ESEJ AD HOC
Summary: Political theatre, by its very prefix, implies a serious spiritual and social engagement concerning all people. Therefore, it must dictate to itself fairness towards the different/ly/thinking as a high-civilizational acquisition. In such a context, even in situations of the "divorce", art is not, nor may behave as a spoiled child, an "enfant terrible" of Culture, latter being, even if invisible, always an outcome of different and often conflicting forces. Hence comes all reasonableness of the question, both realistic, and artistic: who is to blame
for «OUR VIOLENCE & YOUR VIOLENCE»?!
- that, as being such, they reveal a hidden hypocrisy of the plays of the above established guilt;
- as to which all could, perhaps, possibly be Ok-ed, if only has Oliver, from the Cross, with the task of harassing a Muslim woman, lowered Hegel and/or Marx, instead of Jesus Christ a.s.!
- and had not he, by abruptly taking off her head-covering, namely hijaab, stuffed into her head his own idea of a nuddy freedom!
But, alas, both yes and is not so (only in a reverse order)! If it were not, reason is that two "virtuous absolutes", Hegel & Marx, inspired philosophers, and consequently politicians..., artists and their (according to some already deceased) art: to understand religion only from papers! From handbooks, press, political and propagandistic philosophical trash! Sending into exile of their conscience and arts those who think, believe, and perform - differently.