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  • ross1948 17:14 on May 13, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: African art, CBC anti-white bias, , , Picasso, Reverse Racism, Violent savages   

    Why Stick Up For Dead Red Picasso? 


    Museums have long been wary of this period in the artist’s professional life. In an era of ‘cancellation’, it is even more pertinent…

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/art/artists/picassos-primtivist-art-still-acceptable/

    Ooo

    Portrait de Picasso, 1908.jpg

    Picasso in 1908

    Far be it from me to roll up my sleeves on behalf of a long-dead Red – and make no mistake, Picasso was as slimy a Communist as ever there was!

    .…his commitment to the French Communist party (PCF), which he joined in 1944, with great fanfare, and never left.. https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2010/may/08/pablo-picasso-politics-exhibition-tate

    Nor have I ever had a high opinion of his infantile daubing, reminiscent of an excitable 5-year-old’s paint play-time, like that ‘Guernica’ propaganda picture.

    But the quote at the top of the page refers to the fact that because Picasso, among other arty types….

    …thought it might be creative to draw inspiration from ‘African’ influences, some whiney sorts are accusing him of some sin akin to ‘cultural appropriation….’

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    ..a heinous sin, which we have looked at more than once in recent years.

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    What it boils down to is the essentially racist notion that White people should not emulate Black people’s art, culture, clothing or even hair-styles!

    Now would those who resent Picasso’s drawing on Africa for inspiration be similarly aghast if a Congolese or Kenyan artist mimicked Rembrandt, or Hogarth?

    I tend to think not.

    It’s a bit like like ‘reverse racism.’

    CBC says racism against white people “doesn’t exist” https://tnc.news/2022/03/25/cbc-says-racism-against-white-people-doesnt-exist/

    Cultural marxist creeps…

    …like those who control Canada’s tax-funded propaganda system, have the nerve to deny such a concept is possible!

    But let’s go back to hair-styles.

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    While art critics are not usually into violent behaviour, the ‘cultural appropriation’ nonsense is a kind of cancer, which can spread and pose deadly danger to innocent people

    No?

    Read on, please.

    Young Hispanic woman attacked in Boston by large group of black teens for being ‘white b*tch with braids‘  https://thepostmillennial.com/hispanic-girl-attacked-in-boston-by-large-group-of-black-teens-for-being-white-b-tch-with-braids
     
    • JazPen 22:49 on May 13, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      This was interesting to read, much better than some of the recent stories.
      I have no time for modern art anyway but I never knew Picasso was Communist.
      That story you tagged on was an unexpected ending that should make people think but it probably wont.

      Like

    • Chrissie Miles 13:32 on May 14, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      Not many people know Picasso worshipped Marx all his ‘creative’ life, and that Guernica painting was done to help the Communist cause in Spain.

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  • ross1948 12:13 on August 26, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: crimmiigrant muggers, , Violent savages   

    Greece V Ingrate Aliens – Chapter Umpteen! 


    And as if we didn’t already know that letting savages roam freely in the streets of civilised societies was an insanity from the get-go, here’s the latest news from Greece,
    ‘Greek police say they have arrested three migrants allegedly responsible for a fatal mugging in which a man fell to his death from a cliff on a hill popular with tourists in central Athens earlier this month’

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/

    When will they ever learn?

     
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