Flowerpunkchip

Moydolf Dada Art - part 21 - Dedicated to Madbloke & solid midpoint nucleus

The media is the virus.
YouTube is the virus.
Censorship is the virus.
Kill the virus.

Moydolf Dada Art - part 20 - dedicated to Charles Walker & UK Column News

Jonathan Philip Chadwick Sumption, Lord Sumption, OBE, PC, FSA, FRHistS, is a British author, medieval historian and former senior judge who sat on the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom between 2012 and 2018.

Timeline

1979:
Sumption was the elder son of Anthony Sumption, a decorated naval officer and barrister, and Hilda Hedigan; their marriage was dissolved in 1979.

2005:
For a four-week trial (and all the preparatory work) in the UK in 2005 he charged £800,000 to represent HM Government in the largest class action in the UK, brought by 49,500 private shareholders of the collapsed national railway infrastructure company Railtrack.

2007:
On 30 November 2007, when a practising barrister, Sumption successfully represented himself before Lord Justice Collins in a judicial review application in the Administrative Court concerning development near his home at Greenwich.

2011:
On 4 May 2011 Sumption's appointment as a Justice of the Supreme Court was announced.

2015:
Hundred Years War Vol 4: Cursed Kings written by Jonathan Sumption was first published on August 20, 2015.

2019:
After his retirement, Sumption was appointed as a Non-Permanent Judge of the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal on 18 December 2019.

Moydolf Dada Art - part 19 - dedicated to Deepika Padukone & Alia Bhatt
#cheapshot
#clickbaitwhore #Bollywood
Moydolf Dada Art have sold out. They're trying to get in the Bollywood market. They will fail. Again.

Moydolf Dada Art - part 17 - dedicated to Wikileaks & the old normal
Say no to the new normal, the (not so great) reset.
Say to tyranny

Moydolf Dada Art - part 16 - dedicated to Rachel Elnaugh & Prof. Michel Chossudovsky

Rachel Elnaugh & Prof. Michel Chossudovsky

Moydolf Dada Art - part 15 - dedicated to Anna Brees & Winona Ryder.
Divided we shall fall - Love not fear
Moydolf will marry Winona Ryder

Moydolf Dada Art- part 14 - dedicated to Ben Swann & Shaun Attwood.
Use headphones and not mobile phone speakers. Bass missing on shitty iphones.

Moydolf Dada Art - part 13 - dedicated to Slavoj Žižek, Lottie Tolhurst & Andreas Walter

Truth, beauty and common sense must prevail - governments and media are lying

This is profound nonsense disguised as art.

We are an uncool collective who think rubbish is cool.

Moydolf Dada Art - part 12 - dedicated to Gurinder Singh, Calum Steele & Justin Bieber

"If we are all apart, we will collapse" - Random Russian lady in the street

We are kind by dedicating this video to 3 people we don't like or approve of.
This will not reoccur.

Moydolf Dada Art - part 11 - dedicated to Mr Bungle & Amazing Polly
Support Wikileaks & freedom of expression

Moydolf Dada Art Collective are not dead yet.
We bring you part 10 which is about perception. We don't understand it. But here it is anyway.
Nobody is more intelligent than you.

- = Moydolf Dada Art = -

A hypnotic crude disjointed avant garde documentary/collage. The visuals and animations are both disturbingly absurd, degrading and beautiful; accompanied by a rich and powerful listening tapestry ranging from classical music to dissonant messed up quadrospazzed techno. It's certainly an interesting sonic journey.

The film is somewhat a psychedelic diary into the mind of a non conformist art collective in London consisting of bizarre characters lurking in the background such as Mouflaf (photographer), Moon (writer), Flowerpunkchip (editor), Tickleroid (painter) and Nicos (musician) who all clearly loath all forms of copyright and censorship.

The film might not have a plot, and the script was probably more like an outline of the various real life sequences mixed with political news clips. There are no actors, no story per se and yet there is unconventional drama surrounding one of the artist's father with dementia. Of course, there isn't a story but more of a mounting disbelief at what our species is capable of.

This bizarre documentary film will never see the light of day but I could easily see this played in a gallery somehow.

Give this a watch, even if only once. It's a unique film/documentary/diary, and I feel like each person needs to have a surreal, ethereal experience which this film attempts to provide.

Moydolf Dada Art part 9 dedicated to John Pilger & Chris Morris

Sarcastic thank you to youtube for censoring us, shameful. We re-edited so you won't be pathetically offended.
Music by NCP Mellifluous Anonymous and Igorrr.
Remixed by MDA and NCP.

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- = Moydolf Dada Art = -

A hypnotic crude disjointed avant garde documentary/collage. The visuals and animations are both disturbingly absurd, degrading and beautiful; accompanied by a rich and powerful listening tapestry ranging from classical music to dissonant messed up quadrospazzed techno. It's certainly an interesting sonic journey.

The film is somewhat a psychedelic diary into the mind of a non conformist art collective in London consisting of bizarre characters lurking in the background such as Mouflaf (photographer), Moon (writer), Flowerpunkchip (editor), Tickleroid (painter) and Nicos (musician) who all clearly loath all forms of copyright and censorship.

The film might not have a plot, and the script was probably more like an outline of the various real life sequences mixed with political news clips. There are no actors, no story per se and yet there is unconventional drama surrounding one of the artist's father with dementia. Of course, there isn't a story but more of a mounting disbelief at what our species is capable of.

This bizarre documentary film will never see the light of day but I could easily see this played in a gallery somehow.

Give this a watch, even if only once. It's a unique film/documentary/diary, and I feel like each person needs to have a surreal, ethereal experience which this film attempts to provide.

Moydolf Dada Art - part 8 - dedicated to Kobe Bryant & Jason Goodman
Agenda 21
- = Moydolf Dada Art = -

A hypnotic crude disjointed avant garde documentary/collage. The visuals and animations are both disturbingly absurd, degrading and beautiful; accompanied by a rich and powerful listening tapestry ranging from classical music to dissonant messed up quadrospazzed techno. It's certainly an interesting sonic journey.

The film is somewhat a psychedelic diary into the mind of a non conformist art collective in London consisting of bizarre characters lurking in the background such as Mouflaf (photographer), Moon (writer), Flowerpunkchip (editor), Tickleroid (painter) and Nicos (musician) who all clearly loath all forms of copyright and censorship.

The film might not have a plot, and the script was probably more like an outline of the various real life sequences mixed with political news clips. There are no actors, no story per se and yet there is unconventional drama surrounding one of the artist's father with dementia. Of course, there isn't a story but more of a mounting disbelief at what our species is capable of.

This bizarre documentary film will never see the light of day but I could easily see this played in a gallery somehow.

Give this a watch, even if only once. It's a unique film/documentary/diary, and I feel like each person needs to have a surreal, ethereal experience which this film attempts to provide.

Moydolf Dada Art part 7 dedicated to Roger Waters and Maram Susli.

Special thanks to Maram Susli (Syrian Girl), Vanessa Beeley and Eva Barlett who are powerful beautiful women who will one day be a big influence to my daughter and many other children.

"Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back".-Carl Sagan

“The masses have never thirsted after truth. Whoever can supply them with illusions is easily their master; whoever attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim.” — Gustave Le Bon, The Crowd, 1895

- = Moydolf Dada Art = -

A hypnotic crude disjointed avant garde documentary/collage. The visuals and animations are both disturbingly absurd, degrading and beautiful; accompanied by a rich and powerful listening tapestry ranging from classical music to dissonant messed up quadrospazzed techno. It's certainly an interesting sonic journey.

The film is somewhat a psychedelic diary into the mind of a non conformist art collective in London consisting of bizarre characters lurking in the background such as Mouflaf (photographer), Moon (writer), Flowerpunkchip (editor), Tickleroid (painter) and Nicos (musician) who all clearly loath all forms of copyright and censorship.

The film might not have a plot, and the script was probably more like an outline of the various real life sequences mixed with political news clips. There are no actors, no story per se and yet there is unconventional drama surrounding one of the artist's father with dementia. Of course, there isn't a story but more of a mounting disbelief at what our species is capable of.

This bizarre documentary film will never see the light of day but I could easily see this played in a gallery somehow.

Give this a watch, even if only once. It's a unique film/documentary/diary, and I feel like each person needs to have a surreal, ethereal experience which this film attempts to provide.

Join the Moydolf Dada Art Collective and you may have your art on display for everyone to love, hate, criticize, dissect and regurgitate. Write to [email protected] for more information. Information is not knowledge. You will be paid nothing at all. You will be exploited. Moydolf Dada Art Collective is secretly a hideous cult of love.

- = Moydolf Dada Art = -

A hypnotic crude disjointed avant garde documentary/collage. The visuals and animations are both disturbingly absurd, degrading and beautiful; accompanied by a rich and powerful listening tapestry ranging from classical music to dissonant messed up quadrospazzed techno. It's certainly an interesting sonic journey.

The film is somewhat a psychedelic diary into the mind of a non conformist art collective in London consisting of bizarre characters lurking in the background such as Mouflaf (photographer), Moon (writer), Flowerpunkchip (editor), Tickleroid (painter) and Nicos (musician) who all clearly loath all forms of copyright and censorship.

The film might not have a plot, and the script was probably more like an outline of the various real life sequences mixed with political news clips. There are no actors, no story per se and yet there is unconventional drama surrounding one of the artist's father with dementia. Of course, there isn't a story but more of a mounting disbelief at what our species is capable of.

This bizarre documentary film will never see the light of day but I could easily see this played in a gallery somehow.

Give this a watch, even if only once. It's a unique film/documentary/diary, and I feel like each person needs to have a surreal, ethereal experience which this film attempts to provide.

Moydolf Dada Art part 6 HD 6 Phaze 6 Conlon 6 Dedicated to Conlon Nancarrow

We will visit Mondorf

Moydolf part 5

"Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back".-Carl Sagan

“The masses have never thirsted after truth. Whoever can supply them with illusions is easily their master; whoever attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim.” — Gustave Le Bon, The Crowd, 1895

- = Moydolf Dada Art = -
A hypnotic crude disjointed avant garde documentary/collage. The visuals and animations are both disturbingly absurd, degrading and beautiful; accompanied by a rich and powerful listening tapestry ranging from classical music to dissonant messed up quadrospazzed techno. It's certainly an interesting sonic journey.

The film is somewhat a psychedelic diary into the mind of a non conformist art collective in London consisting of bizarre characters lurking in the background such as Mouflaf (photographer), Moon (writer), Flowerpunkchip (editor), Tickleroid (painter) and Nicos (musician) who all clearly loath all forms of copyright and censorship.

The film might not have a plot, and the script was probably more like an outline of the various real life sequences mixed with political news clips. There are no actors, no story per se and yet there is unconventional drama surrounding one of the artist's father with dementia. Of course, there isn't a story but more of a mounting disbelief at what our species is capable of.

This bizarre documentary film will never see the light of day but I could easily see this played in a gallery somehow.

Give this a watch, even if only once. It's a unique film/documentary/diary, and I feel like each person needs to have a surreal, ethereal experience which this film attempts to provide.

The original Moydolf Dada Art was censored without any explanation by the wonderfully blessed people of the almighty youtube. Hence, we love Bitchute.

- = Moydolf Dada Art = - A hypnotic crude disjointed avant garde documentary/collage. The visuals and animations are both disturbingly absurd, degrading and beautiful; accompanied by a rich and powerful listening tapestry ranging from classical music to dissonant messed up quadrospazzed techno. It's certainly an interesting sonic journey.

The film is somewhat a psychedelic diary into the mind of a non conformist art collective in London consisting of bizarre characters lurking in the background such as Mouflaf (photographer), Moon (writer), Flowerpunkchip (editor), Tickleroid (painter) and Nicos (musician) who all clearly loath all forms of copyright and censorship.

The film might not have a plot, and the script was probably more like an outline of the various real life sequences mixed with political news clips. There are no actors, no story per se and yet there is unconventional drama surrounding one of the artist's father with dementia. Of course, there isn't a story but more of a mounting disbelief at what our species is capable of.

This bizarre documentary film will never see the light of day but I could easily see this played in a gallery somehow.

Give this a watch, even if only once. It's a unique film/documentary/diary, and I feel like each person needs to have a surreal, ethereal experience which this film attempts to provide.

Moydolf Dada Art Part 3 Phase 3 Phaze 3 dedicated to John Travolta.
A hypnotic crude disjointed avant garde documentary/collage. The visuals and animations are both disturbingly absurd, degrading and beautiful; accompanied by a rich and powerful listening tapestry ranging from classical music to dissonant messed up quadrospazzed techno. It's certainly an interesting sonic journey.

The film is somewhat a psychedelic diary into the mind of a non conformist art collective in London consisting of bizarre characters lurking in the background such as Mouflaf (photographer), Moon (writer), Flowerpunkchip (editor), Tickleroid (painter) and Nicos (musician) who all clearly loath all forms of copyright and censorship.

The film might not have a plot, and the script was probably more like an outline of the various real life sequences mixed with political news clips. There are no actors, no story per se and yet there is unconventional drama surrounding one of the artist's father with dementia. Of course, there isn't a story but more of a mounting disbelief at what our species is capable of.

This bizarre documentary film will never see the light of day but I could easily see this played in a gallery somehow.

Give this a watch, even if only once. It's a unique film/documentary/diary, and I feel like each person needs to have a surreal, ethereal experience which this film attempts to provide.

Moydolf Dada Art Part 2 - dedicated to Jamarl Thomas
Moydolf Dada Art Part 2 - dedicated to Jamarl Thomas
Moydolf Dada Art Part 2 - dedicated to Jamarl Thomas
- = Moydolf Dada Art = -

A hypnotic crude disjointed avant garde documentary/collage. The visuals and animations are both disturbingly absurd, degrading and beautiful; accompanied by a rich and powerful listening tapestry ranging from classical music to dissonant messed up quadrospazzed techno. It's certainly an interesting sonic journey.

The film is somewhat a psychedelic diary into the mind of a non conformist art collective in London consisting of bizarre characters lurking in the background such as Mouflaf (photographer), Moon (writer), Flowerpunkchip (editor), Tickleroid (painter) and Nicos (musician) who all clearly loath all forms of copyright and censorship.

The film might not have a plot, and the script was probably more like an outline of the various real life sequences mixed with political news clips. There are no actors, no story per se and yet there is unconventional drama surrounding one of the artist's father with dementia. Of course, there isn't a story but more of a mounting disbelief at what our species is capable of.

This bizarre documentary film will never see the light of day but I could easily see this played in a gallery somehow.

Give this a watch, even if only once. It's a unique film/documentary/diary, and I feel like each person needs to have a surreal, ethereal experience which this film attempts to provide.

Moydolf Dada Art Part 2 - dedicated to Jamarl Thomas
Moydolf Dada Art Part 2 - dedicated to Jamarl Thomas
Moydolf Dada Art Part 2 - dedicated to Jamarl Thomas

Moydolf Dada Art - Part 1 - "Introduction" dedicated to Charlie Chaplin & Dadaist movement

G-spot Tornado Frank Zappa Ensemble Intercontemporain - Music is the best
Conducted by Matthias Pintscher.
Ensemble Intercontemporain performs G-Spot Tornado by Frank Zappa. "Yellow Shark" concert performed on 29 septembre 2018 at the Salle des Concerts of the Cité de la Musique in Paris.
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Jessica Collins Testimony - Claims to have been trafficked for 17 years (Prince Andrew etc)

Wowgo 3 Electric Longboard in London - Music by Meat Beat Manifesto
Wowgo 3 electric longboard is from China. They're a great company.
Best thing I've bought. Love my longboard.

Many problems editing this video. Many software crashes and sync is real bad in places. I gave up in the end. But it's still ok. I shall refund you if you wish despite everything on my page is absolutely free in this supposedly free society. Freedom of speech, free Julian Assange and all other journalists who expose crimes. Maybe my next video should be about Edward Heath who was the prime of Britain from 1970 to 1974. He had a grotesque mind.

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