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Yesterday I noticed a news item next to the one about the sandblasting of the Springfield Creamery mural. Once again I felt I was gazing into a crystal ball, a portal that Art and News created. In April of 1988 we get a glimpse of the coming Obamacare

“a task force working to alleviate a serious shortage of medical services for the uninsured and the poor”

In the last two days the Republicans put on their war paint and encircled Obamacare with sandblasters, they determined to obliterates all traces of it, wipe it from our memory. At the same time Trump is sandblasting the European Union and the NATO Alliance. It looks like PEACE is a thing of the past. The Sandman cometh! The Dream is dead!

“A slice of the 60s came to a gritty end.”,666053&hl=en

The Rochester group will open the week’s activities with their friendship dinner at 6:45 p. m., Saturday, at the Sagamore Hotel, with Miss Florence M. Kreck-el. president, presiding. Guest ppeaker will be Dr. Suzanne Granitsch Konirsch. Dr. Kc-nirsch is Austrian and an International lawyer. Her topic will be “Is a Federated States of Europe Possible?”

Helene Granitsch, the mother of Suzanne, died in Portland Oregon. Helene had the The Last Audience in her possession. She was a leader of the Woman’s Movement in Austria, and the United States. The Weekly and the Schnitzer Museum curators did not know this. I believe thy are irate that I made them aware of it, because, they can’t do their Blandish Thing with it. In the last several months Trump and the Republicans have sandblasted away the Woman’s Movement. What will replace it? Who, or What, is the Sandblaster? I identify him/her with Devo, a Cosmic Cyberspace Man who follows after Writers, Artists, and Mad Scientists who believe in Global Warming, and wipe-out our work – at least threaten to. Eraser Man? De-evolution!

 1938 Granitsch moved to the United States, where she also busied himself in the women’s movement, and was elected in the “Women worlds council” in Washington . As a writer, was devoted mainly the question of woman Granitsch and edited the “book of women”.

Ripe for parody; Devo used the ‘universal worker’ outfit to advantage

But none of this was the fault of the boiler suit! The usefulness of having no gap between trousers and jacket became apparent for different applications; rainproofing and warmth.  During WW1, pilots of open-cockpit biplanes needed protection to fly in inclement weather, which inspired Sydney Cotton to invent the one-piece ‘Sidcot’ flight suit, in 1917:

Here is Erin Sullivan, one of the two women artists that painted the Springfield mural. Being a astrologer she did everything ABOVE THE RAINBOW. Together these women reinvented Astrological Art, which may be the First Art. The exploding lightbulb represents the Creation of the Universe of Ideas. We are made of Ideas that the sandblaster makes fresh with his/destructive ways, because, there is nothing NEW under the sun. All News, is Old News. However, there is the Art of Stefan Eins, who is an Astrologer of sorts. He reads things in cracked pavement….things to come!


When you combine the Creamery mural with the DNA in the Habsburg painting, along with the birthdays of the individuals, you get a Collective Star Chart. The stars are the same as they ever were, ever was, ever will be!



The Artist may be the Sandblaster. I have painted over work I did not like. My mind erases images all the time, ideas that never made it on the canvas. This is why I have taken an interest in the work of Stefan Eins who has taken Readymade Art to the next level. He may believe in Pre-existing Art with hidden message delivered by Aliens, which is to say, we can perceive the message, but never write, or draw the message, because we are not responsible.

This is proven to me in the events of the unveiling of the Last Audience, where the upper crust citizens wear costumes pretending to be citizens of Vienna. Little do they know that behind the Curtain lurks the Gestapo. This was not pointed out till I came along fifty years later – and drew back the Curtain. For doing this I am snubbed and reviled. The people who are doing this to me can not take responsibility – because they are not artists! They are Pretend People, props and facades! What are they waiting for? Well, they are waiting For War. They are waiting for some Dictator to come along to take away your Freedom, your Good Health, your Newspapers…………..AND YOUR ART!

The Sandblaster might be that which wipes out the memory of war, the idea that it is a very bad idea. If there had not been war in Europe with the rise of Hitler von Sandblaster, Empress Zita would not have had to flee to the United States. Try as they may, The Last Audience does not belong to the University of Oregon Art Museum.

Stefan’s father saw the Tiger Tanks rolling onward to Stanlingrad. He ran alongside them. That two artists who never met, own the same vision, suggests a Great War – commeth. Who is convincing us our good ideas are not good anymore?

Stefan has thrown a monkey wrench in the works in regards to how we come to own art, and thus, own anything. Drawing lines in the sand and making borders invites The Trespasser………to come an remove all that you hold dear!


Here is a glimpse into the future. These happy laughing men have just hauled Stefan’s cracked concrete blocks out of Vienna in a box car for safe keeping, because, his work has become the new currency. What do you VALUE?

Jon Presco

President: Royal Rosamond Press


I just discovered Lynn S. McCready was the president of the bank the ‘Last Audience of the Habsburgs’ was stored for seventeen years. He was secretary of ‘Friends of the Museum’ that unveiled this large canvas at the El Union, A replica of the Shonbrunn Palace was a backdrop for a faux Vienna feast, the guests enjoying Euro-Quiseen as they pretend to be Habsburg Royalty. Lynn knew the history of this painting. He had to know the owner, or, the person that put this painting in his care. Did this person disappear, and, thus McCready considered it IS HIS to do what he want with it? Did this person sell, or, pay off a debt with this incredible work of art? Was it seized in a foreclosure? Did Lynn consider contacting the Austrian Government, or, a living Habsburg, to see if they wanted it? Would he make a gift of it, or, would he be looking for a buyer? What if they demanded the return this painting? Do any of the past regents of the University of Oregon know the truth about the unfinished image of the little girl without a body?


As usual, my muse has bid me to give away all my information – FOR FREE! Royal Rosamond Press ‘A Newspaper For The Arts’ will publish this incredible Odessy. This painting is The Golden Fleece of Freedom’. Because Putin is putting faux demonstrators for one of our Democratic candidates in the streets of Moscow, and for the reason the FBI is leaking information favorable to one candidate, and, for the reason I have been looking at hideous stories of Nazis declaring people, INFERIOR, so they can loot them, take everything from them, I will show you how the hidden BARRICADES that lie on the otherside of those Habsburgs dressed to the nines, and, putting on the Ritz.

Do not let The New Panzer Tanks roll into our polls, and influence how We The People Vote! I sent out several e-mails to Austrians who represent a Modern Culture of Liberty. Joseph Schwob is affiliated with the Austrian Cultural Forum. What I suggest if The United Nation of Artists, a forum that will meet once a year, compare notes, and make sur the Voice of the Artist, past and present, is being heard. We own a universal message that is due much recognition. Our voice had been political, in a unique way. This Habsburg painting speaks volumes. I will blog on it till Tuesday. till we go to the polls.

The man who could have owned the image of the little girl with no body, is on the far right. Captain Otto Schnieder was awarded The Knights Cross, and Iron Cross, alone with his compatriots who are smiling because they rode helter-skelter into other folks land with modern Panzer tanks. I will reveal more about this little girl. I believe she, and the white roses, represents ‘The Spring of Nations’

Jon Presco

Copyright 2016

Trump indicated he was indifferent to whether the EU stays together or not, a sharp break from the Obama administration, which encouraged British people to vote to remain in the EU in the June referendum.

Ripping apart our health care system — with no plan to replace it — will create chaos,” said Sen. Patty Murray of Washington, the senior Democrat on the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. “If Republicans repeal the Affordable Care Act, it’s women, kids, seniors, patients with serious illnesses, and people with disabilities who will bear the burden.”

“Premiums will skyrocket,” she continued. “Out-of-pocket prescription drug costs will rise. And overall health care costs will increase. It’s a perfect storm to make America sick again — and absolutely the wrong direction for families and for our economy.”

While Republicans are eager to repeal the Affordable Care Act, they have acknowledged that it could cause serious problems for Americans if the law is scrapped without a replacement plan ready to go.

German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, left, talks with British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson during an EU foreign ministers meeting at the EU Council in Brussels on Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. (Geert Vanden Wijngaert/Associated Press)

January 16 at 3:09 PM

BRUSSELS — European Union nations bracing for the looming Donald Trump presidency showed defiance Monday in the face of the president-elect’s stinging comments on everything from NATO and German cars to the crumbling of the EU itself.German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said the U.S. president-elect’s view that NATO was obsolete and his criticism that European allied members aren’t paying their fair share had “caused astonishment.”

Trump also said Britain’s decision to leave the 28-nation European Union would “end up being a great thing,” and he predicted that other countries would also leave.

At a meeting of EU ministers, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said the best response to such comments was simple — “it is the unity of the Europeans.”

In Berlin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted: “We Europeans have our fate in our own hands.”

“I’m personally going to wait until the American president takes office, and then we will naturally work with him on all levels,” she told reporters.

French President Francois Hollande was even more outspoken in his defiance.

Europe “has no need for outside advice to tell it what to do,” Hollande said at a ceremony for outgoing U.S. ambassador in Paris Jane Hartley.

“Europe will always be willing to pursue trans-Atlantic cooperation, but it will base its decisions on its interests and its values,” he added.

Some EU officials fear Trump’s frequent, often acerbic Twitter postings might be the prelude to a caustic presidency after Friday’s inauguration.

“We are going to move away from, I guess, a kind of Twitter diplomacy, and then into a reality,” said Danish Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen, adding that reality could be “perhaps more difficult than what is going on on Twitter.”

EU foreign ministers were already worried what Trump might do beyond their continent. They came out against any plan by Trump to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and warned that it could ratchet up tensions with the Arab world.

“It is very important for us all to refrain from unilateral actions,” EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said. “We hope that there can be reflection on consequences of any move that is taken,” she said.

Although Trump had made similar statements about NATO during his election campaign, his recent comments still came as a bit of a surprise since his choice for defense secretary, retired Marine Gen. James Mattis, stressed his support for the NATO military alliance in his U.S. congressional confirmation hearing last week.

Trump’s views, in an interview published Monday with German daily Bild and The Times of London, contradict Mattis, Steinmeier said.

“If one compares the positions of the designated president and the future foreign and defense ministers, then one can’t discern a common foreign policy line among the new U.S. government,” he said.

There have even been fears the U.S. military commitment to Europe would wane under Trump. A German newspaper group reports that Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite has urged Trump to continue meeting the U.S.’s financial obligations toward the alliance.

“Since World War II, the presence of U.S. troops has been a prerequisite for rebuilding the continent, safeguarding peace and ensuring security,” she told the RND network of some 30 German papers.

“We expect continuity from the new U.S. administration. Trump must maintain this leadership role, to ensure security, stability and peace,” she was quoted as saying.

Trump indicated he was indifferent to whether the EU stays together or not, a sharp break from the Obama administration, which encouraged British people to vote to remain in the EU in the June referendum.

“I believe others will leave … I do think keeping it together is not gonna be as easy as a lot of people think,” Trump said in the interview.

The British exit from the EU would “end up being a great thing,” he said.

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said it’s “very good news that the United States of America wants to do a good free trade deal with us and wants to do it very fast.”

Trump was less kind to German industry officials, saying car manufacturers including BMW could face tariffs of up to 35 percent if they set up plants in Mexico instead of in the U.S. and try to export the cars to the U.S.

Sergey Lavrov said that Russia and the United States can reach common ground on nuclear arms control and other issues if each country proceeds from national interests and shows respect for the other side.

He voiced hope that Trump’s team will consist of pragmatic people, “who will not engage in moralizing and will try to understand the interests of their partners just as they clearly uphold their own interests.”

Lavrov denounced the foreign policies of the outgoing U.S. administration and its allies as “messianic” attempts to enforce Western values on the rest of the world, which has led to instability and conflicts in the Middle East and elsewhere.

Russia-U.S. relations have plunged to post-Cold War lows over the Ukrainian crisis, the war in Syria and other issues.

Lavrov said that Moscow is inviting representatives of the incoming U.S. administration to attend Syria talks on Monday in Kazakhstan, which have been brokered by Russia, Turkey and Iran.

He voiced hope that Russian and U.S. experts could start discussions on fighting terrorism in Syria during that meeting.

He said Russia launched its air campaign in Syria in September 2015 just in time to prevent the Islamic extremists from taking over Damascus.

“The capital was just two or three weeks from being captured by terrorists,” he said, accusing President Barack Obama’s administration of tacitly backing the al-Qaida affiliated militants and half-heartedly fighting the Islamic State group in the hope of using them to unseat Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Helene Granitsch (* June 4 or 8 June 1876 as Helene Mündl or ending in Vienna; died 1956 in Portland, Oregon, United States) was an Austrian writer and a leader in the women’s movement.

Granitsch began her social commitment in the area of pulic relations (then “propaganda”) for the maternal and infant protection in 1901 and was first Vice President of the Association for maternal and infant protection founded in 1902 by you and Prof. th. Escherich. She founded and organized the Association of “Infant protection” (1903), the first infant Department in the St. Anna children’s Hospital and the first infant care channel school.

1911-1920 Granitsch was head of the “Imperial organization of housewives of in Austria”. She campaigned for women’s equality, worked together with Berta von Suttner in the Austrian peace society and participated in the construction of the Austrian women’s movement.

in 1914, she created the “Kriegspatentschaft”, whose Vice President was until 1920 together with other clubs. She was President of the “economic association founded by you of intellectual workers and the middle class” and founder of the “international aid for intellectual work” 1911 to 1920. After the first world war Vice President was member of the “Consultativen women League of Nations Committee” in Geneva Granitsch of her co-founded Austrian women’s Party with this function 1928.

Also studied Granitsch questions of the international tourism and founded the “Welcome to Club”, which later continued the tourism section “Welcome in Austria” by Marianne Hainisch founded Austrian Frauenschaft, whose (Ehren-) Präsidentin Granitsch was since 1930, modeled on English and French. Within the framework of this women’s Association, talks were held to social and economic policy, but also artistic themes, organized receptions and trips and maintained a reger international exchange with scientists.

Honorary President of the Association was also member of numerous social and cultural associations such as the cultural association, the American Austrian society, the political society or organization of the Viennese press Board of Directors of the “Mittella” and “Akreva” Granitsch “German women’s aid” in Salzburg, an honorary member of the society of women artists in Vienna, GES. m. b. H., whose founding she has been involved

1938 Granitsch moved to the United States, where she also busied himself in the women’s movement, and was elected in the “Women worlds council” in Washington .

As a writer, was devoted mainly the question of woman Granitsch and edited the “book of women”.

in 1951 on the occasion of her 75th birthday, Vice President of the “world Womens party” received the honorary title Granitsch.


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