Princes who are Free
part 8 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 8 of the epic series "Yes, (Virginia) The Russians did Hack"
Any U.S President or leader who does not speak for the Constitution, speaks without authority. All those who do, are free.
Those who do not speak for the Constitution speak from the position of the 'Mouse King,' from Tchaikovsky's ballet "The Nutcracker."
But what about society? In the ballet society is being represented by the child, Clara. In the ballet the Mouse King is defeated when Clara throws her slipper at him. The mouse king, who is thereby distracted, is overcome by Clara's Prince, a nutcracker toy who thereby is no longer just a toy, but unfolds as a prince indeed. By now being free of the mouse king trap, the ballet unfolds wonderfully magical.
The opposite happens in Tchaikovsky's ballet "Swan Lake." There, the would-be prince (in this case representing society), who in his heart aims for civilization, plays nevertheless the role of the mouse king to the very end, where he bows deep to the sorcerer of evil and then dies by his inability to assume his real role. In this particular rendering of the ballet, evil remains standing. civilization remains out of reach, and society perishes.
The Swan Lake ballet was composed by Tchaikovsky 17 years before The Nutcracker ballet. It seems it took him that long to discover what it means to be the Prince who is Free. Let's hope that society today is on that path, that of making this vital discovery, especially with the Ice Ace Challenge standing now near in the background.
Part 1 - Freedom to Love - World-Shaping Effects (30 min)
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Audio-book supplemental to the video
"Pray for Palmyra. Music Revives Ancient Ruins"
The Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra,
conducted by the theater's Artistic
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Syria: Onsite experience by Virginia State Senator Richard Black
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