Punk is a form of radical authoritarian nationalism
Uh? Oh? Did i miss something? When i was ... err, younger, it was anything but fascist.
Maybe also not that ultra-idealistic-dogmatic-anti-fascism-set-up it is today here in g-land, but not fascist at all, but maybe as a pose.
In the opposite, one always had to watch out for bloody marbles-heads.
But then again, it wasn't called Punk-"Rock" then. The term Punk-"Rock" gives me a feeling of allergia, meanwhile
Been thinking (and stupidly blustering) for the last 20 years or so what to take Punk for. Guess it was a result of the completely fake-hippified society, commercial Bombast-Rock and Disco and so on,
so a little controversial glorification of violence for fun and offending people with nazi-insignia and other stuff like that was a good "joke", imho. Back when i was finally old enough i enjoyed that misanthropic and self-destructionist attitude best - in the scope of a terribly false and mawkish ghost of bought hippie-zombiism of a Spirit of the age:)
But i'm no authority in this, These are just my personal and lived mistakings i had on the theme. In 1976 i was nine, so i can't take on with others here ... also wondering why this always so strangely upsets me - must have something to do with the lost youth of a grown up silly Billy
Bhagwan told me not to worry. If i do it'll make me sorry. Alright.