Monday, June 15, 2020

Sanctimony. Posturing. Speciousness.

A great crime caught on videotape and spread worldwide tends to focus the mind. In the present, it also has galvanized hypocrites.

And why not? Such a great cast of characters in this body!

There is in music history an unfortunate, decent historical analogy, rooted in fiction. Inspired by a song by crossover artist Bobby Gentry, written by Tom T. Hall, and converted into a movie, one song attempted to portray the hypocrisy of small town culture of the late 1960s. As Neuer's criticism indicates, the United Nations could use a little widow Johnson/Jeannie C. Riley (later an evangelical Christian) these days:

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