Those slandering the truckers as a horde of Nazis are a horde of Nazis
That stupid trick is really getting old
I guess I shouldn’t call it “stupid,” because it’s worked like crazy (literally) ever since that “attempted coup” on January 6 last year—easily the most psychotic of all post-war propaganda fantasies. Permit me to explain:
The history of modern propaganda, from World War I until last year, is a history of big, crazy lies whose craziness was not immediately obvious, except, at times, to some few keen observers. How could anyone in Britain or America (other than the propagandists and their backers) know, back in 1915, that the German army, throughout “the rape of Belgium,” was not impaling babies on bayonets, cutting off the breasts of nurses, crucifying Allied captives, and otherwise behaving not like well-trained Prussian troops but like a swarm of demons? It took time to determine, and longer still to make it widely known, that all such infuriating war crimes were pure fiction, as Arthur Ponsonby (one of the very few MPs who had opposed the war) showed, with devastating clarity, in his classic Falsehood in War-Time (1928), which woke a lot of people up, belatedly, in both Britain and America.
So it also was with the more recent variations on the “rape of Belgium” theme. In 1990, just after Saddam Hussein’s “rape of Kuwait,” there were those horrifying reports that Iraqi troops had dumped 312 premature babies out of the incubators in a Kuwaiti hospital, “and left them to die on the cold floor,” so they could cart the empties back to Baghdad. That tall tale, tearfully recounted by a 15-year-old girl billed as “Nayirah” at a packed congressional hearing, was exposed—and “Nayirah” identified as the daughter of Kuwait’s ambassador to the United States—a few weeks after Gulf War I, by John R. MacArthur, publisher of Harper’s. And then, throughout Obama’s second term, there was the protracted “rape of Syria” by Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad, whose many Hunnish crimes against his own people included two gas attacks, in 2013 and 2018, each timed perfectly to justify an even more aggressive Western drive to topple him, and both of which were soon exposed for what they really were by investigative titan Seymour Hersh.
Those journalistic takedowns tacitly invited us to see just how ridiculous those tales were on their face. Why were there 312 premature babies just in that one hospital? (Try to picture those marauding troops, knee-deep in babies, wheeling all those incubators out of there.) And if Bashar al-Assad was dumb enough to gas entire civilian neighborhoods in his own country, when his army was prevailing over the CIA’s jihadists in that so-called “civil war,” how had he managed to survive so far? And why was such a monster so beloved in Syria (as he still is)?
In the initial shock of horror at the “news,” such reasonable questions don’t occur to us; and if we’re not so horrified, and they do occur to us, we tend to keep them to ourselves, or pose them very cautiously, lest those infuriated by the propaganda go ballistic at our callousness—because, not so deep down, they enjoy the horror, enjoy (what they think is) their righteous indignation over it, love being swept away by it, along with the government-and-media, and (almost) everybody else. That mass response creates a lynch-mob atmosphere that makes it hazardous to question anything that everyone’s been told, and that (almost) everybody thinks is true, at first. (So it was, of course, in early 2020, with the global rollout of “the virus.”)
Thus (almost) everyone believed that Lee Harvey Oswald murdered JFK all by himself, as the myriad absurdities in the Official Story were not evident to most Americans, at first. So, at first, did (almost) everyone believe that North Vietnamese forces had attacked the USS Maddox in the Gulf of Tonkin, which LBJ quickly used to justify his radical expansion of the war that JFK had planned to end (hence Dallas). So, at first, did (almost) everyone believe that James Earl Ray killed Martin Luther King, Jr., all by himself, and then that Sirhan Sirhan killed Bobby Kennedy all by himself. And so, at first, did (almost) everyone believe that 9/11 was the unexpected handiwork of nineteen Muslim zealots, their astoundingly successful operation masterminded by a lone Islamist living in a cave some 7,000 miles away (and on dialysis).
Thus those Official Stories—though preposterous—were all believable enough that it took time for millions to become aware of their respective gaping holes: e.g., that JFK was shot in the front from the back, and also by a “magic bullet” that wonderfully defied the laws of physics; that Bobby was shot in the back from the front, and that Sirhan Sirhan had nothing against him, and has no memory of shooting anyone; that James Earl Ray had left the rooming house near the Lorraine Motel before Rev. King was shot, and he was not a racist, and somehow had a lot of money on him that enabled him to flee, and so look guilty of “his” crime; that the Twin Towers each collapsed, vaporized, into its own footprint, and that Building 7 did, too, though no plane had struck it, its sudden meltdown due to office fires; and so on. Many more Americans than we may think now either recognize such facts, or would be willing to consider them, while “our free press” just keeps snickering.
Now, what makes “January 6” such a psychotic propaganda show, by contrast with those prior examples (and there are many more of those), is that it was apparent at the time how bogus the Big Story was. This distinction is significant. At the very moment it was happening, that preposterous fracas was quite obviously not a “coup attempt,” and not an “insurrection” (defined by Merriam-Webster as “a usually violent attempt to take control of a government”), but just a bunch of (unarmed) people yelling and spectacularly loitering. (Surely there was violence—all of it inflicted on the “insurrectionists.”) Those who fell for that crazed misdescription were not looking at those images per se, but only (credulously) listening to the media’s ridiculous inflation of that oafish lark into a political catastrophe, like Gen. Pinochet’s (CIA-backed) bombardment of Chile’s presidential palace on September 11, 1973, or any of the many other “coup attempts” (all authored by the CIA, and, therefore, also misreported by the Western press) that have crushed democratically elected governments worldwide, as in Iran in 1953, Guatemala in 1954, Honduras in 2009, Ukraine in 2014 and Bolivia in 2019 (just to name a few).
That that raucous dance inside the Capitol about a year ago was not comparable to any of those real “coup attempts”—except that, like them, it was closely managed from on high in Washington—was even clearer to those active viewers who, while really looking at the images provided by the media, also scanned protesters’ videos of what was happening all around the Capitol that day, from which they learned that that gigantic gathering in Washington was as diverse as it was peaceful (with every provocation noisily condemned by those surrounding it), and that those protesters who flowed into the Capitol were urged in by the cops, who helpfully took down the barriers. Those attentive viewers went on to track the revelations of deep FBI involvement in that “insurrection,” including the use of agent provocateur Ray Epps, and other later revelations pointing to state orchestration of the spectacle (such as the fact that the Capitol’s doors, with their magnetic locks, were not smashed open by the “insurrectionists,” but opened from the inside, by the Capitol police).
Thus those who watched that “coup attempt” with eyes wide open, then kept themselves informed about the incident, perceive the truth that “our free press” has trampled from the start, in concert with congressional Democrats (including crisis actor AOC), the Biden DoJ, and all the tarnished stars and grasping not-for-profits on “the left”—including, most disgracefully, Noam Chomsky, who seems to have forgotten what real “coup attempts” entail, and who wildly likened that unarmed charade on January 6 to Hitler’s Beer Hall Putsch in 1923, claiming that “historians of fascism” (none of whom he named, or could have named) would readily affirm that ludicrous comparison. If the once-esteemed co-author of The Manufacture of Consent were not himself now serving as a propagandist for the New World Order (whether wittingly or not), he might see that the aptest Nazi analogue to “January 6” was not the Beer Hall Putsch in 1923, but the burning of the Reichstag ten years later—another phony “terrorist” attack on an august official building, to justify a sudden radical expansion of executive authority, swift mass detention of political opponents, and a ferocious, sweeping, ever-hardening crackdown on dissent.
So it was not those hapless protestors who used the Nazi playbook in conspiring to effect that “insurrection,” but those who set them up inside the Capitol, so that the media could cast them as a Nazi threat, and then the government could throw them, by the hundreds, into federal prison (on no charges, with many held, for months, in solitary confinement), and finally cast all dissidence as “domestic terrorism.” Thus “January 6” appeared to culminate some four years of projective propaganda equating Donald Trump with Adolf Hitler, and Trump’s “base” of “deplorables” with Hitler’s Brownshirts, portraying them as a feral national mob of “white supremacists” linked (somehow) to a “fascist” internationale maintained by Trump’s totalitarian Svengali, Vladimir Putin.
That lunatic campaign took off five weeks before Election Day, 2016, with a New York Times review, by Michiko Kakutani (ostensibly), of a new biography of Adolf Hitler. Without once mentioning Trump’s name, or the Republicans, or the looming election, Kakutani (or her case officer) cunningly implied that Trump was Hitler 2.0, and therefore “shouldn't be dismissed as some sideshow and that history shows where this can lead,” as the Washington Post put it in a laudatory paraphrase. That fantasy got rave reviews throughout the “liberal media,” and much hysterical assent all over Twitter. “As many New York Times readers have noticed,” HuffPost breathlessly declared, “Kakutani’s synopsis of Volker Ullrich’s Hitler: Ascent 1889–1939 instead [sic] makes it impossible not to draw your own chilling parallels between the rise of the Nazi dictator and the current ascendancy of Trump.”
Although it fed directly into “Russia-gate” (another crackpot propaganda masterpiece), the “Trump = Hitler” delusion ultimately served a larger, more disastrous purpose than just hobbling and discrediting that president, once people started calling for the repeal of “COVID measures” in the spring and summer of 2020. The anti-lockdown protests in Lansing, Sacramento and elsewhere got much scary coverage casting them, deceptively, as “far right” gatherings: “Role of extremist groups at California lockdown protests raises alarms,” screeched the Los Angeles Times on May 24, spotlighting the convenient presence, at the Sacramento protest, of “a contingent of Proud Boys,” who may have been cops playing Proud Boys, or real Proud Boys led by skilled agents provocateurs, and/or—as in the case of the alleged “far right” conspiracy to kidnap Gretchen Whitmer, governor of Michigan—an enterprising FBI informant. (In the trial of those alleged conspirators, the judge will not allow the jury to be told about the FBI’s key role in that fake plot, which Democrats continue to recall as oh so scary.)
“Our free press” sounded the same undue “alarm” over the vast protest in Berlin in late August, 2020, where Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. took that bull by the horns toward the end of his great speech, noting, rightly, that the million people gathered there—a huge assembly peaceful and diverse, and there to call for the salvation of democracy—were everything that Hitler’s goons were not: “I look into this crowd and see the opposite of Nazis.” As would be the case on January 6, the many poignant images of that pacific multitude (as well as Kennedy’s forthright repudiation of the propaganda slander) did not deter the Western press from linking even that event with Nazi “terrorists,” thanks to a much-hyped (and no doubt tightly orchestrated) effort by a pack of “Nazi” goons to “storm the Reichstag” during that protest.
Kennedy’s point demands elaboration: While those protesting this all-pervasive bio-fascist horror are in no way like Nazis, those forcing it on all the rest of us are Nazis, in effect—or close enough for the tribunals that will one day judge them. Their murderous experimental “vaccination” program clearly killing and/or sterilizing millions the world over—obviously by design; their endless global gush of jaw-dropping Big Lies, and ruthless censorship of vital truths, perversely misdescribed as dangerous “misinformation”; their all-but-inescapable surveillance grid, and ever-more-overt reliance on brute force to punish protest and dissent; their supersession of all democratic governance through groundless declarations of “emergency,” enabling the suspension of all constitutional rights and freedoms—all those crimes recall the Nazis (and some of them recall the Bolsheviks).
It is therefore exquisitely disorienting, and especially outrageous, that they charge us with doing what they do, and slander us as being precisely what they are. And as their methods have turned ever more explicitly fascistic, driving ever more of us to wholly peaceful protest and civil disobedience, they struggle ever more perversely—and ever less believably—to cast us all as “far right” psychopaths, murderous and hateful, utterly indifferent to the health of others, and bent on the destruction of democracy.
For two years now, that “woke” projection, hammered into countless hearts and minds by an endless cannonade of propaganda all throughout the West, has had a dual calamitous result. It has obviously brought us to the brink of a new worldwide bio-fascist order, wherein—unless we stop it—the “unvaccinated” will be treated ever more exactly like “the Jews” in Hitler’s Germany, before the war, and wherein every effort at resistance will (as we are already seeing now) be viciously denounced and cruelly punished as “domestic terrorism.” And, for all the many glaring portents of that totalitarian takeover, what we call “the left” can’t see it coming, because they think the “fascist threat” is over here, among those of us peacefully resisting that totalitarian assault, which (unlike the left in Hitler’s day) “the left” will not resist, because they’re part of it.
Now that the crunch has come, with the resistance ever hardening and growing day by day (yet without ever turning violent), that deeply twisted effort to portray us as the opposite of what we really are—”the opposite of Nazis”—has lately so intensified that it seems even more insane than that deranged hoo-ha over “January 6.” We (who have our eyes wide open) saw this some two weeks ago, on January 23, when Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., in his (again) great speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial, was universally and loonily denounced for pointing out that Anne Frank could not long have hidden in that “secret annex” if the Nazis had the inescapable surveillance apparatus that the globalists intend to spread worldwide from China. For making that correct and sympathetic observation, Kennedy was charged, essentially, with Holocaust denial by the ADL and other institutional guardians of the Shoah, whose fatwa then re-echoed, in pious and/or jeering sallies from the New York Times and Washington Post, AP, CNN, Rolling Stone, Forbes, Yahoo, “The View,” Jimmy Kimmel, Trevor Noah, the Independent, Guardian and the Sun, among other propaganda vectors, all of which invented Kennedy’s “deeply offensive” and “insensitive” remark so they could defame him as “far right,” and tacitly indict the crowd who cheered him as a Nazi horde.
Meanwhile, also on January 23, there was a far more spectacular propaganda sham in Brussels, site of a very large and (as usual) wholly peaceful protest, by (as usual) a diverse multitude, of Europeans there to protest “vaccine” mandates in the EU—a beautiful event, which the European media blacked out completely, in favor of staged scenes of violence involving the police, the military and “Antifa” members, all those players clad in occult black, and vigorously faking those “street fights,” like three battalions of pro wrestlers. That Belgian variant of “January 6th” was cogently exposed as a colossal fraud by documentarist Janet Ossebaard, in this exemplary video, which should be widely used in propaganda courses from now on:
And now the quasi-Nazis straining to misrepresent us utterly, as if we were as malicious, brutal, callous and divisive as they are, have turned their thundering propaganda guns on Ottawa, straining now to cast the truckers as coarse bigots and barbarian marauders, and the millions who have jubilantly welcomed them, and valiantly stood with them, and supplied them, in sub-zero temperatures—loving solidarity, and for the sake of all humanity—as an abusive mob of “white supremacists.” The primary vector of that eye-popping Big Lie is, of course, Canada’s unspeakable prime minister, whose bald-faced slander of the truckers, and of all Canadians resistant to the his masters’ “COVID measures,” is certainly a hate crime, as some Canadians are charging formally; yet, as well, that slander is so staggeringly false that it suggests that Justin Trudeau may be nuts, having let the power of his office (as he imagines it), and his “woke” ideology, drive him just as crazy as his overlords. The great divide between those sober, decent people and his libelous descriptions of them—claims as baseless as the Allies’ catastrophic lies about “the Hun”—has given rise to devastating videos that, while giving us a few much-needed laughs today, may well be used as evidence against him, and his masters and accomplices, in days to come:
And yet it’s premature to think about that day of judgement, when we’re still facing the same evil that has crafted all those propaganda masterpieces, going back (at least) to those “atrocities” that enabled World War One, and that has now catastrophically manipulated, and severely injured, all our world, ostensibly to “save” us from “the virus.” In its ongoing drive to crush the rest of us completely, and forever, that evil is now warning bluntly, via the DHS, of a “heightened threat of foreign and domestic terrorism,” posed by what they call “conspiracy theories” and “misinformation”—hostile synonyms for what we call the truth. So let us go on telling that verboten truth, always speak out, loud and clear, against their terrorism, and otherwise keep working our way toward that day when justice finally will be served, despite whatever further horrors they have in store for us, and whatever other Big Lies they will tell.