On anniversary of John Lennon's death, a filmmaker re-"Imagines" Europe without the movement of 1968
Today is December 8, 2016. On this day more than three decades ago, Beatles' frontman John Lennon died. As a tribute, artist "Millennial Woes" revisited a popular song of Lennon's and updated the lyrics to reflect the current state of affairs in Europe:
There has been speculation that Lennon became a supporter of Ronald Reagan in his later years of life; if so, who knows what Lennon would think of the above piece and the current crisis in Europe, considering that Lennon's views transformed dramatically over time. To his credit, he was a thinking man. Even if it took drugs to get him there.