Signs in (non) time and space

(Source: mojarijeka.hr)

By observing human history from the perspective of cultural anthropology we can easily see an evolutionary distance between man and the lower primates, within whose range we can clearly distinguish (analyse and classify) different behavioural patterns in the species. Every lagging in terms of civilization and every progress of species in time have their own historical image, depending on whether we are closer to man or man’s monkey relative at a certain point in the development cycle.

And just when a sound reason suspects that it lives in a region where there is an evolutionary standstill, the lights reveal two national folk ensembles coming on the stage, hand in hand, welcomed by an audience that makes the cultural and biological image of the local part of mankind entirely human, showing the world a different face of the Balkans—the way it looks in its natural beauty.

And only a moment’s time was enough for the circus trolls to stay out of time and space alone—sufficiently far away from where the CULTURES of two people are happening at the same time.

Many, however, have not become fully aware of what really took place. This is largely the media’s fault, those that—too occupied with mental illnesses of society—rarely apply the necessary care and a touch of analytical seriousness to keep up with social events infused with activities of a healthy population—which is the fundamental strategic goal of today’s column.

Therefore, the subject is “healthy society”; the idea is the “diagnosis of developmental status”; the approach is “anthropological”—but perfectly adapted to the principles of Marxism and the Ten Commandments, so both atheists and believers can understand.

In any case, let’s not complicate too much. The rest of the article contains only one short definition, the issue at hand, and the final conclusion:

Anthropology is a scientific discipline that studies the cultural and biological diversity of people. Anthropology studies human beings, their culture, their language, their evolutionary past and their kin primates, similarities and differences between people from genetics to culture. It explores how people live, what they do, what they think, and how they relate to their environment. It is interested in how the human species developed and how human societies were born and disappeared, but it is also focused on the present and the future of the human race. We could say that the subject of anthropology comes down to the following question: What does it mean to be human? (Wikipedia)

This definition was only to bring us closer to the science and better understand the key anthropological theory of political engineering that has advanced so much in these areas that by their eighteenth birthday many people turn into genetically modified organisms, with reduced abilities of independent thinking and autonomous decision-making. Because of this fact, the enlightened part of the population—unadjusted to tribal mentality—has begun to reasonably doubt the biological standstill of South Slavs. There has been a long wait for a concrete sign that would feed the hope that the natural course of human development cannot be stopped, after all.

And that is exactly what happened a few days ago.

LADO and KOLO’s joint performances, held on 8 and 15 April in Belgrade and Zagreb—the first in the time after the Second Big Bang (before that we were apparently living in the dark)—are an illustrative example of nature’s superiority over man. Despite the forced obstruction of the development of the domicile species (proven by the recent history), the audience and members of both ensembles are living proof of the encouraging truth—the evolution carries on.

Photographer: Jelena Janković