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MAINSTREAM NEWS / SOCIAL MEDIA CENSURE PLANDEMIC
"No one is more hated than he who speaks the Truth."
May 2019 - Ricketts' facebook account was hacked & censured for a year, only for typing a name of a corrupt country, till "they" lost control over her & reactivated her account.
Oct. 2020 - Ricketts' Instagram Art account was brutally shut down for pornographic and pedophile accounts to be protected instead against Ricketts' Trump support.
JEANNE RICKETTS - Wavescapes evolution 2020 installed by the river stream - 81,5 x 303cm - vynil acrylics and charcoal on canvas
Photo © EXCELLENCE International SA
on île Rousseau, hosted by The Hôtel des Berges/4Seasons, Geneva, Sept 3rd 2019
Photo ©ARIANE SMOLDEREN
At the occasion of the Centenary of the Armenian Genocide in September 2015, the same hosts awarded her for "Arts and World Culture" at UNESCO in Paris, for her first conference held on her relic, “And this is Iraq” which she dreamt about in 2008, pre-announcing an “upheaval coming from Africa” later known as the “Arab Spring”. In honor of all victims of power abuse, “Human Wave At The Bus Stop” (2010) revealed the refugee-wave, her 2nd donation for the Agence Internationale pour la Paix in Paris, accompanied by her compelling speech on "Genocide, Art and Peace”. —
Projection of Jeanne Ricketts' short-film TRAPPED IN FREEDOM onto one of for her earliest murals painted in the vault of St. Louis' Chapel, built in 1646 in the hamlet of La Doire de Séranon, off the famous "Route Napoléon" in Provence, (F). "Heavenly Kingdom, Earthly Kingdom" is the title she gave to her 5x7,70m mural she painted during six months of hermitage in multiple layers of shades of inks, providing the viewer with a sensation of swaying between two parallel realms. The inaugural media coverage of this masterpiece triggered over 60 murals and ca.150 small to large scale art pieces, partially commissioned across Europe, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, the Middle East and the USA.
With Korean artist YOUN at a Picasso show, 2013
At the film première of Antartica, 2018
Censured stamp where all of RICKETTS' Art was removed and only the map was kept, as decided by the local elites.
As a very young rising star painting chapel after castle, which usually artists only get to paint at the end of their career, (i.e. PICASSO) - RICKETTS was commissioned to paint a mural in a 2nd Chapel in Monaco, her home since childhood. Her censured inaugural ceremony where not one word on her 3x5m fresco was pronounced in front of the entire crowd and her art patron that had come for her, after everyone saw Ricketts painting night and day for 4,5 months shocked everyone to the core, which no one ever forgot.
This "event" sadly marked the beginning of twenty years of a subtle "lock-down" on her, as we experienced it for Covid, where one sabotage, boycott and exploitation, aka mobbing, happened ever since. The well-know tactics of the 5% Elites which our beloved President Trump is taking down forever. Her Father, a visionary Cambridge and INSAD graduate endured the same treatment few years before his daughter for always refusing to sell his soul, like any good son of a Scottish Calvinist Reverend would have done.
A legal investigation regarding what Jeanne Ricketts endured as a cultural British subject of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, is in the hands of its respected Authorities.-