Posted by The G on January 11, 2011 under Street Art | Comments are off for this article

Photo by G.



This brings up a couple of things:  1.  Is Shepard Fairey allowed to sue for ripping off his “Hope” image?  2. For those who relied on a politician for “hope,” rather than relying on yourselves for your ultimate happiness, I’ll bet the last couple of years has really shut (the collective) you up.  When people think Democrats versus Republicans because you have to “choose” a side, I say, vote for yourself or write in Yoda for President.  That would send a bigger message to the powers that be.  For the record, I’m much happier to see Obama in office than the other schmuck that ran for office, but please tell me WHEN the last time a politician delivered the bill of goods he or she promised that helped get them elected into office?!  That’s what I thought.  Looking forward to all the hate mail I’m about to get.

Happy Birthday, Barack Obama

Posted by The G on August 4, 2010 under Street Art | 4 Comments to Read

Photo by G.  Artist Unkown, but what is known is that he doesn’t like the birthday boy.

Obama = Jimmy Carter

Happy birthday Mister President.  Clearly the above street artist isn’t diggin’ Barack Obama.  They are calling him a Socialist, Fascist, Street Organizer, Agitator and America hater.  I don’t know if he is any of these things, but what I do know is that he’s a puppet.

Personally, having exposed myself to alternative forms of media, I can tell you this much about my opinion on Obama.  It’s certainly not the popular opinion and I wish I didn’t feel this way, but I don’t know how it’s possible to see things in any other way. Organizations like the Bilderback Group and many others ACTUALLY rule the world and the public is given figureheads such as the President to make it look like we don’t live in a total evil dictatorship. It’s that “let’s try and distract everyone with gadgets so as not to make people realize that 1% of the world controls the other 99% because when they figure it out, they’re going to fucking kill us!” theory.  It’s working like a charm, according2g.  Just go out to a public place some time and watch people text messaging instead of having social interaction.  It’s really scary!  The men that are high up in these organizations are a bunch of rich old white men that are racist and sexist and everything -ist, so how on earth could they have allowed a man of color to get into such a powerful position if he’s not a puppet designed to distract us while horrible stuff is going on behind the scenes?  Don’t forget that in this country, we are a long way off from people having equal rights.  Something doesn’t add up.  I really hope I am wrong and I am certainly happier to look at Obama’s face versus the other options we’ve been given in this “democracy.”  I just don’t like propaganda that gives the sheep of the world a false sense of hope.  The late George Carlin has famously said “the reason they call it the American Dream is because you have to be asleep to believe it.”  If any of the above things are “news” to you, my suggestion is that you immediately put down the celebrity gossip, unplug from your I-phone and get your head out of your ass.  We, the enslaved 99%  have the power to turn the tables on the 1% that are ruling our lives.  It just takes a real leader to emerge and people will follow.  It’s getting harder and harder to survive in a world that is filled with abundance. That doesn’t make any sense, does it?

And many happy returns.

New World Order

Posted by The G on August 20, 2009 under Street Art | 2 Comments to Read

Obama stars in "New World Order."  Photo by G.

Obama stars in "New World Order." Photo by G.

Maybe you’ve already seen this street art in your city.  This is when that cliche “a picture’s worth a thousand words” comes into play.

What are your thoughts on this pretty bold statement?

If you have nothing to say, let me give you a piece of advice that the sagely Jim Morrison once said: WAKE UP!

Mandela Day Photos – Nelson Mandela and Barack Obama

Posted by The G on July 19, 2009 under G Reviews | 2 Comments to Read

By looking at the following photos, you agree to do random acts of kindness, no matter how small, to make the world a better place.

Nelson Mandela recorded a special message for the Mandela Day Concert.

Nelson Mandela recorded a special message for the Mandela Day Concert.

Barack Obama taped a special message for the Mandela Day Concert.
Barack Obama taped a special message for the Mandela Day Concert.

Neither Nelson Mandela or Barack Obama could attend the Mandela Day concert at Radio City Music Hall, but they both taped exclusive messages for the show.  Both encouraged peace and doing anything you can to improve the world.  Savor this moment, I am in complete agreement with a politician.  Also, don’t you think Nelson Mandela looks foxy in his zebra-print outfit?

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