Friday quote

I don’t know… I just don’t know…

…but I like this quote:

I think it’s an insult’

– Gene Wilder about remake titled Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), 2013 in an interview done by Robert Osborne  

Straight to the point. Uttered by a genuine man, genuine actor, who thought a lot about his profession, felt responsible for what he’s doing, for his deliverance. Who didn’t come to studio to do an awful job, an awful another film, disgusting and obscene just to earn money for something most ppl won’t care about after watching and some of them will regret that they came down to watch it.

I think I know what Gene means, the remake mocks everyhting what’s in the original adaptation, all in all as I understand co-written by the author of the book together with David Seltzer, hardly ever the writer of the book writes the screenplay too, right? Even if the writer ended up (true or not) not liking the changes by D.S. I understand that large part of the screenplay is by Roald Dahl. Those are my thoughts, check out for yourself: link

Wednesday word

oops… sorry…. my bad.. yesterday joined the past so quickly I haven’t managed to do the column post on time…

notion for yesterday –

conspiracy theory

We are now called conspiracy theory enthusiasts… one has to have eyes wide closed to be blind to what’s going on…

Anyhow, it is said that all the conspiracy theory history started from one publication about Jews aspiration to rule the world. What’s here to call a conspiracy theory I don’t know. What’s wrong about having aspirations? We all should be ambitious, set goals and reach for them. It is difficult if we have to stay home and all, but who knows since I was wearing my bare face all my life and I’m single maybe one day some man will fall in love with me because I looked so damn attractive in a burqa I usually wear now…

Friday quote

is it a sunny day for you?

it is a sunny day here where I’m writing this, the sky is clear blue and I’m about to eat my breakfast…

‘Lord, protect me from my friends, I can protect myself from my enemies’

– atributed to Armand-Jean du Plessis de Richelieu (1585 -1642)

original: ‘Cave me, Domine, ab amico, ab inimico vero me ipse cavebo’

In the world where those whose work is to serve and protect turn against us…

And this is the job paid from our taxes…

In the world where people turn against each other over a piece of cloth on face…

In the world where protesters in Belarus are given support from other countries, but protesters in Berlin and London are labeled conspiracy theorits…

all I can recommend is yoga, meditation, celebrating little things, finding peace in watching how grass grow under a car not moved for longer time…

Bitter life

what they are doing with this world I don’t know…

we need to work, earn money, have those bits and pieces of normality

what they are doing with Belarus resembles… fate of Poland

todays’s authority in Poland consist of former opposition (the one before ’89) and its descendants

they have their own major celebrations like the day when Solidarnosc was established or…

protests in Dec’70 caused by… rise of prices

I don’t know what are the reasons of protesters in Belarus, what’s wrong with lives of those people, they pretty much look healthy and wealthy to me, for sure they don’t look like they were lacking anything…

anyhow, so those protests in Dec’70 caused by increase in price of jam and sugar among others riched the highest point on a day calledin history: Black Thursday when circa 5 thousand protesters confronted police and military, and there were 16 casualties…

I don’t know, maybe my imagination don’t work well, but if there are rioters who e.g. set on fire a buiding, don’t comply with authority… eventually they fight with police… for 5000 people if there were 16 causualties – I don’t think it’s a lot, but uhm… yeah fighting for jam…

not that I belittle the cause… or sacrifice… it’s just the comparison… so 50 years ago people were able to such acts, and now those who got the power sort of through those protests and who celebrate those anniverssaries make decisions which make the prices go sky high… the changes are far more drastic… yet no large numbers of protesters, and what is more whenever there is a single person who express their opinion, their disillusionment about authority they bring on themselves serious problems with courts…

among those casualties there was legendary Janek Wiśniewski (actually Zbigniew Godlewski) who was just 18, I wonder – as a student was he doing a lot of shopping? or was he so empathetic about factory workers who felt their working conditions were mere exploitaition? (unlike today sic!) what he knew about life being 18 years old… when I was 18 I was thinking about creating stuff not destroying… but that’s just me, I wonder how come students get involved in such protests at all, come on, someone gave them chance to study, they most likely have grants, enough to say – we all know how studying looks like…

from my perspective, knowing the history and seeing the history (today’s reality)… maybe I’ll just use few facts:

-police is allowed to use force when people don’t comply

-prices are getting higher and higher

-old opposition=new oppressor

new law is going to be introduced in Poland starting 01.01.2021 – already notorious as “sugar tax” not only the authorities will claim money (in the name of HEALTH) for ingredients like sugar, caffeine used in e.g bevarages but also if there will be too much sugar (as if… come on) the tax will be even bigger, whaat?!

I guess… that’s when the era of bitter-sweet life ends, so now we will have just… bitter life and smuggle sweet beverages from abroad perhaps… or is it something EU impose… (don’t confuse with dictate, or is it democratic dictate? and if it’s democratic dictate then it’s all great?) the articles in Poland say the world knows such tax…

well… yup I bet the jam was way tastier in the seventies…

brain needs carbohydrates to function…

but that’s not brain which is in demand, is it? or is it slim figure, botox and the Mendeleev’s Table on face?

one person who showed his opinion about authority link