Ideologii miscatoare

Tuesday July 24th 2007, 3:02 am
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Foto: Ian Saville tinind fotografia vorbitoare a lui Karl Marx.

IAN: Hello, Karl Marx.
MARX: Hello.
IAN: How are you?
MARX: Not too bad.
IAN: Are you enjoying the show?
MARX: Iím enjoying it immensely.
IAN: Actually, Karl, I was just wondering …
MARX: Yes?
IAN: If in your day …
MARX: In my day, yes?
IAN: . ..whether you ever had anything like this.
MARX: In what way?
IAN: Well, I wondered if you ever had this sort of socialist cultureósocialist songs, music, humor, or even socialist conjuring tricks?
MARX: We had socialist culture, of course.
IAN: You did?
MARX: Oh yes. We had socialist songs, music, humor. All that sort of thing. But we didnít have socialist conjuring tricks.
IAN: You didnít?
MARX: No, although itís a little-known fact that originally I wanted my theories done as conjuring tricks.
IAN: Did you really?
MARX: Oh, yes.
IAN: What was it that stopped you from doing your theories as conjuring tricks, then?
MARX: Engels.

(fragment from “I Can See Your Ideology Moving” by Sally OíReilly & Ian Saville, published in Cabinet magazine, no. 26)


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