I'm sure this won't be a popular stamp, but there again, I don't really care. I am proud to be an American, I'm proud of the values our country was founded on, founded on, not keeps. I am ashamed of our government, I'm ashamed of the state our country is in. I'm ashamed of our foreign policy, I'm ashamed of our policies towards our own people, I think our government is a sham that couldn't give less of a shit about the American people, it's soldiers, or our brothers and sisters in other countries. If I could, I would apologize to Russia for the idiotic ' punishing parent' our politicians have had towards them, I would apologize to the people over seas who's family members we've killed and who's lives we've destroyed. I support the troops, I pray that God brings them home safely, I thank their families for their sacrifice but seriously, someone needs to slap some of those fucking idiots in Washington. If you want to use this, just use it.
It's so easy for me as a stampmaker to focus on Christianity, especially since I come from a fairly Christian background. However, I realized I have little to no stamps focused on Islam. So, I'll try to focus on that a little more.
And please, don't try that "but Islam badabadabada this blablabla multiculturalism bla bla bla YOUSARACIST!" stuff on me. It won't work. Also because religions =/= race.
In December, more than 60 young punk fans were detained at a concert and forced to undergo a 10-day "moral rehabilitation" camp run by police. They had their hair cut/shaved, were forced to bathe in a lake, wear conservative clothes, and pray.
Only Muslims can be charged under Sharia Law, though the non-Muslim community is expected to follow some of the rules out of respect.
If you have some links to share on this topic, please feel free to post them and I will add them to this description.
The radical flag and symbol of Ukraine. The Flag of fight in nowadays. Was UPA flag (West troops, East troops fought with yellow-blue flag).
UPA (Ukrainian Insurrectionary Army) leaded the the war against fascists in WW2 and against Communists, fought for the Independence of Ukraine and against Stalin's regime till 1956. By USSR propahanda were Nazi and helped Hitler, killed Poles and civil people. But it is the great lie of Russia
First, UPA united not only Ukrainians. There were Russians, Poles, Hungarians, and etc in the UPA troops, who fought against Stalin regime.
Second, I read the letter of old ex-communist (NKVD) where he told, that there was the order of Moscow to all NKVD troops to wear UPA uniforms and kill civil people, because the support of UPA was too strong in all Ukraine, that Communists did not know how to stop it. You have to understand by your own mind, if UPA was so bad, would they fight against USSR and have support till 1956?! Would people hide them and help them?!
Third, the murders of Polish Children by UPA was the great historical falsification! The real photo was done in 1923 when the crazy gypsy mother killed her children! It was not UPA deeds!
I've started to enjoy making stamps, so this is my third stamp I've put together. ^^
Master Durante "Dante" Alighieri (I added the Master-part myself) was an Italian poet, who has written the great books "La Divina Commedia" ("The Divine Comedy") and "La Vita Nuova" ("The New Life"). He's my favorite poet of all time - and he's also my inspiration in literature, especially poems.
Anybody welcome to use in Shoutboards & Journals. But I really appreciate if you comment first before faving!
***** Tools used: Paint The picture "Allegorical portrait of Dante" (ca 1530) is made by Agnolo Bronzino Stamp template by *Kencho
If there's any one famous person in history I hope I'm related to, it'd be John Adams. He, like me, was not one to mince words.
This quote is from the beginning of "1776," a musical with John Adams, Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson as the main characters, depicting the days leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4. It's definitely worth checking out. Being made in the 70's and two and a half hours long, it does get a little slow in places, but it's got some very funny quotes--a lot of them historically accurate. And it really gave me a feel for what the founding fathers went through to make us a free country unlike any history textbook ever has.