Titans of Degeneracy; America’s Pedophileocracy Cares Only to Go After Children & Warmongering
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S.I. Newhouse Jr.’s Collection of Modern Masters Comes to Christie’s
Mr. Newhouse, the Condé Nast owner who died in 2017 at 89, used his billions to amass a large collection of blue-chip modern and contemporary art.
We learn in this article that the late media mogul S.I. Newhouse Jr. (cough cough) — like so many of his “elite” tribal ilk — bought and sold high-price garbage that (((they))) have exalted as “art.” No big surprise there. But what caught the attention of the astute analysts of “The Editorial Board” of The Anti-New York Times was the featured “marquee” item in particular.
From the article:
“The marquee Newhouse lot is Jeff Koons’s sculpture “Rabbit” (1986), estimated to fetch between $50 million and $70 million when it is offered May 15 at the Post-War and Contemporary auction. The shiny metallic bunny is one of only four in existence, and the last in private hands.”
Q-ish students of the child-rape cult already know that the rabbit is often used as code by these Satanic monsters. Further exploration of the other works of “artist” Jeff Koons uncovers a pattern of sex-obsession that includes suggestion of child-rape and bestiality. The revelation that one of America’s mightiest media moguls and culture shapers was a purchaser of Mr. Koon’s suggestive filth is very disturbing — and should tell you a lot about the “who” and “how” of our cultural and moral decay.
Every. Single. Time. — Under. Every. Rock.
Whereas the New York-based Sulzberger lie machine spread its Marxist poison across America by way of its newswire service to other newspapers, the Newhouse Mafia, also originally from New York, spread its propaganda directly through the establishment or purchase of newspapers right in the heart of “fly over country.” David Duke once recalled how he, as a teenager, was confused over the gradual leftward turn and subtle anti-White race-baiting of the formerly conservative New Orleans Picayune newspaper. After what he calls his “awakening,” Duke figured out the mystery. The New York Newhouses had purchased Louisiana’s largest newspaper in 1962, along with another New Orleans paper, the States-Item, which was merged into the Picayune in 1982.
″We never went in for titles. We are, basically, anonymous people. If I were to walk into a room in New Orleans with the 100 most prominent people in town, there may be two who would know me personally. Most would probably know the name and the connection, but they wouldn’t know me personally or recognize me by my face because my public position is non-existent.″— Norman Newhouse, 1985
Boobus Americanus 1: I read in the New York Times today that S.I. Newhouse’s modern art collection is on display at Christie’s.
Boobus Americanus 2: S.I. Newhouse? Never heard of him.
St. Sugar: The true “powerss that be” rule invissibly, Boobuss.
Editor: Very true. And no power on Earth is greater than that which (((the invisible masters))) wield over the public mind.