I can really use some donations if you are able.Â http://johndenugent.com/donations-log/ We need an antizionist counter-religion and I need time and peace to create it. Instead, I am back to worrying every second about financial survival, and taking on outside work.
…..Why Vikings hated Christendom
Nice… my Viking ancestors…
…..Are all women nuts? No, but many are insanely naive…
Proof all women are nuts? No, but some are… Â Some even marry murderers on Death Row out of misplaced compassion. I knew this gal’s father well, an ultra-conservative and secretly pro-NS congressman, John Schmitz: https://gma.yahoo.com/mary-kay-letourneau-fualaau-vili-fualaau-detail-path-122829468–abc-news-topstories.html
……shape-shifting Jewish prime minister?
It’s pretty bad when you have to hold a press conference to deny it: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/16/new-zealand-prime-minister-reptile_n_4798398.html This guy is a crypto-Khazar, very Jewish-looking, and extremely evil.
His bizarre daughter, an art student, caused an international scandal by posing nude: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2401561/Does-know-shes-Daughter-New-Zealand-Prime-Minister-bizarre-erotic-photoshoot-posing-octopus-Big-Macs.html
It is sooo typically Jewish to have mediocre talent — and therefore choose to draw attention to yourself with a gimmick or a scandal. And of course this Khazarette does not have gorgeous red hair; it is all from a bottle.
Does he know what she’s up to? Daughter of New Zealand Prime Minister in bizarre erotic photoshoot posing with an octopus and Big Macs
- Stephanie Key, 20, took the raunchy self-portraits for Paris Design Week
- She poses topless with a cherry in her mouth in one picture
- Her father is New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key
They are self-portraits which could land any young daughter in trouble with her parents.
But when your father just so happens to be a prime minister, they are all the more troublesome.
These raunchy self-portraits show Stephanie Key – the 20-year-old daughter of New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key.
Controversial: These self-portraits show Stephanie Key – the 20-year-old daughter of New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key
Odd: In this image, she lies down with with McDonald’s burgers covering her breast, surrounded by fries
Miss Key is studying at a prestigious Paris arts school where she has created these astonishing self-portraits. They are being used to promote a show at Paris Design Week next month.
The photographs could well prove embarrassing for her father as the images show his daughter in a number of revealing poses.
The most controversial picture shows her posing topless with a cherry in her mouth while holding a gun in one hand.
In another, she can be seen lying down with McDonald’s burgers covering her breasts. In anotherÂ she poses naked with sushi on her breasts and an octopus covering her lower body.
Topless: In one of the most controversial images, Miss Key poses topless with a cherry in her mouth, left.
Naked: Miss Key is studying at a prestigious Paris arts school where she has created these astonishing self-portraits which will be used to promote a show at Paris Design Week
Speaking to the Herald On Sunday, New Zealand fashion photographer Chris Sisarich said she clearly has talent.
But he admitted her work was bold ‘considering her backgroundâ€™ and that she was opening herself up for criticism.
â€˜I think New Zealanders can be quite harsh and judgmental. Her value as an artist I think will be affected by the fact that her dad is the PM,’ he said
Brave: A New Zealand fashion photographer admitted her work was bold ‘considering her background’
Her sushi picture will be used to promote her college’s exhibition at Paris Design Week, starting on September 9.
She is one of only six students with work featured in the promotional material.
John Key is the 38th Prime Minister of New Zealand and has been the leader of the country sinceÂ 2008.
He had led his party to victory in both the November 2008 and the November 2011 general elections.
…..Punching pregnant white women – the new black sport? No, but a sign of our times