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Barbarism in the art

Tony-Jeanne D Posted: april 19, 2011 / Modified: may 17, 2011
Barbarism in the art We remain confused when some in the name of art are moved from vandalism perpetrated against this ignominy characterized, representing a crucified man, humiliated, stripped of his humanity, immersed in the degradation product that is urine! This representation can germinate only in a degenerate spirit driven by hate and perversion. The muses who inspire are impotence, infertility, frustration and finally imposture! Are alien to all human values ​​that elevate above its animal nature, that any outcome of a culture built and hierarchical thinking. By displaying his confession, allegedly Christian profession whose liver no cure, Serrano reveals him despite his loathing for any form of sacred. It is noteworthy, however, that this detestation does not extend to other religions and especially Islam! The imposter is unmasked fundamentalist! It is high time to make a «cross» on this pure product of barbarism which, as so aptly Finkielkraut grabbed art! .

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