Dmitri Shostakovich’s “Symphony No. 5 in D Minor” Performed by the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, Directed by Philippe Jordan

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Solzhenitsyn in Vermont

Where he “prepared his famous commencement address, given at Harvard in 1978,” in which “he excoriated the West, and, in particular, America, for its godlessness, materialism, and weakness of spirit” — A Tiny Village in Vermont Was the Perfect Spot to Hide Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.

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The Trek Continues

To Stavropol — First 50 families of farmers from South Africa may soon resettle in Russia.

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Gustav Mahler’s “5th Symphony” Performed by the World Orchestra for Peace, Directed by Maestro Valery Gergiev

His best of his and one of the best symphonies. “I wonder why almost all the No. 5 symphonies are distinctive, those of Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, Mahler … etc.? Is it mere coincidence?” asks commenter Ahmed Karadakhy. Good question. Mahler’s first four notes definitely echo Beethoven’s, and Shostakovich’s echoes Mahler’s.

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Wyclef Jean and the Refugee All-Stars Perform “Attraction,” “Raw,” “No Woman, No Cry / Do My,” “We Trying To Stay Alive,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “Gone ‘Til November,” “Freestyle,” “Fu-Gee-La,” “Another One Bites The Dust,” “The Star-Spangled Banner,” “Jump Around,” “O.P.P.” & “Piece Of My Heart”

A local concert from about the time I was a fan on the other side of the globe. Sadly, the commenter who says “corny” gets it right. This is the kind of half-assed performance I give when I don’t feel like working.

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Sexual Politics and Yemeni “Refugees” in Korea

It seems from this report that Korean women, unlike their legs-spread welcoming European counterparts, are leading the opposition to taking in these military-aged males who claim to be refugees. Is this due to the feminine modesty and chastity that are still preserved and cherished in Asia?

Also, the one military-aged male “refugee” confesses to having left his wife, son, and daughter back home and that he is “ready to die.” If he is “ready to die” why is he not at home protecting his family? What kind of man is he? What kind of men are they?

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Flake the Flake

Virtue Signalling from a loser who can’t get reelected so instead, like “‘Songbird John’ McCain,” attempts to position himself as the moral conscience of the nation — Flake Introduces (Non-Binding) Resolution of Support for Intelligence Community.

At least he’s consistent. Sixteen years ago, he supported the so-called intelligence so-called community by drinking the kool aid, eating the yellow cake, and voting “yes” on H.J.Res.114 – Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution of 2002.

STFU, Flake! For your vote you’re lucky you weren’t tried and executed for war crimes under the Nuremberg Laws.

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