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David Bowie and 'Fascism'
« on: 03 February 2016 at 23:30 »
The Thin White Corpse: David Bowie and 'Fascism' 
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... [David] Bowie isn't getting nearly as much press for his extensively documented mid-1970s fascist obsessions ... A string of comments he made in 1975-6 really dribbled the Nazi basketball straight up to the hoop: "Rock stars are fascists. Adolf Hitler was one of the first rock stars ... Think about it. Look at some of his films and see how he moved. I think he was quite as good as Jagger. It's astounding. And boy, when he hit that stage, he worked an audience. Good God! He was no politician. He was a media artist ... The world will never see his like again." ... He told a Swedish journalist "I believe Britain could benefit from a fascist leader." What drew him the most infamy, however, was an alleged Sieg Heil he flashed the adoring crowd that greeted him at London's Victoria Station ...
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Re: David Bowie and 'Fascism'
« Reply #1 on: 04 February 2016 at 06:17 »

 I was desperately worried that you hadn’t read or heard enough platitudinous drivel about David Bowie — and therefore felt compelled to weigh in with my own observations. In all honesty I haven’t heard so much repetitive, imbecilic guff since Mandela shuffled off this mortal coil. It was even worse than the confected sobfest that greeted the passing of the charming and likeable Lou Reed.

 The eulogies for Lou were simply a case of the BBC telling everybody that they are dead hip and edgy, really enjoyed ‘Perfect Day’ and once knew someone, back in uni, who had an album by the Velvet Underground. With Bowie, it was partly the misguided wish to show off that same hipness, but also an attempt to shoehorn poor old Bowie, only hours cold, into their relentless political agenda. And so as soon as the ‘experts’ had told us, over and over again, that Bowie was a ‘chameleon’, they started in on his revolutionary approach to sexual intercourse —which was, in short, an atavistic and unceasing desire to shag anything and everything with a pulse, as often as was humanly possible.

As far as the BBC was concerned, this made Bowie a sort of combination of Harvey Milk and Peter Tatchell rolled into one: a fearless fighter for LGBT rights, pushing back the barriers of conservative morality and heralding, almost single-handedly, a brave new world of equality for gays, transgendered persons, bisexuals, etc.

 Missing entirely were Bowie’s stated political opinions. Arriving back in drab, grey, strike–ridden Britain from America in 1975, he said the country needed a good dose of fascism. Asked to elucidate, he said: ‘I believe very strongly in fascism… Adolf Hitler was one of the first rock stars.’ He also lambasted declining moral standards, adding: ‘You’ve got to have an extreme right-wing front come up and sweep everything off its feet and tidy everything up.’

Weird eh? No remorse covered him . He had fascist tendencies yet was a bi-sexual poof!
He was a talented musician none the less and I do like his movies.

He had a fascination with Abo's and it's been said in the 80's he went to Kakadu and there was a local talent show. He entered it under his given name "David Jones" and came 2nd! he he . So those who went got to see him do a live show.
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Re: David Bowie and 'Fascism'
« Reply #2 on: 08 April 2016 at 11:28 »
Whatever opinion he may have had was totally incidental given his racial perversion.
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