Friday, June 26, 2009

Musicapone Rules Politics

Music not only affects driving styles, it also has a great influence on politics;
Imagine there is an election in a country and everything is going well but the music playing for the man in power is "The show must go on" by Queen, "Live n Let die" by GNR or "Never care for what they say, never care for what they do..." by Metallica. Then as a politician who is singing along with such songs, even me picturing the scene will be tempted to stay in office a bit longer!!

According to unverified imaginary reports, 120% of all coup d'etats have happened when the person behind it had been under musical-influence. In these researches a meaningful corelation has been found between the number of such songs listened before the event and the imposed force to silence people or silence people through making them forget how to breathe.

Bad music advisors can aggrevate the situation by further wrong music suggestions. One week after such events when the dictator is considering a peaceful reconsilation, they usually provide him with songs like "Sorry seems to be the hardest word", "Said I loved you but I lied", "burn mother BEEPer burn"...

Some historians have also sited that when dictators are captured in the end and before they stand trial, they don't talk in defence but start singing instead. They refer to Hitler's last minutes as he had started singing "please forgive me, I know not what to do..." or Louis 16 of France who was humming the irrelevent song "good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere" song before he was executed. Napolean was singing in French and since there were no translators present, the exact chanson is still a mystery. Saddam also sang in his trial in arabic "it wasn't me, kill Music! he made me do all those things". (in Arabic it must rhym!)

People on the other hand have wider choises while responding to politicians and it mostly depends on their Winamp or itune playlists. But still most imaginary studies indicate people prefer to act instead of singing in such cases.

Driving-under-music-influence, is currently considered a crime in most countries but Ruling-under-music-influence is still an unsolved delicate matter in hand. Should politician be music-banned? Or should CD stroes check occupation before providing people with Music Albums?