dali48 and writing books and photographing parks etc...
04.04.2008 - Interpretation of dali48
And it was particularly difficult to oppose multiple intellectual temptations in those areas of Europe where degenerate ideas of dominion over men, akin to the ideas of dominion over Nature, led to paroxysms of revolution and war at the expense of millions of human beings destroyed physically or spiritually... -
Moliere becomes a contemporary of Napoleon, Voltaire, a contemporary of Lenin... - We are surrounded today by fictions about the past - contrary to common sense and to an elementary perception of good and evil. As "The Los Angeles Times" recently stated, the number of books in various languages which deny that the Holocaust ever took place (see eg "The 6 Million Swindle" by A.J. App, Philadelphia etc. - d.48)...
If such an insanity is possible, is a complete loss of memory as a permanent state of mind impossible? - And would it not present a danger more grave than genetic engineering or poisoning of the natural environment? - He feels anxiety, for he senses in this a foreboding of a not distant future when history will be reduced to what appears on TV, while the truth - as it is too complicated, will be buried in the archives, if not totally annihilated... - Their borders, their right to self-determination, their passports ceased to exist - And it should be a wonder that today people speak in a whisper, with the finger to their lips, about how that principle was applied by the dictators 40 years ago - Crimes against human rights, never confessed and never publicly denounced, are a poison - which destroys the possibility of friendship between nations... - The absence of the 3 Baltic states from the United Nations is a permanent reminder of the 2 dictators' legacy... - "To see" means not only to have before one's eyes. It may mean also to preserve in memory... - Thus both the Earth seen from above in an eternal now and the Earth that endures in a recovered time - may serve as material for poetry... - I believe my poetry remained sane and, in a dark age, expressed a longing for the Kingdom of Peace and Justice... (C. Milosz, Nobel L. 1980)
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