Почуття відсутності безпеки в текстах польських панкових, рокових і постпанкових гуртів, написаних після 1989 року


  • Remigiusz Kasprzycki Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny imienia Komisji Edukacji Narodowej w Krakowie, Poland

Ключові слова:

punk, rock, threat, security, music, text, author


Representatives of the Polish punk-rock scene were careful observers of political, social and economic unrest in the world since the late 1970s and in the 1980s. A large part of the texts, written at that time, aptly commented on the tragic events in the world. Unfortunately, some of them haven’t lost their validity, like the song by KSU entitled ‘Liban’ [‘Lebanon’], or by the band ‘Brak’ [‘The Lack’] entitled ‘Na Bliskim Wschodzie wszystko w porządku’ [‘In the Middle East Everything’s All Right’]. After 1989, more songs, referring to various old or new threats in the world, were written. Songs, produced within the punk scene, describe the problems of political, economic and social nature, which remain unresolved. Authors, such as Maciej Augustyn, Krzysztof Grabowski, Kazik Staszewski not only point to the genesis of security problems in the world, but sometimes predict the consequences of such events in a broader perspective. Surprisingly, anticipations of some authors who are not political scientists or sociologists, come true more frequently than scientific analyses made by security experts. Suffice it to say that almost at the same time when Fukuyma guaranteed that happiness of humanity would be manifested in liberal democracy, Staszewski and Grabowski warned people of imminent wars, crises, a new division of the world and exploitation.

Біографія автора

Remigiusz Kasprzycki, Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny imienia Komisji Edukacji Narodowej w Krakowie

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Педагогічний університет імені Комісії національної освіти у Кракові






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