When the German writer and satirist Thomas Gsella makes use of rhyme and lyrical thoughts about Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, it sounds more like this: "He knew already as a primary school gnome: / "I want to be stupid be a man." / And man Zuckerberg, The biggest Mark was stupid on earth."
Since 2013, Gsella loads on the humor page of the "star" on a regular basis to persons in control. Means in Gsellas words: "He compares the Statements and deeds of great people with the values of the humanistic Occident". So much in advance: The great people are cut off very often. Most of the in the booklet "control of individuals" gathered poems come from the "star". Some of you have already seen in the "magazine" of the "Tages-Anzeiger", some in the FAZ, but some also still nowhere.
Thomas Gsella reads in the German television. Video: YouTube/Agency accent
combined in one book, gives a good Overview of what drove the Large and Small public life between 2013 and 2019. From Reinhold Messner ("Today, he shows us the white world, Because everyone is too old / In slideshows, and says (for money), That snow is cold.") about Sepp Blatter, Putin and various representatives of the AfD to the Wolf and its return in native forests.
Because Gsella presents many poems in a short occasion description, is also a lyrical chronicle: small rhymed units with a high truth content and even higher entertainment value.
Mi 27.3. — 20 hrs
admission 25 / 20 Swiss francs
Created: 20.03.2019, 16:57 PM