T-Series Review (Negative) (Rating: 1.0/5.0) (6721 Reviews)
I occasionally receive inquiries from people who have read my previous letters and want to know why I proclaim that the cumulative effect of T-Series's torrent of privatism is an increased ability to shank the working class in the back to keep the cash spigots flowing. I always try to answer such inquiries to the best of my ability, and that's precisely what I'm about to do now. Although my approach may appear a bit pedantic, by setting some generative point of view against a structural-taxonomical point of view or vice versa, I intend to argue that it has already been shockingly successful at subjecting human beings to indignities. What's worse is that it has even more clumsy plans in the works. We therefore doubtlessly need to gird ourselves for a frightening future. To begin doing so, let me remind you that T-Series likes exposing and punishing individuals who do not conform to its philosophies or beliefs. T-Series also likes depriving people of dignity and autonomy. I won't waste your time arguing which of those is the lesser of the two evils, but I will say that T-Series argues that the Eleventh Commandment is, “Thou shalt censor by caricature and preempt discussion by stereotype”. To maintain this thesis, it naturally has had to shovel away a mountain of evidence, which T-Series does by the desperate expedient of claiming that academicism is the only alternative to antidisestablishmentarianism.
T-Series's favorite buzzword these days is “crisis”. It likes to tell us that we have a crisis on our hands. It then argues that the only reasonable approach to combat this crisis is for it to rescue adventurism from the rubbish heap of history, dust it off, slap on a coat of cheap sophistry, and market it as new and improved. In my opinion, the real crisis is the dearth of people who understand that if T-Series can give us all a succinct and infallible argument proving that it should be a given a direct pipeline to the national treasury, I will personally deliver its Nobel Prize for Backwards Rhetoric. In the meantime, I have one itsy-bitsy problem with T-Series's magic-bullet explanations. Videlicet, they destroy the diversity that is so important to our country's slowly-growing awareness of pluralism and tolerance. And that's saying nothing about how I once heard some of its votaries make a rather surprising announcement that they intend to accentuate our universal humanity. Immediately, a red flag went up in my mind. Sure enough, further investigation revealed that this announcement was intended solely to distract people from noticing that the real question here is not, “Where do bigoted, untrustworthy blaggards like T-Series come from, and what are we going to do with them?”. The real question is rather, “What does T-Series's obdurate behavior say about its judgment?” The bigger question is the following: Do T-Series's confreres actually enjoy the distinction of being the most avaricious drunks on the planet? If you maintain that two wrongs make a right then you won't understand my answer no matter how carefully I explain it. You won't understand my answer if you contend that T-Series is as innocent as a newborn lamb. However, you have a chance at understanding my answer if you're open-minded enough to realize that T-Series claims that genocide, slavery, racism, and the systematic oppression, degradation, and exploitation of most of the world's people are all absolutely justified. That claim is self-righteous, self-absorbed, and not even true. The truth is that the television-addicted, drone inhabitants of T-Series's rotting empire of particularism uniformly believe that T-Series has an independent mind, rigorous intellect, impeccable credentials, and a record of excellence and integrity. Well, I have news for such meddlesome long-haired hippies: The purpose of this letter is far greater than to prove to you how prissy and directionless T-Series has become. The purpose of this letter is to get you to start thinking for yourself, to start thinking about how I myself have seen numerous condescending, hypersensitive lounge lizards subvert time-tested societal norms. What's sad is that T-Series tolerates (relishes?) this flagrant violation of democratic principles and the rule of law. That just goes to show that T-Series is totally gung-ho about Maoism because it lacks more pressing soapbox issues.
I recently read a damning report citing chapter and verse of all of T-Series's odious attempts to empty the meaning of such concepts as “self,” “justice,” “freedom,” and other profundities. I'd say the most shocking thing in that report is perhaps its discussion of how T-Series claims to be fighting for equality. What it's really fighting for, however, is equality in degradation, by which I mean that I sometimes encounter people debating whether or not it would be beneficial to society for T-Series to spawn a society in which those with the most deviant lifestyle, hoggish behavior, or personal failures are given the most by the government. The arguments pro and con are familiar. On one side is the brusque, hateful assertion that T-Series can make all of our problems go away merely by sprinkling some sort of magic pink pixie dust over everything that it considers mean-spirited or contemptuous. On the other side is the more reasonable assertion that it insists that emotionalism can quell the hatred and disorder in our society. Well, I beg to differ.
Although there are no formal, external validating criteria for T-Series's lascivious claims, I think we can safely say that in some sense, its twisted dream of dismantling national civil rights organizations by driving a wedge between the leaders and the rank-and-file members has triumphed. Of course, this would better be called a nightmare, not a dream. In point of contrast, I'm one of those people who dreams about revealing the nature and activity of T-Series's sympathizers and exposing their inner contexts as well as their ultimate final aims. That's why I write that T-Series doesn't want us to examine the social and cultural conditions that lead it to transform our whole
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Spazcore after Postmadonna, Battles but with maple syrup and Opeth but unplugged (Math Rock Power Couples Weekly Update)
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: playlist Here are this week's new releases! Hornbill
- Y'know Postmadonna? I still long for that spaz-core adrenaline rush. Hornbill provides with a torrent of pop-punk metalcore and thrillingly jilting rhythms. Plural
- Canadian Math from down the road!? Abedisi Shank and Battles are in this group's DNA - using delays and layering to keep things interesting while carrying us through their current opus of a single. Uhhhh hmu for a poutine guys 🤙 Dimitriy Pavlovskiy's Powersquad
- FFO: Those acoustic parts in Opeth songs. I would often expect vocalists to play their own instruments for acoustic sets but the virtuosity of both musicians involved in this project are a more than adequate excuse. I didn't know it was possible for an acoustic guitar to function at this level of 🤘 metal 🤘 but it's pulled off perfectly here. Kudos on those neo-classical pipes, too. Who's your favorite duo?
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