Tate Gallery caught out with child porn again

Tyler Robinson has left a new comment on your post “Tate Gallery removes Ovenden indecent pictures“: 

I seem to remember that the Tate Modern has been forced to remove paedo pics before. 

05 APR 2013 
I read, a few years ago, that they were displaying a totally nude and highly sexually provocative photo of Brooke Shields. The photo was taken when she was 10 years old! 

Tyler Robinson adds…
I would like to make it very clear that the Brooke Shields picture was NOT part of my original comment and I did NOT send it in to The Tap.

We don’t really need to see it…

T.R

TAP  –  How else do you get across the fact that Britain’s premiere art gallery is run by disgusting perverts?  People should not visit Tate Moderne of the king the Gallery approves.




Maybe TPTB are trying to turn all adults in to paedos, using reverse psychology?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reverse_psychology

Maybe this is why the corporate media is constantly full of paedo stories and convictions – and then at the some time music videos and films, and sometimes TV, showing sexualised images of young men and women.

There’s a film for hire at my local library called 13. Do a search for the DVD cover, you’ll see just what I mean…

I have wondered if the same also is true for anorexia nervosa – the constant banging-on about this condition to young women and girls – and then media induced obsession with weight, fat, looks, image, style, zero-size models, ‘heroin-chic’ etc. 

How dangerous for young girls to be immersed in this mode of thinking. Young people are unceasingly blasted with this poison. 

Could reverse psychology be a weapon here, as well? 

Also, there’s the problem of porn. How many marriages and relationships have ended, because of porn? It undoubtedly awakens shocking desires the user. 

The recent case in India, of the gang-rape and murder of a young women on a bus, comes to mind. I can’t recall any mention of the killers being users of porn – but I’d bet anything that they were heavy porn users and that they had progressed on the very violent material. 

Porn used to be mentioned on connection with sexual crimes – but not any more. I wonder why? Could it be because TPTB are openly promoting the use of porn? The UN promote the use of porn. 

I have also read that when kids go online and search for characters from kids TV programmes, i.e. ‘Dora the Explorer’, this search will bring up porn links in the results, deliberately put there. Why else would a porn website use this as a key search word, so that their website will be found? 

And nowadays we have snow-blizzards in London in April! It must be the end of the world soon…and then we will all have to answer before God for all that we have done…I hope God properly nails these bastards !

WASP adds

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So Google haven’t put a Divert on That Then, Have They? 
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 To continue You may not want to Publish this link, I sent it to show you it’s relevance w/r/t TATE GALLERY EXHIBITION

“THE WOOMEN in THE CHILD” (Brooke Shields by Gary Gross)

A detail from the original photograph of Brooke Shields by Gary Gross, which Richard Prince used in his artwork displayed at the Tate. Photograph: Gary Gross

A display due to go on show to the public at Tate Modern tomorrow has been withdrawn after a warning from Scotland Yard that the naked image of actress Brooke Shields aged 10 and heavily made up could break obscenity laws.

The work, by American artist Richard Prince and entitled Spiritual America, was due to be part of the London gallery’s new Pop Life exhibition . It has been removed from display after a visit to Tate Modern by officers from the obscene publications unit of the Metropolitan police.

Tate Gallery Suspends Viewings Of Graham Ovenden Work Following Child Sex Conviction

04 April 2013

The Tate Gallery has suspended viewings of work by the artist Graham Ovenden, after he was convicted of a number of child sex offences at Truro court on Tuesday (April 2, 2013). The Independent reports that the artist, who is known for his images of children, some nude, was found guilty of six charges of indecency and one count of indecent assault. His work has triggered legal action several times in the past, yet his work continued to be held in high regard in the art world. Ovenden’s work has been displayed in galleries across the world, including in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
REGARDS  ………  WASP


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One Response to “Tate Gallery caught out with child porn again”

  1. I would like to make it very clear that the Brooke Shields picture was NOT part of my original comment and I did NOT send it in to The Tap.

    We don’t really need to see it…

    T.R

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