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Roughly 40 years ago, Simon and Garfunkel released a song with the improbable title of
"A Simple Desultory Philippic (or How I Was Robert McNamara'd into Submission)"
Although you could easily pull up the lyrics for the song, the paragraph that is the most applicable to today is this one:
"I knew a man, his brain was so small
He couldn't think of nothing at all
Not the same as you and me
He doesn't dig poetry
He's so unhip that when you say Dylan
He thinks you're talking about Dylan Thomas
Whoever he was
The man ain't got no culture
But it's alright, ma, everybody must get stoned
This morning's Al Jazeera had an excellent article about WHY it's important to protect cultural sites:
Trump, of course, ain't got no culture either, which is why he pulled the United States out of UNESCO in 2018. Fortunately, his bark was worse than his bite, and he withdrew his threat against cultural sites after his military that they would NOT destroy cultural sites - and he suddenly decided to follow international law.