Saturday, December 31, 2005

The EU Descent Into Amateur Porn

I am not a prude. Really, but I have never liked people who burn our flag and I consider the artworks pictured here, and recently billboarded in Austria distasteful, cynical and vulgar. Perhaps vulgar is what they mean by the term 'porn' in this recent news article at the BBC. Porn to me is the 'hardstuff', and anyone who has been to Europe knows European TV and films are far more racy than the US, but we're working on it!





What is also amusing in a 'I knew it.' way is the excuses the artists give. Even so, let them have their posters, just don't do it on the taxpayer's EU dime.

Isn't it ironic how Europe is being torn apart by the Muslims and ultraliberals. They are so opposite. You know the Mohammedans are just disgusted with the infidel's filth, truly they are najis. They wonder how much longer must they tolerate this oppression and the infidel's wicked ways.


Artists remove Austria sex poster BBC

Controversial images of Queen Elizabeth II, George W Bush and Jacques Chirac apparently having sex have been removed from billboards in Austria.
The posters, shown as part of a public arts project ahead of Austria's EU presidency, had provoked wide outcry.

The artists said they were withdrawing their work so as not to detract from that of others involved in the project.

Condemning what they described as "public censorship", the artists said the posters had been misunderstood.

No-one had bothered "to engage with the artistic message" of the billboards, they added.

The decision followed a meeting of the project organisers and curators on Thursday afternoon.

Pornography is in the eye of the beholder [more like vulgarity.]

Artist Carlos Aires

The posters were part of a series of 150 different images being flashed to motorists via billboards across Vienna.

Artists from across the EU had contributed varied works to the display, part of the 25Peaces art project which has received around 1m euros (£680,000) from the Austrian government.

The image by Spanish artist Carlos Aires, showing the naked threesome wearing rubber masks of the Queen and two presidents, caused the most controversy.

But denying his works were meant to offend, Aires told Austria's APA news agency: "Pornography is in the eye of the beholder.

"I suddenly had this image of three decision makers who are having an orgy while everything around them collapses." [The Queen is a decision maker? This creativity spasm should have been shaken off.]

'Distorted image'

Another image, of a woman lying naked on a bed except for a pair of knickers bearing the EU flag, was also condemned as pornographic. [Well, when I saw it, I thought it was saying "The EU is a pussy." and by pussy, I mean a weak, effeminate state, but that's just me and my already established opinion.]



Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel was not able to ban the posters but had appealed to the independent artists' group running the project to withdraw some of them.

In a statement, 25Peaces said: "We regret this development that totally distorted the image of the entire project." [Don't these words - misunderstood, message, distorted - sound a lot like like the Mohammedans?]

Opposition leaders and some of Austria's media complained the images demeaned women and had embarrassed their country as it prepares to take over the rotating EU presidency on 1 January.

Other schemes in the 25Peaces project have included planting a vegetable garden on Heldenplatz - the square where Adolf Hitler announced Germany's annexation of Austria.

7 comments:

Pastorius said...

I like your "pussy" interpretation.

Did you get my email.

The idea behind IBA is to get as much info on one site as possible.

You can post short excerpts of your Pedestrian Infidel posts, and then link over to yourself. That way you direct traffic to your site, rather than taking it away.

When I post, often, I do a bunch of links to various articles from various sites. That way, as I said, we're getting a lot of info out. Usually, if I post 12-14 links, then 2-3 go to CUANAS.

Helps the ole CUANAS traffic.

Anyway, I love your writing, and respect your intelligence and ideas, even if I don't always agree. Hope you know that.

The Anti-Jihadist said...

I got your email, thanks much, Mr Pastorius. Glad you like our writing! Mr. Axis of Islam and I are one mind on these things that we write about, even though we're on opposite sides of the planet.

Pastorius said...

I'm glad you got my email, anti-Jihadist, but I also sent one to AOI. I'd like to know if he, also would like to help out.

Ah, heck, I'll just send the invitation to both of ya.

Happy New Year, guys.

MissingLink said...

They wonder how much longer must they tolerate this oppression and the infidel's wicked ways.

The really funny part here is that it is their Islamic allies, the radical lefties who are into moral relativism and self-fulfilment.

Happy New Year 2006!

Iran Watch said...

In a way it's funny but at the same time it's typical European morality. Anything is funny unless directed at them.
Anyways...Happy New Year!

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