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Theresa Marie Moreau: What could possibly sway The Juilliard School -- America’s greatest conservatory -- to build a campus overseen by the Chinese Communist Party? Money.
The Greatness Agenda
Juilliard Goes to China
What could possibly sway America’s greatest conservatory to build a campus overseen by the Chinese Communist Party? Money.
Theresa Marie Moreau
- November 5th, 2019
Communist China wants to subjugate America’s traditional culture. The Juilliard School—regarded as one of the world’s most prestigious conservatories, deeply rooted in European music—has partnered with the People’s Republic of China.
Currently under construction is the Manhattan school’s satellite campus in the Chinese port city of Tianjin, just an hour from Beijing, the seat of the Communist Party’s totalitarian regime.
This is the same totalitarian regime responsible for the extermination and deaths of an underestimated 77 million (and counting) of its own people since officially grabbing the whip of power on the mainland on October 1, 1949.
This is the same totalitarian regime that promotes a pseudo-sociology that has incited class warfare and liquidated Chinese intellectuals, such as teachers, theologians, philosophers, writers, artists, and musicians—all for the nightmarish goal of restructuring its own society.
This is the same totalitarian regime that still imprisons, tortures, brainwashes, and enslaves ideological dissenters—thought criminals deemed worse than hardened, violent criminals.
What could possibly sway Juilliard to build a campus overseen by the Communist Party—a deadly branch in the bloody Socialist tree—one of the most savage in history?
Juilliard opened in 1905 as the New York Institute of Musical Art, founded by Frank Damrosch (1859-1937), who had wanted to promote in the New World the classical music of the Old World, with its cultivated, advanced structure and theory.
Fast forward to the 1990s.
From 1984 to 2018, during Joseph W. Polisi’s tenure as Juilliard’s president, the focus was on transforming the campus to one of social consciousness; meanwhile, school funds diminished, and Polisi had to go begging for cash.
Not surprisingly, the Communist Chinese were more than willing to accommodate. But Communists never do anything for altruistic reasons. It conflicts with their revolutionary nature. In short, the music wasn’t the motivation.
According to the school’s website, the graduate studies program of the Tianjin Juilliard School (notice which name takes precedence) is scheduled to open in 2020 and will offer a master of music degree, fully accredited within the United States, with majors in chamber music, collaborative piano, and orchestral studies.
Chamber music? Collaborative piano? Orchestral studies?
Such concentrations in the art of time are from the heart of Christendom, the ideological enemy of Chinese Communists, who have persecuted, tortured, executed and martyred Catholics since the 1920s, shortly after the founding of the Communist Party of China, in 1921.
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