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Art is a creative way for us to express our emotions to others. It is uniquely positioned to move people by instilling new questions, arousing curiosity, excitement, and even outrage. Artists think openly and without restraints from their hearts, with revolutionary and visionary ideas, and their work can strengthen the will and push people to act for the betterment of themselves and the world. As such, it has the potential to have a significant impact on politics, culture, and, ultimately, peace, freedom, and our well being. Because we all share the human emotional experience, it transcends cultural, social, and economic boundaries; it has the ability to unlock the power of the mind, heart, and soul.
My name is Tom, and am a political artist. I've worked for a number of advertising agencies as an illustrator, designer, and art director.
Having lived in several countries, I consider home wherever I find like-minded people. I am not my legal entity but a free, living and loving soul.
I am a strong supporter of people's inherent rights to freedom and equality, and with my work, I want to raise awareness of the brainwashing propaganda that has been used for our exploitation, servitude, and division since day one of our existence. Finally, I want to test the limits of what humanity is capable of accomplishing if it is in an awakened state (not woke), free of fear, able to put aside our differences and unite, and to go beyond what it perceives to be its reality and limitations, which have been specifically designed to keep us ignorant, compliant, and obedient. The truth is that our lives on Earth do not have to be filled with pain and suffering, but can instead be one filled with great joy and love.
“Seize the moments of happiness, love and be loved! That is the only reality in the world, all else is folly.” Leo Tolstoy (War and Peace)
Tom's work has been described as informative, provocative, and critical of official narratives provided by our elected officials, so-called experts, the mainstream media, and social media.
His work is Intriguing and enigmatic, full of symbolism, powerful wording and visuals, and hidden messages that the viewer must piece together through research and critical thinking, and in doing so, many more images will reveal themselves.
Tom believes that nothing is as it appears. He wants people to understand that our perception of reality is based on the information we are constantly bombarded with. Unfortunately, that source is flawed and manipulated by our invisible persuaders that seek to control us, with our subconscious mind as the target.
We can reason, but our processing of disinformation and misinformation generates delusions upon delusions, causing a large portion of society to lose touch with reality. This madness epidemic is what we call a mass psychosis.
"It is not famine, earthquakes, microbes, or cancer, but man himself who is man's greatest danger to man," Carl Yung said, "because there is no adequate protection against psychic epidemics, which are infinitely more devastating than the worst natural disasters."
Gustav Le Bon wrote, "The masses have never been thirsty for truth, and they dismiss evidence that does not appeal to them, preferring to deify error if it seduces them. Anyone who can create illusions for them is easily their master; anyone who attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim."
According to Anthony Sutton, only 2% of people have critical thinking skills, 8% believe they can think, and 90% would rather die than think. This willful ignorance explains why, on average, only 10% of a given population does not fall into mass formation hypnosis.
Finally, Tom's beliefs may differ from those of others because they are based on his research, discoveries, and personal experiences. He does not want to persuade the viewer with his work, but rather leaves it up to the viewer to discern what he or she sees and understands. His goal is to make people question things so that they will dig deeper in their search for the truth.
"Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is the truth." Mahatma Gandhi
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