Throughout my time in the school system many years ago I always had a particular distaste for the “arts” and “humanities” classes that were offered or made compulsory. They were classes that I dreaded attending and I know I wasn’t the only one who thought so. Many other students expressed similar disdain towards these topics also. Let us see a few examples of this more degenerate specimen shall we?
The bi-color masterpiece by Mark Rothko
Repulsive yes? From what I was told, such artistic expressions were called “expressive” and “creative” and “abstract” and “hip” and were to be elevated exceptionally highly, as was stipulated by our “expert” art teachers. Now, excuse me, but that is not art. From my interpretation, I cannot see anything more than a bunch of delirious and sickening colors cobbled together. A child could recreate any of these pieces. Anyone who can judge such worthless refuse as “art” is not mentally sane in my mind. One would have to be mentally contaminated from an early age to find any artistic value contained within any of these works. Such abominable works were to be viewed in an objective manner, regardless of any tastes we may have had or if we didn’t have any interest in such works. It was insistently taught as if to deliberately poison the minds of the students (sound familiar?).
The hard working Jackson Pollack crafting a masterpiece as financed by his patron:
Real art before the mind-poison of liberalism strangled any sense of value, profundity, sanity and beauty out of all segments of Western society:
These examples of art cannot be refuted as real expressions of creativity and worth.
Germans after being thoroughly inundated with filth using their Entartete Kunst for its only practical use: