Promise of Swan Lake
part 2 of "Yes the Russians Did Hack"
This video is
also a part of a special-focus exploration series
The cultural celebration on the world stage of the sublime human spirit prior to the 2016 U.S. Election, started in Syria with the liberation of Palmyra and continued in China at the 2016-G20 summit. It was followed up in May 2017 in Beijing at the "Belt and Road" forum, which President Trump did not attend.
Part 2 of the epic series "Yes, (Virginia) The Russians did Hack"
A part of the 2016-G20's gala performance was a medley from the "Swan Lake" ballet by Peter Tchaikovsky.
It appears that the selection of the Swan Lake Ballet, to be performed at a world-significant political event, was all by itself extremely remarkable. It was remarkable, because the Swan Lake story, as a classical tragedy appears to be more relevant to the modern world, that the time in which is was written.
The classical tragedy is an art form that
highlights deeply rooted failures in the axioms of society that lead to tragedy.
It is the purpose of this art form to inspire society to discover in itself how
the tragedy could have been avoided in the story, and thereby how it might be
avoided in the real world. It might have shaped the cultural background of the
period prior to the U.S. election without anyone being directly aware of it.
Great cultural events can have this type of far-reaching effects, The gala event
video had over 90,000 viewings, and more so the highlight excerpts. The closing
music for this video is from the 2016-G20 gala event.
Part 1 - Freedom to Love - World-Shaping Effects (30 min)
Transcripts: Indexed (IDX). on a single page (in 1),
and text only (text)
Transcripts: Indexed (IDX). on a single page (in 1), and text only (text)
Direct links to the 8 individual videos
Audio-book supplemental to the video
"Pray for Palmyra. Music Revives Ancient Ruins"
The Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra,
conducted by the theater's Artistic
Interviews with Ray
McGovern, of Intelligence Veteran for Sanity
Syria: Onsite experience by Virginia State Senator Richard Black
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