Saturday, 21 April 2018

A word from Odysseas Elytis

At 'Defend Democracy Press' there's a quote from Odysseas Elytis (Nobel Prize Winner for Literature 1979): 

"It's barbarism. I see it coming masqueraded under lawless alliances and predetermined enslavements. It may not be about Hitler's furnaces, but about the methodical and quasi-scientific subjugation of man. His absolute humiliation. His disgrace." 

 This is not a Trojan Horse, although they do come in 
many shades and colours

Friday, 20 April 2018

Out of the mouths of babes v. Out of the mouths of fools

This is an update to the post below, and to say a big thank you to an 11-year old Syrian boy who exposed those politicians and mainstream media people with their so-called evidence of a chemical attack in Syria, an attack which never happened, as complete fools.

This was a non-attack which led to reprisals and threats against Syria from a US-UK-France groupetto.

The truth is that the children went to the hospital where "figs and cakes" were available in an upstairs room, only to suddenly find themselves being doused in cold water in front of a man with a video camera.

Doctors confirmed the boy's version of events and said that the so-called white helmets had staged the whole thing, and that there was no chemical attack.

One particular leader, the French one, took obvious pride in his country's role in the revenge attack and claimed he had solid evidence that chemical weapons were used by the Syrian government.

Let him produce it! He will not. Or cannot.

Is he the biggest fool?  Who can say? Investigative mainstream journalism in Britain is an animal threatened with extinction.

At the time I posted the post below this only Robert Fisk of the Independent was reporting for Britain.

The few trying to bring us the truth about current events, a truth which does not fit with the globalist agenda, risk being hounded and persecuted.

Children Reporting Truth.

That's the real headline.

On the BBC App under 'Top Stories' there's been little or nothing in the past few days about this curious event that risked a world war.

People in 39 countries trust their news media more than the Brits trust theirs. (Reporters without Borders latest stats).

Thursday, 19 April 2018

Pull our other legs, they've got bells on.

Two journalists, one from the US and one from the UK, have independently visited the Syrian chemical attack hospital and the neighbourhood shown on Mainstream Propaganda TV. 

Both journalists have spoken with doctors and dozens of local people chosen at random.   All people questioned gave the same reply: There was no chemical attack. 

Underneath the town according to the reporters there are tunnels, and large quantities of weapons.

The other week Mr. Macron told the world he had the proof for the chemical attack and he even boasted that he was the man who persuaded the US President to change his mind.

I think we've been down this road before. 

I recently watched the documentary The Killings of Tony Blair.

It makes interesting viewing.

Let us pray.

Monday, 16 April 2018

Pre-Columbian Art (2)

Here is the second and final assortment of pieces. The following include masks, deities, animals, drinking vessels and a bowl.  

Fortunately I saved them to a computer before carelessly losing my camera!  

All artifacts displayed are behind glass and many are brightly illuminated. 

Photography without flash is allowed, but due to their positioning I found some of the exhibits easier to photograph than others.  

That's it. My favourite 16 exhibits currently on show at Venice's Institute of Science and Letters (incidentally founded by Napoleon). Hope you've enjoyed them! 

Pre-Columbian Art (1)

Currently there is a Pre-Columbian Exhibition at the Institute of Science & Letters in Venezia. In this post I will show some decorated cups and vases from South and Central America. The exhibition features objects from several countries including Peru, Guatemala, Ecuador, Honduras and Mexico. 

It's a complete mystery to me why the marching hoards make their way in their noisy numbers beating a trail to the nearby Guggenheim Museum while completely ignoring exhibitions like this one or the one of the Chinese Caves which I featured recently. But I'm glad they do so. It means I can contemplate and appreciate these works in an atmosphere of peace and quiet. 

More treasures from the past in an upcoming post. 

Saturday, 14 April 2018

Why are we here?

How to make a Buddha

1. Assemble some sticks:

2. Add straw and string:

3: And some clay:

Here are some figures made earlier: 

Here is the King of the South:

Here is the King of the North

The exhibition is at the University of Venezia and admission is free.