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Because that’s the way the soul-less ones want it; keep the vibrations low.   And as well, most people these days have got their faces stuck in their devices; they couldn’t care one way or t

A new thread about the importance of beauty and the decline in architecture. Why do we often create or build things that are an assault on our senses these days? Why can't people have surroundings tha

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On 10/21/2020 at 2:42 PM, EnigmaticWorld said:

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From that to cubism. smh

 

"Cubism is still the most important art movement for the same reason that John D. is still the most important Rockefeller." - Brad Holland

 

What did Brad mean by that?

Same thing happens with Music, and any form of art. Everything goes in line with the system's injection of automat mentality. Emotions are seen as weak, forbidden, not good to have. You are a freak if you express love with sex. Sex must be devoid of love. No love. No beauty. No feelings. That's what it has been for a long time, and now well... there's very little humanity left in the world as we know.

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29 minutes ago, atenea said:

Same thing happens with Music, and any form of art. Everything goes in line with the system's injection of automat mentality. Emotions are seen as weak, forbidden, not good to have. You are a freak if you express love with sex. Sex must be devoid of love. No love. No beauty. No feelings. That's what it has been for a long time, and now well... there's very little humanity left in the world as we know.

 

No likes, but well said.

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The battle to save NYC’s monuments from woke mobs is far from over
https://nypost.com/2021/01/22/the-battle-to-save-nycs-monuments-from-woke-mobs-is-far-from-over/

 

'Where do Andrew Yang and Scott Stringer stand on destroying public art? Who do they think should make those decisions? The people must decide, because these monuments belong to the people. They are ours and we have every right to protect them.'

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