Berlin 1936 Reloaded: Beach House - Space Song
Someone mentioned in the comment section of my previous video my Berlin 1936: Beach House - Space Song video, which I published in August 2019 fails to load.
This is not the first time I've been informed this particular video has failed to load despite having sent multiple notifications to Bitchute Support informing them of the issue - to no avail.
In response to receiving no satisfactory resolution from Bitchute Support on this latest occasion I've decided to reupload this video as there is nothing worse than having a video/song you desire to watch/hear and are prevented from doing so by some fucking easily rectifiable technical glitch.
When I published this video I made no description about it in the dialogue box despite it being imbued with subtle/nuanced symbolism as it formed part of my prelude videos to my anticipated forthcoming Black Winged Angel series at the time.
When I was at G+ my most favourite style of post was my 'Ring Ring' post which mimicked the conversation of a phone call I had made to whomever expressing my dissatisfaction about something in which I always abruptly ended the conversation by slamming the phone down.
A good many of these published phone conversations between 2016 and 2017 had to do with the Australian Ballet Company who I had serious issues with at the time regarding the quality of their ballet productions, which were utterly atrocious lacking anything remotely resembling elegance and grace.
Elegance and Grace are a perception you either possess or you don't.
Subsequently, it is an utterly futile endeavour for someone who possesses an acute sense of elegance and grace to explain the lack of elegance and grace to someone who doesn't possess an acute sense of elegance and grace.
What I never mentioned at G+ is ballet companies are heavily subsidised enterprises by both government as well as private patronage.
Even the most inelegant and graceless piece-of-shit can comprehend sponsorship being terminated on the say so of a woman like me.
The moral of the story being it is not for me to demonstrate the level of elegance and grace I expect to observe in a ballet production because there are plenty of outstanding examples throughout the world within the discipline itself.
I'm just the person with the face, bust, hips and legs who will ruin your entire fucking existence if you anyway cause me any grief.
Similarly, it's not for me to explain or describe what a man should be; it's only for me to be of the persuasion the best way for a society to cultivate and protect the best of its men is by eliminating the worst of its men and women.
This brings me to this video:
If you notice the German women in the video are wearing frocks with the hemline cut above the knee whilst braless and smoking.
The white exercise uniforms the women are wearing which were issued and authorised by the Third Reich have a crotch high hemline.
The repeating lyric of the song is a demoralising "Fall back into place" - as opposed to excelling at life - whilst depicting imagery of an advanced civilisation obliterated by ignorant white men doing the bidding of the Jews.
In the world of tomorrow the quickest and surest way for a white male to get himself eliminated will be by expressing a limiting and restrictive perception with respect to the aspirations of white women.
Especially since no such perception or attitude exists by white women of white men.
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