What Is War Like For Our Leaders?

Apr 07, 2019

France is a great country and was central in the Age of Enlightenment. Voltaire was one of their most lucid conscience and considered war as if you were spring cleaning. Only the fittest of the fittest shall survive. At the end of the show, people felt it was a test but they wished they never were tattooed.

Voltaire was imprisoned several times and also spent time in London. But it’s true that our leaders need to spot the talent somewhere.

I guess the spirit of 1789 has made a lot of victim and even France had to give up their high ideals in order to deal with realpolitik. I’m not trying to say France is above all other countries even though one can’t deny French people have a good education.

But when you got a job to do, you got to do it well: they gave us hell. And the only way to survive is to have legends and special powers like a good culture or a traveler of both time and space.

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What It’s Like To Be Back From Hell?

It’s true in paradise you feel the sunshine and you’re always at the right distance allowing life to thrive. But hell is much more interesting: lynching and private investigations about the morality of the story is a daily fight.

WW2 was about a moral bankruptcy. People couldn’t find a lesson with what they went through. So they decided to do something crazy and absolutely wrong. The lesson to remember is that most people are lazy and they are lost in translation like Scarlett Johansson and Bill Murray.

Most people can’t remember a time when they felt like they had a sweet spot between work and life. My job is musician and I have to find the right words and the right climate.

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A Little Bit Of Jazz And Rock.

Sometimes it’s hard to find the words and that’s why when I compose music I always start with the climate. Even teenagers sometimes have a hard time expressing themselves and that’s why a climate is a good option.

I’ve been to hell and back. We know paradise is the right distance. Maybe hell then is being too intimate with someone. It seems I caught AIDS at age 17 without any sexual relationship. After 2 public shaming by teachers in the span of 3 years, they gave me a chemotherapy.

It’s true only the fittest of the fittest shall survive. We need legends like Bob Marley and Dire Straits by our side. Am I too intimate with those artists? What do I know about them?

It happened so naturally and I didn’t know it was love. As I look back on friendship, it’s true it felt like bromance.

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War Is Not A Show But A Test.

Watch out now: here comes the test we’ve all been waiting for. A leader changes the laws so he can be relaxed. Maybe if we want to go to space we could get some inspiration. The first law would allow us to get out of the Milky Way easily because it’s a fundamental thing for the future.

I know some people who managed to do it and we could ask them how they did it. Maybe their grand parents who experienced nazism and WW2 were far away. Nazis were traumatised by science to the point of talking about social darwinism. They forgot that art explains what science can’t confirm. And we know nobody could write a poem after Auschwitz.

That’s why I’m going to say it again: forget the words and focus on the climate! We’ve got some class and we’ve some style!

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Let’s The Change The Laws And Relax!

Now my proposition is a wonderful one: forget about the 20th-century bitch, let’s be children of the sun and maybe some other wonderful stars. At first, I was a child of jazz and rock. And then I decided to listen to funk, soul, blues and electronic music.

The shadow of my childhood smile is taking so much space right now. The Civil War in Lebanon is now easily explained: it was some kind of test. And we all started listening to Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson. And we are right because they know the music.

Race is no more a deciding factor today because we are under the same sun (except maybe in a dirty old part of the city that people living in the Parisian region know too well). And remember my definition of hell might be lynching or David Lynch.

We gotta get out of this place because there are super Earths. It’s true without the Earth and the Sun we might not know about it…

Nicolas Sursock

Nicolas is a musician. His work now focuses on digesting 10000 songs of jazz, blues, soul, rock, funk and electronic. He plays the guitar if he's not blogging!