The artwork of Oleg Atbashian, a former Soviet dissident and now an American citizen, is familiar to many conservatives through the satirical website The People's Cube.
He is now facing large fines and up to five years in jail for putting up anti-terrorism posters at George Mason University.
In this exclusive interview, Oleg explains what happened:
This was supposed to be a two-day poster campaign, to counteract the George Mason University hosting an official national conference for Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), which is an anti-Semitic organization with well-documented ties to Hamas, a terrorist group whose stated goal is to exterminate the Jews.
The GMU poster campaign was conceived by the David Horowitz Freedom Center.
Selective enforcement is now the main tool of the modern tyrant. Laws are interpreted to prevent any kind of opposition to Marxist and Islamic domination of the culture and legal system.
Posters and other materials supporting far left wing causes and Islamic ones (that at times even promote genocide of Israelis, and Jews overall) can be found on campuses across North America.
Some universities even hold "Israeli Apartheid Week", something which, in Canada, would be a hate crime if it was targeted, for example, at Saudi Arabia.