Who is Grant J. Kidney?
My name is Grant J. Kidney. I’m an artist and social activist based in Des Moines, Iowa.
GRANTJKIDNEY.com is my personal contribution toward the downfall of the evil and corrupt system installed globally over the lives of all people. Wars, growing police states, an increasing gap between the rich and the poor, and the gross depletion of natural resources are each topics that I write and speak vehemently concerning.
I have high hopes for my personal future as well as for the future of humankind collectively. As a child, I was always fascinated by science fiction and the dream that someday, human beings of all races, colors, and creeds would begin to cooperate here on the Earth so as to make it to the stars together. I intend for my work to help to bring about such a future.
Why did Grant J. Kidney seem so ‘fascist’ prior to 2011?
From 2005 to 2011, I had built a small audience online, fostering a purely satirical, ultra cynical, atheistic, social darwinian composite character bearing my exact name. In 2008, I released my first book entitled, ‘The Illumination: An Anthology of Truths’ (now retired). The Illumination humorously advocated both libertarian as well as totalitarian measures in order to fix all the world’s problems.
In 2011, I put the breaks on what had become an out of control figurehead in the ‘underground’ conspiracy circles. A certain set of life circumstances coupled with a pressing demand to embrace a bit of social responsibility forced me to reconsider all that I had been espousing on the web and to finally drop the veil of satire. All of my work since 2011 has reflected this shifting of gears in my life.
What are Grant J. Kidney’s political leanings?
I am neither right nor left, liberal nor conservative. I care less about labels and more about the direction into which our planet is heading.
My aim is to push for the rise of a more holistic, more cooperative, volunteer based society without money.
Does Grant J. Kidney believe in God?
I am a firm believer in a living ‘force’ which guides the cosmos and is embedded in all things.
I pray regularly, often times personifying the living force as an anthropomorphic deity in my mind so as to make connection with what is essentially a field of ‘energetic intelligence’ much easier to achieve.
I believe that all religions have something to offer and that men like Buddha, Krishna, or Jesus Christ were each prophets and avatars of the living force.
It is my personal thought that much of what is recorded in our ancient past, including our holy books, was mere misinterpretation of natural or even extraterrestrial phenomena.