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originally posted by: LockedUp2Morrow
a reply to: ThreeDots yeah but art doesn't go by your standards, unfortunately
originally posted by: ThreeDots
For anyone who finds it interesting here is the building for which Hirst won an award...building of the year?
I can walk around Glasgow right now, and see old gothic/victorian buildings that are over a century old that absolutely wipe the floor with this baked-brick monstrosity.
These people are only artists because they're surrounded by idiots who constantly tell them they're artists.
originally posted by: ghostrager
Cernovich is bringing a lot of attention to it and just did a live broadcast that 11,000 people watched already in just 1/2 an hour.
The afternoon before Clinton’s speech, Mike Cernovich, a thick-chested white man in his late thirties, sitting on a veranda in Southern California, opened the live-streaming app Periscope on his iPad and filmed a video called “How to fight back against Sick Hillary and the #ClintonNewsNetwork.” By “Clinton News Network,” he meant CNN and other corporate media outlets. The word “sick” described Clinton morally and physically: Cernovich was among the first to insinuate publicly that Clinton had a grave neurological condition, and that the media was covering it up. By “fight back,” he meant, basically, tweeting. Internet activism is sometimes derided as “slacktivism”—a fair characterization when an online campaign tries to, say, cure aids or end child labor. When the goal is to seed social media with misinformation, though, online organizing can be shockingly effective [...]
Cernovich wore a plaid shirt, partially unbuttoned to display his chest hair. Visible behind him were a swimming pool, trimmed boxwoods, and a mountain glowing in the afternoon sun. (@CanadaUncuck: “nice pool.”) Cernovich often blogs about fitness, and he publishes self-help books for men. He also writes about how to build a personal brand online; his maxims include “Conflict is attention” and “Attention is influence.” Although he doesn’t appear on Fox News or syndicated radio shows, he is an expert at using social media to drive alt-right ideas into the heart of American political discourse.
originally posted by: IAMTAT
The ritualistic elements of this "art" absolutely have connections to ancient Egyptian (and before that-Sumerian) religious cultism.
Podesta holds up two hands---marked with a '14' and a 'Fish'.---This is cult of Isis.
Osiris was cut into 14 pieces and his penis was eaten by a fish.
Isis scoured the world to reunite his body parts...in order to resurrect him to god status again.
Podesta is signifying in that 'hands up' photo...that he has gone through the ritual of resurrection...and is now godlike.
The cult of Isis also involved the 'Starfire' ritual which involved the drinking of virgin menstrual blood...to resurrect the god inside the man.
The blood was taken from the 7 vestal virgins (known as priestesses and also called 'The Scarlet Women'---we know what that term evolved into over millennia).
Abramovic is assuming the role of Isis as this cult's leader.
Edit: Later, the cult of Isis...became the cult of the Black Madonna...It...and it's rituals have become a mainstay of secret occult societies.
(There is photo of Abramovic dressed and posed as Madonna (Dressed in Black)...holding a naked infant girl...and pointing to her genitals).
Naturally, (even though it's 'Art')---I won't post it.
originally posted by: TheFlyOnTheWall
a reply to: UKTruth
K this b*** is starting to bug me now. First she was entertaining cause she's crazy, then this. Her new "performance" soon wtf?
I like dogs better than people actually and she needs to step the F away.
I just want to add. People who commit sex crimes against children are usually involved with hurting animals. Got that from Cathy O'brien.