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03Jul / 2016
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Tags: Anti-Brexit, Boris Johnson, Brexit, Joe Cox
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I also have the blues, sing me that all this is just a nightmare and that we will see the light soon … !!!
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I hope you can nevertheless sell your wonderful wooden sculptures to England, at least to Scotland!
My sales can be counted on the fingers of one hand, but this is not the main, my wish is to exhibit my work “Non Conforming” … !!!
I remembered your shark sculpture when I yesterday watched a film document on ARTE TV featuring primitive wooden sculptures made in GHANA: a coffin art: an airplane for the funeral service of a pilot, a big fish to have a box for a killed fisher, a Mercedes Benz, a chicken hen for a mother who died – we should learn in Europe from Africa…
My brain must be multiracial, is a sponge, but I do not mastered, it’s my subconscious that I am its work marrionnette … !!!
I hope you can see this ARTE video:
Frizz thank you, I know this story very interesting … !!!
other links to Ghana:
maybe we should change our European habits for a funeral –
one of your wooden totems would be better than the usual stones!
it makes you want to die … !!!
watch the boat we’ve bought:
Frizz I don’t know where it will all end, but I fear things will get worse before they get better.
your roots are back to Africa, Gilly, I hope your neighbourhood feels deep respect and no stupid arrogance. Continue to write your wonderful little poems as a goal for others to explore what a noble point of view human beings can have, even coming outside from England…
this is wooden sculpture / coffin art from Ghana:
I think the Brexit is probably a good thing. The “status quo” isn’t working for the majority of people and it is a time for a rethink of all this globalization.
and so we are discussing TTIP – the treaty between USA and EU – I always thought before, walls are not a good thing…
I don’t like walls either Frizz. However, these trade deals don’t have a lot to do with trade. They seem to be more concerned about removing power of local democracies. They have to get rid of the Chapter 11 issue and should be governed by the laws of the area they wish to operate. Disputes are dealt with in secret Tribunals.
The secrecy behind these deals makes the whole process suspect.
dear Leslie, yes, the secrecy behind these deals makes the whole process suspect! Have a fine Fourth Of July!
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