I would like to see an argument against ClassyMusicSnob that doesn't amount to a thinly veiled "your argument is unfashionable, therefore flawed" (this logic seems to be very popular with people who lean to the left).

    10 Gen 18:03 Rispondi
  • blvmbe

    A fan of shitty prog metal raving about multiculturalism and liberals. Beautiful.

    8 Gen 20:40 Rispondi
  • althefknamsrtkn

    Cool, thanks for letting us know that you bet that

    13 Dic 2013 Rispondi
  • GenericProfile

    I bet people who joined this group simply are against anything that isn't directly pro-them [2]

    4 Dic 2013 Rispondi
  • Forteski

    Classic Literature Group

    19 Nov 2013 Rispondi
  • Un_Autre_Con

    @ClassyMusicSnob Yeah, racism exists 'cos black people single themselves out. Read a history book, moron.

    29 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • Un_Autre_Con

    I bet people who joined this group simply are against anything that isn't directly pro-them.

    29 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • GenericDrone

    V - This [2]

    20 Ago 2013 Rispondi
  • super-goomba

    this group is epic win, especially the connected artists

    24 Lug 2013 Rispondi
  • alwiatmaardhana


    22 Lug 2013 Rispondi
  • ClassyMusicSnob

    The reason that multicultural societies don't live in harmony is because liberal fucktards force their racist political correctness. In Germany, a black man who is born and raised in Germany is called a German, not a African-German or a German-African. In America a lot of people eat up libtard bullshit and they actually promote racism towards themselves. "I'm not an American, I'm an African-American." You fucking idiot, you're singling yourself out. Multicultural societies don't exist in harmony because people see themselves as races and don't see themselves as human.

    5 Apr 2013 Rispondi
  • Basement_96

    Jing & jang, eat shit cunts xD

    22 Mar 2013 Rispondi
  • Un_Autre_Con

    "Show me a harmonious multiracial society and I will expose it as a lie." What do you mean by 'harmonious'? Has this ideal ever existed anywhere other than in fantasy? Do you think there would be no crime, no social problems in a racially homogeneous society? I take your point that it is possible to be racist and believe in free speech just as some (but not all) anti-racists believe in limiting freedom of expression. That said, calling someone a 'Nazi' may be an insult and may even be inaccurate but isn't a denial of that person's free speech. I could argue that it is my free right to label someone a 'Nazi' if I feel fit, just a others would defend their right to use racial insults and stereotypes. Why is it that when it is right-wing it is called 'freedom of speech' but when it is left-wing it is called 'political correctness'?

    13 Feb 2013 Rispondi
  • MonarchKingdom

    I only alluded to Hitler because you talked about the "Fourth Reich", you started the whole Nazi-thingy in this thread. I don't mean people who admire Lincoln at all. I mean people whose views are very similar to those of Lincoln. They don't admire Lincoln, often they are not even aware how close their views are to those of Lincoln. These days anybody not believing in the possibility of a multiracial utopia (show me a harmonious multiracial society and I will expose it as a lie) is routinely labelled as a 'Nazi', whether or not they believe in democracy, Führerprinzip, freedom of speech, slavery, mass murder, whatever.

    11 Feb 2013 Rispondi
  • Un_Autre_Con

    The question is still irrelevant. I wouldn't call someone who admired Lincoln a 'Hitler-worshipper" so I don't know why you are using this example. You talked about "extreme-rightists" and alluded to Hitler. It was only after that you clarified that you meant people who admired Lincoln. I can't answer your question because I don't recognise the example. I guess it's like how the term 'fascist' gets applied as a pejorative to almost every belief or political position by its opponents.

    9 Feb 2013 Rispondi
  • MonarchKingdom

    The question stays: if someone's views are closer to Lincoln than to Hitler (actually thinking Hitler was a mass murderer and oppressor of freedom), why is he called a "Hitler-worshipper" rather than a "Lincoln-worshipper"?

    9 Feb 2013 Rispondi
  • Un_Autre_Con

    They're all historical figures so some of their views are considered outdated by today's standards. Hitler more so than Lincoln and Churchill because his views were more extreme and more easily discredited. The world changes and the values of past ages don't always fit ours.

    9 Feb 2013 Rispondi
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