art ~ thought ~ imagination

NOTE:
leeaneeart.com
and vakras.com

have rcently been hijacked.
The organisation where the registration details of our domains are kept, permitted, by some means, persons other than us to commandeer these domain names. These domain names, registered by us in 2002, are still currently registered to us, and will remain registered to us until 2013.
This is known as "Domain Hijacking" (refer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_hijacking ). We are both under sustained legally sanctioned harassment by persons and institutions who to us appear to act on behalf of Robert Cripps of Guildford Lane Gallery, institutions such as Australia's primary telco Telstra, who disconnected us from the internet by making a number of false claims and allegations against us to justify their action. The Australian Telecommunications minister, Stephen Conroy, has been made aware of Telstra's actions by email. Messages have been left with staff at his ministerial offices, but he has either refused to act, or not yet acted.

The hijacking has been reported to the Australian Federal Police.

Demetrios Vakras
Lee-Anne Raymond
16 October 2011

To read more:
- http://leeanneart.blogspot.com/2011/10/australian-defamation-law-vs-muscular.html
- http://www.cyberrefugee.com/telstra-problems-vakras.html
- http://www.cyberrefugee.com/conspiracy-to-commit-fraud.html


entry to the surreal art of Lee-Anne Raymond
entry to the surreal art of Demetrios Vakras
Lee-Anne Raymond's Phantast surreal. Site entry
the site of the demon, a discussion of ideas. Entry.

LeeAnneArt blogspot
The catalogue of the surreal: Humanist Transhumanist
Humanist Transhumanist catalogue

Redleg V Artists:summary of court case
unbowed atheist - without god we would have no hitler, allah or isis
Unbowed atheist


TransgressiveSurrealism.com : a site of transgressive art opposing the moves to censor thought and protect religious ideas
- coming soon -

 

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