Ayn Rand Is the Pinnacle of Human Evolution

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Artist and author Sylvia Bokor, who you can follow on Twitter at “@BokorCapitalism,” painted the above work of art, which a tipster passes along. Titled “Beginnings,” it depicts, from bottom to top, a Homo erectus discovering fire, a Neanderthal working with stone tools, a prehistoric artist painting a horse, “an Ancient Egyptian scribe writing on a piece of papyrus,” an Aristotle, and at the pinnacle of it all, Ayn Rand, flanked by Saturn, miscellaneous planets, and electro-sky bolts, because she is the zenith of human development.

In related news, the 2003 painting was sold for $14,000.

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