Acting-Out Politics

Weblog opens discussion about the psychology of Bushmerican style of behavior.

The 1923 Military Putsch In Germany as a Metaphor of German Nazism (1933–1945), and German Nazism as a Metaphor of American Globalist Corporate Rule In the Beginning of 21st Century He never says what he’s thinking. He just charges ahead with all his feelings and he looks so frightened. And I try to tell him […]

The Question of the Genuineness of the American Democracy after 2WW The intensity, scope, financial deep-rootedness and the overwhelming success of the right wing political propaganda in US since early 90s challenge the mind and demand explanation. It is as though all the channels of neo-conservative infuriated enthusiasm which for several decades were habitually semi-closed, […]

The Middle Class’s “Delicate” Psychology during Democratic Historical Periods Six people were killed and at least 12 others injured by the gunfire that left Democratic Representative Gabrielle Giffords in critical condition… Giffords was holding a “Congress on Your Corner” event… That same month, Sarah Palin’s PAC (Political Action Committee) posted a map of the US, […]

To live in an Emotionally Rarefied Air of Instrumental Urbanism Impregnated by Dry Dreams of Super-success Edward Hopper, “People in the Sun” (1960) People depicted here by Hopper cannot just relax in the sun. Instead, they project to the situation of taking sun their rigidities and stresses, and their business oriented energies over-stimulated by science […]

“Real Men” as the Makers of History vs. Intellectual Historians and “Sissy-Politicians” Max Ernst, “Who Made History”, 1937 The sky is the measure of earthy power. This can explain the domination of various blues in Ernst’s painting of the Barbarians yearning for more political and financial power (for two years, at least they victoriously will […]

How a House will look if it’s a Painting, not an actual House? Egon Schiele, “Façade of a House”, 1914 These or similar questions might have arisen in Schiele’s intuition when he noticed a house which we‘ll never know how it looked. We automatically assume that the painted looks either is copy or resembles the […]



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