5 👁 Eyes Statue Upsets Cornwall / Hugo Talks

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  1. Thanks Hugo and agreed – what a f’ugly (5) eye sore

    • Need to retain a sense of humour. Pentagon is quite an interesting office block (5). Also, I am sure in Japan and Thailand there are huge ceramic statues well above 10 metres. But yeah good work Hugo I enjoyed the vid.

  2. what an abomination and affront to humanity. It should be removed and crushed to dust asap and all councillors who sanctioned this should be brought to accountability.

  3. I live in Cornwall! Why don’t town councils do a survey first by asking the local people what do they think of the idea, then if people don’t like the idea then respect the decision. Don’t go behind town folk backs spending there hard earned tax hoping it would be fine. The other part to this plan by get peoples backs up to get a reaction.

    Local council need to brought to account on their lavish spending, putting 80,000 into the road info structure would be better money spent, loonies all of them at locals councils, well that’s what devolution of power does for you, Scotland & Wales is a good example.

    • @Ern, “Why don’t town councils do a survey first by asking the local people what do they think of the idea.”

      What makes you think that town councils are the least bit interested in the local people – you’re sheep, there to be fleeced and remain silent?

  4. Totally agree an “eye” sore. Can’t believe a council would allow this in a lovely Cornish town and what a waste of tax payers money.

  5. … Excalibur, the Sword in the Stone. For the rightful sovereign of Britain. And only the new king can remove it. Hmm.

    • England is God’s own country! Just walk in the beautiful villages, countryside we have so many beautiful places scattered around England there is something truly special, not seen anywhere in the world.. “Blessed “comes to mind! These demons, beasts in power over us have hidden so many treasures from the English which are sacred! The evil one wants to destroy England the most!! So many saints walked England’s green and pleasant land!

      Jerusalem is our anthem!
      With beautiful words.
      Did those feet in ancient time walk on England’s mountains green. And was the holy lamb of God in England’s green and pleasant land..
      “Glastonbury “is indeed a holy place! King Arthur, knights of the round table… When England’s men were devout in faith, Jesus christ the king!
      ” There is something mystical about England’s green and pleasant land ”
      They hate the English and want to erase our history and destroy who we are as a people.. Think never ending invasion, where foreigners hold the whip hand!
      Magna carta!
      Is ours and they can never destroy it we are a sovereign English people, by the grace of God! They try and introduce laws to override it, but the magna carta, can never be erased! People need to be wise and learn our rights as a free people of England’s green and pleasant land. But they want to destroy that too! Utter monsters we have ruling us!!
      Make no mistake!
      God bless!
      Christ is king!

  6. Was anyone asked if they wanted the monstrosity in the first place??

  7. It is probably like the staff of Ra from Raiders. If you put a map on the floor and a crystal in the ring at the top. At a certain time of day the sun will shine through and create a beam which will give you the exact location of the well of souls 🙂

  8. Nothing wrong with druidry. Christianity nicked loads of beliefs from them.

  9. Talking about burning money. How can the plebians still happily fund and cheer the euro vision song contest and complain about the cost of living at the same time?

  10. The statue is ugly no one was asked or informed about it in the area. It looks like a syringe it’s down right awful,we are hoping it will be taking down who ever paid for it should put the coffers back in the town. Well done Hugo for information and making it world wide.

  11. It’s the modern golden calf – worshipping false gods and godesses.

    It’s like someone read the Bible and decided to make all the predictions happen (that’s a theory I read eons ago – lots of American very rich fervently Christian families believe if they can put the predictions in the book of revelations into motion they will cause the coming of Christ & the rapture).

    I’m starting to believe it might be more than speculation.

  12. Oh yeah, one other thing. The George Ffloyd “mural” and some other hideous monstrosity were both, amazingly, struck by lightning.

    If this one is as well then I think Someone is showing His displeasure.

  13. A couple of folks with a few sledge hammers should help

  14. Wow wow that’s so sweet. Who needs Sherlock Holmes when we have Hugo

  15. Im a proud Cornishman, I live in a small North Cornish village, here’s a little bit of history for you. Christianity came to Cornwall first threw the tin traders from Israeli, even the hymn Jerusalem was written about Christ coming to Cornwall.
    Cornwall is the feet of Grate Britain 🇬🇧 you take the feet, & the whole country falls.
    Charlie boy came to Launceston, the ancient capital & gateway to Cornwall in July of this year, my lovely wife went to see him, even shook his hand, I didn’t rise out of my chair at Gateway Church Cafe, he then drove threw our village, & again, I didn’t bother to go watch him, he’s not my future king, I swore an oath to queen & country when I joined the Army, when she dies, oath fulfilled, I’ll not be swearing an oath to him, that’s for sure.
    Another interesting fact, when Charlie boy becomes king, he must first give up his title of the Duke of Cornwall, & guess where he’s got to give it up? You got it, Launceston Castle. Then his first blessing, like all who ascend to the throne of England has to be blessed first by the Druid’s before any other Christian & none Christian groups, remembering, the Royal family are the so called head of the Church of England.
    Watch this space, ole Charlie boy is getting ready to become king, hence the satanic influence on this great country of Kernow (Cornwall) I hope someone has the sense to remove that horrible statue in St Austal, there’s a stirring her in Cornwall, there’s talk about driving out the second home owners out, the Cornish are starting to get restless, & if you know your history, you’ll know, the Cornish people are not afraid to stand up, we’re a proud people.
    God Bless & keep Cornwall out of the hands of evil men

    • I’m married to an old (75yrs+) Cornishman. We went looking for for his grandparents’ graves, about 15 years ago. Couldn’t find them – even though they’d lived in that very small village all of their lives.

      Your sentimental history of Cornwall is just as false as my sentimental history of Scotland.

      Once you realise that everything you have been taught is a lie, you begin to find the parasites.

    • @Leslie John Haynes, You’re right. Joseph of Arimathea (Yashua Messiah’s wealthy great uncle) was a tin trader with a ship that plied the Phoenician sea trade routes. He came to Britain with Yashua Messiah regularly for tin, lead and Welsh gold which he then sold to the Romans.

      The British People are The Israelites and The Cornish and Welsh are descendants of Levi = the Levitical Priesthood.

      • That would be a historical bombshell.
        But we have no documentation for that. We have a plethora for Jesus of Nazareth though. He was a real person.
        And most historians date the Roman invasion of England beginning in 43AD… So even if Christ was crucified in ~33AD, like the evidence I have seen shows. (Josephus and records of Pontius Pilate.) There is no evidence I have heard of for a “tin trader.” The dates are off, by more than 50 years. Though I know the Exodus was well before the pyramids. Because in the bible they are making straw and mud stones. Which are many many dynasties before Ramses II. It’s not in the bible, I need more proof, please! (Lee Strobel: Case for Christ, great book. Patterns of evidence: Exodus, Good documentary)

      • Not all the pyramids sorry. There is even an empty pyramid grave for Joseph (coat of many colours) Red hair, different skin and eyes on the statue. It’s amazing. Just like Mt. Sinai in Arabia. Galatians 4.25 … There is a doc on YT… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZDfGiXJjjI

      • @Artful Dodger The first churches planted outside of Jerusalem were in Britain, circa 35 AC, which predates the Roman invasion and it also predates the church at Antioch in Syria. The Roman invasion was driven by Emperor Claudius in order to stamp out the churches here, and there is historical documentation:

        From Pope Vitalian 667 AC to Saxon King Oswy of Northumbria:

        “To the most excellent lord, our son, Oswy, king of the Saxons, Vitalian, bishop, servant of the servants of God. We have received to our comfort your Excellency’s letters; by reading whereof we are acquainted with your most pious devotion and fervent love of the blessed life; and know that by the protecting hand of God you have been converted to the true and Apostolic faith, in hope that even as you reign in your own nation, so you may hereafter reign with Christ. Blessed be the nation, therefore, that has been found worthy to have as its king one so wise and a worshipper of God; forasmuch as he is not himself alone a worshipper of God, but also studies day and night the conversion of all his subjects to the Catholic and Apostolic faith, to the redemption of his own soul. Who would not rejoice at hearing such glad tidings? Who would not exult and be joyful at these good works? For your nation has believed in Christ the Almighty God, according to the words of the Divine prophets, as it is written in Isaiah, ‘In that day there shall be a root of Jesse, which shall stand for an ensign of the people; to it shall the Gentiles seek.’ And again, ‘Listen, O isles, unto me, and hearken ye people from far.’ And a little after, ‘It is a light thing that thou shouldst be my servant to raise up the tribes of Jacob, and to restore the outcast of Israel. I have given thee for a light to the Gentiles, that thou mayst be my salvation unto the end of the earth.’ And again, ‘ Kings shall see, princes also shall arise and worship.’ And immediately after, ‘I have given thee for a covenant of the people, to establish the earth, and possess the scattered heritages; that thou mayest say to the prisoners, Go forth; to them that are in darkness, Show yourselves.’ And again, ‘I the Lord have called thee in righteousness, and have held thine hand, and have kept thee, and have given thee for a covenant of the people, for a light of the Gentiles; to open the blind eyes, to bring out the prisoner from the prison, and them that sit in darkness from the prison-house.

        “Behold, most excellent son, how it is plain as day that it was prophesied not only of you, but also of all the nations, that they should believe in Christ, the Creator of all things. Wherefore it behoves your Highness, as being a member of Christ, in all things continually to follow the pious rule of the chief of the Apostles, in celebrating Easter, and in all things delivered by the holy Apostles, Peter and Paul, whose doctrine daily enlightens the hearts of believers, even as the two lights of heaven illumine the world.”

        From the Declaration of Arbroath to Pope John XXII 1320 AC:

        “Most Holy Father and Lord, we know and from the chronicles and books of the ancients we find that among other famous nations our own, the Scots (The Tribe of Simeon), has been graced with widespread renown. They journeyed from Greater Scythia (The Scythians) by way of the Tyrrhenian Sea (Mediterranean Sea) and the Pillars of Hercules (Gibraltar), and dwelt for a long course of time in Spain among the most savage tribes, but nowhere could they be subdued by any race, however barbarous. Thence they came, twelve hundred years after the people of Israel crossed the Red Sea, to their home in the west where they still live today.” (The Hebrides = The Hebrew-des)

        “The apostles passed beyond the ocean to the isles called the Britannic Isles.”

        — Eusebius circa 260-340 AC ( Demonstratio Evangelica or Proof of the Gospel , book 3, chap. 7)

        “We certainly know that Christ, the true Son, afforded His light, the knowledge of His precepts, to our Island in the last year of Tiberius Caesar” (Tiberius died in 37 AC)

        — Gildas the Wise, circa 550 AC (De Excidio Britanniae or On the Ruin of Britain )

        “…there are but two tribes in Asia and Europe subject to the Romans, while The Ten Tribes are beyond (the river) Euphrates (South of the Caucasus mountains) till now, and are an immense multitude, and not to be estimated by numbers.”

        — Flavius Josephus

        The ‘Lost’ Tribes of Israel:

      • Yeah, His birth wasn’t December 25th. It was Summer when they traveled.
        A lot was said. But you didn’t explain the “wealthy uncle” who is a “tin trader.”

        “We certainly know that Christ, the true Son, afforded His light, the knowledge of His precepts, to our Island in the last year of Tiberius Caesar.” So Christ was dead, in ~33 AD (you know what a tilde is for right?) And His Word reached England in 37AD.
        While it’s entirely likely apostles, possibly even the first apostles went to England. Jesus Christ did not. He stayed in the Middle East.
        Half of what you’re quoting was written 100’s if not 1000’s of years after.
        Josephus is a great Jewish historian. Reading Genesis, the tower of babel. OK bye.

      • Seriously, we have 4 gospels, which line up very-very-very-very well, if not perfectly.
        None of them mention Uncle Tin. None of them make any mention of Jesus leaving the Holy Land.
        I’ll stick to the cannon.

      • @Artful Dodger, His birth date is definitely September, which I prove here: The Heathen Satanic Origins of Christmas (Christ’s Mass):

        The wealthy uncle was Miriam’s (Mary’s) uncle Joseph of Arimathea who owned the tomb that Yashua Messiah was laid in after the crucifixion. Only wealthy people could afford their own tombs in those days.

        Yashua Messiah’s step-father Joseph died whilst He was still a youngster, so his great uncle Joseph took him under his wing and took Him on his voyages. There are Cornish legends that speak of Joseph’s arrival in Cornwall with his young nephew – research it.

        There is at least a 15 year vacuum in Yashua Messiah’s life whereby He vanishes from the Biblical record until His mission begins in Samaria and Judea in 27 AC. With His step-father dead, where did He go? for his neighbours didn’t even recognise Him when He began His mission:

        Matthew 13:55 (KJV) Is not this the carpenter’s son? is not his mother called Mary? and his brethren, James, and Joses, and Simon, and Judas?

        Had He remained in Nazareth all His young life they would have immediately recognised Him without any questions at all.

      • Yeah, you’re diverting from the point, avoiding the simplicity, and creating more false narratives.
        We have 4 gospels, which line up very-very-very-very well, if not perfectly.
        None of them mention Uncle Tin. None of them make any mention of Jesus leaving the Holy Land.
        I’ll stick to the cannon.
        Also “Is not this the carpenter’s son? is not his mother called Mary? and his brethren, James, and Joses, and Simon, and Judas?”
        Those are rhetorical questions. They knew who he was in social circles. You are taking scripture out of context.

        How about we focus on Christ’s redeeming power for everyone, instead of some genetic/lineage nonsense, which we are told to ignore?
        Titus 3:9 “But avoid foolish controversies and genealogies and strife and disputes about the Law, for they are unprofitable and worthless.” Aight, bye-bye, for now.

      • Also you keep saying “AC” which is “CE” … After Common Era. Before Common Era.
        It’s AD and BC. BCE/ACE are not the same dates.
        Again, let us focus on the Gospel and saving grace of Jesus Christ. Solomon was right. “And I gave my heart to know wisdom, and to know madness and folly: I perceived that this also is vexation of spirit.” Ecclesiastes 1:17

      • @Artful Dodger, It’s interesting how people’s handles betray them, for ‘Artful Dodger’ is very appropriate for you, with your fraudulent arguments based upon limiting yourself to the Papist/Freemasonic Biblical canon only. This makes you a 21st century legalistic Pharisee and a blind guide.

        So if, in your view, it’s only the papist canon of 66 books that we can rely on for historical information, what is your stance on the Book of Jasher which is mentioned twice in your infallible papist canon!

        If my memory serves me correctly you waxed lyrical about Flavius Josephus and relying upon him, which proves you’re just a cherry picker and hypocrite who uses this and that, outside of the papist canon, when it suits, to back up your closed minded agenda and erroneous arguments!

        Rhetorical questions be damned. If they had been certain it was Yashua Messiah due to Him having been their long standing neighbour and alleged local builder and carpenter, that question would NEVER have arisen, rhetorical or otherwise, and well you know it! Their outburst would have been more in the vein of: “Look! it’s the carpenter’s son who’s now preaching to us!” not questioning if it was the carpenter’s son.

      • Artful Dodger is a character from a book. Oliver Twist?
        “papist canon of 66 books” That’s wrong. It’s 73 for the Papists. I think Bergoglio is anti-christ. Telling people there is more than one way to heaven. Being a pantheist. Among other blatant offenses.
        “Waxed lyrical.”… “Josephus is a great Jewish historian.” What linguistic skill I used!
        He was/is… When it comes to Jewish history and that time period. He kept an excellent record. He was there at the time. It’s first hand knowledge. That’s why what he says has credence. He also didn’t think Christ was the messiah. So yeah I cherry picked.
        “Rhetorical questions be damned.” ? It’s in the Bible. Careful. Which gospel are you quoting? Matt, Mark, Luke or John?

        Just before the rhetorical questions by the Jews. Mark 6.2 “And when the Sabbath had come, He began to teach in the synagogue. And many hearing Him were astonished, saying, “Where did this Man get these things? And what wisdom is this which is given to Him, that such mighty works are performed by His hands!” isn’t he just the son of Joseph the carpenter? Ta-da! It’s in context now.

        You attacked me falsely. Didn’t answer the simple question. And continue to divert from the only worthwhile focus, Jesus Christ.
        Good-bye Spam-bot.

      • 66 Books in the Protestant cannon. I read those.
        73 in Catholic. I’m not a papist. Mario is not God’s representative on earth. He talks about aliens, and more than one way to heaven.
        Artful Dodger is just a character from Oliver Twist…
        “Josephus is a great Jewish historian” is waxing lyrical?
        He was a Jewish historian writing about current events 2000 years ago… He didn’t believe Jesus was Christ. So yeah I guess I am cherry picking. Jesus was a Jew.
        I wouldn’t be damning scripture.
        Mark 6.2-3 “And when the sabbath day was come, he began to teach in the synagogue: and many hearing him were astonished, saying, From whence hath this man these things? and what wisdom is this which is given unto him, that even such mighty works are wrought by his hands? 3 Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary, the brother of James, and Joses, and of Juda, and Simon? and are not his sisters here with us? And they were offended at him.”
        When you read 2 before 3, it’s obvious they knew who He was. “Is this not?”
        To paraphrase “Isn’t that the son of Joseph? Where did he learn these things?”
        You have accused me of a bunch of nonsense.

      • @Artful Dodger, “He was/is… When it comes to Jewish history and that time period. He kept an excellent record. He was there at the time. It’s first hand knowledge.”

        It’s still not Biblical canon whether 66 or 73 books, so therefore, according to you, not acceptable. I am just applying your devious standards.

        Oh and Protestantism is just a slapper daughter of The Whore in Rome, and both worship the same satanic trinity deity, so whether you’re claiming 66 or 73 books, it makes no difference.

        So I will make my case again that Yashua Messiah went with His great uncle Joseph of Arimathea to Britain and preached The Word to The Israelites that dwelt there. He made His case when only 12 years of age when his parents scolded Him for going missing:

        Luke 2:48-50 (MCV) And when they saw Him, they were amazed: and his mother said unto Him, Son, why hast thou thus dealt with us? behold, thy father and I have sought thee sorrowing. 49 And He said unto them, How is it that ye sought me? do ye not know that I must be about my Father’s business? 50 And they understood not the saying which He spake unto them.

        Now if YOU think His Father’s business was sawing and hammering nails into pieces of wood for 18 years, then you’re totally ignorant of The Truth!

      • How can I reference Lee Strobel, YT videos in Saudi Arabia, “Patterns of evidence: Exodus” and Josephus.
        Suddenly anything outside the bible is “not acceptable. I am just applying your devious standards.” That’s some aggressive language.
        “devious” ? I am trying to be clear and concise. I don’t expect a response. Let alone an attack, with accusations and degradations.

        When I say stick to the canon. I mean, not everything in the dead sea scrolls was divinely inspired. (Gospel of Thomas ex.)
        The 66 have more copies and credence than Plato.
        You’re all over the place. I don’t even go to a church right now. Because they all folded and shuttered their doors. Go convert some people. Share the good news. Why the vitriol? Why are we bickering about nonsense?
        Titus 3:9 “But avoid foolish controversies and genealogies and strife and disputes about the Law, for they are unprofitable and worthless.”
        “And I gave my heart to know wisdom, and to know madness and folly: I perceived that this also is vexation of spirit.” Ecclesiastes 1:17

      • Also Luke 2.46 just before “And it came to pass, that after three days they found him in the temple, sitting in the midst of the doctors, both hearing them, and asking them questions.” 49 “And he said unto them, How is it that ye sought me? wist ye not that I must be about my Father’s business?” God is the Father. It’s so simple.

      • @Artful Dodger “That’s some aggressive language. “devious” ? I am trying to be clear and concise. I don’t expect a response. Let alone an attack, with accusations and degradations.”

        The only thing you’re clear and concise about is attempting to win your false argument with double standards. That is, it’s OK for you to use extra-biblical sources, but not for me to use similar extra-biblical sources, just because they do not fit your closed mind view.

        “God is the Father. It’s so simple”

        Yes and it was His business that the 12 year old Yashua Messiah said that He must be doing, NOT carpentry! THAT is the simplicity, so for the rest of His life that is the work He was engaged in and which involved travelling with His great uncle to Britain before He returned to Samaria and Judea when He was 30 years of age.

        Oh and you keep saying “goodbye”, but do not follow through!

    • @lesley john haynes – How can he become king married to a catholic? No catholic can sit on the throne of England.

      • @Diana Louis He will never become king (nor will his alleged sons) but not because he’s married to a catholic, as she won’t be sitting on the throne. She would only be a mere consort. The physical Royal line will end with the queen when she hands her throne to Yashua Messiah when He returns. She sits upon King David’s throne which Yah (God) has promised to His Son.

        Luke 1:32 (KJV) He shall be Great, and shall be called The Son of The Highest: and The Lord God shall give unto Him The Throne of His father David:

      • They certainly sat on the throne for centuries, up to and including Henry VIII – who continued to practise the Latin Mass – even while he took over the physical estate of the English church & its wealth. He had previously been awarded by Rome the title of ‘Defender of the Faith’ for his fidelity to Catholicism.
        Catholics sat on the throne up to James II – until the Ratzchild-arranged, continued overthrow of the monarch & the country in ‘The Great Revolution’ of 1688, when 100+ Dutch ships & cannons waited in the Channel to invade if the English didn’t accept the Dutch relations of the family in William & Mary (niece of James II).
        No female descendant ever took precedence in a male line. (This was changed recently to inherit in order of birth, thus to extend gender equality to HM’s grt grand daughter Charlotte to sit on the chair. )
        … So you could ask if the current HM ever rightfully sat on the patrilineal throne. And was she actually crowned – according to the long-standing rites of English monarchs.

        The heir in waiting is not known for his attachment to the Christian faith, and decades ago self-labelled as “Defender of Faith(s)” – plural. … No faiths other than Christian can sit on the throne. Certainly not sun god /sacrifice worship, or false ‘light’ stuff with a ‘new (old) age’ rehashed Nile in a 21stC style.

        We’ll see soon enough what they think they’ll be foisting on us – whatever this quack ‘goddess’ is hinting at, or a red herring.

      • @cde, “So you could ask if the current HM ever rightfully sat on the patrilineal throne. And was she actually crowned – according to the long-standing rites of English monarchs.”

        No, she never sat rightfully on the throne, because The Stone of Scone (Jacob’s Pillow) was stolen from beneath the throne chair and this troubled her GREATLY!

        Furthermore, there was no real lawful reason for Edward VIII’s enforced abdication, which means had he come to the throne, she would never have been queen at all and Charles would now be king.

  16. Earth Goddess? It looks like the bloody graffiti you get under the underground that loads of other teenagers have scribbled over, it’s trash, theres’s nothing earth goddess about it, it’s just insulting.

  17. The spirals could well be a symbol of LGBTQ+ implications

  18. Nothing happens in Cornwall without the say so of the Duchy of Cornwall. Aka prince Charles. Aka the big eared nonce. Aka The 5 eyed bastard.

  19. GCHQ headquarters is in Cheltenham… The one in Cornwall is just an out-station…

  20. Specky 5 eyes. Or spooky 5 eyes? Probably after the jabs have taken full effect it could be specky any number of eyes.

    • I’m of the opinion the jabs were a mass experiment. With different ingredients, and doses.
      It does seem they target certain vital organs. Andrea Noack was a graphene pioneer in Germany/Austria.
      He said there is Graphene Hydroxide in all the jabs, and it’s like micro razor blades inside you cutting.
      He theorized that athletes were dying because rapid blood flow, would increase damage. (Cutting)
      Don’t forget clotting.
      Occam’s Razor, no pun. People are poisoned with various doses of nano razors which will kill them. Plus gene editing technology. I think for sterilization.
      If you believe the structures coming out of people arteries during embalming. Are a system of their own. There could be a zombie apocalypse!

      • We are already in the zombie apocalypse. When we are issued our birth certificates we become cargo, lost at sea. The walking dead is every human being in the world. Look into :Russell- Jay- Gould. I’m not suggesting getting into the New Age stuff he’s become associated with, but he’s worth checking out

  21. I have relatives who live in Cornwall, still far asleep I believe, cannot confirm that because I was unfriended fot the obvious reason. Charlie is well involved for sure .:)

  22. Well said Hugo.
    They are showing who their allegiance is to. This so called goddess, who is none other than evil.
    Remember Yah is in control, no matter what.
    Be blessed & serve Him🙏

  23. Off topic: Darius Danish Campbell just dies at 41 years old. I wouldn’t be surprised if it was vaccine related as there was a lot of pressure on those showbiz types and be caused you need to be vaxxed to enter America which is where he lived…

  24. Such a waste of money! My 6 year old could have done a nicer painted statue without the dribbles. That’s ignoring the content too. Come winter many people may be torn between heating or food, but hey they can come outside and look at this ugly, insulting statue and think of the well-spent £80k of tax payers’ money.

    • It’s an Eyesore & a constant reminder we are being watched constantly, all the surveilance cameras aren’t enough watching our every movement😡😡😡

  25. Thanks for that Hugo, I’m an artist and I totally agree with the DOA comment, I’ve always absolutely hated Picasso and the like, art should be beautiful and uplifting as you say, so that’s what I try to make. Ceramics won’t last to long in the rain and cold etc so hopefully it’ll fall apart! Number 5 is the grace of God. Blessings to you.

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