Check your privileged you fucking whores Wow, you all are really oblivious. Two other popular songs with a clear pro-patriarchy message have been released recently that came before this new hit by Aloe Blacc but they were both explicitly Christian songs sung by Christian rock bands. How people are dressed and the overall atmosphere looks like the 1950s or something. Note: insert 201418 into search. Nothing in life lasts forever and all great empires fall eventually. I actually cried watching it as it was plain as day.
The video takes place in the 1960s and 1970s and gives tribute to figures and events significant to African American culture during that era. The very end of the video is a tranquil scene implying the disorder symbolized by political demonstrations and high crime has been solved by men coming together and taking charge. You see the chaos going on around him??? Hitparáda — Singles Digital Top 100 Oficiálna. Things like this are why people think that you all are idiots. Look closely at the cell phone in the beginning.
Would you fuck why dont you feminists tackle actual issues that affect women in Islamic countries e. Although there are many ways one could interpret a song this song and video especially clearly communicates the men in charge scene without a doubt. Men in the past dressed with dignity. I can spot Marvin Gaye at the piano, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, and I believe Barack Obama. The song's official music video followed on March 3, 2014.
Our society treats most male men of color worse than they treat their animals. His dress is very formal and he is lively, confident, and in good spirits. And their rampant misandry and narcissism makes it increasingly unpleasant to have relationships with these women, so men are becoming unwilling to do so. There was so much confidence in the refrain, so much pride; pride in being a man. Also the song does embrace a kind of heroic mission of manhood with an emphasis on service to others and facing challenges head on and asserting oneself against opposition and difficulties. This video is about the civil rights movement and the individuals who were important to black culture at that time. Yet he walks with his head held high, he is not trying to change anything to make it world better.
When the video first came on, a girl with a droid smartphone move to her playlist titled start a revolution. Such a song being produced by a popular artist and becoming a hit is a good sign that a hunger for positive cultural messages contrary to feminism is widespread in the land. The message is subtle but to those like us it is obvious. Archived from on January 30, 2014. Hitparáda — Digital Top 100 Oficiální. Those who are asleep will see the topical part of this video. At the very beginning of the video are various men running around with a cop car pulling up implying the cops chasing after criminals in a black neighborhood or ghetto, this being a portrayal of the unending disorder in black communities due to chronic high crime.
Which in almost every scene he is performing beacuse performers are seen by everyone. It is a song easy to identify with as a fellow man that sort of gently nudges one along on the road to righteousness with encouragement and a little guidance. Symbolic of men taking charge and putting things back in order! Actually, some culture wide positive things are happening such as the labor force participation rate of women being in long term decline since 2000 in the United States. Oddly enough I am not aware of this song being widely condemned as being sexist or anything, it is like people are blind to the obvious patriarchal message of this song and it is interpreted as simply being wholesome or good music or a catchy tune. Instead of concerning yourself with a song that simply promotes a man feeling good to be a man if a song was about the opposite sex and same lyrics, would you be angry? The Radical One, glad I could brighten your day there.
For the rest of the song he becomes famous male black leaders. As a husband and father I refer to this song alot in prayer. In the video he dresses as and pays tribute to Marvin Gaye, war protesters, Louis Armstrong, Stevie Wonder, Muhammad Ali, Soul Train, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr. This is about 30 people all together in these 3 scenes and every single participant in the scenes is a man. For now however this first step of a pro-patriarchy song entering into popular culture and meeting with success is definitely an encouraging development. Also noteworthy, Aloe Blacc as he sings the song in the official Youtube video is dressed up in a suit, in a bow tie, with a cap on. .
Note: insert 201429 into search. I kind of interpreted the same thing as well. Conservative religion is actually growing fast across the board now as well so support for patriarchy is growing. I suspect this song being sung by a black man in a soul or rhythm and blues style of music, a recognizably black style of music, does make the message of pride in being a man easier to swallow. This is how people will interpret the song in social context even though the song itself is completely non-racial and even though the main video for the song is explicitly multi-racial with Aloe Blacc as a black man singing to an approving white audience. They can sing the lyrics over and over and not even know what they are singing. When everything crumbles, patriarchy will return once again.
They seem a cross between anti-war demonstrations and civil rights demonstrations of the 1960s. Why are the feminists so silent on this? The ad shows different highlights and celebrations of possible All-Stars for 2014. It is an anachronistic portrait of what it used to mean to be a black man. This is just what I needed to cheer me up. It starts out with a black neighborhood in disorder and in the end there is peace when the men come together and then disperse around the crowd gathered calmly now. The romantic marketplace is actually improving rather quickly for men like myself I am happy to say. The fact that patriarchy is a common good is foreign to everyone.