‘So oddly blatant’: Satanic tapestry featured at World Economic Forum
By Bob Unruh
‘The message is clear. In fact, explicitly clear’
The world’s richest people, whose who travel by private jet burning up fossil fuels from resort home to resort home all the while complaining that the “‘people” don’t want to buy expensive and unreliable electric vehicles to “save” the planet, do things differently.
Take, for example, what was represented to be “art” at a recent World Economic Forum gathering in Switzerland.
A “satanic” tapestry.
A report in the EU Times explained a “curious and disturbing” piece had gone viral after the Davos summit.
“It began when journalist Larry Alex Taunton went undercover to the annual globalist confab and infiltrated a conference room full of elites talking about the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals,” the report said.
“During their discussion, Taunton’s camera caught sight of the work of art, known as the Walthamstow Tapestry, hanging on the wall next to them.”
The report explained that tapestry “is a large mural created in 2009 by cross-dressing contemporary artist Grayson Perry.”
It shows, in the style of cave paintings, a birth, a man’s life, death, corporate promotions for various conglomerates and more.
“The tapestry begins with the birth of a baby along a river of blood that eventually flows into the waiting mouth of the Devil, ending in the death of an old man,” the report said.
A report in the Herald Posts said companies featured in the display include Coca-Cola, Sotheby’s, Red Bull and the BBC.