Banksy has weighed in on the global warming issue.
According to the BBC, Banksy Graphitized the following; 'I don’t believe in Global Warming' (during the end of the
We would naturally conclude the opposite, that infact, the ability to question all forms of authority and theories should be the norm. In one way or another developing a healthy dose of skeptism is the antithesis of existence.
I can speak for most when I say, we would like to hear from Banksy himself on the issue, rather than have the mainstream media use it at will as there monkey wrench, turning on and off the fear that is consistently and systematically launched by the mainstream media in line with the IPCC mandate, that climate change is the fault of human C02 emissions, when in fact this has been thoroughly debunked.
In an interesting twist, Simon Cowell has received a Banksy Painting, Commissioned by the Sysco Executives, those who Produce X-Factor.
Quote from a recent Forum;
"UNLESS BANKSY HAS SOMETHING UP HIS SLEEVE, I'M THOROUGHLY UNIMPRESSED WITH THIS DECISION TO ACCEPT MONEY FROM A MONEY MAKING MACHINE WHICH DIRECTLY EXPLOITS THE DUMBING DOWN OF AN ENTIRE GENERATION -
"CAN SOMEONE SAY 'BANKSY IS A SELLOUT!!'
COWELL'S BANKSY BALANCE By Clemmie Moodie 29/12/2009
EXCLUSIVE: He gets £500k artwork as Xmas gift
Simon Cowell has been given a half million pound festive bonus - a one-off picture by Banksy.
Execs at Syco commissioned the graffiti artist to do a reproduction of Degas' 1874 masterpiece Rehearsal Of The Ballet On Stage, featuring Simon.
The artwork - in which Cowell's head is superimposed on to the ballet master - was intended as a thank you following the success of this year's X Factor.
A thrilled Cowell, 50, has had two prints of the original made to hang in his homes in Barbados and LA. The original has pride of place in his London house.
A source said: "Record label execs wanted something unique to give to Simon. He's a secret art collector and loves Degas - plus he's a huge fan of Banksy.
"So they got Banksy to mock up one of Degas' most famous works. In the picture, it looks like Simon's deciding whether or not the girl has the X Factor.
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"He took one look at it and declared it 'hilarious'."
Paris-born impressionist Edgar Degas is famed for his portraits of ballet dancers. Meanwhile graffiti artist Banksy made his name with stencil-style "guerrilla" art in public spaces across London, Bristol and Brighton.
His works sell for hundreds of thousands of pounds and his fans include Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Christina Aguilera. The once anonymous artist is believed to be Robert Gunningham.
The source added: "Banksy rarely does private commissions so it was a real coup by record label bosses to secure his services. They are very pleased with what he created."
Cowell is holidaying in Barbados and had mum Julie, 84, flown in for a New Year break.
A source added: "He's a real mummy's boy at heart."
BBC REPORT -
Banksy art tackles global warming
The murals appeared as the Copenhagen summit ended
Graffiti artist Banksy has marked the end of the Copenhagen climate conference with a series of murals, including one on global warming.
The four works appeared along the Regent's Canal in Camden, north London.
One includes the phrase: "I don't believe in global warming," with letters disappearing below the water.
Banksy has gained an international following for his graffiti and exhibitions, the latest of which drew 300,000 visitors in Bristol.
His four new works near Camden's Oval Bridge also include a mural of a boy using a fishing rod to pull the name Banksy out of the river.
Elusive artist Banksy has gained an international following
Another mural shows a rat wearing a top hat and suit, while the fourth depicts a man pasting up wallpaper that resembles graffiti.
In September, Hackney Council in east London partially covered a Banksy mural with black paint by mistake.
His spoof image of the Royal Family appeared on the side of a building in Stoke Newington, east London, before it was painted over.
The UN Copenhagen summit ended at the weekend without setting legally binding climate change targets.