Saturday 31st of July 2021

death of the bourgeoisie...

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The bourgeoisie is always condemned to death, it itself spreads the news quite complacently and yet continues to survive without seeming to believe in its death and is always opting for lethal solutions. Maybe the bourgeoisie has a secret sense of its eternity, maybe it only sees death as a pidley worry…


Jacques Perret — Cheveux sur la Soupe (Hair in the Potage) — 1954.



Despite whatever, the West is run by the bourgeoisie. Even the rich pedigreed dynasties have to suck their money out of the bourgeois mongrels while the poor cannot do anything else but to pay rent. This is the strength of the bourgeoisie. It cannot die despite being bled to death by the rich and robbed to death by the poor who cannot pay their dues. Being bourgeois, we are privileged by all the cultural imprints, from musical traditions to the Utrillo landscape on the wall, like a window, reminding us that what we see is the price we paid for a crusty illusion — and another boring Eurovision, where the traditions have been americanised for comprehension.


The modern bourgeois is still Christian and most likely adventurously guided by Hillsong, where expensive shoes and religion are blended by heartfelt rendition of hymns to the glory of whatizname… It’s a powerful delusion, possibly necessary like scratching an itch, to give a moral rectitude, stable like a keel, in a crazy world of nonsense and new gizmos. The bourgeois is a master of accounting and is captain Solomon in regard to the law. Justice has nothing to do with it.


And there is a sense of perfection at the extremities of performances. There will be measurements and expressed percentiles of this ultimate precision. No matter the political bent of the time, past, present and future, the bourgeoisie survives as the essential core of the social fabric with different levels of self-importance within. There will be trickery from the warriors and the thieves, but the bourgeois will provide the moral compass for the continuum. 


If it has to, to protect its goods, the bourgeoisie will align itself with the revolutionaries until a new status quo is achieved, or support the enrichment of the rich in the name of freedom for the trickle down and the capitalistic religious beliefs — and even do both at the same time. The bourgeoisie will drink from all the common kegs and millesimed barrels. It tolerates secularism with precious disdain in order to promote charitable crumbs for the poor, while using pompous secularity as a ceremonial sword to honour the war dead — mostly from the fodder pit, the poor sods — to show the bourgeoisie values its unselfish protectors.


And this is where Scott Morrison comes in. He is the bourgeois par excellence — the man who can wear any hats according to the circumstances to make sure he is loved. Actually no, not loved, but accepted. The bourgeois feel the need to be accepted, and if he is not, he will change tack... He will clown like a prince and drink beers like a mate, but he isn’t your mate. It’s part of the image. I say HE because the she-bourgeois is often a subservient valued appendage, wearing make-up, a bikini and high-heels, looking after the kids. The clowning has as much sincerity as leaves on a dead tree. Beware. You have been primed to enter Scomo’s megachurch at election time, then go back to sleep, work or empty your bladder as the needs take you.


As Denis Atkins says:


Benthamites are regarded as consequentialists who weigh up to fine granular degrees what reactions follow actions – in politics it is to calculate the electoral reaction of doing one thing or another. This is the driving force.

In Morrison’s case, this frames his opportunism – he gauges opportunity and grabs it when it appears.

The other national leader who is labelled a Benthamite utilitarian is Britain’s Boris Johnson, someone also capable of stepping in every cow pat in the paddock but emerging with shiny shoes.

It is wrong to label Morrison a pragmatist. In fact, he uses pragmatism to give his consequentialism a cloak of respectability.

He is many things, as we learn week in, week out. Add this to what’s a mainly grim list: he’s the most cynical politician anyone has seen in the prime minister’s office.


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Scomo had a few too many missteps, but the forgiving media was even more adorably smitten… because the way the bourgeoisie spreads the news of its imminent death is part of its strategy to survive. For you and me, the plebs, let’s just avoid becoming the fodder in the bourgeoisie’s next war.


La bourgeoisie est toujours condamnée à mort, elle en répand elle-même assez complaisamment la nouvelle et continue pourtant a vivoter sans avoir l’air de croire à sa mort et tourjours optant pour les solutions mortelles. Peut-être a-t-elle un sentiment secret de son éternité, peut-être envisage-t-elle la mort comme un soucis cadet.



Gus Leonisky

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World number two Naomi Osaka faces expulsion from the French Open and future Grand Slams if she continues to refuse to speak to the media, organisers said.

Japan's Osaka said last week she will not give any news conferences during Roland Garros because she wants to protect her mental health.


She was fined $15,000 (£10,570) for not doing media after Sunday's first-round win over Romania's Patricia Maria Tig.

The second seed won 6-4 7-6 (7-4).

A joint statement from the four Grand Slam organisers said Osaka also faces "more substantial fines and future Grand Slam suspensions".

Later on Sunday, Osaka tweeted "change makes people uncomfortable".


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What? A tennis star is going to be thrown out of a tournament because she does not want to talk to the media about her life or her racket strings? Yes this is the death of the bourgeoisie, should people choose not to be talking to its vapid inane foghorn we call the "media". It shows how much the media is running the coop. Sports would be amateurish and relegated to the back lane rubbish bins without the trumpet of the media.


Yes! We need inanities from stars and the royals — and from politicians who we know will lie to amuse us with "policies" — to sustain a continuum in our own decrepit miseries. Please Naomi, talk to the journalists and answer yes, no, maybe and what a beautiful weather we're having at the moment... 


leaving the circus...


Naomi Osaka has ended her turbulent brief spell at the French Open with a stunning withdrawal from the Grand Slam, apologizing for her media boycott which divided the tennis world before adding: "I'll see you when I see you."

World number two Osaka had already caused shockwaves by announcing before the tournament that she would not be observing her media duties, carrying out her threat as she progressed to the second round before organizers of all four Grand Slams united to produce a long statement warning that she could be thrown out of the showpiece and future competitions while issuing a $15,000 fine.

The response from bosses caused uproar after they claimed they had tried unsuccessfully to enter a dialog with Osaka, leading to accusations that the 23-year-old had produced an act of attention-seeking symbolism in bad faith and was gaining an unfair advantage on her rivals while damaging the sport.

After another torrid day of rancorous headlines, Osaka has now declared that she is leaving Paris. "This isn’t a situation I ever imagined or intended when I posted a few days ago," the second seed told her millions of social media followers.

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After US President Joe Biden revealed he plans to raise the issue of human rights when he meets his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin next month, Moscow has said it is happy to have the discussion, as long as it goes both ways.

Speaking as part of a press conference on Monday, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov announced that “we are ready to talk, we have no taboo topics. We will discuss whatever we think is necessary. We will be ready to answer the questions that the American side will raise. This also applies to human rights.”

However, he said, one issue likely to be on the table is far closer to home for Biden than others might be. “For example, we are following with interest the persecution of those persons who are accused of the riots on January 6 this year” in Washington. There, Lavrov added, “a lot of really interesting things are happening from the point of view of the rights of the opposition and protecting those rights.”


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