urprisingly the BBC propaganda machine accurately reports that Shropshire is spending even more money - now more than £1 million - on its own special piece of ugly meaningless art. In this case a 40ft high stone arch called the Quantun Leap, to supposedly celebrate the birth of Charles Darwin.
Despite the volume of evidence that I have already presented in relation to the organisation, Common Purpose, one issue is becoming increasingly clear - The British Media generally neglects to inform the British public of its' activities and has also failed to educate its' readership in relation to the the United Nations Agenda 21 programme.
Last night's Channel 4 Dispatches "documentary" was a classic example of a multi-purpose psychological operation, designed to minimise any urges we may have towards activism, while at the same time softening us up to yet more social profiling and the idea of energy austerity.
By means of beauty all beautiful things become beautiful. For this appears to me the safest answer to give both to myself and others; and adhering to this, I think that I shall never fall, but that it is a safe answer both for me and anyone else to give — that by means of beauty beautiful things become beautiful. Socrates, quoted by Plato, “Phaedo”
Britain's cultural life is under attack again. The British Museum is hosting this disgusting waste of time and money, as part of an exhibition called "Statuephilia."