This is a tribute to the late David Dees by a fellow graphic illustrator (or graphic designer if you will) of a somewhat later generation to his. Dees, as some people might know by now, passed away a few days ago, on May 31 to be more precise. Apparently he had been battling cancer for some time. How he got the sickness is open to debate. Some people on social media stated that he had contracted it after having worked for many years in the graphic industry. I find that a bit of a stretch, though I do not discredit the idea; personally speaking I harbour certain suspicions, though.
Even if in the last few years I made public (on social media) my displeasure of Dees endorsement for that con-artist known as Devin Madgy, I really appreciated Dees huge artistic contribution regardless. On the other hand I ignore at which exact point Dees started supporting (or bashing) Donald Trump. Judging by his work, it seems to me that he backtracked a few times depending on his views on the Q-Anon thing. Of course there are certain works by Dees which I do not support for obvious reasons. I believe that Dees also bought the whole evil nazi theme as well unfortunately. Given the historical evidence I wish he had been a bit smarter than that.
All in all, even if David Dees was a bit of a mixed bag (I believe he viewed himself as a libertarian), I think his positive side outweighed this other rather questionable side. I have selected, in the gallery below, the images by Dees which I considered the more relevant (even if some of these images have been used ad nauseam by other people), though I guess I will be leaving other important stuff behind due to the sheer volume of work he created.
I would encourage other fellow graphic creators to take up Dees baton and start creating similar artworks, just like I did myself recently. Remember that an image can be better than a thousand words, and as they say, these kinds of things grow legs.
As a final word; Dees voice will still echo in years to come, since I expect people will keep on using his artworks, as truth illuminates (in a positive way) those with eyes to see. What an interesting time to die in man.
Rest In Peace David.
David Dees (July 9, 1957 May 31, 2020) was an American graphic artist and illustrator. Dees was a critic of the NWO agenda, the occult powers and Zionism. Dees father was a math teacher. David Dees worked previously as a draftsman for large corporations. According to his own statement, he lived in Sweden for ten years, from 2002 to 2012. With regard to his belief, he described himself (as of 2017) as a spiritual person without any particular religion. He had a vegetarian diet and was influenced by the spiritual author Esther Hicks (a.k.a. Abraham Hicks).
Dees graphic depictions related to issues such as chemtrails, fluoride, forced vaccinations, climate lies, crisis actors, false flag operations and psy-ops, genetically manipulated food, harmful radio networks, Agenda 21, Pizzagate, transsexuality and the attacks on September 11, 2001. He also got involved personally and graphically with the Flat Earth theory with particular emphasis on the North Pole.
By 2008 Dees was a sympathizer of Ron Pauls US presidential election campaign. Dees was partly critical of Donald Trump because of his Jewish-Zionist connections.
At the beginning of 2017, the use of an illustration by David Dees in the book Anstöße Politik / Wirtschaft / Gesellschaft by Klett- Verlag International was a sensation. Soon after akduell Studentische Monatszeitung für Duisburg, Essen und das Ruhrgebiet published an article about the cartoon, which they claimed was perceived as anti-semitic. Other articles also appeared in Vice- Magazin, in Welt, in Taz, and in Tagesspiegel, which made public that Klett used a graphic depiction by Dees to explain the 2007 banking crisis, in which a pacman controlled by the Rothschild bank devoured the European continent. The Jewish organization for fighting, hatred, espionage and assassination known as ADL disparaged the illustrator as a conspiracy theorist, holocaust denier and anti-semite (big surprise) even if he stated in interviews that he had jewish friends.
A graphic depiction of Donald Trump playing the Whack-a-mole game on his political opponents was used by Trump himself during his 2016 campaign albeit he erased all Zionist connections from the image. Also David Icke used illustrations by Dees in his seminars and public lectures (like in Londons Wembley Stadium).
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Dees is an incalculable loss. He's had a huge impact on things. His satires are highly educational and did many, many ppl the favor of showing them that somebody else was thinking the same as them. That's what it takes for the average normie to start thinking outside the box (if he does at all). David's pictures are brilliant, insightful, piercing, funny, damning, and unique.
David always said other people should do what he did -- that it wasn't difficult at all. But I don't see how that could work -- his stuff was so pixel-perfect, so seamless!
It never occurred to me that the PTB might have given him the cancer, but it's entirely possible. Just before it happened he had vowed (at least once) to give up his art. Inevitably returning to it, his stuff was less outspoken -- guess we'll never know if somebody threatened him. (There's a pattern lately of great, heretical, hilarious youtube commentators like 'No the BS' guy suddenly getting serious and vanilla..... hmmm.)
Few knew Dees was a musician, performing folkie stuff in clubs and having a blast at it. Proud to say I dissuaded him from moving to Ecuador, but soon after he was suffering with the disease and trying various remedies.
He disliked being single but that's the great dilemma for a thinking man -- thinking women aren't one on 10,000. I found him the perfect wife candidate a few years back but her fundy Christian parents said the candidate would have to put Jesus first in life -- in other words David wasn't religious enuff. What a tragedy: the beautiful, bright, good-natured sweet girl is now basically trapped on the family farm working for their little real estate empire, heading fast for old maidhood.