by JOHN KAMINSKI
11 December 2018
Misleading the population by turning fiction into fact
“Back in 1969, General De Gaulle was denouncing the excessive influence of the Zionist lobby in all media: from newspapers to television, from motion pictures to publishing. Today, this excessive influence has succeeded in achieving the total perversion of meaning, whereby the meager resistance of the weak is dubbed “terrorism”, and the infinitely more murderous violence of the strong, ‘the fight against terrorism’.” — Roger Garaudy, The Founding Myths of Modern Israel, Institute for Historical Review, 2000, p. 141
In a world turned upside down, we now have a chance to finally learn that many of our greatest heroes were really sociopathic criminals of the first order, if only we could find someone powerful enough to imbue this truth upon the world.
But today we no longer have heroes; we have only media cutout celebrities who are first extolled to the sky, rise to prominence in a media blitz, then betray their followers by maintaining the bloody status quo. Later in life some of these mysterious media darlings are excoriated to the max for some nasty habit or unaddressed scandal, behavior that has been covered up for years by compliant media which eagerly participate in the conspiracies of government against the people.
What follows is the more crucial question: If our leaders are homicidal maniacs or just merely executioners for the people who put them in power, doesn’t that mean that the people who support them are the same kind of willing criminals, hypocrites preaching patriotism but really heartless accessories to mass murder all over the world?
More succinctly, are we responsible for the people we put in power?