Godzilla reimagined

 Godzilla ignites Zozobra in David Bradley’s “Harvest Moon, Godzilla vs. Zozobra,” 2009, acrylic on canvas. In the audience are several recognizable local figures and celebrities. (Courtesy of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture)Harvest Moon, Godzilla vs. Zozobra / David Bradley 2009 Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

 Here’s how you can tell: everything you’ve known will happen is, in fact, happening, and yet, you still feel wrong. The faster the unrelenting progression of harrowing confirmations, the harder it is find any real echo ot them in the affirmation  of others.


5 thoughts on “Godzilla reimagined

  1. Discrediting, isolating or killing those who expose the truth is the way of the powers-that-be to keep the masses ignorant and compliant.

    Remember the movie, “The Matrix,” the very first one? It best portrays where we are today.

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  2. What a weird painting, Claire!

    Your comments echo an article I read earlier today: “The New American Order” by Tom Engelhardt. He concludes, as follows:

    “Out of the chaos of this prolonged moment and inside the shell of the old system, a new culture, a new kind of politics, a new kind of governance is being born right before our eyes. Call it what you want. But call it something. Stop pretending it’s not happening.”

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    1. “Stop pretending it’s not happening.”
      You know, that’s the perfect way to control people. For example, when Power has so completely appropriated terms like “terrorist” as to blunt thought, impose silence, get the liberal broadcast media repeating its frame of reference like trained parrots….the top print media shamelessly pounding the drums of war as if it had never accepted without question the catostrophic Weapons of Mass Destruction lie.
      Considering the ease with which the national press silenced me, discrediting documented, proven FACTS and years of demonstrated professional integrity – and that I STILL remain silenced: I just look around me and wonder if I’m actually a reporter from outer space who got amnesia when the ship crashed on impact.
      Thanks for reminding me that I might be on my own planet after all.
      You are pretty cool, Rosaliene!


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