Ultimate horror & some hope regarding the transgenderist project

Screenshot from Reality's Last Stand
The Dutch subtitles do contain 5 or 6 typos …

A video in English, with subtitles in Dutch: I hope my pronunciation and the quality of the sound have improved sufficiently now …It is a rather long video. But it is not just me talking: It includes Dutch-subtitled ‘video-quotes’ from Kari Lake (future Governor of Arizona), Steven Crowder, Reality’s Last Stand and Lauren Chen.This video… Continue reading Ultimate horror & some hope regarding the transgenderist project

Less politicians, more statesmen

Churchill saved Charles de Gaulle by bringing him to Great Britain just in time.

Short video with some quotes from the marvelous biography of the greatest statesman ever: Winston Churchill, by William Manchester and Paul Reid.Concluding:Nowadays civilization is threatened in a very different way but in my opinion also in an even more worrying and sinister way than 80 years ago.Serious politicians should more frequently ask themselves: What Did… Continue reading Less politicians, more statesmen

Once in a lifetime

Airplane landing at sunset: a spectacular show of sunlight, sea and canals.

I’ve included a large version of the ODP logo to indicate the location of the horizon: that’s at the top of the logo. So you see the setting sun itself shining through clouds, closer by its reflection in the North Sea, and even closer the reflection in the channels: one by one due to the… Continue reading Once in a lifetime

Schwab: “Water, gender and so on”

About Schwab, Rutte, the farmer’s son Jouke and much more

A couple of weeks ago the Old Dutch Painter started a new ‘category’: Meanwhile In The Netherlands (see link in the footer). It was not set up to report about current affairs, but here we are: Dutch farmers’ protests are now in the news worldwide. So I connect some dots for you. Quite a number… Continue reading Schwab: “Water, gender and so on”

Heptoganals

Oilpainting – portrait – carrier

Great. My brother, still recovering from a major life-saving surgery, made these new heptagonal supports for paintings; Portraits. Next step by me: linen and bone glue.For two of them I already know who is going to be depicted. If you don’t know it it is impossible to distinguish, but through the window you can see… Continue reading Heptoganals