Acting-Out Politics

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

Hermann under the Influence of His Sentimental Moral Tale to His Wife’s Lydia – Imagining Himself as His Own Brother Felix as he is – real, decent, angry, honest, poor, abandoned by life and by hope Hermann met Felix by chance in an abandoned amusement park near the market, where both found themselves trapped in […]

In a large, awkward and monstrous surrealistic place Hermann (to the left) is squeezing from himself all the energy of lying and inventing absurdities in order to make Felix agree to join him in his “enterprise”, in which, as Felix already felt, some kind of a fabrication and cruelty criminally join together. Here, we see […]

Lydia, imagined by her husband Hermann-Hermann as being in love with Felix who is in turn equally in love with her (Felix himself is also the self-fantasy of the Hermann-Hermann). But what we see here is the beginning of Lydia’s incredible bird-love dance. Lydia is impatiently rushing to meet Felix (in specific Felix’s white hat […]

One day Rainer said to me, after some conversation I had had with him, ‘Never, never, Dirk, ask anybody of your age-group here in Germany – what they did in the war.’ He loathed the Germans, vehemently. I had a room in the Bauscherhof hotel in Munich, and Rainer came around one night for a […]

  

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