The cape and the matador

Coldplay has a new song out. It is a pro-immigration song.

I like the song. Reminds me of old Coldplay. Clip is also pretty.

Of course Chris Martin has completely lost whatever shred of dignity he probably never had; can you sing ‘Sell-Out Traitor Lowlife’ with me? Chris Martin is British so he is aware of the shitstorm that is England. But no doubt Chris lives in America in a big mansion with a beautiful wall around it and the money he makes with pro-immigration music allows him to upgrade his wall should the need ever mysteriously arise. In short: his vapid signalling towards his 90% female fanbase goes unpunished, actually rewards him.

Which does not excuse the scumminess of it all. We all know why the above song is so appealing to females: every single girl dreams of her own rapefugee. The better dressed-up the fantasy, the easier she can indulge in it. Chris Martin obliges by dressing up the fantasy in a family-friendly fable of young men escaping evil worms.

Nietzsche talked about the need to respect your enemies. I respect this song because it is  the only Coldplay song post-A Rush of Blood to the Head that is worth listening to more than once. However, Jim talks about distinguishing between the matador and the cape. Coldplay is the cape, not the matador. Coldplay has clearly been steered by the matador into promoting immigration, or more specifically, would never have been as popular had Chris Martin not signalled his willingness to be steered by the matador.

We see the artist cape reflected in its rightist opposite, e.g. Pewdiepie red-pilling millions of viewers on the wage gap myth.

Seems to me Pewdiepie is signalling his willingness to be steered by rightist matadors. Unfortunately very few such matadors in power. Perhaps president Trump can RTWT a Pewdiepie video?

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