fredag 10 april 2015

Pianisten Valentina Lisitsa svartlistad i Kanada för "fel åsikter" - "Back in the U.S.S.R?"
Den världskända och talangfulla pianisten Valentina Lisitsa är född i Ukraina men har bott i väst under många år. Valentina svartlistades nyligen i Kanada för "fel åsikter" då hon inte gillar fredskrig och nazister med automatvapen. Valentina får som straff därför inte längre spela tillsammans med Torontos Symfoniorkester. - Kolla in en utmärkt video från kanadensiska "Press for Truth" om censuren...

Pianist Valentina Lisitsa Censored By The PC-Thought Police

Publicerades den 8 apr. 2015 Press For Truth
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra has cancelled several shows by pianist Valentina Lisitsa stating that there were "ongoing accusations of deeply offensive language."
As Dan Dicks states in this video "The Western Leftist PC Establishment is making it clear: if your opinion falls outside our parameters of approval, then you are a non-person. Ridiculed, shouted at and forgotten.... Just like the old USSR, you will be judged based on your obedience, then your skill or talent"***

- Yes, Toronto Symphony is going TO PAY ME NOT TO PLAY because I exercised the right to free speech.

- Yes, they will pay my fee but they are going to announce that I will be unable to play and they already found a substitute.

- And they even threatened me against saying anything about the cause of the cancellation. Seriously.

- And I thought things like this only happen in Turkey to Fazil Say?
Toronto Orchestra Bans Ukrainian-Born Soloist From Performing  
En gång i tiden var det Sovjetkommunisterna som var mest rädda för de egna folkens åsikter och gjorde allt för att begränsa deras frihet genom censur och totalitär övervakning.

Idag är västvärlden på god väg att bli en kopia av det gamla Sovjetimperiets frihetsideal.

Frågan är om inte pianisten Valentina Lisitsa snart är "Back in the U.S.S.R?"
Toronto Symphony Orchestra Goes Full Stalin
The Ron Paul Institute 2015-04-06
Ukrainian-born, North Carolina-dwelling pianist Valentina Lisitsa is an impressive talent. Most recently she released albums of Rachmaninov Concertos and works by Liszt on Decca Records. 
She is known for developing a massive following with the savvy use of social media like YouTube. In 2012 she sold out the Royal Albert Hall in an event that was also live-streamed to 100,000 people.

However, it was also on social media that she committed an unpardonable political crime that led the thought police in Canada to cancel an upcoming performance and offer to pay her as if she played if she would just keep her mouth shut about being blacklisted.

Thankfully she refused.

What was Lisitsa's crime? As she explained today on Facebook, the Kiev native was not at all happy that a coup government had taken power in her home country and was bombing its citizens in eastern Ukraine. She was particularly incensed about mendacious and one-sided western coverage of the events in Ukraine, so she responded to many of these media outlets forcefully and persuasively.

For example, when the French version of Elle magazine ran a photo shoot glorifying female neo-Nazi militia members in Ukraine, Lisitsa sent the magazine evidence of their glamorized young girl's abhorrent ideology.

The magazine did issue a written apology, but in her success Lisitsa made many enemies among those powerful individuals who back the US/UK/Canada enterprise in Ukraine. So they took to a Soviet-style whispering campaign to discredit her.

The smear-bund worked among what passes for cultural leaders in Canada. She was axed from performing this week with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra due to what Symphony president Jeff Melanson claimed were "ongoing accusations of deeply offensive language."

As might be expected in such a Soviet-style atmosphere, the pianist was not even afforded the opportunity to face her accusers -- or even to know who they were. “Someone in the orchestra’s top management, likely after the pressure from a small but aggressive lobby claiming to represent the Ukrainian community, has made a decision that I should not be allowed to play,” she writes, referring to her scheduled TSO performances on Wednesday and Thursday. “I don’t even know who my accusers are, I am kept in the dark about it.”

Pointing out that Elle was glorifying Nazis earned her a Toronto Symphony Orchestra blacklist.

Toronto Symphony Orchestra president Jeff Melanson sounds like a perfect little commie commissar when he sniffs:
As one of Canada’s most important cultural institutions our priority must remain on being a stage for the world’s great works of music, and not for opinions that some believe to be deeply offensive.
In other words, a musician must primarily be judged not by her talent, but by her adherence to the party line. Politics first.

As the Soviet Communist Party theoretical magazine Kommunist wrote in 1954, the artist must be above all subject to an ideological test:
The artist who deviates from social realism serves interest alien to the proletariat and to his creative effort.
So we are "back in the USSR" in Canada, eh?


Appeal by Banned Antiwar Ukrainian Pianist: 'Don't Let Toronto Symphony Get Away with It!'

Lisitsa explains her activism on Twitter, appeals for help to force Toronto Symphony to tear down their blacklist. She gives some thoughts on her native country:
  • "- The worst thing that can happen to any country is fratricidal war, people seeing each other, their neighbors as enemies to be eliminated. This is what has befallen my beautiful Ukraine."

Ukrainian pianist Valentina Lisitsa censored & banned from performing over "pro-Russian" tweets

Publicerades den 7 apr. 2015
Ukrainian-born pianist Valentina Lisitsa was paid by Canada’s Toronto Symphony Orchestra NOT to play.
No, it's not about her skills, it's about her political views. She's been extensively twitting on Ukraine from afar and her thoughts don't really fall in line with western narrative. On Facebook the soloist appealed to thousands of her fans saying that her scheduled concert in Toronto was cancelled.

Lisitsa says that an aggressive lobbyist group claiming to represent the Ukrainian community pressured the orchestra into banning her performance. Her tweets were used as 'proof' that she was inciting hatred and the orchestra bought it.
":friends, I need your help! Pls make a stand with me for the freedom of speech!
I am truly humbled by worldwide support. SWEDEN: Doctors for Human Rights
Pianisten Valentina Lisitsa svartlistad i Kanada för "fel antikrigs-åsikter" - "Back in the U.S.S.R?"
'Journalism is printing what someone else does NOT want printed: - Everything else is public relations.'

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