In the tradition of Picasso’s Guernica extended into our networked times, I have created a work of Internet art as a call to action to prevent a second Holocaust before Ahmadinejad executes his plan to “wipe Israel off the map” with a nuclear bomb that is Iran’s prelude to global conquest in the service of a mad ideology.


Picasso’s Guernica cried out against the bombing practice by Hitler’s burgeoning war machine killing hundreds in a little Basque village in northern Spain. Just as the world’s acquiescence to Hitler’s raining bombs on the village of Guernica gave him the license to proceed with preparing for WW II and exterminating the Jews of Europe on his way to global conquest, the world’s indifference to the thousands of rockets launched against Israel by Iran’s proxy armies, Hamas and Hizbullah, are empowering Ahmadinejad to incinerate the Jews of Israel as a prelude to his global jihad.


The global reach of a networked planet gives artists unprecedented power to express their moral outrage as a worldwide call to action to confront hatred, bigotry, racism, terrorism, genocide, and cults of death and destruction.  My artwork,, reaches out across our planet screaming, “Never Again!”