The border between fact and fiction ever been blurred?
Donald Trump is a silly cliché.
And as expected the seemed his speech to be written by a Batman villain.
Oh, what a week.
Oh, what a week, again.
the border between fact and fiction ever been blurred?
Donald Trump inaugural address as an example. It could have been written by a cartoon character, a two-dimensional creation in full color which expresses itself in the speech bubbles.
the Comparison was strengthened as the century contained a very clear popreferens. Trump cited, namely, the supervillain Bane.
Bane is jättestark. He can, according to safe sources, in this case, DC Comics, lift 15 tons. When he escaped from the prison Pit, he was so badly wounded that he must wear a mask in the rest of life. Through the mask, he gets the pain-relieving gas. The result is, among other things, that the voice resembles that of a person who has forgotten his astmasprej.
Bane’s cronies Trogg, Zombie and Bird are named after 60-talsbanden The Zombies, The Troggs and The Byrds. But he is best known for having cracked the Batman’s back.
In the last part of the Christopher Nolan filmtrilogi if the law enforcement bat, "The dark knight rises" from 2012, played Bane of the Tom Hardy. In a nyckelscen holds the terrorist a flaming speech to scare and incite the masses, where he announces that he has taken the power back from the "… the corrupt! The rich! The oppressors of generations who have kept you down with myths of opportunity, and we give it back to you, the people. Gotham is yours."
And to intimidate and incite the masses on Friday said Trump:
"Today, we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another or from one party to another, but we are transferring power from Washington, D. C., and giving it back to you, the people."
Thank you, I know. The reasoning is lame. Neither the message or the words deserve an Oscar for originality. Politicians and terrorists use similar claptrap all the time.
But the exact word order "… and we will give (power) back to you, the people" raises some thoughts. Can we be sure that Trump is not inspired by Bane? Or, to borrow a typical rhetoric from an SD politician in the World – it feels so?
Donald Trump vibrates with an almost erotic admiration for the hard men. He respects wrestling and politicians who like to put the fittest, right before democracy. Sometimes it seems that The Donald wants to rub it in Vladimir Putin torso with butter.
Trump can certainly have hung up a large idolporträtt of the Bane of his skyscraper in Manhattan. The supervillain managed to after all, invalidate, Bruce Wayne, the ångestridna hero who fights for the poor and vulnerable in the united states.
Larsson’s top three
1. "I see you" (album, The XX)
For the second week in a row, there is really nothing else to talk about than The XX. "I see you" already have a given place in the årsbästalistorna 2017.
2. "Fauda" (tv series, Netflix)
the Intensity of the israeli series is as explosive as the first few seasons of "24". No comparisons in the other, in addition to the voltage also is just as addictive.
3. "False identity" (tv-series, SVTPlay)
The French drama feels like spiongenrens "The wire". The slow pace of the story hypnotic.