Sunday, July 24, 2016

Who really prefers garbage for art? Who prefers decay for a nation?


People say Frederic Chopin is too familiar, too much played, too popular, so why don't new composers create new works with the same romantic ethos?

One of the main reason is because composers don't have the inspiration of nationalism anymore, that is, a religious or nationalist political vision (but not uncreative propaganda like socialist realism), as Poland was to Chopin or Germany to Wagner. Since nationalism has been lost we have had rubbish for art.

With the inherent nationalism of ethnopluralism established in America or Europe, with a thousand ethnic cultures living in ethnic states and regions and protected by a light federalism, we would have a variety of potentially great art inspired by the natural ethnocentrism inherent in real human nature.

Why fight against human nature in art philosophy when it creates the greatest art as well as the most well loved nations? Who really prefers garbage for art? Who prefers decay for a nation? Fire them, as Donald Trump might say, the sooner the better.

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