Things to consider before re-entering the choir:
One: The emergence of the protagonist. A poet, stepped out of the choir and started truth whilst, the choir continued to sing the accepted truths. real saying the
Two: The subaltern can’t speak because there isn’t a platform for them to be heard. If they step onto that platform, they will be adopting their oppressors voice.
Three: The Euro Cup Final between Portugal and France. Early on in the first half a French player injures the star Portuguese player, Ronaldo. Of course this is devastating for Portugal and the French player instantly becomes a villain. At the end of the first half, there is a camera focused on the French player who injured Ronaldo; the camera is pulling back as the player is walking off the pitch talking to one of his teammates. They’re talking to each other but they’re covering their mouths with their hands.
Four: Oral hygiene for the safe passage of voice. In the spirit and wellness aisle, you’ll find a glass bottle with the contents written in Helvetica font on a white sticker – . It will say that this is a mouthwash but it’s actually the coconut oil and charcoal Aruyvedic practice of oil pulling where you take a mouth full of coconut oil, gargle it for 20 minutes and then you spit it out. The idea is that in the gargling of the coconut oil, it pulls up toxins from inside of you, and in the spitting, you spit out those toxins. The charcoal whitens your teeth. Also in this aisle, you’ll find miswak sticks, toothbrush. The use of miswak is part of an Islamic practice meant to be traditional a used before prayer. Chew off the bark at the tip of the stick until the wood bristles; use the bristles to clean your teeth. Both of these practices of cleansing your mouth – the point of articulation for language – will require momentary muteness.
Five: The filibuster – an uninterrupted speech, often requiring some degree of improvisation, has the potential to block power.
Now go back into the choir.