Last night’s New Years Eve shows were about the saddest thing our culture’s ever produced. It was low budget, washed up D-Listers with empty streets and sad piped-in fake applause. It’s the culmination of everything our corporate culture has become: fake, empty, hollow, devoid of talent.
Everyone’s incentivized to produce art which is functionless, meaningless, ugly at this juncture as a way to brainwash the population into compliance, sub-mediocrity, no willingness to dream. It’s part of the communist ideal to ensure that man is “equal” rather than our former culture’s ideal that man strive to become something better.
Nothing exemplifies this communist dystopian culture more than one performance last evening:
Watch if you dare.
Now our corporate culture could produce something better than this, something better than Disney Star Wars, something better than modern Marvel comics, but they willfully choose not to. They keep the brands of the past and “deconstruct” them in order to try to stagnate art, deter creation, remove beauty from society.
Everything is in this plan. It is nihilism. It is evil on display.
Only we can make a difference, and it’s by reaching for the stars and trying to overcome this shlock they’ve foisted upon all of us. People are starting to wake up. I hope you’ll be among those that join us this year.