British government eager to advance talks with EU over Northern Ireland issue | Reuters

The British government hopes to advance talks with the EU over the issue of British Northern Ireland following the withdrawal from the European Union (EU) in the near future. Taken in April 2019 (2021 Reuters / INTS KALNINS)

[London, 17th Reuters]–The British government hopes to advance talks with the EU over the issue of British Northern Ireland following the withdrawal from the European Union (EU) in the near future. EU minister David Frost has called on EU member states to fulfill their obligations.

Following the UK’s departure from the EU at the end of last year, some inspections have been introduced for the movement of goods from the mainland of the EU in Northern Ireland, which borders Ireland on land.

The test was angry and the pro-British “Unionists” in Northern Ireland consider themselves separated from the British mainland by a withdrawal agreement.

British Prime Minister Johnson, who had promised free movement of goods between Northern Ireland and the British mainland, unilaterally extended the grace period for certain inspections in an attempt to minimize supply disruptions. The EU side claims that this is a violation of the withdrawal agreement.

Frost, at a parliamentary committee meeting on Wednesday, called on the EU to fulfill its obligations on a withdrawal agreement that seeks to minimize the barriers between mainland Britain and Northern Ireland. He called for progress in talks until July 12, when Northern Ireland’s royalists gathered to celebrate the 1690 Battle of the Boyne, when Protestant King William of Orange defeated Catholic King James.


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Hardliner at the top (daily newspaper Junge Welt)

The new DUP chairman Edwin Poots in front of the Parliament building in Belfast on Friday

In the end, the victory was extremely close. On Friday, the ultra-conservative Edwin Poots won the election as the new chairman of the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) with 19 to 17 delegate votes quite surprisingly. Many had previously seen his competitor Jeffrey Donaldson as a favorite. From now on, Poots is an evangelical hardliner at the head of the pro-British, loyalist right-wing party.

In a first statement to the press after the election, Poots said: “My program as party leader is to reform, inspire and revitalize unionism.” remains an integral part of the UK. In the “Brexit” referendum, the party had campaigned alongside Nigel Farage to leave the European Union.

Fifty-five year old Poots comes from near Lisburn, a Protestant and agrarian milieu just a few kilometers south of Belfast. He is strictly religious and, as an avowed creationist, negates the theory of evolution. The farmer is extremely conservative on other issues as well. In 2012, for example, Poots made headlines with statements that homosexual men should be banned from donating blood. All people who had sex with “Africans” and prostitutes should also be excluded from donating blood, according to the politician. Poots is also an open opponent of equality for LGBTIQ people. In 2016 he clearly showed how misogynist he is when he “admonished” the then newly appointed Belfast head of government, his party colleague Arlene Foster, that her most important job was her role as wife, mother and daughter.

All the more piquant that Poots is now inheriting the same Foster in the office of DUP chairmanship – a process that can certainly be described as a palace revolt. Just three weeks ago they had loud BBC A total of 26 MPs from Northern Ireland’s largest unionist party withdrew their confidence in a letter from previous chairman Foster. As a result, she resigned from her position, clearing the way for the election of a new party leader.

But the DUP has been raging for a long time. On the one hand, the joint government with the Irish Republican Left Party, Sinn Féin, caused displeasure in the party, which is, however, enshrined in the principle of »power sharing«. On the other hand, the so-called Northern Ireland Protocol, which was negotiated between Great Britain and the European Union as part of the “Brexit” negotiations, weighed more heavily on the DUP base. The regulations laid down there provide for a customs border in the Irish Sea. Parts of the DUP base therefore see the protocol as the first step in a detachment from London, for which they also blamed Foster, who had stood firmly at the side of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson during the negotiations. Over the past few weeks there have been violent protests by loyalist-unionist circles over the settlement.

The background to this is also the fear of important parts of the DUP of losing their position as the strongest force in Northern Ireland to the left-wing Republican Sinn Féin party. That could happen as early as June next year. Then the regional parliament should be re-elected – a decisive test also for the new party chairman Poots. In the meantime, the DUP has decided to occupy the offices of party chairman and head of government separately. As a consequence, this means that Foster will continue to hold office as head of government until the election.


Britain’s national identity is puzzled after Brexit


[Confusion about the national identity of the UK after Brexit]What kind of country will the UK be after Brexit? The concept of “Global Britain” put forward by the Johnson administration has encountered strong headwinds, and the “United Kingdom of Britain” is facing the dilemma of being neither Britain nor united. (China Business News)

What kind of country will the UK be after Brexit? The concept of “Global Britain” put forward by the Johnson administration has encountered strong headwinds, and the “United Kingdom of Britain” is facing the dilemma of being neither Britain nor united. The first is the challenge of the Scottish referendum. After the Brexit, the pressure on Scotland to leave the UK has increased day by day. The second is the future of Northern Ireland, whether to stay in the UK or return to Ireland. The border of Northern Ireland is not only the border between Britain and Ireland, but also The land border between the United Kingdom and the European Union. Brexit seems to be a “technical” failure of the referendum, but from the perspective of Britain’s national identity, Brexit is to find the identity of the United Kingdom as a sea power country. However, as the United Kingdom moves towards a sea power country, the United Kingdom still There is no Great Britain or the United Kingdom. England is the core and the foundation of British identity. Brexit is not only the beginning of Britain’s search for its own identity, but it may also uncover the painful process of “peeling the onion” in Great Britain. Scotland and Ireland Also seek their own history and identity.

In the Scottish parliamentary elections held on May 6, the Scottish National Party led by Sturgeon won 64 seats, and only one seat will win an absolute majority. After the election, Sturgeon announced that it was only a matter of time before the second independence referendum was held. At the same time, Frost, the chief representative of the Brexit negotiations, visited Northern Ireland and met with representatives of Northern Ireland. The core issue was the border issue in Northern Ireland. The Brexit agreement stipulates that British products from Irish waters will arrive in Northern Ireland. A security check is required. Although it is only a security check, there is a big loophole in the integrity of the UK. The British government stated that it will have extensive contacts with various groups and listen to the voices of all parties in the hope that a better solution can be obtained.

The voice of the Scottish independence referendum has grown louder after the British referendum on Brexit. In 2014, the Scottish independence referendum was not passed. If the United Kingdom does not leave the European Union, Scotland’s demand for independence may not be so strong. The Scottish National Party has taken the absolute initiative in the Scottish Parliament, and the separation between Scotland and England has gradually become a trend. After Brexit, Scotland did not want to leave the European Union, but after Brexit, Scotland was taken out of the European Union “by the way”. If Scotland wants to return to the EU, it must first leave the UK. After independence, it is a question of whether it can join the EU as it wishes. Former British Prime Minister Brown commented that in fact, Scots do not want independence, but more cooperative cooperation. Brown said that there are now “three” Scotlands. In addition to independence and union, there is a third group of people. Externally, they behave like nationalists. They think they are Scottish rather than English. They like the Scottish Parliament. More than the English Parliament, if they choose between being a Scot or an Englishman, they will undoubtedly choose the former. But they are different from the nationalists in that they do not want to choose between Scotland or England. They want to be a patriot who loves their own country, rather than endlessly between our “Scotland” and their “England”. Hugh’s fight. Brown’s wishes or vision are good, but it is too late. The Scots do not think that it is an equal cooperation with England, but think that “union” is actually a mistake of the times. In addition, during the Labour Party’s administration, London continued to decentralize power, and the Parliaments of Scotland and Northern Ireland gained greater influence. In 2007, the Scottish National Party defeated the Labour Party and became the largest party in the Scottish Parliament. Since then, the political party landscape in Scotland has changed, and Scottish independence has become a political trend. During Blair and Brown’s administration, Great Britain became more and more loose.

England and Scotland merged in 1707. Brown believed that the Scots would respect this contract, but judging from the identity of the country, it seemed to be a mixture of oil and water. Although they were mixed together, they did not truly merge. From the perspective of nation-building, England made a choice during the time of Henry VIII, going to the sea and withdrawing from the European continent. In the era of Queen Elizabeth, England gradually moved away from the powers of the European continent. In 1588, England was defeated. The Spanish Invincible Fleet from the European continent, this can be regarded as England’s “mature gift” as a sea power country. Scotland has historically acted as a transit point and base for continental European countries to invade England. After the British Revolution, the restoration forces still gathered in Scotland, and they also received the support of France. From this perspective, the merger of 1707 did not mean that Britain became a large England, but the expansion of the expanding sea power of England. However, Scotland did not cut off relations with the European continent like England, at least in Emotionally and identity, Scotland identifies with the European continent. This is the deep-seated reason why Scotland chose to “independence in Europe”. In other words, the reason for Scotland’s withdrawal from the UK is to join European integration. Some people think that this is Scotland’s “post-sovereign” thinking, but it is basically because Scotland and England are two different identities.

Of course, for Scotland to be “independent in Europe”, it must be separated from the United Kingdom, but the EU member states are almost land-powered countries. Even though the EU represents a form of political organization that can divide and transfer sovereignty, the member states will not allow their own countries. The power of separation imitates Scotland to join the European Union for separation, such as Spain and Italy. According to the logic of Scotland, the European continent will almost return to the state before the era of sovereign states, full of various autonomous groups. Even so, Brexit did add another fire to Scotland’s Brexit. Even if Scotland does not hold a second independence referendum, Scottish independence will still hang over London like the sword of Damocles.

Even more serious than Scotland is the border problem of Northern Ireland. This year is the 100th year of Ireland’s partition. Coincidentally, the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland has once again become the focus. In the past 100 years, this border was artificially created and gradually disappeared. After the signing of the Belfast Agreement in 1998, the United Kingdom and Ireland gradually dismantled military checkpoints, and both belonged to the big market of the European Union. Was removed. Through greater integration, disputes on the border were eliminated, and after Brexit, the border of Northern Ireland became a focal point. Polls now show that within ten years, Northern Ireland will remain in the UK, but after 25 years, the outcome is unpredictable. In Northern Ireland, if a referendum is held, 49% of people will choose to stay in the UK, while 43% will choose to reunify with Ireland; on the Irish side, 51% of people support reunification, and 27% think that Northern Ireland will stay in England. Just like after Ireland’s partition, the boundary was gradually drawn through the “Irish Government Act”. The boundary drawn by accident or expediency at that time was gradually accepted. In the future, after Brexit, Northern Ireland will become a British island. More importantly, Northern Ireland is the land border between the UK and Ireland and the European Union. This is a historic challenge facing the UK. In other words, the border between the UK and Europe is not only the English Channel, but also Northern Ireland.

Brexit, geographically speaking, it is a sea power country that “landed”, after 40 years of “torture”, it was launched again and returned to sea power England. However, the United Kingdom of Great Britain was tied to Scotland and Northern Ireland. These two territories with a European atmosphere will not only cause confusion about the identity of England, but also bring about fission like “peeling onions” in Great Britain.

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New violence looms in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is a divided country, at least in hearts. Some beat for Ireland, others for what some Northern Irish, the loyalists, call the British motherland.

Even if it was almost half a century ago, the bloody arguments in which have never been forgotten Irish as well as British soldiers diedn.

Every year, Northern Irish loyal to London commemorate their dead and loyalist bands prepare for their traditional summer marches. In recent years they have been relatively unproblematic, but now the mood is very tense after the completed Brexit.

Most recently there were violent riots in Shankill, a stronghold of the British loyal Northern Irish. They protested against the border in the Irish Sea – a consequence of the Special regulation for Ireland after Brexit. Anger quickly discharges on the street. With the vaccinations, things will be back to normal in the next six months. Gary warns he is sure “If nothing has happened politically by then, people will take to the streets, I’m sure. It will get out of hand and maybe become uncontrollable, and nobody wants that.”

This part of Belfast is one of the most socially disadvantaged areas in Northern Ireland. Here the British flag is held high, here they have the feeling that the Irish nationalists have been heard in the Brexit negotiations, but they have not. A lot of anger has built up.

euronews – Correspondent Tadhg Enright ranks:

“Northern Ireland’s loyalists loyal to London have no monopoly on poverty or disadvantage. But they are right when they speak of a lack of participation in politics. Irish Republicans can count on their largest party, Sinn Fein, which is in government here The British loyalists have no place at the table. “

The poorer communities feel that they are not represented by politics, not even by their DUP. Because she did not manage to prevent the additional protocol on Northern Ireland in the Brexit agreements, and they hate that because it is her Northern Ireland separates a little bit more from the British Isles.

The frustration in Shankill just keeps growing.


The division of Great Britain must never be the goal of the EU

Scottish independence advocates

The Scottish nationalists want to go back to the EU.

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The UK regional elections underscore the centrifugal forces in the UK. In England the Brexit friends triumphed, in Scotland the EU friends. A majority in the Scottish Parliament wants an independence referendum. The unresolved Scotland question will haunt British Prime Minister Boris Johnson for years to come – as will the Northern Ireland problem.

The EU involuntarily plays a role in both conflicts. Scottish and Irish nationalists see Brussels as an ally against the British government. In an open letter, more than 200 European professors and writers called for Scotland to be offered EU membership in order to strengthen the independence movement. Some super-Europeans can clearly see the glee about the disintegration phenomena in Brexit Britain.

But the EU should resist the temptation to interfere in domestic affairs. The division of the United Kingdom must never be the aim of the community. Any help for the Scottish National Party or the Greens is prohibited. As long as the Scots have not opted for independence, strict restraint is the order of the day.

The separation of Scotland and Northern Ireland is a long way off

The situation in Northern Ireland is somewhat different. On the one hand, the British part of the country is still part of the European internal market and the customs union. So the EU bears a certain share of the responsibility. On the other hand, an association between Northern Ireland and the EU member Ireland is up for debate.

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The situation would most likely be comparable to that of German reunification. The EU Council already confirmed in 2017 that Northern Ireland would automatically become a member of the EU in the event of a merger. However, that does not mean that the EU should actively promote this association. After all, it is still British territory.

Both scenarios, Scottish independence and Irish unification, are still a long way off – if they ever happen. In Scotland it will take a while before London allows a referendum. And then it would be questionable whether the nationalists will win it.

A united Ireland, on the other hand, seems likely in the long term: sooner or later, economic integration will be followed by political unity. This is also supported by the falling proportion of pro-British unionists in the province.

The EU would do well not to play an active role in these processes. It would not speed it up, it would just additionally poison the mood. Scots and Northern Irish have to decide for themselves.

More: Election winner Johnson launches Operation Scotland.


King only in England – Johnson and the torn land

In Scotland, the pro-independence party SNP is now the strongest force. Labor has clearly won in Wales, while Prime Minister Johnson’s Conservative Party has won in England. Where is the UK headed?

Boris Johnson is bursting with confidence. His Conservatives scored a convincing victory in the local elections in England. Written off months ago due to his chaotic management in the Corona crisis, Johnson now feels like a strong man in London – and more than ever, like the King of England. But here his domain ends. Johnson is actually Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, but the results of the recent general election in Scotland and Wales make it clear that he rules a country deeply torn.

One could almost say, following Julius Caesar: “Britannia est omnis divisa in partes tres” – Britain is divided into three parts. One of them, to stay with Caesar’s “De Bello Gallico”, is inhabited by the Scots. You elected a parliamentary majority on Thursday to support independence from the rest of the Kingdom and Scotland’s re-entry into the EU. Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon has already announced that plans for a new referendum will be pushed forward. The second part is inhabited by the Welsh. In complete contrast to England, they voted in large numbers for Johnson’s greatest opponent, Labor, Prime Minister Mark Drakeford is demanding more concessions from the state government.

The real kingdom?

That leaves the third part, the real kingdom of King Boris: England. The map of the largest British part of the country is becoming more conservative than it has been for a long time. In the traditionally red Labor North, huge blue Tories spots have recently appeared. Johnson’s party has practically plowed up the community and district councils in many places. The Tories have taken about 200 seats, many from Labor. The Social Democrats have lost important parts of their home country, including for the first time ever – in a by-election – the lower house mandate for Hartlepool.

But how are these three so different parts of the country supposed to come together again, to form a United Kingdom, together with the special case of Northern Ireland? Johnson is trying a charm offensive and immediately after the elections sent letters to the heads of government Sturgeon and Drakeford. The “Team United Kingdom”, enthuses the Prime Minister, have mastered the corona pandemic together.

At a top meeting – some also say: crisis summit – Johnson wants to talk together about the way out of the crisis. “We all have our own perspectives and ideas – and we will not always agree – but I am confident that by learning from one another in the interests of the people we serve, we can move the country forward together,” reads the Write. These are modest words that do not fit the general demeanor of the shirt-sleeved populist. The skepticism is correspondingly high. “Stop the spitting, just show respect,” said Prime Minister Sturgeon from Edinburgh.

“Restart relationships”

Her Welsh colleague Drakeford was somewhat more reserved. “Now is the time to restart some relations within the UK,” he said, calling for a “really serious look at the way” all four of the country can work together for a prosperous future.

Above all, it is the lack of respect that repeatedly denounces the prime minister’s opponent. Johnson’s Conservative government took a deeply England-centric approach. Their policies are directed at English, anti-European nationalists and neglect the other parts of the country, so the allegation. In Scotland and Wales, critics complain that the Tories have not won an election there for decades. Nevertheless, London orders the parts of the country what to do. In Scotland, “Westminster”, the London borough where the British Parliament sits, has already become a derogatory term. “Those in Westminster” would always be forgotten by the Scots, criticize pro-independence advocates – with success.

Boris Johnson is facing a difficult task, especially since observers expect a chain reaction in other parts of the country in the event of Scottish independence. Then everything could slip away from the Prime Minister. Or, as the English poet Shakespeare once put it in “Macbeth”, his great tragedy about a Scottish king: “Nothing is won, everything is there, we reach our goal with an unsatisfied mind.”


General election: Scottish National Party wins regional election – but misses an absolute majority

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Scottish National Party wins regional election – but misses an absolute majority

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Holyrood Election Count and Declarations Take Place In Glasgow

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In the regional elections in Great Britain, the Scottish ruling party SNP became the strongest party in Scotland with 64 seats. The party wants to lead the country back into the EU. Boris Johnson, on the other hand, is promoting further cooperation.

Bhe ruling pro-independence party SNP achieved a clear victory in the parliamentary elections in Scotland, but narrowly missed the absolute majority. The Scottish National Party (SNP) headed by Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon will have 64 seats in parliament in the future, as the election commission in Edinburgh announced on Saturday evening. The absolute majority is 65 mandates.

But since the Greens, who are also in favor of secession from the United Kingdom, received eight seats, those in favor of independence have a clear majority. The election was seen as a test of mood for independence. Sturgeon wants to bring Scotland back into the EU. The British government strictly rejects a new referendum.

“There is simply no democratic justification for Boris Johnson or anyone else to try to block the Scots’ right to decide our own future,” Sturgeon said in a victory speech on television. If the government in London does not allow a referendum, it will stand “against the will of the Scottish people”.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had previously told the Daily Telegraph: “I think that a referendum is irresponsible and reckless in the current context.” The majority of Scots had rejected Brexit.

Johnson promotes Union in a letter to Sturgeon

After the pro-independence election victory, Johnson campaigned for the union of the different parts of the United Kingdom. “It is my passionate belief that the interests of the people of the UK, and especially the people of Scotland, are best served when we work together,” Johnson wrote in a letter to Sturgeon published Saturday night. The benefit of this cooperation was particularly evident in the corona pandemic. “This is Team United Kingdom in action,” said Johnson.

Johnson wrote in the letter that the country was facing major challenges. The UK’s “broad shoulders” would have protected jobs and companies during the Corona crisis. The economic recovery is a common task. Johnson invited Sturgeon to meet with his government and the heads of the rest of Wales and Northern Ireland to discuss how to address common challenges. Johnson sent a similar letter to the Welsh Prime Minister Mark Drakeford, who had also clearly won the general election in that part of the country.


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In addition to the state, one population group in particular bears the costs of the corona pandemic – the Self-employed, writes the film director Achim Michael Hasenberg in the taz. The permanent employees, on the other hand, were not wounded in their hair. Unlike in the first lockdown, there is also much less short-time work. The public service With reference to his systemic relevance, even treated himself to a five percent salary increase. Hasenberg hits you Solos for the self-employed before: “It would be fairer if each and every employed person, regardless of whether they are employed or self-employed, share an equal percentage of the costs of the pandemic and unite low single digit percentage would give up on income. This pandemic contribution would be deducted from the tax return. Anyone who suffered heavy losses during the pandemic pays a small percentage, but would get a larger portion back from the joint pot, up to 90 percent of the income from 2019 and until a certain total income is reached. This would prevent a low-income employee from financing a very high-income self-employed person. “

The Islamic headscarf is not neutral on it consists Ahmad Mansour im Daily mirror: “A threatening father, brother or husband does not always hide behind the decision to cover up. But always one more punitive, patriarchal Gott. Should a woman consciously decide to take off her headscarf, there is a risk of exclusion and sometimes breaking off contact. That freedom of religion also the Freedom from religion means is often forgotten in this context. That is incompatible with the basic principles of an enlightened society, with the right to self-development. “

The Daily mirror recently has whole four Reporter scheduled for a long time, but not really able to capture anyone Research in old Twitterfeeds and Facebook entries of the “backers” and those involved in #seal everything. On Sunday he has with one second, almost as long article above “Faults within the film industry and one ominous mastermind from the unconventional thinker milieu “. This was written by Andreas Busche, Hannes Soltau and” Journalist: inside the research network Antischwurbler“. With the” mastermind “is well Paul Brandenburg meant, who sat on “Kaiser TV” on March 20, “a YouTube talk format by the author Gunnar Kaiser. Under the program title” It’s a catastrophe! ” talk about the ‘desire to restrict fundamental rights’ in the pandemic. What looks like a nice chat among like-minded people is another indication that the campaign #allesproof planned well in advance and followed a political agenda from the start. Brandenburg is an emergency physician, entrepreneur and founder of the ‘1bis19’ initiative, whose hundreds of supporters include actor Volker Bruch and director Dietrich Brüggemann. His interlocutor Kaiser already gives one on Facebook with leading questions sharp tone before: ‘Do older people who accept this (note: the corona measures) and happily accept it for a few more years of their own, then deserve these years of life?’ This is the point that often comes down to Kaiser and Brandenburg: Human life be against Liberty rights played out. “

In the world is a director Thomas Bohn visibly disgusted by this type of reporting, which reminds him of the McCarthy era:one guess to the other. There is talk of ‘upheavals’ in the industry, of’rumor‘Bigger names’ involved are reported. But ‘nobody wants to be named’ because ‘nobody dares’. But he dares Daily mirror. To Moritz Bleibtreu ‘the clues condense‘that he was’ involved in the action at an early stage’. And then a secret ‘source’ tells that Daily mirror Really bad: namely that no one in the scene would dare to name Bleibtreu as an ‘active recruiter’ for the action. Reason: ‘He’ll let you perhaps kick off the next project where it’s occupied. ‘ Something like this is popularly called Character assassination.”

In network policy reports Daniel Laufer: Babylon-Star Volker Bruch I submitted a membership application to the lateral thinker party “Die Basis”. “ could one dated to mid-April Members list see, the actor’s preliminary membership number ends in ‘967’. March 13, 2021 is given as the starting date. According to the party’s media officer, David Claudio Siber, Bruch’s entry process has not yet been completed his identity still has to be verified according to an internal party process. New members would therefore first have to show their identity card in front of a webcam. It sounds as if this is more of a formality in the case of Bruch. Siber says you can already say with certaintythat the applicant was actually the actor. The membership list comes from a massive leakwhich became known last month. “

In the world In addition, the official Gunnar Kaiser and his sister, the entrepreneur Heike-Melba Fendel talk about the whole page Coronaactivities (They are of divided opinion) and also about # sealing everything. Fendel says everything that needs to be said in a few sentences: “I consider the action to be vain and stupid and in its unsettling effect extremely destructive. Not only for my hysterical industry, but also for a society that is ready Take celebrities more seriouslythan their intellectual format allows. “