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The New World order is here. by makeitloud The New World order is here. by makeitloud
HAZZAH! Finally completed it!!! :w00t:

Ok, now an overview.
From the original artwork: Liberty Leading the People, by Eugene Delacorix (c.1830)

All the figures within the work have either been manipulated or removed.
The centre figure has become George Bush (American President). The little boy the 'her' left has been changed to represent John Howard (Australian Prime minister) wearing an 'Akubra' hat (Iconic Australian hat). The figure which is on their knees is Dr Condoleezza Rice, the Right hand 'man' of George Bush.
The figure holding the shotgun is Tony Blair (British Prime minster) and to his right is Dick Chaney holding a sword. Below him is the Australian Foreign Minister, Alexander Downer. Below Downer is Australia's Treasurer Peter Costello laying on the ground. Opposite to Costello is Saddam Husain.
In behind all the 'key' figures of todayís society is a rally of protestors which also involves David Hick (Australian Terrorist Suspect) alongside of Osama Bin-Laden, both holding posters to stop the war of Iraq.
Along side of Dick Chaney and next to the protesters is a large sign, to show the struggle of oil process. The sign contains the types of fuel, and a certain body part which is used to pay for the specific fuel type.
On the opposite side of the work, contains several iconic symbols of England, Australia and America; Twin Towers, Sydney Harbour, Big Ben and a Red Double Decker Bus.

Throughout the work there are references to war, such are the 3 fighter jets in the top left-hand corner, 2 choppers lingering over Sydney Harbour, and several political leaders holding weapons.
- Howard = 2 Pistols (Taken from Tomb Raider Legend ;)).
- Bush = An assault Rifle with bayonet.
- Blair = A high powered shotgun.
- Chaney = Machete + Pouched gun.
- Downer = Sword.

I would love to know what people think about this work..... Iím getting it printed tomorrow and if people could give any further ideas that i might be able to sneak in, thatíll be great.

Cheers people.
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leo729 Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2012
spoon074 Featured By Owner May 2, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great Work! Excellent!!!
sekkistania Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2011  Student Digital Artist

: O

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:D booobs
FishingStars Featured By Owner May 15, 2009
It is fantastic..amazing..thank you very much for creating this!
El-Jorro Featured By Owner May 14, 2009
Yeah...Yeah...nice...good, good. Too bad Bush is gone!
33k7 Featured By Owner May 8, 2009
yaoiboi2 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
0mg! that is fucking amazing!
LyraMeldy Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2008  Student General Artist
wow, amazing
makeitloud Featured By Owner May 22, 2008
thanking you!! can't believe this is still getting hits :P
Drundy Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
F-ing fantastic :worship: well bloody done =D
artwank Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2007
wow, that's realy something, i especialy like the dead peter costello gee that guy's a cunt.
rockleesgirl Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2007  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
hehe this is awesome!
great job! it all looks so real, like it was actually painted like that! i especially laughed when i saw the oil prices... hehehe
great work! im gunna fav it!
makeitloud Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2007
thanks ya'! :D
simban Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2007  Student Photographer
Very nice :clap:
makeitloud Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2007
thank cha mate! :D
Touch-Not-This-Cat Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2007
A series of relavent Quotes By the great G.K. Chesterton.

"A change of opinions is almost unknown in an elderly military man." - A Utopia of Usurers, CW, V, p396

"A dead thing can go with the stream, but only a living thing can go against it." - Everlasting Man, 1925

"Fallacies do not cease to be fallacies because they become fashions." - ILN, 4/19/30

"What embitters the world is not excess of criticism, but an absence of self-criticism." - Sidelights on New London and Newer New York

"Among the rich you will never find a really generous man even by accident. They may give their money away, but they will never give themselves away; they are egotistic, secretive, dry as old bones. To be smart enough to get all that money you must be dull enough to want it." - A Miscellany of Men

"Moderate strength is shown in violence, supreme strength is shown in levity." - The Man Who was Thursday, 1908

"I believe what really happens in history is this: the old man is always wrong; and the young people are always wrong about what is wrong with him. The practical form it takes is this: that, while the old man may stand by some stupid custom, the young man always attacks it with some theory that turns out to be equally stupid." - ILN 6-3-22

"To have a right to do a thing is not at all the same as to be right in doing it." - A Short History of England, Ch.10

"The comedy of man survives the tragedy of man." - ILN 2-10-06

"We have had no good comic operas of late, because the real world has been more comic than any possible opera." - The Quotable Chesterton

"When learned men begin to use their reason, then I generally discover that they haven't got any." - ILN 11-7-08

"The reformer is always right about what is wrong. He is generally wrong about what is right." - ILN 10-28-22

"Reason is always a kind of brute force; those who appeal to the head rather than the heart, however pallid and polite, are necessarily men of violence. We speak of 'touching' a man's heart, but we can do nothing to his head but hit it." - "Charles II" Twelve Types

"A thing may be too sad to be believed or too wicked to be believed or too good to be believed; but it cannot be too absurd to be believed in this planet of frogs and elephants, of crocodiles and cuttle-fish." - Maycock, The Man Who Was Orthodox

"Do not look at the faces in the illustrated papers. Look at the faces in the street." - ILN, 11/16/07

"Progress is a comparative of which we have not settled the superlative." - Chapter 2, Heretics, 1905

"Progress should mean that we are always changing the world to fit the vision, instead we are always changing the vision." - Orthodoxy, 1908

"Tradition means giving votes to the most obscure of all classes, our ancestors. It is the democracy of the dead. Tradition refuses to submit to that arrogant oligarchy who merely happen to be walking around." - Orthodoxy, 1908

"The modern world is a crowd of very rapid racing cars all brought to a standstill and stuck in a block of traffic." - ILN, 5/29/26

"The whole curse of the last century has been what is called the Swing of the Pendulum; that is, the idea that Man must go alternately from one extreme to the other. It is a shameful and even shocking fancy; it is the denial of the whole dignity of the mankind. When Man is alive he stands still. It is only when he is dead that he swings." - "The New House" Alarms and Discursions

"War is not 'the best way of settling differences; it is the only way of preventing their being settled for you." - ILN, 7/24/15

"There is a corollary to the conception of being too proud to fight. It is that the humble have to do most of the fighting." - Everlasting Man, 1925

"The only defensible war is a war of defense." - Autobiography, 1937

"The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him." - ILN, 1/14/11

"How quickly revolutions grow old; and, worse still, respectable." - The Listener. 3-6-35

"Once abolish the God, and the government becomes the God." - Christendom in Dublin, 1933

"America is the only country ever founded on a creed." - What I Saw In America, 1922

"The Declaration of Independence dogmatically bases all rights on the fact that God created all men equal; and it is right; for if they were not created equal, they were certainly evolved unequal. There is no basis for democracy except in a dogma about the divine origin of man." - Chapter 19, What I Saw In America, 1922

"The unconscious democracy of America is a very fine thing. It is a true and deep and instinctive assumption of the equality of citizens, which even voting and elections have not destroyed." - What I Saw In America, 1922

"When you break the big laws, you do not get freedom; you do not even get anarchy. You get the small laws." - Daily News, 7/29/05

"Men are ruled, at this minute by the clock, by liars who refuse them news, and by fools who cannot govern." - The New Name, Utopia of Usurers and Other Essays, 1917

"If you attempt an actual argument with a modern paper of opposite politics, you will have no answer except slanging or silence." - Chapter 3, What's Wrong With The World, 1910

"He is a very shallow critic who cannot see an eternal rebel in the heart of a conservative." - Varied Types

"You can never have a revolution in order to establish a democracy. You must have a democracy in order to have a revolution. - Tremendous Trifles, 1909

"For fear of the newspapers politicians are dull, and at last they are too dull even for the newspapers." - All Things Considered, 1908

"When a politician is in opposition he is an expert on the means to some end; and when he is in office he is an expert on the obstacles to it." - ILN, 4/6/18

"It is the mark of our whole modern history that the masses are kept quiet with a fight. They are kept quiet by the fight because it is a sham-fight; thus most of us know by this time that the Party System has been popular only in the sense that a football match is popular." - A Short History of England. 156

"I have formed a very clear conception of patriotism. I have generally found it thrust into the foreground by some fellow who has something to hide in the background. I have seen a great deal of patriotism; and I have generally found it the last refuge of the scoundrel." - The Judgement of Dr. Johnson, Act III

"It is terrible to contemplete how few politicians are hanged." - The Cleveland Press, 3/1/21

"There cannot be a nation of millionaires, and there never has been a nation of Utopian comrades; but there have been any number of nations of tolerably contented peasants." Ð Outline of Sanity CW. V. 192

"All government is an ugly necessity." Ð A Short History of England. 63

"It is hard to make government representative when it is also remote." - ILN, 8/17/18

"Men do not differ much about what things they will call evils; they differ enormously about what evils they will call excusable." - ILN, 10/23/09

"It's not that we don't have enough scoundrels to curse; it's that we don't have enough good men to curse them." - ILN, 3/14/08

"Truth is sacred; and if you tell the truth too often nobody will believe it." - ILN, 2/24/06

"Civilization has run on ahead of the soul of man, and is producing faster than he can think and give thanks." - Daily News, 2/21/02

"It is not bigotry to be certain we are right; but it is bigotry to be unable to imagine how we might possibly have gone wrong." - The Catholic Church and Conversion

"Idolatry is committed, not merely by setting up false gods, but also by setting up false devils; by making men afraid of war or alcohol, or economic law, when they should be afraid of spiritual corruption and cowardice." - ILN 9/11/09

"Most modern freedom is at root fear. It is not so much that we are too bold to endure rules; it is rather that we are too timid to endure responsibilities." - What's Wrong With the World

"The world will very soon be divided, unless I am mistaken, into those who still go on explaining our success, and those somewhat more intelligent who are trying to explain our failure." - Speech to Anglo-Catholic Congress 6-29-20

"What we call emancipation is always and of necessity simply the free choice of the soul between one set of limitations and another." - Daily News12-21-05

"There are some desires that are not desirable." - Orthodoxy

"In the struggle for existence, it is only on those who hang on for ten minutes after all is hopeless, that hope begins to dawn." - The Speaker 2-2-01

"Modern broad-mindedness benefits the rich; and benefits nobody else." - "The Church of the Servile State" Utopia of Usurers

"The decay of society is praised by artists as the decay of a corpse is praised by worms." - Shaw, 1909

"Bigotry is an incapacity to conceive seriously the alternative to a proposition." - Lunacy and Letters

Credibility of the Media
"Modern man is staggering and losing his balance because he is being pelted with little pieces of alleged fact which are native to the newspapers; and, if they turn out not to be facts, that is still more native to newspapers." - ILN, 4/7/23

The Cult of Fame
"America has a genius for the encouragement of fame." - The Father Brown Omnibus

The Education System

"The purpose of Compulsory Education is to deprive the common people of their commonsense." - ILN, 9/7/29
"Though the academic authorities are actually proud of conducting everything by means of Examinations, they seldom indulge in what religious people used to descibe as Self-Examination. The consequence is that the modern State has educated its citizens in a series of ephemeral fads." - Nash's Pall Mall Magazine. April, 1935

A Litigious Society
"The position we have now reached is this: starting from the State, we try to remedy the failures of all the families, all the nurseries, all the schools, all the workshops, all the secondary institutions that once had some authority of their own. Everything is ultimately brought into the Law Courts. We are trying to stop the leak at the other end." - ILN, 3/24/23

September 11
"The architecture of New York chiefly consists of buildings being destroyed." - G.K.'s Weekly, 1/16/26

Police Authority
"Anyone who is not an anarchist agrees with having a policeman at the corner of the street; but the danger at present is that of finding the policeman half-way down the chimney or even under the bed." - What I Saw In America, 1922

"I do not know much about Mohammed or Mohammedanism. I do not take the Koran to bed with me every night. But, if I did on some one particular night, there is one sense at least in which I know what I should not find there. I apprehend that I should not find the work abounding in strong encouragements to the worship of idols; that the praises of polytheism would not be loudly sung; that the character of Mohammed would not be subjected to anything resembling hatred and derision; and that the great modern doctrine of the unimportance of religion would not be needlessly emphasised." (ILN Nov. 15, 1913)

"A man making the confession of any creed worth ten minutes' intelligent talk, is always a man who gains something and gives up something. So long as he does both he can create; for he is making an outline and a shape. Mohamet created, when he forbade wine but allowed five wives: he created a very big thing, which we have still to deal with." ("The Victorian Compromise and Its Enemies" The Victorian Age in Literature)

"To do Mohammed justice, his main attack was against the idolatries of Asia. Only he thought, just as the Arians did and just as the Unitarians do, that he could attack them better with a greater approximation to plain theism. What distinguishes his heresy from anything like an Arian or Albigensian heresy is that, as it sprang up on the borders of Christendom, it could spread outwards to a barbaric world." ("A Note on Comparative Religion" Where All Roads Lead)

"There is in Islam a paradox which is perhaps a permanent menace. The great creed born in the desert creates a kind of ecstasy out of the very emptiness of its own land, and even, one may say, out of the emptiness of its own theology. It affirms, with no little sublimity, something that is not merely the singleness but rather the solitude of God. There is the same extreme simplification in the solitary figure of the Prophet; and yet this isolation perpetually reacts into its own opposite. A void is made in the heart of Islam which has to be filled up again and again by a mere repetition of the revolution that founded it. There are no sacraments; the only thing that can happen is a sort of apocalypse, as unique as the end of the world; so the apocalypse can only be repeated and the world end again and again. There are no priests; and yet this equality can only breed a multitude of lawless prophets almost as numerous as priests. The very dogma that there is only one Mahomet produces an endless procession of Mahomets. Of these the mightiest in modern times were the man whose name was Ahmed, and whose more famous title was the Mahdi; and his more ferocious successor Abdullahi, who was generally known as the Khalifa. These great fanatics, or great creators of fanaticism, succeeded in making a militarism almost as famous and formidable as that of the Turkish Empire on whose frontiers it hovered, and in spreading a reign of terror such as can seldom be organised except by civilisation…" (Lord Kitchener)

"The whole modern world has divided itself into Conservatives and Progressives. The business of Progressives is to go on making mistakes. The business of the Conservatives is to prevent the mistakes from being corrected." - ILN, 4/19/24
makeitloud Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2007
hhaah thanks! i could of done with these a few months back when i was doing the assignment... lol

but thanks anyways!
MartinStranka Featured By Owner May 8, 2007  Professional Photographer
Great work! :) i HATE bUSH! :(
makeitloud Featured By Owner May 10, 2007
lol and thanking you again mate :D
IrreveRender Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
i'm italian and i don't hate bush
but this picture is adorable !!!
makeitloud Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2007
lol, hahahaha, im aussie... i dont hate bush either, or howard for that matter :P

glad you like it and
thanks for the comment and the :+fav:
IrreveRender Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
i'm italian
here Political world is very different
if you want, visit my DA
globalninja Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2007   Digital Artist
very clever, i love this
makeitloud Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2007
thanking you :D
Coonass Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2007
The great piece, I absolutly love it. I think it funny how this painting was originally done to advocate the frech revolution in the 19 century and how the french are now against any action that would fight terror or institute freedom in the middle east. funny.
makeitloud Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2007
great that you were able to pick up the main connection with why i chose the artwork in the first place. it was a very iconic work from when it was created, and still is in some ways today.

much appreciated that you've taken a some-what interest in the work, and great that you also commented.

have a good NY
Coonass Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2007
What I really appreciate is that youve put alot of time and effort into this to make your statment. I've seen way too many two minute political statment pieces on this site. This definetly makes a statment and it is also somthing I can truly consider art. Again fantastic job.
makeitloud Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2007
awww shucks, thanks mate! :D
BlackCarrionRose Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2007  Professional Photographer
very cool and very well done!
makeitloud Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2007
why, thanks very muchly :D
brushmechanic Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2006
This is hysterical!! I love the detail! Big Ben, the Towers and the other icons are priceless. The note written in the sky couldn't be any better. You've done a FANTASTIC job!
makeitloud Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2006
hehe thanks very muchly.
Ein-Kaltes-Herz Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2006
this is sick, nice job
makeitloud Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2006
cheers, thanks for the comment and fav :+fav:
great that you like it :D
Spider-Kiss Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2006
You're genius.
makeitloud Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2006
hahaha thanks!
Justria Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2006  Hobbyist Writer
I always loved this painting. Nice manipulation. When I saw Bush's head on Liberty's body, I just about died laughing. :lmao:
makeitloud Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2006
hahaha lol!
cheers for the comment and the compliment :D
makeitloud Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2006
Awww shucks :D

Thanks very muchly for the comment
Sinfulmelody Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2006
Absoluley Amazing!
^-^ U should be proud! Its great!
shindou-shuichi Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2006
That's great!

But... all things considered, shouldn't Cheney be the one holding the gun? ;)
makeitloud Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2006
hmmmmm yes..... kinda.... well, i guess its too late now... already spent $110 on printing ;)

lol....... thanks for the comment also :P
KaiserTwig Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2006
This is AMAZING! I'm forwarding this for a DD. :+fav:
makeitloud Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2006
OMG! Really.... haha, cheers and thanks for that.

Im currently at school with it printed out next to me... soo i'll post up a photo to show its scale!
hucast Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2006
makeitloud Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2006
Cheers Lena-Box.

Took so long to find the right faces, with the right expressions on them.
And to get them right as well.... if you didn't see any of the development ones (Currently Untitled works), Condoleezza's hair isn't all what it seems. A lot of it is just a copy of another part of the hair because it just look awquard with it cutting right off :P

Cheers, and thanks for the comment and fav.
Lena-box Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2006

Nice idea!
And I just love, love Bush with breasts.
And everybody else - you put them in costumes that suit them so well... and their expressions are so great...
markgarcia Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2006
Very nice! hahaa
makeitloud Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2006
And a thank you mark for the comment and the fav.
KashaPaw Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2006
XD Awesome!
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