…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger
We mentioned the problems of non-gevernment approved, politically incorrect artists in Australia before: Black Art in Blue Mountains, 18-06-2011 and Katoomba to Canberra – the same mentality, 02-02-2012. Those brave people are still fighting:
Aboriginal Violence in Forbidden Art Book
In response to Aboriginal violence against non-Aboriginal artists, a group of intellectuals offered support to the ModroGorje gallery owners and their artists. Their articles and some of the documents illustrating the extent of the damage done by political correctness in Australia were published in Europe, now available for a free download at:
1. for the Australian Government and its relevant departments to conduct an enquiry into the conduct of public agencies and taxpayer funded organisations as shown in Part 3 of the book, and for a de-funding of the Arts Law Centre of Australia and other organisations who misuse public funding for inappropriate purposes.
2. for the Federal and State Governments to re-examine their Aboriginal policy and whether the titles of “traditional owners” and “first people” for Aborigines are being grossly misused. These honorary titles, a gesture of goodwill and appreciation, are being used by violent elements to trespass on private property, vandalise privately owned art, and terrorise people in their own homes. Apart from being factually dubious, these misleading titles are also used by local authorities such as the Blue Mountains Council, as well as by Government-funded bodies and Aboriginal organisations to enforce censorship, harass people and deny Australians their freedom of expression, as evidenced in Part 3.
To find out more about politically-enforced fabrication of Australian archaeology, you might wish to read the following articles published in the American Pleistocene Coalition News.