Entranced / Look Closely, the Truth’s there Somewhere
© Art Axis 2019
Featuring the actual inside page of the June 6th edition of the Daily Mail
Entering the third decade of the new millennium, the UK is patently witnessing end-times for the few remaining vestiges of news reporting accuracy and balance within its mainstream media. Those in the industry, charged with delivering authentic news and current affairs to the public, are having their training and hard-won skillsets inexorably undermined and compromised.
Hampered from honest reporting by corrupt print and television media-owning plutocrats, many a serious journalist lives in fear of career limitation or even termination by presenting accurately stories and events that happen to be politically or financially inconvenient to those already fiscally well-situated and in positions of power.
Acting under masks of unbiased neutrality, those few who succeed with promotion to mainstream media eminence are invariably enabled by dint of genuine or feigned allegiance to the aims and ambitions of that powerful elite; thus perpetuating an insidious system of subtle propaganda that has in the past soft-soaped the population into accepting stringent financial impositions, restrictions and even illegal war as absolute necessities.
Links to Work 999 from 2018; ” Muddle England”
Dada; being initially a literary expression of war protest is well represented through this image – an accurate photographic metaphor of the times we live in.
Going forward, the way out from this long-standing media-maintained impasse is through the individual engaging with his innate human potential for true perception, as against blindly accepting increasingly tiresome external impositions of reality.
” When a lie is seen as a lie, the false as false; in that very perception is reality, truth ”
Shoreditch, London, 2020
* Coronavirus update June 2020
Please see uniquely psychologically relevant Work No 454 from 2011
- Coronavirus update May 2021; a whistle-blowing journalist speaks out via UK Column
- Screen save from London Dada Twitter feed, June 2021
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