Saturday, September 8, 2012

Pussy Riot orgy video

Well. I finally watched the video of Pussy Riot's earlier work of art. They had sex---an "orgy"---in a science museum. The girls actually thought this was an attack on Putin. The elections in Russia were "pornographic". I don't know what they meant by that. Were they denying that Russia United won?

Orgies aren't nearly as interesting as you would think. Or maybe they weren't doing it right. It was rather lackluster. That might have been unavoidable since they were having sex on the floor of a public building.

People were demanding that one Pussy Riot member be released because she has a couple of young children, but her image as an innocent young mother couldn't have been helped by her role in the orgy. She's easy to spot in the video. She was nine months pregnant. Plucer-Sarno, the Israeli-Russian "artist" who claimed authorship of this work of art, didn't participate except by holding a sign. The video got lots of views on the internet, of course, which Sarno claims is proof that they have massive public support.

Also watched video of their other art project---overturning police cars in St. Petersburg. They did this on videotape, posted it on the internet, then claimed they were being persecuted because warrants were put out for their arrest. It was an attack on "free expression" in Russia. Plucer-Sarno complained that "other artists" didn't support them because they view them as competition, which gives you some idea how delusional these people are.They said they overturned seven police cars. I don't know how many emergency calls police couldn't respond to as a result.

Plucer-Sarno lives in Israel. He says he's an anarchist. Where are his protests against the Israeli government? He's like every other Jewish "anarchist" I've met----he's against government in any form except the Israeli government.

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