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  1. 1. We are all Nazis!!! We are all Nazis!!! We are all Nazis!!!We are all Nazis!!! WeareallNazis!!!WeareallNazis!!! WeareallNazis!!! WeareallNazis!!! By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336) For D0105 Diploma of Graphic Design CUVORO503A Diploma of Graphic Design CUVPRP503A: Present a body of work Study Period 7, Module 2 Checkpoint C Module no 31215a Welcome to Self-check C and your set of Progress Challenges, each of which is designed help you and your assessor track your progress throughout each module. While your assessor will monitor your work when you submit at self-checks, this may not result in direct feedback. Instructions 1. Complete each Progress Challenge as detailed in the module. 2. Correctly label and then upload a PDF or ZIP for each Progress Challenge in the module: • Progress Challenge 1: Researching your presentation • Progress Challenge 2: Planning your presentation 3. Click ‘Submit for Marking’ to complete this Self-check. Tips You can edit your work and upload again, prior to submission. To return to the Progress Challenges, click here.
  2. 2. Progress Challenge 1 31215a Researching your presentation R e s e a r c h t o p i c – s y m b o l s ; P a r t i c u l a r s y m b o l – t h e s w a s t i k a . By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336) Journalist, artist, art director – Steven Heller P a r t A : C h o s e n I n d u s t r y – T h e m e d i a ( t h e p r e s s o r t h e s c r e e n ) v i a m y c a r t o o n s The date of birth for this ‘Design Writer’ is the 7th of July 1950. He has, by his own admission, a ‘guilty obsession’ with this symbol. I stumbled across this YouTube video titled ‘Designing GraphicDesignHistory’1 youcanseeamorethoroughexplanation of Stephen Heller’s ‘obsession’ with the swastika here at 7.30 (7 minutes into a 14 and a ½ minute YouTube video). He is an American Jew, whose parents had survived the Holocaust in WW2, and this probably spurred on his interest in design history and totalitarian regimes (probably to the point he began to see swastikas in everything, much like Sarah Silverman did recently when she thought that roadwork symbols were swastikas, and ‘tweeting’ about it on Twitter). 1 Heller, S (2011): Designing Graphic Design History, in Rock Paper Ink, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkFkb1ghwWo –; accessed Friday, 17 March 2017 at 12:28:22 PM As well as YouTube, he uses Keynote to make presentations:  Steve Heller, Typo2007 Keynote (video): »Das Auge hört mit«2  Steve Heller, Typo2008 Keynote (video): »Iron graphics: Branding totalitarian states«3 2 Font Shop (2007): Stephen Heller – Keynote: The Eye Listens, in TYPO Berlin Video blog | Oversight | Beitrag, in Typo Berlin, http://www. typoberlin.de/video/index.php?node_id=9&lang_id=1&ds_target_id=775 3 Font Shop (2007): Stephen Heller – Keynote: Iron Graphics, http://www. typoberlin.de/video/index.php?node_id=9&lang_id=1&ds_target_id=847
  3. 3. Picture: 1 Heller, S (2011): My Guilty Obsession with Swastikas1 Here are the screenshots below (these are from my iPod Touch) of Sarah Silverman’s tweets: 1 Heller, S (2011): My Guilty Obsession with Swastikas, in Salon http://www.salon.com/2011/07/21/swastika_fascination_imprint/ By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  4. 4. Picture: 3 Retweeted by Paul Joseph Watson5 ; and Shared on his Facebook6 profile 5 Watson, P J (2017): These are surveyor’s markings and you’re a hysterical moron, retrieved from Liberalism is a Mental Disorder, (c/o Facebook), https://www.facebook.com/groups/394523860751477/ 6 Watson, P J (2017): Paul Joseph Watson on Facebook, https://www. facebook.com/paul.j.watson.71?fref=nf Picture: 2 ‘Swastika’ Markings - originally by Sarah Silverman on Twitter4 4 Silverman, S (2017): Swastika Post https://twitter.com/SarahKSilverman/ status/830923187479277568 By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  5. 5. Musicians – Impaled Nazarene Impaled Nazarene was a NSBM (National Socialist Black Metal) band from Finland who formed in the early 1990s, and embraced Finnish Nationalism7 . The cover features a red on black colour scheme. It incorporates the Baphomet goat horns, and inverted crucifix symbols. The presentation methods this band uses are through social media (YouTube, MySpace, and Band Camp), online databases (Discog) and e-commerce (eBay). Picture: 4 Image c/o eBay8 7 The Encyclopaedia of Popular Music (2004): Impaled Nazarene Biography - Music Artist Band Biographies - Artists Bands Bio - FREE MP3 Downloads in Wayback Machine https://web.archive.org/web/20120308003745/ http://www.music.us/biography/artist/29205/impaled_nazarene. html[17/03/2017 4:19:15 PM] 8 Modern Invasion Music (1994): IMPALED NAZARENE - Tol Cormpt Norz Norz Norz LTD ED CD NEW COPY! 1994 pressing!, in eBay, http://www. ebay.ie/itm/IMPALED-NAZARENE-Tol-Cormpt-Norz-Norz-Norz-LTD-ED-CD- NEW-COPY-1994-pressing-/122041468903?hash=item1c6a3d07e7:g:r34A AOSwYSlXgiqh[17/03/2017 5:15:52 PM] Artist - John Heartfield9 John Heartfield is the original artist whose work the band used for the inner cover of the Tol Cormpt Norz Norz Norz album10 , a CD I purchased in 1994. The graphic below depicts Jesus carrying a cross in the shape of a swastika. Had I not bought that album, would I have known who he was? His original name was Helmut Herzfield (19 June 1891– 26 April 1968), making a name for himself by using art as a political weapon. Some of his photomontages were anti-Nazi and anti-fascist statements. He studied at the Royal Bavarian Arts and Crafts School in Munich, moved to Berlin and then to the UK (via the Sudeten Mountains in Czechoslovakia). He later changed his name to John Heartfield. His works appear in many museums in Europe, the UK and the USA11 . Alongside his numerous works appearing in publications and exhibitions, they appear online courtesy of his grandson, John J Heartfield12 . 9 Heartfield, J (1974): My Dreams Your Nightmare, in Dirty Harry, http:// www.dirtyharrry.com/1974/08/john-heartfield.html 10 Nuclear War Now Productions (2014): Impaled Nazarene – Vigorous and Liberating Death, http://www.nwnprod.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=8265 30&sid=41ddedf5cf867a4b72c077e6a0718ed4 11 Wikipedia (2017) John Heartfield, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_ Heartfield 12 Heartfield, J (2017): John Heartfield Biography by Grandson, John J Heartfield, http://www.johnheartfield.com/John-Heartfield-Exhibition/john- heartfield-art/political-art-posters/heartfield-posters-aiz/heartfield-aiz- hitler Part B: B 1 : I n d u s t r y – m u s i c : I m p a l e d N a z a r e n e – T o l C o r m p t N o r z N o r z N o r z By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  6. 6. Picture: 5: Image c/o John Heartfield B2: Industry – textiles: Whirling logs (Navajo) The Artist – Melissa Cody Her specialty – weaving, textiles and folk art; the symbol is called a ‘whirling log’ and in Navajo (Dine) iconography, it denotes ‘Abundance, prosperity, healing and luck’13 . Like many other Navajo women from previous generations, Ms Cody made her living selling her handicrafts at local markets. She studied at the Institute of American Indian Arts at Santa Fe, and exhibited her works in Museums like the International 13 ICNM Staff (2013): Melissa Cody’s Whirling Logs: Don’t You Dare Call Them Swastikas in Indian Country Median Network, https:// indiancountrymedianetwork.com/culture/arts-entertainment/melissa- codys-whirling-logs-dont-you-dare-call-them-swastikas/[25/02/2017 9:17:32 AM]; Whirling Log (2017): Whirling Log – The Swastika in Navajo Textiles, http://www.whirlinglog.com/home.html[25/02/2017 9:26:20 AM] Folk Art Museum in Santa Fe and the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC. There was also a connection between Cody’s work and the Germans in Pennsylvania14 . The presentation methods she uses are through Social Media: Instagram, Tumblr, LinkedIn and Facebook15 . Picture: 6 Melissa Cody - Whirling log textile (featuring a swastika) Part C Peer feedback To be advised. 14 Lovelace, J (2015): Clear Focus – Melissa Cody, https://craftcouncil.org/ magazine/article/clear-focus 15 Cody, M (2017): Melissa Cody on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/ melissascody?fref=ts By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  7. 7. Historical trends, history of the swastika – Europe, the Middle East, the Americas Formal and conceptual elements of design of those chosen research subjects 1. Use of geometrics e.g. crosses, triangles, Symmetrical vs. asymmetrical images 2. Colours – black, red, white, greyscale, multicoloured; hue/ saturation; tone – light and dark, colour combinations. 3. Repetition, symbolic of history repeating itself? 4. Direction – right facing or left facing swastikas? Is it a move towards prosperity, supremacy or demise? 5. Geopolitics perhaps? E.g. the modern day ‘Rez culture’ for Native Americans – what is it reminiscent of? a. Neo-fascism in both the UK and Europe? Do the Natives form gangs like the skinheads and Chavs overseas? b. How much does the Rez slang sound like other forms of slang around the world e.g. the Chav16 words like ‘Innit?’ (The UK), the use of the word ‘bro’ in New Zealand by the Maoris or ‘bra’ by surfers? c. Native Americans taking an interest in punk and heavy metal? 16 Wikipedia (2017): Chav, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chav How can I incorporate them into my presentation? Present as a historical timeline 1. Ancient – Finland; recent – (versus Russia and Sweden); modern – National Socialist Black Metal Movement (the 1990’s Counter Culture, like British Punk) 2. Ancient – Navajo (USA) – whirling logs (ancient symbol); recent – association with the Germans and place of the Navajos in WWII (e.g. Code talkers); modern – reclaiming that symbol and prosperity (e.g. through the casino). 3. Ancient – Israel (Promised Land); recent – WWII and Germany; modern – prevalence of Judaism in the USA and the media. 4. Ancient – Australia – Aborigines, European settlement; recent - Australia’s part in war (esp. WW2); modern – National Pride and identity, the flag, our attitudes towards new migrants. What do these people have in common? Use Venn diagram to illustrate the common traits and influences: 1. Artistic; 2. Cultural; 3. Religious; 4. Geographical; 5. Political; 6. Musical tastes P a r t D E m e r g i n g t r e n d s By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  8. 8. What personal interest may I have in this (and other) symbols? Contributing factors (Timeline, correlational, mind map): 1. Ethnicity 2. Heritage 3. Faith 4. Geography 5. Linguistic background 6. Socioeconomic background 7. Music preference On the other hand, perhaps I should be using Marty Two Bulls as an example17 . Anyway, I have probably included more political art than I should, but the three main political artists are art writer Steven Keller, the Finnish band Impaled Nazarene, and textile artist, Melissa Cody. 17 Two Bulls, M (2017): Native American Studies 101 – The Rez Accent, in Indian Country Media Network, https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/ author/marty-two-bulls/ By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  9. 9. What is it? According to the Foundation for Critical Thinking18 , critical thinking is: … that mode of thinking — about any subject, content, or problem — in which the thinker improves the quality of his or her thinking by skilfully analysing, assessing, and reconstructing it. There are ten steps to critical thinking: 1. Describe problems. 2. Conduct research/gather information 3. Identify assumptions/biases. 4. Identify and use correct language. 5. Interpret data from research. 6. Recognise propositions (if that, then this) relationships. 7. Draw conclusions. 8. Test conclusions. 9. Review personal beliefs based on this procedure. 10. Render accurate judgements about the ideas considered. 18 Critical Thinking Community, Our Concept and Definition of Critical Thinking, http://www.criticalthinking.org/pages/our-concept-of-critical- thinking/411[16/03/2017 5:13:16 AM] Assumption Busting: A. Assumption – anything that looks like a swastika must be a Nazi or Totalitarian organisation. B. Reality – we have to test that assumption to see whether or not that is true. This technique is like Rational Emotive Therapy (a form of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy)19 . If a Jewish person is concerned about Anti-Semitism, he or she may worry as to whether everything they spot is a swastika, as Sarah Silverman did. To remedy that, one needs to take a step back and look into the real meaning of a logo or roadwork symbol (as did Steven Keller20 ). The individual replaces one’s old belief that the Swastika was a sign of Nazism, with the idea that it also has other meanings. Harold Jarche’s Personal Knowledge Mastery: Harold Jarche has put up this web tool for critical thinking. 19 Psychologist World (2017): Psychology issues – Rational Emotive Therapy, https://www.psychologistworld.com/treatments/rational-emotive- therapy.php 20 Heller, S (2011): Designing Graphic Design History, in Rock Paper Ink, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkFkb1ghwWo –; accessed Friday, 17 March 2017 at 12:28:22 PM Progress Challenge 231215a Planning your presentation P a r t A : C r i t i c a l t h i n k i n g By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  10. 10. He is also the pioneer for Personal Knowledge Mastery, where there is21 : …A set of processes, individually constructed, to help each of us make sense of our world, work more effectively, and contribute to society. PKM means taking control of your professional development, and saying connected in the network era, whether you are an employee, self-employed, or between jobs. 1. Personal – according to one’s abilities, interests & motivation. (not directed by external forces) 2. Knowledge – understanding information and experience in order to act upon it. (know what, know who, know 21 Jarche, H (2011): Personal Knowledge Mastery in Jarche.com, http:// jarche.com/pkm/[18/03/2017 10:58:23 AM] how) 3. Mastery – the journey from apprentice to disciplined sense maker and knowledge catalyst. (masters do not need to be managed) We could say that Stephen Heller is the ‘disciplined sense maker’ who managed to make sense of the swastika symbol in this instance. Here is a diagram of ‘sense making in practice’. Figure 1: Harold Jarche - Sense making in practice – the ways in which one can make sense of one’s environment22 22 Jarche, H (2013): Sense Making in Practice, in Jarche.com, http://jarche. com/2013/05/sense-making-in-practice/[21/03/2017 7:29:02 PM] By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  11. 11. Edward deBono’s Six Thinking Hats23 This is a simple, effective technique helping one become more productive by separating thinking into six distinct categories. Each category is identified with its own colored metaphorical “thinkinghat.”Bymentallywearingandswitching“hats,”enables one focus or redirect thoughts, the conversation, or the meeting.  After your team learns the skills behind the Six Thinking Hats® system they’ll: 1. Hold critical meetings without emotions or egos making bad decisions 2. Avoid the easy but mediocre decisions by knowing how to dig deeper 3. Increase productivity and even more important -- be more effective 4. Make creative solutions the norm 5. Maximize and organize each person’s thoughts and ideas 6. Get to the right solution quickly and with a shared vision Below are the six thinking hats: The Six Thinking Hats (or modes) The White Hat The White Hat calls for information known or needed (no, not necessarily the KKK either, more like a bowling hat that senior citizens wear when playing bowls). The Red Hat The Red Hat signifies feelings, hunches and intuition (the Santa Claus hat). 23 DeBono, E (2017): Edward deBono’s Six Thinking Hats in DeBono Thinking Systems, http://www.debonothinkingsystems.com/tools/6hats. htm The Black Hat The Black Hat is judgment -- the devil’s advocate or why something may not work (I’ll get you my Pretty)!!! The Yellow Hat The Yellow Hat symbolizes brightness and optimism (the golden crown). The Green Hat The Green Hat focuses on creativity: the possibilities, alternatives and new ideas (a Leprechaun’s hat). The Blue Hat The Blue Hat is to manage the thinking process (a police officer’s hat). In other words, we have to ‘wear many hats’ depending on who we interact with; put ourselves in other people’s minds and put on our ‘thinking caps’. Part B: Branding or themes Grid style theme for an online portfolio Adam Chang24 : this New York based freelance Art Director, Designer, and Illustrator, has his client and employer’s logos arranged in a grid-like structure. He has a simple profile picture, serif font (Georgia), a lot of white space and a ‘clean’ minimalistic appearance (not many fonts or different colours). 24 Chang, A (2017): Adam Chang Portfolio| Freelance Art Director | Freelance Designer: ‘Contact’ in Same Tomorrow, http://sametomorrow. com/contact/ By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  12. 12. Branding: Ausgrid This logo looks very much like a swastika, with the rectangles pointing in a clockwise direction. This makes me wonder if Ausgrid is some kind of totalitarian regime regarding electricity usage in Australia, people living ‘off the grid’ would be penalised, and that electricity workers are actually Nazis policing our electricity use25 . 25 Font Shop (2007): Stephen Heller – Keynote: Iron Graphics, Branding totalitarian states in Typo Berlin, http://www.typoberlin.de/video/index. php?node_id=9&lang_id=1&ds_target_id=847 Unlike Adam Chang’s portfolio, Ausgrid uses more colour (cool colour combinations), less white space and a sans-serif font (Arial). The web page below shows a tile-like layout (okay, how long are we going to keep our lights on? = How long are we going to take in the toilet? = how much toilet paper will we use? Etc, etc). However, Ausgrid is far from being ‘totalitarian’. They underwent a few name changes prior to taking on the moniker, Ausgrid. They operate under the NSW State Government. They aim to provide safe and reliable electricity; much like NSW Police Service’s aim to keep the neighbourhood and streets safe. The numerous success stories for many developing (‘third world’) nations, and even some indigenous people in developed By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  13. 13. ones, has shown repeatedly how electricity can improve lives. The linoleum print by Melissa Cody shows a ‘rainbow man’ (with a plug at the end) curled around a ‘good luck’ sign and a swastika. Again, she has successfully portrayed the connection between luck, electricity and the swastika (presumably for the Navajo/Dine). Other Native American tribes (like the Hopi, for instance) warn of the likelihood of people becoming lazy and dependent on electricity, hence the message here is to either minimise your electricity use, have alternatives when there is none and to lead a balanced life. Picture: 1: ‘Good luck’ (Linoleum Print) by Melissa Cody26 26 Cody, M (2017): Home Page, in Cody Textiles, http://www.codytextiles. com/index.html By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  14. 14. Part C: Design Choices Currently, I have a choice between PowerPoint (which I have used in the past) and InDesign (which I tend to use for my presentations). I can either upload to LinkedIn and SlideShare, and show my slide presentations that way; or upload the pictures to Behance (for which I already have a grid-style theme of my own), Google+, Facebook or Pinterest. Alternatively, I could export the presentation to a video (e.g. mpeg) and upload it to YouTube, or as a Shock Wave file (Adobe Flash) and upload it there. What I decide to do with the presentation, I do not know, yet – all I know is that I will most likely use InDesign and make a template from that. I have decided not to outsource yet, as it would cost extra money. However, a professional print job might come in handy if I am to send hard copies of my portfolio to prospective clients. By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  15. 15. Part D: Template Here are a few examples of how my templates or page layouts may look, with margins and columns, as well as placeholder text and frames for pictures (marked with a cross as well). Below is a template for my title page. Please note that I have created this page for two reasons – firstly to lighten the mood (by joking about being labelled a Nazi); and secondly, to clear up the misconceptions about the real meaning. The next two pages incorporate the three-column layout (as in the ‘rule of thirds’), while the last page layout goes back to using the swastika layout much like the first one. By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
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  17. 17. 1. Describe problems. See something that looks like a swastika. 2. Conduct research/gather information. Find out all possible meanings of swastikas and related symbols. 3. Identify assumptions/biases. Bias – political, cultural, racial? Is this person really a fascist? 4. Identify and use correct language. Different names for Swastikas? E.g. the Whirling Log for Instance. The Ausgrid logo? 5. Interpret data from research. Check out the facts from the organisation’s web site? 6. Recognise propositions (if that, then this) relationships. If Ausgrid’s logo really is a Swastika, then it must be a Totalitarian organisation. 7. Draw conclusions. Ausgrid is concerned about reliable and safe electricity coverage statewide, and are probably concerned about safety and security issues (particularly when going out at night). 8. Test conclusions. You can measure the reliability and safety of your electricity supply through the quality of your life – in terms of your education, your social life, entertainment, safety, personal needs (cooking, cleaning), prosperity etc. 9. Review personal beliefs based on this procedure. Hence, the swastika is a symbol of good luck and prosperity (like the whirling log) and not necessarily one of Totalitarianism. 10. Render accurate judgements about the ideas considered. As long as Ausgrid (or any other electricity supplier) continues to provide electricity, then the quality of life will continue to improve. A bit extra: The Swastika and Critical Thinking: By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  18. 18.  Chang, A (2017): Adam Chang Portfolio| Freelance Art Director | Freelance Designer: ‘Contact’ in Same Tomorrow, http://sametomorrow. com/contact/  Cody, M (2017): Home Page, in Cody Textiles, http://www.codytextiles. com/index.html  Cody, M (2017): Melissa Cody on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/ melissascody?fref=ts  Critical Thinking Community, Our Concept and Definition of Critical Thinking, http://www.criticalthinking.org/pages/our-concept-of-critical- thinking/411[16/03/2017 5:13:16 AM]  DeBono, E (2017): Edward deBono’s Six Thinking Hats in DeBono Thinking Systems, http://www.debonothinkingsystems.com/tools/6hats.htm  Font Shop (2007): Stephen Heller – Keynote: Iron Graphics, Branding totalitarian states in Typo Berlin, http://www.typoberlin.de/video/index. php?node_id=9&lang_id=1&ds_target_id=847  Font Shop (2007): Stephen Heller – Keynote: Iron Graphics, http:// www.typoberlin.de/video/index.php?node_id=9&lang_id=1&ds_target_ id=847  Font Shop (2007): Stephen Heller – Keynote: The Eye Listens, in TYPO Berlin Video blog | Oversight | Beitrag, in Typo Berlin, http:// www.typoberlin.de/video/index.php?node_id=9&lang_id=1&ds_target_ id=775  Heartfield, J (1974): My Dreams Your Nightmare, in Dirty Harry, http://www.dirtyharrry.com/1974/08/john-heartfield.html[17/03/2017 5:33:36 PM]  Heartfield, J (2017): John Heartfield Biography by Grandson, John J Heartfield, http://www.johnheartfield.com/John-Heartfield-Exhibition/ john-heartfield-art/political-art-posters/heartfield-posters-aiz/ heartfield-aiz-hitler  Heller, S (2011): Designing Graphic Design History, in Rock Paper Ink, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkFkb1ghwWo –; accessed Friday, 17 March 2017 at 12:28:22 PM  Heller, S (2011): Designing Graphic Design History, in Rock Paper Ink, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkFkb1ghwWo –; accessed Friday, 17 March 2017 at 12:28:22 PM  Heller, S (2011): My Guilty Obsession with Swastikas, in Salon http:// www.salon.com/2011/07/21/swastika_fascination_imprint/  ICNM Staff (2013): Melissa Cody’s Whirling Logs: Don’t You Dare Call Them Swastikas in Indian Country Median Network, https:// indiancountrymedianetwork.com/culture/arts-entertainment/melissa- codys-whirling-logs-dont-you-dare-call-them-swastikas/[25/02/2017 9:17:32 AM];  Jarche, H (2011): Personal Knowledge Mastery in Jarche.com, http:// jarche.com/pkm/[18/03/2017 10:58:23 AM]  Jarche, H (2013): Sense Making in Practice, in Jarche.com, http://jarche. com/2013/05/sense-making-in-practice/[21/03/2017 7:29:02 PM]  Lovelace, J (2015): Clear Focus – Melissa Cody, https://craftcouncil.org/ magazine/article/clear-focus  Modern Invasion Music (1994): IMPALED NAZARENE - Tol Cormpt Norz Norz Norz LTD ED CD NEW COPY! 1994 pressing!, in eBay, http://www. ebay.ie/itm/IMPALED-NAZARENE-Tol-Cormpt-Norz-Norz-Norz-LTD-ED- CD-NEW-COPY-1994-pressing-/122041468903?hash=item1c6a3d07e7 :g:r34AAOSwYSlXgiqh[17/03/2017 5:15:52 PM]  Nuclear War Now Productions (2014): Impaled Nazarene – Vigorous and Liberating Death, http://www.nwnprod.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=82 6530&sid=41ddedf5cf867a4b72c077e6a0718ed4  Psychologist World (2017): Psychology issues – Rational Emotive Therapy, https://www.psychologistworld.com/treatments/rational- emotive-therapy.php  Silverman,S(2017):SwastikaPosthttps://twitter.com/SarahKSilverman/ status/830923187479277568 References By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)
  19. 19.  The Encyclopaedia of Popular Music (2004): Impaled Nazarene Biography - Music Artist Band Biographies - Artists Bands Bio - FREE MP3 Downloads in Wayback Machine https://web.archive.org/web/20120308003745/ http://www.music.us/biography/artist/29205/impaled_nazarene. html[17/03/2017 4:19:15 PM]  Two Bulls, M (2017): Native American Studies 101 – The Rez Accent, in Indian Country Media Network, https://indiancountrymedianetwork. com/author/marty-two-bulls/  Watson, P J (2017): Paul Joseph Watson on Facebook, https://www. facebook.com/paul.j.watson.71?fref=nf  Watson, P J (2017): These are surveyor’s markings and you’re a hysterical moron, retrieved from Liberalism is a Mental Disorder, (c/o Facebook), https://www.facebook.com/groups/394523860751477/  Whirling Log (2017): Whirling Log – The Swastika in Navajo Textiles, http://www.whirlinglog.com/home.html[25/02/2017 9:26:20 AM]  Wikipedia (2017) John Heartfield, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_ Heartfield  Wikipedia (2017): Chav, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chav By Colleen Sedgwick (E0498336)

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