Joy Villa’s Bowie Connection

Joy Villa, the recording artist who wore the “Make America Great Again” dress to the Grammy Awards in honor of President Donald Trump last week, made such an impact with the public that for most of last week her 2014 EP “I Make the Static” was the #1 album for sales on iTunes and Amazon.  Concerning the reception she received, Joy told Breitbart:

Honestly, I did get some hate. I got some dirty looks. I got a guy who said, ‘I would like to step on it.’ You know. I got the negativity. But they didn’t come up to me and say anything except for that one person. The people who poured their heart and soul and actually came up to me and took photos with me and said I just wanted to tell you I love you. I love your dress. I love what you’re doing. Those were the overwhelming majority that day. Even at the Grammys.

Curiously, more digging about Joy uncovers a connection to the late great David Bowie, the Thin White Duke, whom we at IPR-X previously connected to Trump’s rise.  Joy is married to Danish photographer Thorsten Overgaard.  On his website, we find a multitude of articles featuring his photography, including some photos of Joy.  One article from February of last year titled “Remembering David Bowie” discusses the impact Bowie had on both Overgaard and Joy. Overgaard writes:

Joy and I happen to have had Ziggy Stardust as the soundtrack to our romance the first 6-9 months of our time together. When traveling from New York through Canada, Europe and to Asia we had it on repeat.

Apart from that period, Bowie haven’t filled our thoughts much of the time.

But when he died, you realize what you lost.

The article also shows Joy’s personal tribute to Bowie.  Just like her tribute to President Trump, Joy honored Bowie through a dress.  After last year’s Grammys, Overgaard and Joy visited Garbage Gone Glam where they created a dress on Joy’s body made up of Bowie album covers.

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Garbage Gone Glam’s Kristen Alyce creates the dress on Joy’s body

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Workshop photo by Mark Tenally

 

 

Joy Villa Wins the Night

Joy Villa rocked the Grammy Awards with a dress paying homage to President Donald Trump and the Make America Great Again movement.

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Joy is a mulatto singer-songwriter known for wearing interesting dresses.  Last year she wore an orange fishnet.

The designer of the dress is a Filipino immigrant named Andre Soriano.  He told the Hollywood Reporter:

We all live on this planet. I’ve never been in the political arena. However, it’s just so crazy that people are getting beat up because they voted for Trump, or this and that, someone wants to bomb the White House. I am an American, I moved here from the Philippines, and I highly believed in the trueness of what this country can bring. It’s about bringing people together, that’s the message.

Even though Joy did not win any Grammys, the most of which (5) went to the late great David Bowie, Joy certainly won the night with her courageous dress in such hostile territory.

Monday Entertainment: Wild Is the Wind #MusicMonday #MondayMotivation

The final track on “Station to Station“, “Wild Is the Wind” is the only song on the album David Bowie himself did not write.  Scranton-born Ned Washington authored its lyrics. Though a love song, just like the previous, its protagonist the Thin White Duke recognizes how tenuous love can be and how it can blow away in the wind like leaves from a tree.  Likewise, America, or at least the silent majority, currently loves President Elect Donald Trump, but that can change (my time was running wild) like the wind.  The love can last if as President, Trump does what he has promised, to Make America Great Again.

Like a leaf clings
To the tree
Oh my darling,
Cling to me
For we’re like creatures
In the wind
And wild is the wind
Wild is the wind

Praise 2016, the Year of Our People

By all counts and measures, 2016 was a great year.  It was this year the British people finally woke and separated from the globalist EU in favor of the nationalism of Brexit.  It was this year the American people finally woke and rejected the globalism of the Bush-Clinton dynasty in favor of the nationalism of President Elect Trump.

We can expect 2017 to be just as great.  We will inaugurate a new president; one who is a man of his people.  We will build a Great Wall along the Southern Border to keep out the hordes taking our jobs and bringing crime to our streets.  We will respect our police and allow them to do their job so that we can be safe in places like New York and Chicago.  We will cut taxes, cut useless regulations, and raise tariffs on globalist corporations taking our jobs overseas.  In 2017, we will make American great again and because of this new nationalist spirit people will be proud to be American again.

Goodbye 2016.  You were good to us.  But Welcome 2017.  You are full of promise.

Libertarians for Trump Founder Walter Block Wins FPP Peace Prize

Walter Block, founder of Libertarians for Trump won the prestigious FPP Peace Prize today.  The award, given out by Darryl W. Perry’s Free Press Publications, seeks to recognize the one person who “worked to make the world a more peaceful place.”  Block did this by creating Libertarians for Trump which successfully lobbied the American people to Make America Great Again by electing Donald Trump as President of the United States.  The American people, particularly those in the much-maligned White community, can now prosper in peace.

The winner of the award is decided by a weeks-long poll on the FPP site.  Block led the poll in a landslide when the polling closed last month.  The official results were not revealed, however, a pie chart was released, which is difficult to gauge, but shows Block as the clear winner.

For some reason, somebody named Rodger Paxton was also given the award even though he did not receive as many votes as Block.  It is unclear why Paxton was also given the award.

IPR-X would like to congratulate Walter Block and Libertarians for Trump for the great victory, one of many to come in Trump’s America.