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The latest “scandal” which has the Russian (and western) liberal up in arms

This video was recorded in St. Isaac’s Cathedral during a concert dedicated to the Russian Army Day on February 23rd, the Saint-Petersburg choir performed a song about the nuclear bombing of the US. The performance received standing ovations.  However, the lyrics of the song in question absolutely infuriated the Russian liberals and their western patrons in spite of the fact that this song was written in 1980s by a singer-songwriter

Paul Joseph Watson predicts a victory of Russia over the USA (<- clickbait, just kiddin!)

Okay, his video is not about Russia vs the USA, it is about the destruction of what I call “sexual differentiation” in the West.  But while I was listening I thought, “yup, he is right” and “at least in Russia men are men and woman are woman” (and, just for any dumb macho retard would you misunderstand what I mean by that, what I mean is that the ideal Russian

Really Small Town by One Eyed Oracle

This music video was sent to me by a friend, and I wanted to share it with you. The Saker Really Small Town by One Eyed Oracle featuring Boris and Kalask on vocals, Matt on drums, and Tom on ochestral and bv. http://www.oneeyedoracle.com aka https://unitedtruce.com Buy the song Really Small Town & Support the artist from CDBABY https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/oneeyedor… Subcribe for news on the upcoming full length album join us on

Souvenirs de Villingen

Jazz music is often famous for featuring amazing improvisations and that is absolutely fair: Jazz did re-vitalize the art of improvisation which almost disappeared with the end of the Baroque period.  Good Jazz, however, is not only, or even primarily, about improvisation, but it is about melody.  For one thing, the melody is often the point of departure for improvisations but, even more importantly, a good, solid and lyrical melody

“Anthem” by Ralph Towner

Ralph Towner is definitely one of the most talented composers and guitarists of our time.  His solo career and his career with the group “Oregon” has produced some of the most beautiful and original music written in our times.  Today I want to share with you one of his compositions for solo acoustic guitar called “Anthem”.  The main reason I love it is because of its immense lyrical beauty, but

Naudo Rodrigues: an amazingly talented musician

Dear friends, Just yesterday I discovered the amazing musician Naudo Rodrigues.  Here is a short bio of his I found online: He began to play guitar at age five. He belongs to a family of musicians, but never went to any school or music conservatory. He’s an autodidact. He learned to play guitar by jamming with other musicians, and he played all musical styles. He worked with various musician groups

Orthodox Christian Singer Honors Hezbollah in Stunning 2013 Concert Performance (+ full “Divine Victory” speech subtitled)

Note by the Saker: at a time when the Empire seems to determine to prolong the war in Syria and is poised to attack Iran (although there are some differences of opinion about this notion amongst US politicians), I thought I would share with you the memory of Lebanon’s “Divine Victory” with these two videos.  May they serve as an example and give courage to us all! Intro from the

Chick Corea’s “Spain” and my love for Jazz

The other evening, I was trying to convey to my daughter the infinite richness of Jazz music.  So here is what I did: I decided to go step by step, using the composition “Spain” by Chick Corea. I began with this superb rendition by Al Jarreau: (and Steve Gadd at the drums if I remember correctly) The next step in my sequence was Chick Corea playing with Bobby McFerrin: (no

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