Another Tack: Roger Waters's jarring music

The lead singer’s assertion that a successive variety of extravagant Israeli sacrifices are all two-faced isn’t his private idiosyncrasy.

March 18, 2011 15:45
Pink Floyd's Roger Waters performing

Roger Waters 521. (photo credit: Reuters)


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Was Binyamin Netanyahu a Pink Floyd freak in his salad days? Possibly not, but that’s no reason not to lend an ear to the band’s erstwhile lead singer Roger Waters.

It’s not that the aging rocker’s opinions should remotely constitute any yardstick for what’s decent and honorable. If anything, they most definitely shouldn’t. Waters has consistently, almost robotically, espoused every wrongheaded doctrinaire leftist cause since his star first twinkled in the frenzied firmament of psychedelic and “progressive” music.


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