Thursday, February 23, 2017

Julie Ali Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation. February 24, 2017 at 7:35 am I know how you feel . When you lose your innocence and are no longer of the majority it’s very frightening. You have to think for yourself for the first time and make decisions independently of the collective. The sad facade is everywhere and we have to make a new reality out of the junk that is given to us as democracy. I don’t know if we can do this to be frank. The destruction of the ethical and moral for the vapid and the pointless is everywhere. We are on icebergs drifting out to sea.




Danielle Hébert published an article on WordPress.
4 hrs
WordPress
Coming back from a gig that didn’t happen.. I was booked to play Yerli Yabanci but there was no one. Taksim is dying a slow death, the bombs and the terrorists and the police have cumulatively slowly instilled their fear and abuse into the minds of the people so now on a Thursday night at midnight the pedestrian traffic is sparse, the percentage of tourists is almost zero. [ 2,048 more words ]
Like
Comment

Julie Ali Says:
Your comment is awaiting moderation.
February 24, 2017 at 7:35 am
I know how you feel . When you lose your innocence and are no longer of the majority it’s very frightening. You have to think for yourself for the first time and make decisions independently of the collective.
The sad facade is everywhere and we have to make a new reality out of the junk that is given to us as democracy.
I don’t know if we can do this to be frank.
The destruction of the ethical and moral for the vapid and the pointless is everywhere.
We are on icebergs drifting out to sea.

No comments:

Post a Comment