"An artistic interpretation of text, free from the confines of specific political argument or exact historical flow"
By Ramzy Baroud

Gilad Atzmon

David Borrington: "When I first read Gilad Atzmon article on "TRUTH, HISTORY AND INTEGRITY" (which I based this art work on), I felt refreshed in seeing a true researcher with integrity on speaking the truth of the horrific loss of life within 20th-century civilisation. The questions which Atzmon asks are important to finding out the truth whatever the personal or politcal circumstance. However these questions are getting harder to ask due to ridiculous laws protecting how history is discussed, particularly around the question of the Holocaust.

No section of history should be protected by law to discuss, great scholars like Atzmon will allow the truth to prevail.

The artwork should be read from left to right, you start with the horrific Armenian genocide which was the first time that trains were used to move people to their death, thousands of Armenians died whilst getting forced into the desert. Then we move into the most taught the Jewish Holocaust where the Nazis shot hundreds of thousands of innocent people: Jewish, Gypsies and undesirables. Then we have the British and the Americans bombing German civilians at will for no military gain, even when the war was coming to the end.

On the far right we have the Nuremberg trials where hundreds of Nazi officers were hung on dubious witness accounts, which would not hold up in today's modern courtroom. Finally you can see mushroom clouds in the distance behind the desert where the British and the Americans are dropping the nuclear bomb.

Everyone took part and everyone suffered there are no winners just destruction, debt for the ultimate loser for generations! "Modern Civilisation"

Article on Atzmon website "TRUTH, HISTORY AND INTEGRITY"
with this artwork you will receive a signed copy of Gilad Atzmon's New Book: The Wandering Who
you can also purchase a copy of The Wandering Who from Amazon.
Gilad Atzmon website
Edition Size: 25
Paper size H:48cm x W:61.5cm
Image size H:30cm x W:45.5cm
Somerset 250g paper
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David Borrington MA RCA
"All that is needed for the forces of evil to succeed is for enough good men to remain silent."  Edmund Burke