from The Last Mutineers Volume 1: 'Prequel'--- To sum it up simply: absolute power corrupts absolutely.
Never forget that, for that is precisely how the Malentians want things to be.
They want chaos and corruption. Sustained entropy is their game. Something that
becomes quite apparent after the disappearance of the Elders.
Basically, the absence of their wise and devout founding
Elders has devastating consequences on the survivors. Because shortly after
their sudden disappearance, three new sit-in leaders appoint themselves to the
highest ranking in the settlement. Only for them to go on calling themselves
the Top Three. Such being a fitting name for a trio of self-obsessed tyrants.
Now these three narcissistic men are not nearly as wise or
as kind as their predecessors. Quite the opposite actually. For they turn out
to be more brutal than Proditor himself. Making it seem as though they took a few
chapters straight out of his book. Except now they are just running free with
it. Elaborating on their late President’s evil plots to fulfill their own vile
deviances against their species.
But even with their new leaders’ stringent rule, the people slowly
begin transitioning into a more relaxed and worry-free lifestyle. The absence
of criminal activity alone is reason enough for one to not worry. However, as
the people begin growing more comfortable with The Order’s new brazen
leadership, the Malentians’ seeds start growing evermore larger.
Such seeds grow ever so slowly over the years in the minds
of the enslaved. For one cannot rush complete control. It is a long and
delicate procedure, you see. Something the Malentians have discovered in their
extensive past dealing with humanity.
The Top Three play right into such diabolical schemes. Following
right along on their predestined route to oblivion. Doing so slowly as to not
alarm the people. For if such schemes are rushed and the citizens are not
thoroughly depressed and downtrodden without an ounce of fight left in them,
they will surely fail.
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Bach llega al Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santo Domingo en un ciclo de conciertos para violonchelo y clavecines.
Compositor, organista, clavecinista, violinista, violista, maestro de capilla y cantor, la obra de Johann Sebastian Bach es catalogada como la cumbre del Barroco. Bach brilló con luz propia gracias a su gran producción musical, a la belleza de su música y a su técnica, por ello el Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santo Domingo hace un ciclo de conciertos que tendrán lugar entre julio y agosto en honor a algunos de las composiciones que hizo el autor para instrumentos como el violonchelo y los clavecines.
Suites para violonchelo: Inbal Segev, violonchelo (Israel/EE.UU), sábado 22 de julio, 8:00 p.m.
Conciertos para clavecín: Ensamble Barroco de Bogotá. Martes 15, jueves 17 y sábado 19 de agosto, 8:00 p.m.