One step behind…

African Union Visionary Song Contest

April 22nd, 2011 by admin

Though Gaddafi’s dream of a united African Union seems to remain just that. Despite these grim outlooks, there is still hope for a bright prosperous future for this war-thorn continent.

Lets draw some European historical parallels, lets go back in time.

In the 1950s, as a war-torn Europe rebuilt itself, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU)—based in Switzerland—set up an ad-hoc committee to search for ways of bringing together the countries of the EBU around a “light entertainment programme.” [1]

Catch my drift?

Come along, lets take a look at this bright possible future, together. Starting with the past.

Exibit A

Stella Mwangi (Norway, 2011) – Haba haba

Exibit B

ABBA (Sweden, 1974) – Waterloo

Exibit C

The bottom line is, well, people need to “fight”, argue or bicker. The Norwegian philosopher Lars Fr. H. Svendsen have even claimed that most wars are (basically) caused/started because people are bored. – ref. Kjedsomhetens filosofi [2]

Now, come òn people of the world (^_^)/`

Whatcha say?



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