From the large scale WHITE MALE PRIVILEGE SERIES.
Yet another hero, heroine, heroin dedication. Also dedicated to all idiot, fascist, victimologist, "revisionist", head-buried-deep-in-your-ass, filmmakers named Raoul, and also ... Idi Amin who apparently disliked human flesh because it tasted "too salty", and the Black Kings of Benin (West African Slave Coast) who "decorated" their palace with the severed heads of their own black slaves (only after Benin became a French Colony, and American and British War Ships patrolled the West African Coast, did the Benin Slave Trade come to an end ... just as Mussolini was the first to forbid the Slave Trade of Abyssinia under threat of the death penalty ... nevertheless, an estimated 30% of the population of Mauritanian are STILL slaves, and female genital mutilation and Voodoo practices still abound in Black Sub-Sahara Africa today, along with the world-wide highest percentages of political corruption, murder, and rape)... yes ... please read "Colonialism Revisited 101 A". Reality, as we all know, is not politically correct nor compatible with Postmodern Marxist Victimology Narratives and if it wasn't for all these graves, Europe would be nothing but a V.L.G.C. (Very Large Gas Chamber) today, ... at least all these thousands of brave HETEROSEXUAL WHITE MEN did not die in vain.
A postmodern privileged white male outing into the social constructionist "imagined worlds of human social existence and social activity."
"... ask not what your country can do for you ...", etc.
Oh yes, ... what a wonderful speech.
I believe I have an appropriate retort ;
"Fuck Hugh Mr. President !"
Yes ... there are NO FACTS ... only INTERPRETATIONS as the great Nietzsche observed ... but nevertheless ... some people are not very interested in German Philosophy. This is part of the billboard-sized WHITE MALE PRIVILEGE series.
This was the "Thanatos" section of the Barlach Gallery show ... separated from the "Eros" section by Neon Halo Sculptures ... during the music performance of the exhibition, my "TRANQUILITY BASS RIP OFF OVERTURE" score, (performed by 7 musicians ... 3 basses, 3 guitars, and drums) ... this was the drum section.