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National Gallery Commissions Anti-White Video With Public Money

National Gallery Commissions Anti-White Video With Public Money

National Galleries Scotland, the National Gallery, London, and the Heritage Lottery Fund have commissioned a video in which white people are disparaged as “inbred spawn soon to die out” for an exhibition on ‘Male Gaze’.

The piece shows Liberia-born vocalist Alloysious Massaquoi, of the Mercury Prize-winning Young Fathers, strip half-naked in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery and shuffle through it in his bare feet, shadow boxing and making angry, thrusting gestures towards the portraits.

— Alexander Solzhenitzynhttps://t.co/WYmmXUPu92 — Jack Montgomery ? (@JackBMontgomery) August 12, 2017

The painting above, by Philip James de Loutherbourg, depicts Lieutenant-General Sir Ralph Abercromby at the Battle of Alexandria in 1801.

Mortally wounded by a musket-ball in the thigh, 66-year-old Sir Ralph remained on the field until he saw Napoleon’s forces had been put to flight, ending France’s ambitions of exerting dominion over Egypt and the Near East.

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