15 May, 2018

Online Book

Posted by Socrates in art, jewed art, modern art, Socrates at 12:29 pm | Permanent Link

“The Painted Word” (1975) by Tom Wolfe, who died on May 14th, 2018 [a .PDF file].

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  7. 4 Responses to “Online Book”

    1. Thom McQueen Says:

      Was it Tom Wolfe as wrote the book about Flying Saucers have landed?

    2. Antagonistes Says:

      Thom, that book was called “Flying Saucers—Here and Now!”

      A good read. One of Tom Wolfe’s best.

    3. Pierre Says:

      E. Michael Jones has a great chapter on this topic in his book, The Jews and Moral Subversion. Here are a few quotes from his book: “Conceptual art isn’t art, but it is Jewish. It signals the culmination of the Jewish takeover of modern art. Conceptual art requires no ability, talent or skill. That’s why Jews gravitate toward it and promote it.”
      As noted by Jones, Israel Shamir in another fantastic article in his book, Cabal of Power, points out that: “The Jews were extremely ill-equipped in their conquest of Olympus. For many generations, Jews never entered churches and hardly ever saw paintings. They were conditioned to reject image as part of their rejection of idols. In the course of a two thousand-year-long selection process, the visual gifts of Jews were not developed, as opposed to the abilities to learn, argue, and convince, honed to perfection in the talmudic environment.”
      In short, this would explain why the painted word (art theory) was so powerful.

    4. Antagonistes Says:

      Pictures and sculptures are more powerful than words.

      The fact that the goyim let the Jews convince them otherwise is just another indication the most of us are dumb cattle.

      It is necessary that we admit the truth of this.