However much the director whines that he’s only got 2 1/2 hours to present his hip hop distortions of American history and however much he manages to make his errors rhyme and dance match the music’s time, I don’t appreciate how off he was in presenting history in its proper context or rather his almost complete failure to do so.
I do agree that if you don’t know a thing about US history to the point where you think BLM has some point other than the mass destruction of America in favor of some Marxist make over while simply putting one ‘race’ over top of the human race in place of some make believe white supremacy that certainly hasn’t existed in my life and then like hip hop, bad rhymes and slamming folks you don’t like, you might like Hamilton. Otherwise, I think it’s a pop culture thing that is having its part of 15 minutes in the sun and will fadeaway as hopefully quickly as this reverse racism craze does.
I think Martin Luther King, Jr., and Frederick Douglass would both be rolling over in their graves in all the pandering society is doing to hoodlums. Even on NPR last night on my way home from photographing, there was a radio presentation in which some white far Leftist was showing off her bonafides of white guilt by making the case that some gangsta who didn’t get all the candy he felt entitled to in grade school was more than justified in stealing the teacher’s monetary script cause you know fair is fair and if he wasn’t getting his desires met, well he was justified in leveling the playing field through theft. I defy anyone to walk me through how that meets the Judeo-Christian ethic in any way. All Life Is A Sacred; All Life Matters. There is but one human race and we are all the children of God.
Theatrical Dawg Bones Thrown by Michael Doyle You want to create a new norm On falsehoods where little truth is borne You say it's a theatrical revolution Transforming society in its Marxist evolution Catching lightning in a bottle of lies Wearing our history in blackfaced disguise I, myself, I am diametrically opposed Too all of this falsity pre-supposed As people seek to turn heritage into rap Never realizing it was creating a trap And that its repercussions would rock the streets Bringing misconceived notions to their feet Racists in reverse no matter how well rehearsed Are naught but evangelists of Marxism immersed As they bring ruin to America's good name Clapping in joy at what should being shame What a travesty to want to project falsity And that it might be seen as reflective of history Turning fundamentals of justice on their flip side Just to put the spotlight on a bit of racist pride That all lives matter is America's great story To say only black lives matter is not glory I offer no thank you to your miscreant contribution And will fight heart and soul against your revolution This musical is the height of elevating mediocrity So much less of a history than outright mockery Speaking in terms of catching lightning in a bottle Is so stupendous as to make me want to throttle Those who are compelled beyond cancel culture's cull Instead of holding true to the principles we must recall It's a narrative based on a fallacious image of immigration Horribly told of a time when all were immigrants to this nation When will there come a time when truth is set loose to shine That our path of equality is complex in this land of mine But from the very beginning our Founders believed in its truth I will debate 1619 or anyone on this, I've studied since my youth (c) August 8, 2020 Michael Doyle All Rights Reserved