Music Break: Moby – In This Cold Place

June 21, 2017

This is interesting.

Alternet::

Electronic artist Moby’s new animated music video sends a clear message about his feelings on capitalism, greed, and President Donald Trump — and the latter’s supporters aren’t having it.

Once Trump supporters caught wind of Moby & The Void Pacific Choir’s “In This Cold Place” video, they began drawing their own conclusion about the artist’s activist message.

“Moby cartoon video corrupting children into hatred and accepting violence against President Trump” reads the headline of a post at the American Thinker blog decrying the “Trump derangement syndrome” apparent in the satirical cartoon.

“The artistic quality and budget of this video overshadow anything Hamas could produce.  But as I see it, Moby and Cutts are breeding fanatics, just as the Palestinians do,” American Thinker’s Thomas Lifson wrote.

Breitbart focused on the dollar-turned-swastika symbolism in the video, as did the conservative Washington Times, who noted that Trump “transforms into a robotic, missile-firing swastika” during the three-minute animated video.

Once Trump supporters caught wind of Moby & The Void Pacific Choir’s “In This Cold Place” video, they began drawing their own conclusion about the artist’s activist message.

“Moby cartoon video corrupting children into hatred and accepting violence against President Trump” reads the headline of a post at the American Thinker blog decrying the “Trump derangement syndrome” apparent in the satirical cartoon.

“The artistic quality and budget of this video overshadow anything Hamas could produce.  But as I see it, Moby and Cutts are breeding fanatics, just as the Palestinians do,” American Thinker’s Thomas Lifson wrote.

Breitbart focused on the dollar-turned-swastika symbolism in the video, as did the conservative Washington Times, who noted that Trump “transforms into a robotic, missile-firing swastika” during the three-minute animated video.

 

 

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2 Responses to “Music Break: Moby – In This Cold Place”

  1. dafish65 Says:

    I was just thinking, “Where is Midnight Oil” when we need them most! Here’s hoping that Moby will be the voice to ignite activism and set a trend toward deeper meaning re: politics, human rights, hopelessness/hopefulness in music today.


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