Nutjob Protest “Artist” Covers Wall Street Bull Statue in DILDOS, Climbs Aboard Wearing PUTIN MASK

A so-called artist of no talent believes that Putin controls America. Hence, the idiotic stunt you see above.

Watch a video of the incident embedded after the story.

Huffington Post

Recent visitors to Wall Street to see the famous Charging Bull sculpture got a little something extra on Monday.

On top of the statue sat a shirtless man wearing a mask of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The rest of the bull was covered with a rainbow-colored assortment of sex toys.

A man named Jeff Jetton is taking credit for the prank, interpreted by some as a commentary on how Putin seems to be controlling the United States.

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Woman “Artist” Bitches After Giant NYC Penis Painted Over by Building Owner

Even jaded New Yorkers were disgusted.

There’s talk of police taking action against the Swedish woman who painted this monstrosity without permission on a Jew’s building.

New York Post

She says she got the shaft.

The artist who painted a 4-story-tall penis on a Lower East Side building is crying censorship because it was painted over.

ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF THE ARTIST’S WORK.

“The pieces were commissioned by [Lower East Side art group] The New Allen,” Swedish artist Carolina Falkholt told The Post through a Facebook message after her mural was covered up in gray paint by the building’s owner. “As a trained graffiti writer I am used to my work being censored in different contexts.”

CAROLINA FALKHOLT.

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Renowed Artist Faked Her Claims to be a Jew and a Holocaust Survivor

MUH HOLOCAUST, AS DRAWN BY A FAKE JEW.

Why would a gentile fake being a Jew?

How about for fame and money. Since Jews love to promote other Jews, that old in-group solidarity is something a smart con artist might exploit.

What did the fake Jew, fake Holocaust survivor draw? Well, images of the Holocaust, of course.

Excerpt from DW via archive.is

Born in 1939 in Recklinghausen, in the Ruhr area, Rosemarie Koczy had been living in the US since the mid-1980s until her death in 2007.

The artist presented herself as a Jew who had survived two concentration camps, as she claimed in her memoir published in 2009.

However, through an exhibition of more than 100 of her works bequeathed to the city of Recklinghausen, her life story was revealed to have be forged, as reported by German public radio broadcasters Deutschland Funk and WDR on Wednesday.

Different documents prove forgery

Her name does not appear in lists of camp prisoners, said the director of the city’s archives Matthias Kordes.

Her birth certificate was also found, he explained, and it indicated that her parents and grandparents were Catholics — and not Hungarian Jews as she claimed. “She also had a Catholic baptism,” Kordes added.

The artist further claimed to have been deported to the Traunstein concentration camp, one of Dachau’s subcamps. “That camp was exclusively for men. There weren’t any children there,” the archive director pointed out.

The director of the Kunsthalle Recklingausen museum, Hans-Jürgen Schwalm, defended the artist’s reputation. “She left behind a serious body of work,” he said. She was successful in the 1970s, but never profited from her false identity, which she first began to publicize in the 1990s, the museum director added.

No one knows what drove her to portray herself as a Holocaust victim, Schwalm added.

On show in major museums for her Holocaust memorials

Works by Rosemarie Koczy are part of the collections of the Guggenheim Museum in New York as well as Yad Vashem’s, Israel’s official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust. Her works are however not part of Yad Vashem’s permanent exhibition nor are they currently on display.

“Her works are part of the Yad Vashem Art Collection which contains art created before, during and after the Holocaust by Holocaust victims, survivors and artists who felt inclined to relate to the Shoah,” spokesperson Simmy Allen told DW in a written statement.

“Regardless of Koczy’s contested status as a survivor, her art is a response to the Holocaust and the works continue to be relevant to our collection which is where they shall remain.”

Ink drawings from her series “I Weave You a Shroud,” which pays tribute to Holocaust victims, are at the center of the current exhibition at the Kunsthalle Recklingausen. It is on show through November 19.

Georg Möller, historian and Recklinghausen city councilor, started suspecting her forged identity after he initiated an online memorial book. His research led him to find out that Rosemarie Koczy had a difficult childhood in a dysfunctional family, spending periods in a children’s home in Münsterland.

And so another Holocaust survival story is proven beyond any doubt that it was fake.

I believe that Jewish Holocaust survivors qualify for payments from Germany. Mix in the lure of fame with the lure of money and you have another Holohoax story.

Arthur Szyk: The American Jew Artist Who Helped Propagandize Americans During World War II

By virtue of having his work on the covers of magazines during the second world war, Jewish artist and activist for Jewish causes, was able to make an indelible impression on the minds of Americans during the war.

Excerpt from The Jewish Tabletmag:

For the past several weeks, a second floor gallery at the New-York Historical Society has become what the French would call a boîte à bijoux, a jewel box overflowing with concentrated gem-like images of Jewish heroes and Nazi monsters created by the Polish-Jewish illustrator Arthur Szyk (pronounced Shik).

Most of Szyk’s images were made for reproduction in books, magazines, and newspapers. To see the originals, many of which are surprisingly small opaque watercolors (or gouaches) is to be dazzled by the painter’s technique and the fact that he evidently worked without a magnifying glass.

Szyk (1894-1951) is a singular figure in 20th-century art—at once a remarkable craftsman, a political activist, a successful commercial artist, a ferocious cartoonist, and the inventor of a style closer to medieval illuminated manuscripts than any sort of contemporary expression. He was also an unabashed propagandist with a taste for patriotic pomp and sturdy muskeljuden. All dimensions can be found in Arthur Szyk: Soldier in Art at the Historical Society through Jan. 21, 2018.

The article goes on to analyze Szyk and his work in a way that only Jews can do. Read it if you like, but I’ll complete this post with a few more samples of Szyk’s art.

Oy vey! Looks like America had a Jewish Norman Rockwell working on their minds during the war.

“Johnny Jew from New York” Remark Puts Canadian Politician on the Hot Seat

THE CANDIDATES. WARD SUTHERLAND IS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE TOP ROW.

Simply say the word “Jew” in Canada and you’re in trouble.

Excerpt from CBC.ca

An incumbent candidate for Calgary city council is drawing criticism for comments he made at a public forum in which he refers to a “Johnny Jew from New York” as a hypothetical artist hired under the city’s public art policy.

But after his remark brought condemnation from local Jewish groups, fellow candidates and the general public, Ward Sutherland issued a statement denying that’s what he said.

“During our discussion about public art at the forum I referenced a famous New York designer with the last name of Choo,” Sutherland said in an emailed statement Thursday afternoon, about four hours after CBC News requested an interview to ask him about the controversial comment.

“The point I was hoping to drive home was the importance of utilizing local artists rather than those from abroad.”

Coral Bliss Taylor, a rival candidate who was seated at the front of the forum at the same table as Sutherland, said there was no doubt in her mind about what he said.

“It’s exactly as it sounded. It was very clear,” she said.

“It’s not the language or conduct we need or deserve from our leadership.”

The Wednesday-night forum was live streamed on Facebook with high-quality audio and numerous viewers expressed shock at Sutherland’s comments in real time.

“Johnny Jew? Showing your anti-Semitism,” one person commented immediately in the chat that accompanied the video stream.

“Did he just say Johnny Jew????” added another.

“I doubt that,” another viewer responded.

“That’s what I heard,” said another.

Jimmy Choo shoes

Sutherland agreed to an interview later Thursday afternoon, in which he insisted he didn’t say “Johnny Jew” and wasn’t referring to a fictional person but rather a shoe designer.

“I was thinking about the designer [Jimmy] Choo, who does shoes, and Sex and the City — it’s a show; I have a wife and two daughters — so I was just referring and I just put up a general name,” Sutherland said.

Asked why he would refer specifically to Choo, a Malaysian-born fashion designer based in the United Kingdom whose first name isn’t Johnny, Sutherland said he mixed things up in the heat of the moment.

“I remembered his name with a J. So I said the wrong name with the first name but I know it’s shoes and it’s New York and Sex and the City,” he said.

“Yes I know he doesn’t live in New York but I’m referring to — the other thing in a debate is the thought processes: New York, Sex and the City, the shoes.”

I’ve cut the article off here, but if you click on the link, it goes on and on with condemnation of Sutherland, who probably didn’t even say Jew. But even if he did, so what?

Trump urges Supreme Court: Uphold Right to Refuse Sodomite ‘wedding’ Cakes

JACK PHILLIPS. SAYING NO TO FAGGOTRY CAN GET YOU IN TROUBLE.

Homosexual acts were criminal in some states until the Supreme Court’s Lawrence decision in 2003. They should be recriminalized because they are in opposition to nature. As to trannies, well …

Excerpt from Lifesite News

In a move that LGBT proponents are calling “shocking,” President Trump’s Department of Justice (DOJ) filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of the Colorado baker who was found to have violated the state’s anti-discrimination act for declining to bake a cake to celebrate a “gay wedding.”

In 2012, a gay couple visited the Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado, seeking to commission the creation of a cake for their gay wedding. Owner Jack Phillips declined to make the cake because same-sex “marriage” stands in opposition to his religious beliefs. The two men were not seeking to buy an off-the-shelf product; they wanted Phillips to use his talent to create a unique product – a work of art.

Phillips directed the two men to other shops that could provide such a service for them, which they eventually did. But the angered men later engaged the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to bring a punitive case against Phillips and his business that would compel him to act against his conscience.

Contrary to many news headlines and stories about the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, this issue isn’t about refusing to sell a product to gay customers. It’s about whether or not a state government has the right to compel an artist, under penalty of law, to use his artistry in way that violates his conscience.

In order not to be in violation of the law, Phillips has ceased his custom wedding cake services and has had to release six of his 10 employees.

From the outset of the new administration, the Trump White House and the DOJ have pledged to uphold religious liberty.

“Forcing Phillips to create expression for and participate in a ceremony that violates his sincerely held religious beliefs invades his First Amendment rights,” wrote Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey B. Wall, one of the authors of the Supreme Court brief. “Weddings are sacred rites in the religious realm and profoundly symbolic ceremonies in the secular one.”

The brief, addressed to the nine Supreme Court justices, reminds them that even the majority opinion in the Obergfell case, which legalized same-sex “marriage” across the country, emphasized upholding First Amendment protections for religious objectors:

“[T]he Court has recognized that opposition to same-sex marriage ‘long has been held — and continues to be held — in good faith by reasonable and sincere people,’ and that “[m]any who deem same-sex marriage to be wrong reach that conclusion based on decent and honorable religious or philosophical premises.”

The brief goes on to point out an important irony of the case: “Indeed, when Phillips declined to create a custom wedding cake for Craig and Mullins [the gay couple seeking to commission a wedding cake] in July 2012, Colorado refused to recognize either same-sex marriages or same-sex civil unions … In other words, the State itself did not acknowledge the validity of the union it sought to compel petitioners to celebrate. It was not until October 2014, after federal courts had ruled that Colorado’s same-sex marriage laws were invalid, that the State began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.”

Slate offers a liberal’s view of the right of the state to force bakers to make faggot cakes.

I’m not enough of an expert to know how the Supreme Court will rule. I know that natural law says that no one should be able to compel a business to produce a product that it’s owners do not want to make. Competition in the free market will ensure that sodomites have their cakes. But Christians should not be compelled to make them.

‘Beware of the Jews’ sign is put up in one of London’s largest Orthodox Jewish communities

Oh boy, the press is going crazy over this one, guys.

First, the basic story:

Excerpt from the Daily Mail

A ‘beware of the Jews’ sign has been put up in one of London’s largest Orthodox Jewish communities.

The offensive signage was spotted near a synagogue in the Haredi Jewish enclave of Stamford Hill in north London.

The sign, which features a silhouette of an Orthodox Jewish man with a red border, similar to traffic signs, was reported to Hackney Council by Shomrim N.E. London.

Daily Mail readers thought it was a Charlie Chaplin sign. Many seemed to be mocking the idea that there’s much of a story here.

More from the New Statesman:

A fake warning sign depicting an orthodox Jewish man was found in north London on Tuesday night, 14 March. It was reported as a hate crime, and removed by Hackney Council’s night team soon after it was found.

By Wednesday morning, it was being referred to by local police as an “antisemitic sign”, and investigated as a “religiously aggravated hate crime”. The sign appeared at the junction of Clapton Common and Spring Hill in Stamford Hill, Hackney, near an orthodox synagogue. Stamford Hill is home to one of Europe’s biggest Hasidic communities. The message inferred from the sign, which is a red hazard triangle, was: “Beware the Jews”.

The Guardian reports that the sign was created by an “artist.”

A photographer and artist behind a red-triangle warning sign depicting the silhouette of an Orthodox Jewish man has apologised for causing offence after a Jewish neighbourhood watch group reported it as a hate crime.

Franck Allais, a freelance photographer, said the contentious sign was part of an artistic project, which includes depictions of a woman pulling a shopping trolley, a man pushing his wheelchair and a cat.

Allais said he intended the project to be a comment on identity and that the sign in Stamford Hill, one of the largest Hasidic communities in Europe, was not an antisemitic statement. He said he was left shaken by the offence he had caused.

He said: “It was a project about crossing the road … how everyone is different, everyone has an identity. There is not only one sign in the street. I put more signs up in the street, but only this one got noticed. I am sorry for any offence caused.”

This is how a minor story gets blown out of proportion by the (((press.)))

Bad art isn’t a hate crime.