INDECLINE has been identified as the anarchist group that erected a ‘life-size’ naked statue of Donald Trump without testicles at the New York’s Union square in the early hours of thursday this week.
“It’s horrendously, tragically beautiful,” says a bystander as she knelt down to take a picture. It’s been a horrible week, this has been the best thing that happened to me all week,” she further stated.
Union Square was packed with people of all ages taking selfies and laughing at his bulging belly and lumpy form.
“He has no balls, he has no balls!” Sookia said. “He’s no good as a president. He hate[s] the Mexicans. Get him out, get him out.”
In an interview with sources, INDECLINE explained that they wanted to humiliate Trump while nodding towards his authoritarian tendencies, as dictators often erect statues of themselves.
The group is also behind putting names of black men killed by the police on Hollywood stars and painting an anti-Trump rape mural on the US-Mexico border.
Naked Trump statues were also simultaneously unveiled in San Francisco, Los Angeles , Cleveland and Seattle.
The artist behind the designs, Ginger, said he wanted to give Trump a “constipated look”. The statues show a veiny Trump with a saggy bottom. There are also specific details, such as a Masonic ring on his finger.
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The statue did not last long, as the parks department tore it down while the ebullient crowd booed. “Salaam alaikum, Donald Trump!” one onlooker shouted as the statue was loaded into the back of the van.
The NYPD watched over the dismantling.
“NYC Parks stands firmly against any unpermitted erection in city parks, no matter how small,” a parks department spokesperson told Gothamist.
Russian president Vladimir Putin was also depicted naked in 2014, in a painting sent by Ukrainian artist Olga Oleynik to Foreign Policy . Oleynik also gained fame by depicting Ukrainian president Victor Yanukovych.
A previous nude painting of Trump also made headway across the internet after it was banned for public display due to copyright violations over the likeness to Trump .
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio was asked what he thought of the statue during a press conference.
“That is a frightening thought,” de Blasio said. “When he’s wearing clothes I don’t like him.”
Trump had been known for racist and contemptible comments in his political rallies recent being calling President Obama sole sponsor of ISIS.
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