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Frankenstein or Apparition of Hitler and Teutonic Knights on a Cliff

That was the tragedy. Not that one man had the courage to be evil. But that millions had not the courage to be good. The apparition or a vision if you will, of Adolf Hitler’s Frankenstein and combating Teutonic Crusaders on a snowy cliff, is an ironical ersatz of Salvador Dali’s famous painting. Apparition of Face and Fruit Dish on a Beach is considered as one of the keystones of Dali’s glorified optical illusion juxtapositions. It is a remarkable surrealistic painting of 1938 which requires no extra accolades. However, I picked the Spanish painter’s illusionary design as an experimental vehicle only to the purpose of my concept work which is entirely different. Portraying Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” itself is undoubtedly a divisive provocation in terms of pedestrian views that the world’s evil cannot be spoken or shown, otherwise it would resurrect somehow. The political correctness is a laughable matter; however, millions of progressivists subscribe to the notion that knowledge of dark history corners, controversial philosophy, and extreme religiosity are unnecessary information in one’s development. Fascinating, – eh?

I have no sympathy to the notorious parteigenosse’s creed, not even a little bit. If anything, I have completely opposite civil views. However, one cannot help wondering about au unmistakable enigmatic appeal which this contemptible and objectionable person has. JFK surprisingly said, “Hitler (noble wolf) is one of the greatest men… It is the worship of a national hero who has served his country.… Within a few years, Adolf Hitler will emerge from the hatred which surrounds him as one of the most significant figures that ever lived. ” What exactly in his years of tyranny appeals to otherwise respectable politicians and state figures? How did it happen that a literally homeless person and a street artist till he is almost 30 years old, a man who lived a bohemian life in homeless shelters had managed to come to an absolute control of his country and half of the Europe? If Vienna's Academy of Fine Arts would not reject his application, twice, we would have another skillful German watercolorist in history and that would be it for Hitler. Unfortunately for millions of men, it did not happen. It is believed that he sketched the swastika design himself. Within the period of short 25 years he managed to create an empire, to convince masses in National Socialism world view, to collapse that Empire and to perish.

It appears that the Austrian Frankenstein had invented a new way of the world order and convinced Germans and himself that together they can succeed in creating illumines future for the nation. Adolf Hitler has extremely large number of quotes about lying to people compare to other “philosophers”, coincidence? You may see them below. Unfortunately to everybody, his “brilliant” pass to righteousness and reformation has to be brought by the sword which plunged the civilization into gloom and doom. Perhaps, if he looked closely he would notice that he had a prototype in the creed of reforming the world. We call him Jesus Christ. I think it is safe to accept that Christ knew a thing or two about saving and leading people. However, he did not try to convert his followers to sturmtruppen, fire squads and send them burning the temples and museums. Oh no, Jesus made it crystal clear that philosopher’s job is to make ideas comprehensible and available to people, and not to inflict them on unanticipated mankind. The Frankenstein here is looking at you from the bygone photograph, it is a gentle eyed, conflicted man with awkward mustaches who was drawn together from historical delusions, wrongful assumptions, and misplaced guidelines of good and evil.

(Title Rus) Франкенштейн или Видение Адольфа Гитлера и Тевтонских Рыцарей на Утесе
Software used: Adobe Photoshop ®, Adobe Illustrator ®, Photo Stock
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