This website is presented in order to point out the obvious fact of overpopulation. Clarity is not politically oriented. It does not support or encourage, among other ideas: socialism, anti-Semitism, Islam, terrorism, Nazism whether old or neo, communism, dictatorship, tyranny, diversity, racism, multiculturalism, belligerent nationalism, sexual obsession, gender wrangling, feminism, so-called 'far right politics,' police states, fanaticism, etc. Any comments found on it that might superficially seem political should be understood as merely momentary opinion and criticism offered from a point of view probably quite different from that of the then observer, given that no two persons can occupy exactly the same space simultaneously.

Clarity is totally harmless. It cannot be construed as a 'hate crime.' Unlikely to be looked at by more than a handful of equally harmless readers it is even more unlikely to influence them or anyone else in the slightest.

Hidden in the words of the website is the solution to mankind's endless troubles, but it comes with a screen that forbids entry to states of stupefaction brought about by confusion and conflict within and without—and that of course rules out most of humanity.

Highly recommended: do read the whole publication. It is written and read entirely in presence!


This rather grotesque but almost unbelievably smug piece of sculpture has recently appeared in densely populated Birmingham opposite the city's monstrosity of a new central library building. The sculpture is supposed to represent ‘the family.’ There is no father in the group and the male element is presented as two little boys, clear evidence—if more evidence were needed—of the dominance of women in society today. Passers-by now have something to look up to, namely, a bronze group apparently lauding single motherhood. Another interpretation might be that men are slightly more aware of the world population problem and although most men can’t find any meaning in life without a woman, it is just possible that they might feel a passing twinge of guilt at adding to humanity’s misery. A suspicion of that attitude would certainly result in their being omitted from this no-limits reproduction sculpture. Women on the other hand, feel no such guilt and any woman worth her womb is eager to get pregnant. Who else, asks Dickie Cunningham, could have made this dreadful art piece but a woman?

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