Saturday, 5 December 2015

Alvis Hermanis has cancelled a show planned for April 2016 at Hamburg's Thalia Theater – because the theatre engages in activism for refugees. The German Willkommenskultur [Welcome Culture - tn: one of the multicult buzzwords among the German elite] is extremely dangerous for all of Europe, said the director in justification of his action. 
The Latvian director Alvis Hermanis has cancelled his show "Russia.Endgames" based on Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy and Gorki, which was scheduled to play in April 2016 at the Thalia theatre in Hamburg. According to the theatre, he justified the step by citing the theatre's humanitarian activism in favour of refugees. He did not want to be associated with that. 
The German enthusiasm for opening the borders to refugees is extremely dangerous for all of Europe because there are terrorists among them, said Hermanis. The Paris attacks showed that we are in the middle of a war. In every way you have to pick a side, he and the Thalia Theatre are on opposing sides. The time of political correctness is over.

Nice to see a luvvie not afflicted by political correctness. Of course he would have to be east European.


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