Acting-Out Politics

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

Mortality And Humility Of A Poet Who Is Capable Of Creating Immortal Images And Meanings – Grace Which Is Not Phobic About Humor And Wit My star is a Hibiscus flower Jean Cocteau, “Two Screenplays”, A Pelican Book, 1968, p. 144 Of course, works of art create themselves, and dream of killing both father and […]

This film is dedicated to the universal (geographically and historically) human situation of being at war. For the majority of human beings readily brainwashed by the variant of ideology of belligerency (created by the megalomaniacal decision-makers obsessed with glory, weapons and money), being at war and in fight is not only normal, but an experience […]

Does Belief In Democracy (In Its Concrete Incarnation) As The Best Political System Anti-democratic? Can Democracy Manipulate and Blackmail Other Countries And Yet Be A Democracy? When I emigrated from Soviet Union to US in the beginning of 70s, “Star Trek, Final Frontiers” was my favorite pastime before the TV set in my tiny/dusty hotel […]

Trying to Unweave Picasso’s Creative Intuition – Appropriation of the Bridegroom by the Bride into the Wedding/Marriage/Family Life Pablo Picasso, “Embrace”, 1971 A Still from Elia Kazan/Tennessee Williams film “A Streetcar Named Desire” (1951) The reason we decided to combine the still from Elia Kazan’s courageously truthful film “A Streetcar Named Desire” with Picasso’ incredible […]

  

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