dinsdag, 8 juli 2008
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Kunst en rommel


Het  subsidiëren  van personen die zich bezighouden met de productie van schilderijen en zich kunstenaar noemen , leidt tot onder  meer de volgende verschijnselen:

 01. de hoeveelheid aangeboden schilderijen stijgt kunstmatig  tot  een groter  volume  dan bij vrije werking van vraag en aanbod het geval zou zijn geweest.
 
 02.tot de beroepsgroep  treden toe grote aantallen participanten die in een vrije markt  nimmer geselecteerd zouden zijn om de betreffende functie in de maatschappij uit te oefenen

 03 het  gemiddelde niveau van de aangeboden schilderijen zakt tot ver onder het reeds bedroevende niveau van zogenaamde kunst

 04  De overheid  komt te  zitten met enorme hoeveelheden schilderijen van slechte tot middelmatige kwaliteit   die  door een leger van ambenaren  opgeslagen en geadministreerd worden

 AL  HET  BOVENSTAANDE  GESCHIEDT OP KOSTEN  EN RISICO VAN DE BELASTINGBETALER, ALSOF DEZE  NIETS BETERS ZOU KUNNEN VINDEN OM MET ZIJN GELD TE DOEN

 Hugo van Reijen

 
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  1. Fred schreef op : 1

    Grappig dat zowel jij als Hub opeens de kunst te lijf gaan. Je beschrijft een situatie die niet meer bestaat sinds de BKR is afgeschaft. Heeft Vrijspreker ook al last van komkommertijd?

  2. Egor van Elven schreef op : 2

    Het is mij ook opgevallen dat er met een harde afgunst af en toe gesproken wordt over de ontvangers van kunstsubsidies. Ik denk dat men beter de pijlen richten kan op de verstrekkers van dat geld, in plaats van op de ontvangers.

  3. Scrutinizer schreef op : 3

    Sindsdien hebben die contra-productievelingen veeleer last van een andere BKR 😉

  4. hugo van reijen schreef op : 4
    Hugo J. van Reijen

    Hier volgt een reclame voor 5 miljoen euro die voor kunstenaars in 2008 ter beschikking is. Dit is maar een greep uit de doos.
    Hugo van Reijen

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