Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Venus Through Time & Space... [R]*







[E Lucevan Le Stelle - from Puccini's Tosca]










[...lol...]



[Je Crois Entendre Encore - from Bizet's The Pearlfishers]



N.B.: To readers who might understandably be baffled by this and a few other seemingly cryptic and outlandish posts on this blog: it was my response to a white supremacist female blogger in Angola who, in the context of a series of personal attacks against this blog’s author, issued a post depicting the “evolution of Venus through time” including only “white venus(es)” with a comment according to which the first one (also the first on this post) was “the most Tosca but not the Puccini’s”, which in turn was her response to this post
Confused? A “white supremacist female blogger” in Angola?
Yes! And not just that: she is a white blonde bombshell and european classical ballet dancer, who owns a dance company where she only 'includes' black men, against whom some years ago a group of Angolan citizens issued an open letter accusing her of "social and racial discriminatory practices and statements", but, and certainly not unrelatedly, who of late got to maskerading herself as the Chokwe ancestral dancer Mwana Pwo and was awarded a few years ago the “National Prize for Culture and Arts” in the Dance category, which makes her pose as “more Angolan/African than thou”! And, interestingly enough, apparently she is “unconditionally supported” by the powers that be in her relentless shenanigans...

Et voila’: That’s Africa for some of us!…


*[First posted 11/09/10]







[E Lucevan Le Stelle - from Puccini's Tosca]










[...lol...]



[Je Crois Entendre Encore - from Bizet's The Pearlfishers]



N.B.: To readers who might understandably be baffled by this and a few other seemingly cryptic and outlandish posts on this blog: it was my response to a white supremacist female blogger in Angola who, in the context of a series of personal attacks against this blog’s author, issued a post depicting the “evolution of Venus through time” including only “white venus(es)” with a comment according to which the first one (also the first on this post) was “the most Tosca but not the Puccini’s”, which in turn was her response to this post
Confused? A “white supremacist female blogger” in Angola?
Yes! And not just that: she is a white blonde bombshell and european classical ballet dancer, who owns a dance company where she only 'includes' black men, against whom some years ago a group of Angolan citizens issued an open letter accusing her of "social and racial discriminatory practices and statements", but, and certainly not unrelatedly, who of late got to maskerading herself as the Chokwe ancestral dancer Mwana Pwo and was awarded a few years ago the “National Prize for Culture and Arts” in the Dance category, which makes her pose as “more Angolan/African than thou”! And, interestingly enough, apparently she is “unconditionally supported” by the powers that be in her relentless shenanigans...

Et voila’: That’s Africa for some of us!…


*[First posted 11/09/10]

5 comments:

umBhalane said...

Gosto da Venus (Lol), de "Zambibar"!

Koluki said...

Tambem eu, especialmente por ser capaz de "me trazer de volta" os amigos!

Lol....

umBhalane said...

Mas que passa por cá, quase todos os dias.

Obrigatório.

Koluki said...

Ai esta'... Passa por ca' quase todos os dias, mas foi preciso ela para tornar obrigatorio fazer um comentario!

:-)))

Veronica Benesi said...

Gosto das mais diversas formas de arte para cada uma das Musas. Mas também a musa ".../o/..." é a minha preferida! ;-))