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tim

they look good...seems like every one of them has something to say re. the current discussion!

jonny

i couldn't help thinking that too!

George

#10-Titchner10
In the Art pictures is the most disturbing for me when you think of that in the context of the world wanting to do that.

Rob

I at first took this to be anti-Socialist art; illustrating through the use of the Soviet style lettering how sinister phrases like "we want to nurture and protect" really are.

Having learnt that the phrases were taken from corporate statements, with "we want" perhaps disingenuously added, I'm not so sure of the artist's intentions.

Still, it's very striking art and a good reminder to be nervous of those who use such phrases!

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