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  • ross1948 00:01 on May 13, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Mozart imperialist, Ode to Joy   

    Woke Weasels Snarl At Mozart! 

    ‘Decolonise your ears as Mozart’s works may be an instrument of Empire, students told.. ‘https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2022/05/07/decolonise-ears-mozarts-works-may-instrument-empire-students/

    It’s not the first time Mozart’s music has been abused for political effect, since his most impressive “Ode to Joy” was hi-jacked…


    …by the Fourth Reich, as its anthem!

    Even so, the latest sicko saga is truly laughable, or would be, if we were making up satirical stories..



    ….about pinko creeps foisting wokery on students who go to Cambridge University for an education.

    But, sadly, it seems to be true that undergraduates studying one of Cambridge’s music courses are being “taught to view classical works as an ‘imperial phenomenon…’ “

    Do these Cambridge ‘educators’ have their snooty snouts slurping in the public purse?



    If so, time to boot some bozos off the yummy tax-trough


  • ross1948 22:40 on September 11, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , EUSSR banner, , Ode to Joy, Union Jacks   

    Last Night of the Proms Unsubverted! 

    Despite the enormous reputation for reliable reporting which the Irish Examiner ( who? what?) enjoys around the world, I think I prefer the Daily Mail’s verdict on the ‘battle of the flags’ at the weekend Last Night of the Proms.

    The Irish Examiner tells us that the

    Last Night Of The Proms crowd shows solidarity with the EU

    Non-Brits may already know that it’s become an occasion for displays of healthy patriotism, but this year a clique of millennial renegade brats had allegedly been plotting to stage an infestation – dozens of dorks wielding the much-hated EUSSR banner.



    some of us delighted in burning the Brussels rag some years ago.

    Burn, Baby, Burn – Demophobic EUSSR Flag Goes Up in Smoke 

    Needless to say, patriotic Brits got wind of this and distributed the true blue Union Flag in quantities, to thwart the nasty plot.

    Now here’s what the Irish Examiner’s actual description of the event has to say about the euro-rag’s presence in the Albert Hall.


    There was even one prominently placed on the conductor’s stand, which was decorated with flags from across the globe.


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