Victor Hugo Wall Street Art

Fake News : Keep Feeding Them Sweets And Telling Them Lies; New York Times, Washington Post And The Onion.” By Victor-Hugo Vaca II

  • Size: 3 x 5
  • Date: April 18, 2013
  • Medium: Graffiti on Collectors Item Bear Stearns stationary from desk of Senior Managing Director.

Feed Them sweets and tell them lies, describes the evolving atmosphere of rapidly declining public trust in mainstream-media-news outlets, like CNN, that use crisis actors to produce fake news reports and pretend journalists, like Brian Williams, who willfully distract the general public from the Federal Reserve and global banking industry concerns in favor of sex scandals, speculation and opinion rather than evidence-based journalism, as noted in a record breaking 2016 Gallup Poll that reveals plummeting public trust in journalists.

As seen through the eyes of a United States Naval Academy trained artist, in his Diary of The World On Canvas, also known as, modern-art-gonzo-journalism, this noir graffiti series emerges from the desk of the Senior Managing Director at Bear Stearns Headquarters in New York City, to remind the world why Wall Street Banks, like Wells Fargo, are spooked at the tsunami of potential accountability facing global trust companies, like Bank Of America, that enslave shell-shocked U.S. tax payers, struggling to pay off multi-billion dollar bank bailouts, authorized by corrupt government leaders, propagating a doomsday-mentality while peddling a bombastic “too-big-to-fail” narrative to uneducated masses, in the face of growing economic disparity used as an excuse for usury, in the Age of Obama.

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