Originally posted on A Sweet Dose of Reality:
David Dees began his career as a commercial artist in the early 80s and has produced advertising illustration for Paramount Studios, Hanna Barbera, and Disney Home Video, along with cartooning and children’s book illustration for Sesame Street magazine, Family Home Entertainment, and TIME Magazine for Kids. In 2003, when Dees became fully awake to the New World Order Zionist agenda, he began fighting back with his own brand of activist political artwork and social commentary, with nearly 600 hard hitting and comical art pieces. David also designs and illustrates covers for authors of health, political, fiction and non-fiction books.
David begins with the story of his NWO awakening and what prompted him to leave the Hollywood entertainment industry and pursue a life creating political art in Sweden, where he was eventually expelled once his provocative work caused too much commotion. Dees describes Sweden’s social climate and the typical self-policing, submissive…
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