The glorious people's revolution wind farm

Thomas Lifson
Dreaming red dreams, MoveOn.org is selling a bizarre poster portraying a glorious people's revolution wind farm. Obama's supporters in the far left cannot restrain themselves from giddily proclaiming  the socialist reality they foresee for America through the borrowed artistic motif of Stalinist era art from the USSR.

Check out the poster for sale here.

Obey wind powerShepard Fairey, the artists who created the famous "Hope" Poster is the creator of this one, too. Mr. Fairey was arrested earlier this year on two outstanding warrants for property defacement (graffiti, in other words), ironically while on his way to the first museum exhibition of his work at Boston's Institute for Contemporary Art. Mr. Fairey is on record as describing his work as "graphic art with social and political messages."

The American left has long displayed nostalgia for the aesthetic styles peculiar to hard line communist countries.

Of course, these people are delusional. The real communists have a powerful affinity for huge dams, massive factories, and coal-fired power stations, the bigger the better. And back in the day, they proclaimed that it was scientifically impossible for a socialist society to pollute, since pollution was an evil of capitalism.

Hat tip: Susan L.
Dreaming red dreams, MoveOn.org is selling a bizarre poster portraying a glorious people's revolution wind farm. Obama's supporters in the far left cannot restrain themselves from giddily proclaiming  the socialist reality they foresee for America through the borrowed artistic motif of Stalinist era art from the USSR.

Check out the poster for sale here.

Obey wind powerShepard Fairey, the artists who created the famous "Hope" Poster is the creator of this one, too. Mr. Fairey was arrested earlier this year on two outstanding warrants for property defacement (graffiti, in other words), ironically while on his way to the first museum exhibition of his work at Boston's Institute for Contemporary Art. Mr. Fairey is on record as describing his work as "graphic art with social and political messages."

The American left has long displayed nostalgia for the aesthetic styles peculiar to hard line communist countries.

Of course, these people are delusional. The real communists have a powerful affinity for huge dams, massive factories, and coal-fired power stations, the bigger the better. And back in the day, they proclaimed that it was scientifically impossible for a socialist society to pollute, since pollution was an evil of capitalism.

Hat tip: Susan L.