'The street artist behind the anti-Semitic mural defended Jeremy Corbyn has defended his painting in a bizarre rant the lashes out at 'tyrannical' bankers.
The row over the offensive painting has thrown Mr Corbyn's leadership of Labour into a fresh crisis and MPs have warned the party could be destroyed if the abuse is not tackled.
Mear One, the artist behind the painting, has broken his silence to say that his painting was conveying an 'anti-capitalist message' not an anti-Semitic one.
He has penned an article which has run on David Icke's website - a former footballer well known for his conspiracy theories and who thinks the world is controlled by shape-shifting lizard people.
Mear One used the piece to launch an attack on bankers, the media and politicians around the world.
He said the controversy is just an attempt to 'violently drag my name and art through the mud'.
He added: 'Change is coming and as a self-defense mechanism I believe that the new Crypto reality and blockchain technologies may be providing some answers.
'How do we get out from under the tyrannical grip of the banking globalists and corporations ruling our world?
'I believe it exists in the decentralization of our monetary system, but could we apply a bit of that thinking to our state of humanity as well?
'Can we decentralize humanity?'
In the piece, the artist says that he does not think that religion defines people, but that 'this is one planet and we are one people, Earth People.''
Read more: Daily Mail in pathetically predictable attack on reasoned argument by street artist Mear One in Davidicke.com article
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