Thank you, Kanye West

Thank you, Kanye West

April 11 2015

Kim Kardashian has been spoken about everything. If there are any
“apologists of moral” who do not understand the significance of her
visit, I am not going to dissuade these people. I want to say kind
words here not only about Kim and her sister, but her husband as well.
The man modestly accompanying our countrywoman in Armenia, often with
a child in his hands, is Kanye West, the U.S. and the world popular
and well-known singer, musician, producer and designer, a winner of
many “Grammies” and other prestigious awards, a millionaire and a
businessman. He is known to the world, first, as a “rap” style
performer (I must confess that I am not a fan of this music), but he
was loved in Armenia as Kim Kardashian’s husband, “our son-in-law”, as
our people like to say. He has come here as a husband and a father,
and does not feel quite bad in that role. I am thankful to Kanye also
because he once again proves the well-known truth – as much as the man
is established and self-sufficient, less he needs to beat the breast
and shout, “This is me. Do you know who I am?” Unfortunately, I hear
this question quite often. Sometimes it sounds ominous – I am
influential and can do this-or-that action against you. Sometimes this
question is given in bitterness, “Hey the times when everyone knew
me.” It happens that there is a reproach in this question, “Don’t you
feel shy, young man, that you do not know me?” In all cases, my peers
and most of the older people visiting my office, prior to passing to
the basic subject, for at least 10 minutes they are explaining what
positions they had taken and what services they had rendered to the
nation. The longer they explain, the longer are usually their
articles, which, as a rule, are dedicated to “urgent program” of
saving the nation. Actually, there is no “reason” on this planet that
would induce any man to beat his breast and say, “This is me.” He was
recognized, good, thank you. He was rated only as a good father or a
good husband, which is also wonderful. Paid no attention at all, it
cannot be a reason to give in. I know what I’m doing and for what, I
also know whom I am accountable for my deeds. Money, positions and
awards are absolutely zero compared to my this consciousness.
Moreover, if you’re waiting for the whole world to appreciate your
services, then it is obvious that you have not rendered them honestly.
It’s better to take a real care of your fellow than to think about
saving the humanity day and night. … Eva Rivas is offended by the
Armenian people that the latter welcomes Kim Kardashian better. It is
very typical to our political passions.

Aram ABRAHAMYAN

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