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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

How The Left lost Iraq, exhibit 4,928,502

One of The Left's most enduring triumphs is wresting art away from God and perverting it into a means of debasing His Glory. How can Our Nation hope to be a beacon of Righteousness when our cultural artifacts are little more than anti-American pornography masquerading as high-concept abstractions? And how can President Bush hope to make freedom less untidy with abominations like this sprouting up all over Iraq?
The sculpture that replaced the statue of Saddam Hussein toppled three years ago is supposed to represent freedom. But many Iraqis say it has little meaning when fear, violence and uncertainty dominate their lives.

"It has no meaning because there is no freedom," said Mohammed Ahmed, who operates a currency exchange shop nearby.

The modernist structure, with branches reaching up toward the sky and a crescent moon shape balancing a ball, sits on top of a concrete cylinder that once held a larger-than-life replica of Saddam wearing a suit, his right arm stretched out.
Naturally, the Jews & homosexuals who make up the Cultural Elite will sneer at my suggestions, but let there be now doubt about it: Until contemporary art expels its Satanic core and embraces Our Chrisitan Heritage, Freedom will remain hobbled in Iraq. I humbly propose the following crude rendering as a means of exalting The Lord's Majesty and finally vanquishing the enemies of Freedom:

Praise Him!


  • At April 11, 2006 10:40 AM, Blogger glenda said…

    Lovely, just lovely.

  • At April 12, 2006 4:50 AM, Blogger Jake - but not the one said…

    One guy said, things are better now than before - we have freedom of speech now. We need a statue that speaks to that.

    I liked that. I like the spirit of optimism, even just a little, conveyed in those few words.


  • At April 12, 2006 8:40 PM, Blogger Sister Nancy Beth Eczema said…

    Glenda: Thank you. I loved you in Wizard of Oz!

    Jake: It is my firm belief that once Freedom finally takes root, Iraqi art & culture will enjoy a renaissance, and its artists will produce all sorts of works exposing the treason of the American Left.


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