About Shelly Olmstead

I am an artist and photographer. If you are interested in finding out the kind of art I create, go to my website, Shelly Unveiled dot com, which there is a link to here in my profile. If you like what you see there, please leave a comment in the guestbook for my site, which is linked to on the main page. Thanks muchly in advance!

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  • Shelly shared from The Rise of the Fourth Reich by Jim Marrs
    reporters “shouldn’t try to be objective, they should try to be honest.”
    Note: This is a great phrase I'll have to keep in mind for possible future use! I totally agree with it!
  • Shelly shared from The Rise of the Fourth Reich by Jim Marrs
    “The media may not always be able to tell us what to think, but they are strikingly successful in telling us what to think about,” stated media critic Michael Parenti.
    Note: This is a great, and short, remark regarding corporate mass media.The viewpoint makes a lot of sense
  • Shelly shared from The Rise of the Fourth Reich by Jim Marrs
    Retired Georgia teacher Elizabeth Gould wrote, “[Advertising] gives students a warped sense of the world. They think everything is up for sale—ethics, morals, children.”
    Note: This is a profound remark regarding corporate advertising & brand specific "education" in schools.
  • Shelly shared from The Rise of the Fourth Reich by Jim Marrs
    Hitler also felt that intellectuals might not only present a rival to Nazi ideology but could form a group separate from the common man through a feeling of superiority due to their knowledge and education. “What we suffer from today is an excess of education,” he stated in 1938. “What we require is instinct and will.”
    Note: This could've been said 2 seconds ago by some fringe rightwing politician!
  • Shelly shared from The Rise of the Fourth Reich by Jim Marrs
    “I do not wish any intellectual upbringing whatsoever, knowledge may only demoralize youth,” Adolf Hitler once said. He echoed the statement of John D. Rockefeller, founder of the National Education Board, who said, “I don’t want a nation of thinkers. I want a nation of workers.”
    Note: Kinda sounds like the super right wing conservatives that poopoo on things like reading & learning.