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Anti-white art exhibition supported by Vancouverites

In today's report, Rebel News reporter Drea Humphrey walks through a white-shaming art exhibit inside the Vancouver Art Gallery and interviews bystanders to get their opinion of it.

 

 

 

I had heard about it, but couldn’t believe it was true until my eyes actually saw it, and now you can too.

In today's report, I walk you through the overtly racist 'art' exhibition that occupied the third floor of the Vancouver Art Gallery until February fourth.

 

If you're white, or as one of the pieces in 'The Conceptions of White' exhibit says, “If you're the problem,” then I honestly don't know how you could walk through this exhibit without feeling anger, shame, or both.

 

 

The exhibit, created by Hampton and Lillian O'Brien-David, features white-shaming art from a variety of artists, claiming to examine "ways in which whiteness and the white race have shaped the world."

 

Some of the ways in which the exhibit apparently does this are by having white people look at themselves on an iPad that tells them they are "undeserving" next to a caption that reads, "find out if you're privileged or just lucky." 

 

Another way is to racially profile white people by having them use an "Aryan recognition tool" set up next to images of Nazis.

 

After scanning my image, the machine told me, a Black and Indigenous woman, that I was 38% Aryan, which, to me, proves the whole system is rigged to make any white person participating feel like a piece of unworthy trash.

 

But I guess I'm old school and think people should be judged by their character and not the colour of their skin, because when I asked people walking near the Art Gallery what their thoughts were about some of the tax-funded art inside, they were all supportive of it.

 

Thankfully, the exhibit, which was in Ontario last year, has left Vancouver ... for now.

 

We've saved you the $30.00 entry fee and step into the woke Twilight Zone with me by clicking on the full video report to see the exhibit yourself. Be sure to tell me what your thoughts are about it in the comments.

 

State-choice media and the Trudeau-Funded Anti-Hate Network have failed to inform the public about this shameful display of racism.

 

If you appreciate that Rebel News doesn't hold back from reporting on the truth, please consider donating what you can here to help us cover the expenses involved in doing so.

 

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Dear Paul,

 

I can't believe what I saw here…

 

The Vancouver Art Gallery was the most recent Canadian museum to showcase white-shaming art, which features some of the worst and most toxic woke ideas about race you will ever encounter.

 

"The Conceptions of White" exhibit claims to examine "ways in which whiteness and the white race have shaped the world." Naturally, the exhibit is publicly funded, using your tax dollars to promote extreme and dehumanizing ideas about white people.

 

If you're confused about all this, you can read the Frequently Asked Questions section at the exhibit, which states that "White people" are NOT real. And if you want to find out when they were invented, you can learn that there too!

You have to see this for yourself, including the reactions of the people at the museum.

 

 

Anti-white art exhibition supported by Vancouverites

 

Some of the most vile displays I saw were centred on self-censorship, the silencing of white people, and the concepts of collective white guilt for things like colonialism. The "Aryan analysis" tool also gave me the creeps and surveillance state vibes.

 

The levels of self-hate being taught here, and strangely supported by the very people it condemns as "privileged," was impossible to believe.

 

(See the report right here — and please help me share it with others.)

 

For all the talk in this country from politicians and mainstream media about stopping hate, somehow an exhibit like this is perfectly fine. I'm still waiting to hear what the Anti-Hate Network has to say…

 

Paul, how do you feel about this?

 

Yours truly,

 

Drea Humphrey

 

P.S. What I saw at this exhibit was atrocious — it's not OK to be racist to others, no matter what race they are. Why is our government funding this?

 

P.P.S. At Rebel News, we don't back down to get the other side of the story. If you appreciate that Rebel News doesn't hold back from reporting on the truth, please consider donating what you can right here to help us cover the expenses involved in doing so.

 

 

Dear Mihail,

 

Yes, I heard about this exhibit early last month while attending a friend's birthday celebration at her home.
 
Someone had gone to the exhibit. and I was in shock but then not really anymore!
 
It's when I then brought up the fact that UBC now has a special beautiful new lounge that was built just for Black Students.
 
My friend had another friend at her birthday celebration, who teaches at the Sauder School of Business. She was not even aware of the lounge for Black Only Students.
 
Campuses around the country are also conducting Black only graduations in the various faculties. If this is not segregation, I don;t know what is anymore?
 
We have now been dividing people in this country and in the USA.
 
Now it's racism against caucasians!
 
My question is,, why did we not have special graduation ceremonies for those who were of Ukrainian, German, Italian, French. Irish, Romanian ethnicity,etc.? 
 
A very sad state of affairs to say the least as to what is happening in North America. The rest of the world thinks we are crazy! 
 
Then there is the new ruling at the University of Western Ontario about hiring at UWO that has me up in arms that I contacted the Alumni Dept.! 
 
Blessings,
EM
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In response to "The Conceptions of White" exhibit at The Vancouver Art Gallery, groups of local artists and performers in cities around the world, could organize public displays to raise awareness in this current divisive social climate we're presently experiencing.

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In his introduction to the book Absurd Drama (1965), Esslin wrote: 
 
The Theatre of the Absurd attacks the comfortable certainties of religious or political orthodoxy. It aims to shock its audience out of complacency, to bring it face to face with the harsh facts of the human situation as these writers see it. But the challenge behind this message is anything but one of despair. It is a challenge to accept the human condition as it is, in all its mystery and absurdity, and to bear it with dignity, nobly, responsibly; precisely because there are no easy solutions to the mysteries of existence, because ultimately man is alone in a meaningless world. The shedding of easy solutions, of comforting illusions, may be painful, but it leaves behind it a sense of freedom and relief. And that is why, in the last resort, the Theatre of the Absurd does not provoke tears of despair but the laughter of liberation.[5]

 

 

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Having Fun with Identity Politics 
phrasal verb. identify as something. to recognize or decide that you belong to a particular category synonym self-identify. young people who identify as transgender.  
 
Sample Categories 
 
Feel free to use it if you like.
 
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Just think of it, we can be whatever we want.
 
For example, on Mondays for my profession, I like to identify as a medical doctor, even though I don't have a license to practice medicine.
 
And as one of Santa's elves, I'm also a polygender, transracial person of Chinese ancestry, who now identifies as a socialist British man on welfare.
 
Based on the chart below, on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Fridays ... as a Black person I can take advantage of the lounge for Black Only Students at UBC.
 
Despite the fact that I'm not a registered student, and I live on the other side of Canada, I could always identify as one.
 
Oh by the way, you can't challenge me on any of this otherwise I'll sue you for discrimination.
 
Would you like to make an appointment to see me on Monday?
 
At a location near you,
 
Dr. Nigel Holmes 
The Kook's Klinic
 
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People should only be judged on how they behave and how they treat others. Those exhibits are designed to get people angry and divided. They are also designed to make you identify with your body and become determined to identify with your body as a position or argument. 

 

The best reaction is no reaction. Don't give the system what it wants.

 

It's like a child swearing to get your attention.

 

Recognise when someone is trying to manipulate you, because that is all that exhibit is trying to do. 

 

Anger, shame and fear feeds them.

 

Those people must be idiots to pay $30.00 to see that exhibition. 😆

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Is that a Palestinian flag in the background? 

 

Is the man being interviewed wearing a Palestinian keffiyeh around his neck?

 

The Palestinian keffiyeh (Arabicكوفية kūfiyya) is a distinctly patterned black-and-white keffiyeh. Since the beginning of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, it has become a prominent symbol of Palestinian nationalism, dating back to the 1936–1939 Arab revolt in Palestine. Outside of the Middle East and North Africa, the keffiyeh first gained popularity among pro-Palestinian activists; it is widely considered to be an icon of solidarity with the Palestinians in their fight against Israel.

 

Watch video @ 2:39

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9 hours ago, The OC said:

Is that a Palestinian flag in the background? 

 

Is the man being interviewed wearing a Palestinian keffiyeh around his neck?

 

The Palestinian keffiyeh (Arabicكوفية kūfiyya) is a distinctly patterned black-and-white keffiyeh. Since the beginning of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, it has become a prominent symbol of Palestinian nationalism, dating back to the 1936–1939 Arab revolt in Palestine. Outside of the Middle East and North Africa, the keffiyeh first gained popularity among pro-Palestinian activists; it is widely considered to be an icon of solidarity with the Palestinians in their fight against Israel.

 

Watch video @ 2:39

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That facial recognition is eerily similar to Nazis using phrenology to classify people into races. Fascism takes many forms. 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racial_policy_of_Nazi_Germany

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phrenology

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10 hours ago, Campion said:

 

 

That facial recognition is eerily similar to Nazis using phrenology to classify people into races. Fascism takes many forms. 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racial_policy_of_Nazi_Germany

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phrenology

 

"The exhibit is publicly funded, using British Columbian's tax dollars to promote extreme and dehumanizing ideas about white people."

 

How does The Vancouver Art Gallery and these artists get away with pulling a stunt like this?

 

 

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12 minutes ago, The OC said:

How does The Vancouver Art Gallery and these artists get away with pulling a stunt like this?

 

Quite easily, if the short interviews are anything to go by. I guess if there's enough whites willing to pay $30 to have pseudo-intellectual mud thrown at them and take it, then someone's going to do it. It's hard to say how representative of Canadians they are though. 

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On 2/10/2024 at 3:37 PM, The OC said:
In response to "The Conceptions of White" exhibit at The Vancouver Art Gallery, groups of local artists and performers in cities around the world, could organize public displays to raise awareness in this current divisive social climate we're presently experiencing.

 

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Pop Culture
 
Here are three examples for your review:
 
 
 
While it’s hard to pick the best of Roger’s many great personas, here is a sampling of fan-favorite characters such as Ricky Spanish, Tearjerker, Legman, General Juanito Pequeño, and Jeannie Gold.
 
 
[2] - Mrs. Dubcek's daughter Vicki returns for her high school reunion and Harry escorts her as her date. 
 
 
4.png.bf7a7cac73b2db5695ac4afb6899d93e.png
 
 
5.gif.e13412b844f663687140717e805bad7a.gif
 
Having Fun with Identity Politics 
phrasal verb. identify as something. to recognize or decide that you belong to a particular category synonym self-identify. young people who identify as transgender.  
 
Sample Categories 
 
Feel free to use it if you like.
 
6.png.7cec7a2b23390c6579c0e0e3b77e952c.png
 
Just think of it, we can be whatever we want.
 
For example, on Mondays for my profession, I like to identify as a medical doctor, even though I don't have a license to practice medicine.
 
And as one of Santa's elves, I'm also a polygender, transracial person of Chinese ancestry, who now identifies as a socialist British man on welfare.
 
Based on the chart below, on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Fridays ... as a Black person I can take advantage of the lounge for Black Only Students at UBC.
 
Despite the fact that I'm not a registered student, and I live on the other side of Canada, I could always identify as one.
 
Oh by the way, you can't challenge me on any of this otherwise I'll sue you for discrimination.
 
Would you like to make an appointment to see me on Monday?
 
At a location near you,
 
Dr. Nigel Holmes 
The Kook's Klinic
 
7.png.b688c9319fa65449f79a73b0ec483b73.png
 
 
 

 

 

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It's not just the propaganda, it's a toxic chemical exposure component to this as well.

 

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Which groups can challenge this study? 

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Welcome to the lunatic fringe of identity politics ...
 
transracial person is one who identifies as a different race than the one associated with their biological ancestry. They may adjust their appearance to make themselves look more like that race, and may participate in activities associated with that race. Use of the word transracial to describe this is new and has been criticized, because the word was historically used to describe a person raised by adoptive parents of a different ethnic or racial background, such as a Black child adopted and raised by a White couple.
 
Or a white child adopted and raised by a Black couple.
 

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Hailed as one of the funniest movies of all time, The Jerk stars Steve Martin as Navin Johnson, the adopted son of a poor black sharecropping family in Mississippi. When he learns that the world is a much bigger place than he'd ever imagined, Navin sets out on a quest to find his "special purpose." His adventures lead him to encounter a would-be assassin, jobs in carnivals and gas stations, a life-saving dog, romance with the girl of his dreams and more money than he could ever spend. But his life in the clouds may come crashing down when the source of his new fame and fortune creates disastrous side effects.

 

 
 
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How do you self identify as indigenous?
Anyone can self-identify as an Indigenous person if they believe they are related to or descended from the Original peoples of Canada.
So, it's a matter of someone's belief, not their biological ancestry which makes someone indigenous in Canada.  
 
In his introduction to the book Absurd Drama (1965), Esslin wrote: 
The Theatre of the Absurd attacks the comfortable certainties of religious or political orthodoxy. It aims to shock its audience out of complacency, to bring it face to face with the harsh facts of the human situation as these writers see it. But the challenge behind this message is anything but one of despair. It is a challenge to accept the human condition as it is, in all its mystery and absurdity, and to bear it with dignity, nobly, responsibly; precisely because there are no easy solutions to the mysteries of existence, because ultimately man is alone in a meaningless world. The shedding of easy solutions, of comforting illusions, may be painful, but it leaves behind it a sense of freedom and relief. And that is why, in the last resort, the Theatre of the Absurd does not provoke tears of despair but the laughter of liberation.[5] 
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On 2/10/2024 at 11:04 AM, The OC said:

Anti-white art exhibition supported by Vancouverites

In today's report, Rebel News reporter Drea Humphrey walks through a white-shaming art exhibit inside the Vancouver Art Gallery and interviews bystanders to get their opinion of it.

 

 

 

I had heard about it, but couldn’t believe it was true until my eyes actually saw it, and now you can too.

In today's report, I walk you through the overtly racist 'art' exhibition that occupied the third floor of the Vancouver Art Gallery until February fourth.

 

If you're white, or as one of the pieces in 'The Conceptions of White' exhibit says, “If you're the problem,” then I honestly don't know how you could walk through this exhibit without feeling anger, shame, or both.

 

 

The exhibit, created by Hampton and Lillian O'Brien-David, features white-shaming art from a variety of artists, claiming to examine "ways in which whiteness and the white race have shaped the world."

 

Some of the ways in which the exhibit apparently does this are by having white people look at themselves on an iPad that tells them they are "undeserving" next to a caption that reads, "find out if you're privileged or just lucky." 

 

Another way is to racially profile white people by having them use an "Aryan recognition tool" set up next to images of Nazis.

 

After scanning my image, the machine told me, a Black and Indigenous woman, that I was 38% Aryan, which, to me, proves the whole system is rigged to make any white person participating feel like a piece of unworthy trash.

 

But I guess I'm old school and think people should be judged by their character and not the colour of their skin, because when I asked people walking near the Art Gallery what their thoughts were about some of the tax-funded art inside, they were all supportive of it.

 

Thankfully, the exhibit, which was in Ontario last year, has left Vancouver ... for now.

 

We've saved you the $30.00 entry fee and step into the woke Twilight Zone with me by clicking on the full video report to see the exhibit yourself. Be sure to tell me what your thoughts are about it in the comments.

 

State-choice media and the Trudeau-Funded Anti-Hate Network have failed to inform the public about this shameful display of racism.

 

If you appreciate that Rebel News doesn't hold back from reporting on the truth, please consider donating what you can here to help us cover the expenses involved in doing so.


 

It's essential to note that public opinion on such exhibits can vary widely, and interpretations of their effectiveness may differ. Some may view them as important tools for raising awareness and fostering discussions about racism, while others may find them offensive or counterproductive.

If you have specific questions or if there's a particular aspect you'd like further information on, feel free to specify.

 

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