It seems that the most difficult is just in front of me. In the first entry in this series, I wrote that there were many levels and that each of them should have been treated separately to get the description straightforward. Describing the individual stories, however, it is easy to lose an overall plan. I take comfort in the fact that it is an issue of the Creator. More, I began to realise that I wouldn’t like to end up as another apologist of Robert Parker Jr.
On the other hand, writing this I do not want to prove that it is easy to position texts using appropriately repeated strings. So why do I do this? I write for some purpose, but I should reveal it in the last entry, and that one will be only in a few more. So I need to ask readers to be patient treating Robert Parker Jr as who prefers: as an excuse, as a canvas, or perhaps as a fundamental topic.
We can reduce everything in the human world, which in a sense copies the material one, to simple elements. The trouble is, without being the Creator of the human world, I cannot judge which simple elements are essential. Describing globalisation, Robert Parker Jr, market, winey money and others similar, I’m continually chasing some primal aspect supposing it guilty of the fact that the world as it is has ceased to please me. In my texts, this results in not even a very articulated pretension to America of having underestimated Parker. Also.
In the fact that Europe was able to appreciate him, we notice a fundamental element, quite frankly and spontaneously. This drive pushes the human world forward and condemns everything around it to extinction. In a rather unexpected way, the Polish Parliament shows me this currently discussing animal rights. Europe appreciated Parker because he made it easier for Europeans to raise capital, and the French winey producers proved that in all circumstances, human greed has no brakes.
As I have already written, raising prices by 500% had no logical justification, apart from the imperative “you have to have”. You have to own, and you have to earn for yourself; after us, however, the deluge, we must make a profit and adapt to this every ideology, whether human or divine. Someone once tried to define the original element as a struggle for existence, but it seems to me that there are some more primal elements.
Here I can see greed, and I am not, in no way, able to find any psychological, ethical, moral, practical justification for it. Strangely, because of greed, globalisation has given in to the most important market, of which Robert Parker Jr was a part. As a result, the greed of the European wine barons made the wine, a typical drink in some parts of Europe, inaccessible to the unwealthy people, not only Europeans, and the barons in France could have built a few more castles. Thanks to this greed, California began to promote its wines because the winey consciousness of the average American consumer had become more European.
It can also be said that thanks to the greed of some people, today’s America is slowly closing its gates, aware of the fact that the world cannot offer anything more. America doesn’t need Parker anymore, but all about it in the following text.