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Grikkbassturde®™
2019-11-29 13:17:57 UTC
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On Fri, 29 Nov 2019 07:28:10 +0000 (UTC), jew paedophile Baruch
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It's just some fucking jew, folks. Nothing to see here. Move along
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The Peeler
2019-11-29 14:06:27 UTC
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On Fri, 29 Nov 2019 05:17:57 -0800, clinically insane, pedophilic, serbian
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On Fri, 29 Nov 2019 07:28:10 +0000 (UTC), jew paedophile Baruch
<fluhs jew smut/lies/shite>
Flushing your OWN shit finally, dreckserb? Why did it take you so long to
became house-trained? Because of your KNOWN love of shit in all its forms,
pedophilic gay bastard?
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It's just some fucking jew, folks. Nothing to see here. Move along
now and stand clear of the closing doors.
Feeling SOOO desperate, you clinically insane, forlorn, trolling asshole?
WONDERFUL! LOL
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Pedophilic dreckserb Razovic arguing in favour of pedophilia, again:
"A lowering of the age of consent to reflect the rate at which today's
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Michael Ejercito
2019-12-03 15:12:37 UTC
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On Fri, 29 Nov 2019 05:17:57 -0800, clinically insane, pedophilic, serbian
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sexual cripple, making an ass of herself as "Grikkbassturde®™", farted
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On Fri, 29 Nov 2019 07:28:10 +0000 (UTC), jew paedophile Baruch
<fluhs jew smut/lies/shite>
Flushing your OWN shit finally, dreckserb? Why did it take you so long to
became house-trained? Because of your KNOWN love of shit in all its forms,
pedophilic gay bastard?
Indeed.
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It's just some fucking jew, folks. Nothing to see here. Move along
now and stand clear of the closing doors.
Feeling SOOO desperate, you clinically insane, forlorn, trolling asshole?
WONDERFUL! LOL
Of course the mangina is desperate.

Now here is Judith Bergman writing about the self-censorship trap.

http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/14505/self-censorship-artists


The Self-Censorship Trap: Some Artists Walking Right Into It
by Judith Bergman
November 28, 2019 at 5:00 am

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The Index on Censorship has identified what appears to be an overly cautious
approach to commissioning new artwork. "Artists will create the work that
gatekeepers and commissioners will adopt...."

"I love my freedom. I'm aware of the very real threat to that freedom from
Islamic fascism and I'm not going to pander to them or justify it like many
people on the left are doing." — The artist Mimsy, whose artwork was removed
from an exhibit entitled Passion for Freedom at the Mall Gallery, London, on
the grounds that it might be "potentially inflammatory".

This kind of censorship among artists, however, unfortunately, only
contributes to the ever-shrinking space of free expression. Some artists,
evidently, only approve of certain kinds of free expression. They never
appear to consider that a similar boycott might happen to themselves, if
they happen to fall afoul of current political orthodoxy.

"Ai Weiwei should be the first to know that this kind of thinking is
totalitarian.... Political art represents both the struggle and the vaccine
against the culture of silence found in any society. The political artist
breaks down taboos so that the roads are opened for the exchange of thoughts
and ideas between individuals and between citizens and rulers. Therefore,
political art is necessary. And so this exhibition is necessary." — Jon
Eirik Lundberg, curator of the Læsø Art Hall, Denmark.


The kind of censorship among artists that has been exposed at the Læsø Art
Hall, on the Danish island of Læsø, unfortunately only contributes to the
ever-shrinking space of free expression. Some artists, evidently, only
approve of certain kinds of free expression. Pictured: Læsø, Denmark. (Image
source: Nikolaj F. Rasmussen/Flickr)

Index on Censorship, a London-based organization that campaigns for free
expression worldwide, recently launched a new support service for artists,
Arts Censorship Support Service.

The service is apparently intended to "push back against censorship and keep
the space for artistic freedom of expression as wide open as possible",
according to an interview by ArtsProfessional with Associate Arts Producer
Julia Farrington of the Index on Censorship.

The Index on Censorship has identified what in general appears to be an
overly cautious approach to commissioning new artwork. "Artists will create
the work that gatekeepers and commissioners will adopt, and so [the new
service] is a lot to do with making the decision makers, the commissioners,
confident in taking on and challenging their own self-censorship and
organisational censorship," Farrington said. According to her, the pressure
that can be exerted on arts organizations when producing controversial or
challenging work has been greater than ever, in part due to a climate of
online hostility.

"The internet has clearly changed the landscape," she said. "Artists are
definitely in the firing line when it comes to online harassment and abuse".

The support initiative comes six years after the Index on Censorship's major
conference, "Taking the Offensive – defending artistic freedom of expression
in the UK." At that time, in 2013, it was the first "cross-art-form, sector-
wide, national conference on artistic freedom" in the UK. While the
conference was held "to debate the growth of self-censorship in contemporary
culture, the social, political and legal challenges to artistic freedom of
expression and the sources of these new challenges and pressures including
security issues, risk aversion and a growing sensitivity to 'offence'", the
climate for artistic freedom seems not to have improved much, if at all,
since then. If it had, such a support service would now be superfluous.

The Index on Censorship's new support service offers anyone in the UK
cultural sector, employed or self-employed, who is facing an issue of
censorship, assistance with a wide range of issues, including:

"Checking at the earliest stage of production of a new work whether there is
the potential of a legal challenge
"Advising on a communications strategy in support of provocative work
"Advising how to manage hostile media attention directed at an artist,
member of an organisation, or the organisation as a whole
"Providing moral support and guidance on how to deal with the emotional
stress associated with controversy."
The UK has, in recent years, grappled with a string of cases highlighting
the roadblocks for free expression in various forms of art. In 2015, for
instance, police recommended to cancel part of an art exhibition at a London
gallery -- not because of protests but because it might be "potentially
inflammatory". The art installation, ISIS Threaten Sylvania, by an artist
known as Mimsy, was removed from an exhibition called Passion for Freedom at
the Mall Gallery in London. The work, a political satire, featured
children's toys, known as Sylvanian Families. "Far away, in the land of
Sylvania, rabbits, foxes, hedgehogs, mice and all woodland animals have
overcome their differences to live in harmonious peace and tranquility," the
exhibition catalogue states. "MICE-IS, a fundamentalist Islamic terror
group, are threatening to dominate Sylvania, and annihilate every species
that does not submit to their hardline version of sharia law."

ISIS Threaten Sylvania "was removed from the Passion for Freedom exhibition
at the Mall galleries after police raised concerns about the 'potentially
inflammatory content' of the work, informing the organisers that, if they
went ahead with their plans to display it, they would have to pay £36,000
for security for the six-day show." At the time, the curators of the
exhibition said:

"The highlighted work was humorously mocking the despised terrorist
organisation that causes suffering to many, not only in the Middle East, but
also here, in Europe and America."

Mimsy, the artist, said:

"I love my freedom. I'm aware of the very real threat to that freedom from
Islamic fascism and I'm not going to pander to them or justify it like many
people on the left are doing."

The good news is that ISIS Threaten Sylvania is was recently on show, with
the work of other artists, in an exhibition called The Political Art at the
Læsø Art Hall on the Danish island of Læsø. This time, however, Mimsy was
not the issue. Rather, the new stumbling block was the refusal of some
artists even to exhibit their work in the company of colleagues with whom
they politically disagree -- a circumstance no amount of support services
presumably can fix.

The Danish exhibition featured works by celebrated artists such as the
Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei, British Banksy, Gongsan Kim, who is originally
from North Korea, Agnieszka Kolek, and a number of Scandinavian and other
international members of the art world. According to the art gallery's
curator, Jon Eirik Lundberg:

"Political art represents both the struggle and the vaccine against the
culture of silence found in any society. The political artist breaks down
taboos so that the roads are opened for the exchange of thoughts and ideas
between individuals and between citizens and rulers. Therefore, political
art is necessary. And so this exhibition is necessary."

At the last minute, however, according to Lundberg, people connected to Ai
Weiwei, specifically a Danish collector, Jens Faurschou, who owns the
artwork in question, asked that the work not be included in the exhibition
because it also featured the artists Lars Vilks, Dan Park, and Uwe Max
Jensen.

Lars Vilks is a Swedish artist, primarily known for his 2007 cartoon of
Muhammad as a dog. Vilks has since been the target of several terrorist
plots, including a terrorist attack on a conference to support free speech
in Copenhagen in February 2015.

Dan Park, a Swedish street artist, has been imprisoned in Sweden for
producing some of his work. In 2014, he was convicted of defamation and
inciting hatred against an ethnic group, and sentenced to six months for
satirical works that the court claimed depicted Roma and black people in a
racist way. In another incident, in January 2009, Park placed a jar with the
text "Zyklon B" and a swastika outside the Jewish congregation's premises in
Malmö. "No, everyone can't laugh at everything, but I like to joke about
what is forbidden, like the Holocaust and the Mohammed caricatures," Park
said at the time.

Uwe Max Jensen, a Danish performance artist, ran as a political candidate
for the anti-Islamic party Stram Kurs in Denmark's recent elections.

The decision to withdraw Ai Weiwei's piece was taken by Faurschou, the
Danish collector, after he was approached by a journalist from a Danish
newspaper, Weekendavisen. The journalist, Faurschou explained, told him that
the exhibition also included works whose, "values are far removed from Ai
Weiwei and my own values".

After consulting with Ai Weiwei, Faurschou withdrew the work. "Several of
the artists' so-called 'political art' wants to provoke merely for the sake
of provocation and takes freedom of speech hostage in my opinion", Faurschou
said. "That is why I have decided to withdraw the piece from the exhibition.
It is my decision, as I own the artwork". He pointed out that he was in
touch with Ai Weiwei's studio and that the decision was unanimous.

"Ai Weiwei should be the first to know that this kind of thinking is
totalitarian. One cannot simply say that people are a particular way because
they say or publish particular things. That amounts to censorship," said
Lundberg, who emphasized that he himself had not spoken to Ai Weiwei.

"It is absurd", said Uwe Max Jensen. "If you begin to pick art according to
who you agree with politically then you are off the mark". He added: "I am
actually a bit outraged. His [Ai Weiwei's] art is condemned by the Chinese
regime; he knows all about being kept on the outside."

In addition, a handful of Danish artists, who were supposed to have
exhibited their works in an unrelated exhibition at the Læsø Art Hall,
demanded that the works of Dan Park and Uwe Max be removed from the
Political Art exhibition or they would withdraw their works from exhibition
that was scheduled for late 2019.

Artists are obviously free to boycott whomever they choose, and to refuse to
offer their works to exhibitions with participating artists of whom they
disapprove. This kind of censorship among artists, however, unfortunately,
only contributes to the ever-shrinking space of free expression. Some
artists, evidently, only approve of certain kinds of free expression, never
appearing to consider that a similar boycott might happen to themselves if
they happen to fall afoul of current political orthodoxy.

As the Danish literary author Jens-Martin Eriksen said about the refusal of
the Danish artists even to exhibit at the gallery in the later show:

"This practice allows artists to be evaluated first in a closed forum, a
kind of political-ethical council before their works are allowed to see the
light of day... Obviously, the boycotting artists are within their right to
stay away from their own exhibition... But it is new that the artistic scene
has become so polarized that one can no longer perform together and then let
the political discussion and confrontation take place [together] with the
works in the public space."

Judith Bergman, a columnist, lawyer and political analyst, is a
Distinguished Senior Fellow at Gatestone Institute.
The Peeler
2019-12-03 15:52:20 UTC
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Feeling SOOO desperate, you clinically insane, forlorn, trolling asshole?
WONDERFUL! LOL
Of course the mangina is desperate.
The dumb serb bitch is the INCARNATION of DESPERATION! Every letter she
types shouts: desperation, desperation, desperation...

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