Bacon In Park Is A Hate Crime: Belongs At Bloomberg’s New York Museum Of Art ~ Where Roman Catholic Corpus Crucifix Is Displayed In a Glass Of Human Urine & A Blasphemous Movie Titled “The Pope’s Toilet”.

Roman Catholic Corpus Crucifix Immersed In Cow Blood & Human Urine At Bloomberg’s New York Museum Of Art.

Obama’s $155 Million USD Tax Payer’s Money In Support Of Cultural Terrorism!

Affectionately known by heathens as Piss Christ – The Roman Catholic Corpus is sacrilegiously immersed In A Beaker Of The Artist’s Urine & Mixed With Cow’s Blood And Is Displayed At The New York Museum Of Art Where Obama Sanctioned $155 Million USD, For The Endowment Of The Arts.

Hate crimes are beginning to stack up. But determining what constitutes a “hate crime” is in the eye of the beholder. Actually, it’s in the eye of liberals who only see criminal activity when it’s leveled at one of their protected classes. Here’s the latest insanity. While California has been described as the “land of fruits and nuts,” New York is competing to be the fruitiest and nuttiest land of them all.

More Obama Sanctioned Tax Payer’s Money For Cultural Terrorism!

New York City’s Museum of Modern Art featured a film, “The Pope’s Toilet.” Shown in Spanish with English subtitles, the movie revolves around a visit by Pope John Paul II to the poor town of Melo, Uruguay, near Brazil. Anticipating the arrival of the pope, townspeople make plans to set up food and drink stands, etc. One of them decides to make money by setting up an outdoor public pay toilet. The film is the work of two Uruguayans: writer Enrique Fernández and cinematographer César Charlone.

Commenting on this is Catholic League president Bill Donohue:“This movie would not garner our attention except for its venue and timing. It debuted two years ago and it is deliberately being shown during Holy Week, ending on Easter Monday. And it is not being shown at some dump in the Village—it is being showcased at the Museum of Modern Art.“The New York Times says the film takes ‘an oblique dig at a church that, the movie suggests, may have failed its most disadvantaged followers.’ When it was shown at the Toronto Film Festival two years ago, it was described as blending ‘the sacred and profane.’ Which explains why V.A. Musetto of the New York Post—who has never found a Catholic-bashing movie he didn’t love—gave it three stars.

But Now America’s Favorite Breakfast “Bacon & Eggs” Is Now A “Hate Crime“?

“Police are investigating an unusual bias crime on Staten Island. Muslims who gathered for prayer to celebrate the end of Ramadan in a city park found bacon scattered on the ground. . . . [B]efore most of the faithful arrived for Morning Prayer, it was discovered that someone had scattered a quantity of raw bacon on the field.”

In America’s “Man’s Best Friend” Is His Dog ~  Graphic -> Islam forbids Muslims to keep dogs, and the punishment for that, is that the one who does, loses one or two qiraats from his hasanaat (good deeds) each day.

In this television frame grab from KIMT in Mason City, Iowa, slain Navy SEAL Jon Tumilson’s dog Hawkeye lays next to his casket during funeral services in Rockford, Iowa, on August 19, 2011. Tumilson, age 35, was one of 30 American soldiers killed in Afghanistan on August 6 when their helicopter was shot down during a mission to help fellow troops who had come under fire. (AP Photo/KIMT New 3, Shane Delaney)

Grigio, the Grey One

Saint John Bosco “Father & Teacher Of Youth”
Totus tuus ego sum, et omnia mea tua sunt
“I am entirely yours, Mary, and everything that is mine is yours.”

Grigio “The Grey One” Would Miraculously Appear Whenever Danger Lurked Too Close To Saint Bosco.

GRIGIO

The Incorrupt Body Of Saint Bosco.

“No one can be a true Muslim and a true American simultaneously.”—Wafa Sultan

Do you see now why The Banking Cabalists Use Islam As Their Cultural Bulldogs, To Take Over Established National Norms To Infuse Their Central Banking Systems?

“‘This has been determined to be a bias event on the part of our Hate Crimes Task Force,’ NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly told reporters.”

Where were our government officials when artist and photographer Andres Serrano unveiled his “Piss Christ”? It was a photograph of a “small plastic crucifix submerged in a glass of the artist’s urine. The piece was a winner of the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art’s ‘Awards in the Visual Arts’ competition, which is sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, a United States Government agency that offers support and funding for artistic projects.”

What was the response from the art community? Here’s one example:

“The art critic Lucy R. Lippard has presented a constructive case for the formal value of Serrano’s Piss Christ, which she characterizes as mysterious and beautiful. She writes that the work is ‘a darkly beautiful photographic image . . . the small wood and plastic crucifix becomes virtually monumental as it floats, photographically enlarged, in a deep rosy glow that is both ominous (blood) and glorious (urine).’ Lippard suggests that the formal values of the image can be regarded separately from other meanings.”

In 2010, there was the A Fire in My Belly video that was being shown at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, another government-funded institution. It was later moved to the Museum of Modern Art in New York where it was safe and protected from critics. The video included a scene with a crucifix covered in ants

Wendy Olsoff, a co-owner of the New York City art gallery that manages David Wojnarowicz’s work, said the artist frequently used animals and insects to represent metaphors for interactions in human society. “This was not hate speech,” she said. “It’s a compassionate look at how we live. He’s overlaying the insect world on the human world. … And he used ants in a series of surreal images, using them on guns, clocks and toy soldiers.”

As long as the ants were also crawling on non-religious items that meant that the video was “art” and not an expression of hate.

But it turns out that the bacon was left there for stray animals and had nothing to do with intimidating Muslims. The person who put the bacon in the park made these comments on a radio show:

“I had put the bacon there. It was going bad in my trunk and I put it out for the scavengers like the opossums and the raccoons and sea gulls, and I did not intend for that to cause anybody any problems.”

Maybe the police who were put on “bacon patrol” looking for a “hate” crime were the same officers who shot the nine bystanders near the Empire State Building last week.

American Contractor Paul Johnson

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