The main point of this question, is that long black hair has no remit. It’s an obvious – or fairly obvious – concept that the more something replicates, and the more that it becomes owned and the more that it becomes a defining part of reality the more values that it loses.
Long black hair is an interesting example however, in terms of going against this rule. Unlike many other things, long black hair is something which is obscure. Or perhaps it isn’t, and that’s just an easy mistake that one can make with long black hair.
I can picture a world population with long black hair. Men and women having long black hair all across the world, and though I’m aware enough to realise how eerie it would be, at the same time I have no ability to doubt the moral urgency of the idea. Regardless of age, gender, ethnicity and profession, for me, it’s a case where long black hair is always a privilege – and a type of privilege that needn’t worry about the standard or rule that value is predicated on censorship.
Long ago, I had a perception that people can avoid violent impulses by holding up their arm and hand to their stomach level: not both arms, just one. By doing this, people would somehow become exempt from feeling the urge to do incorrect things – long black hair might be an identical truth.
Seeing all members of the Russian government have long black hair would be a moral sight. But what does that actually mean – a moral sight?
What is a moral sight? A moral sight can be changed into a moral image, that’s a given, but then a moral image is just as elusive.
A moral image is a moral structure, and a moral structure is a divide between morality and structure – the division between morality and structure is a morality which has no style.
A morality which lacks style is a style which has morality – a style which has morality is a reality where morality is a literal possession.
A literal possession is a physical dimension. The unification between morality and a physical dimension is a physical dimension which has no ability to invade or trespass anywhere. Which is funny, considering my earlier observation about long black hair being a force of nature which seems to overrule the notion that value is at odds with replication.
The long and short of it: all Russian government officials should grow long black hair, and not worry about what the US administration thinks, or what the United States military thinks, or what CNN or what Fox News thinks.
And while they’re at it, they can ignore the worst institutions of all:
the British public and American people