Friday, 30 March 2018

Tomorrow Belongs..........


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  1. I've never seen Cabaret, but I'm aware of the story line. I find this excerpt chilling and somewhat repulsive.

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  2. I don't understand the context of this in your blog or world events, what am I not getting here? Sorry to be uninformed?

    lizzy

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    1. Totally arbitrary Lizzy
      It came up on my YouTube suggestions for some strange reason

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  3. In my opinion, this is a very chilling song. Fortunately, the future did not belong to him.

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  4. I beat you putting that up by about five years. Chilling stuff and would any of us be able to resist.

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  5. I've never seen Cabaret, but this is a disturbing and evocative scene full of very powerful imagery. It is a terrifying reminder that when good people do nothing and remain silent, evil and awful things spread: War, Violence, Cilantro/Corriander...

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    1. Haha.... Coriander.. my daughter would agree with you.... tastes of soap.

      Jo in Auckland, NZ

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  6. This is chilling John but we live in chilling times, dictators for life in power and brainwashed followers who think it's ok and the whole dumbing down of the USA with Trump in power, it seems that the children are the only ones brave enough to take a stand. On the other hand we live in a beautiful world with more good people than bad I hope you all have a wonderful long Easter Weekend, the above gives me nightmares.

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  7. It didn't; and then it did again. How did we allow this to happen? The hatred and jealousy of the UK by Germany is still causing trouble.

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      "Hatred and jealousy of the UK by Germany"? Where do you take that notion from?

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  8. And here we have an early example of Flash Mob singing.

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    1. Hahaha! Thanks Rachel, I was just sitting here feeling disturbed like everyone else and you made me laugh. Taking the piss should have been my first reaction, it should be everyone’s reaction. It would easily have been mine a few years ago. I have just realised how much I pick up other people’s moods through the media, social or otherwise. I thought I was cynical enough to be immune to it. Apparently not.
      I have a friend who’s mother was in the HY. He was very misunderstood by the rest of us....apparently....lol

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    2. Hooray Wanda! I wanted to make it even more of a joke and in fact wrote more words but in the end I deleted them as I was pretty sure they would be lost and misunderstood. I won't say any more although there is loads I could say. Thank you xxx

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  9. That was seriously scary. I thought not only of the need to take a stand for the good, but also of how much more sophisticated manipulation is exerted by the social media pressures of today.

    Happy Easter to you and the household..

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  10. This song gave me and still gives me the creeps.

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  11. I've just got back from The Fatherland, so I found this clip truly moving (joke...). That kid would probably have given tomorrow to someone else if he had known how it would all turn out.

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  12. This song from Caberet is chilling and makes my stomach clench. A beautiful child - a puppet for tyranny and atrocity.

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  13. I'm heading to the Kit Kat Club.

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  14. Creepy.
    I'd rather watch this.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRim619Iguc

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