The Two Wings of Governmental Beast Keep Evolving And Mutating
Ever feel like you are being set up like a bowling pin?
Nothing like scapegoating and guilt by association. It's an old trump canard card, played over and over again. Methinks surely this is what the Charlottesville event was for.
The NY Times Presents A Programming Thought Guide:
"Alt-Right, Alt-Left, Antifa: A Glossary of Extremist Language"
By LIAM STACKAUG. 15, 2017
"President Trump angrily denounced the so-called alt-left at a news conference on Tuesday, claiming that the group attacked followers of the so-called alt-right at a white supremacist rally that exploded into deadly violence in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday. “What about the ‘alt-left’ that came charging at the, as you say, the ‘alt-right’? Do they have any semblance of guilt?” he asked. There was “blame on both sides,” he said. “I have no doubt about it.” Both phrases are part of a broad lexicon of far-right terminology that has become important to understanding American politics during the Trump administration. Many of these terms have their roots in movements that are racist, anti-Semitic and sexist. Here is a brief guide to the meaning of those expressions and others used by white supremacists and far-right extremists.
Alt-Right The “alt-right” is a racist, far-right movement based on an ideology of white nationalism and anti-Semitism. Many news organizations do not use the term, preferring terms like “white nationalism” and “far right.”
Powers & Principalities Episode 14 source: thkelly67
Discredit By Association
Trumping A "Birther" Truth
"(CNN) Donald Trump's political career was birthed of a conspiracy theory: The much-debunked idea that Barack Obama was not born in the United States. Trump, beginning around 2011, seized on the issue -- which had been percolating in the fever swamps on the far right since Obama won -- and used it to cast himself as the lone voice among conservatives willing to stand up to Obama (and political correctness). That the whole thing was, wait for it, a totally false conspiracy theory was beside the point for Trump. It proved useful to him, so he used it."
"WHO IS ALEX JONES? HIS TOP FIVE CONSPIRACY THEORIES AHEAD OF NBC’S MEGYN KELLY INTERVIEW"
BY AIDAN QUIGLEY ON 6/16/17 AT 12:53 PM
"Here are five of his Jones’s prominent conspiracy theories."
"1. New World Order Most of Jones’s other conspiracy theories revolve around this one, which argues the world’s elites are planning on “exterminating” 80 percent of the world’s population “to live forever with the aid of advanced technology.” Jones made a documentary exploring this theory, which proposes “globalists” are planning on using eugenics to eliminate a large portion of the population. On his radio show, Jones often rails against these “globalists.”
2. 9/11 Was an “Inside Job”Jones has described himself as “one of the very first founding fathers of the 9/11 truth movement.” He made a film titled Martial Law 9-11: The Rise of the Police State, in which he called 9/11 an “inside job” orchestrated by “globalists” in the U.S. government who were trying to enslave the world. He has also appeared at a 9/11 truther conference where he called 9/11 a “hoax” and a “fraud.”
3. Major Shootings, Bombings Were “False Flag” Operations Along with 9/11, Jones has accused many other major shootings and bombings of being faked by the government to promote the interests of globalists. Jones sees “false flag” operations orchestrated by elites in many events, including the Oklahoma City and Boston Marathon bombings. He also questioned the mass shootings in Aurora, Colorado; Columbine, Colorado; Tucson, Arizona; San Bernardino, California; Orlando, Florida; and Newtown, Connecticut. Listeners of Jones who believe these theories have harassed family members of victims in the years following the shootings.
4. Obama Is “Global Head” of Al-Qaeda Jones was one of many right-wingers to target President Barack Obama aggressively following his election in 2008. Jones called Obama “the global head of Al-Qaeda,” accusing him of funding and arming the terrorist organization to achieve his own political goals. He also called Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton literal “demons.”
5. Government Creates Homosexuality Jones has said the government is using juice boxes to make children gay to slow and eventually reverse the growth of the population. In one of his most popular videos (often used to mock Jones online), the radio host proclaims that chemicals in the water are “turning the freaking frogs gay.” "
source: Newsweek Who Is Alex Jones? His Top Five Conspiracy Theories Ahead of ...
Alex Jones: Just Part of The Discrediting Show, Folks!
"Last December, amid the jumbled Republican presidential nomination scrum, Donald Trump carved out a half an hour for a live video interview with a volcanic Austin radio and web-streaming host who broadcasts from a semi-secret location dubbed “The Central Texas Command Center and the Heart of the Resistance. Alex Jones, America’s foremost purveyor of outlandish conspiracy theories, was in a buoyant mood that day. He’d had Matt Drudge, the influential conservative news aggregator, on recently. But this was much bigger. Trump wasted no time signaling that his mind-set aligned with the host’s. Trump said he wouldn’t apologize for asserting that large numbers of Muslims in New Jersey celebrated the collapse of the twin towers in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, a claim that fact-checkers have repeatedly refuted."
source:Washington Post How Alex Jones, conspiracy theorist extraordinaire, got Donald ...
"2,000 children who go missing every day are being shipped to Mars"
"(CNN) Why are people talking about collusion, impeachment, obstruction of justice and treason when it is crystal clear that Donald Trump Jr. was simply fulfilling his patriotic duty to catch Russian spies? At least that's the explanation Alex Jones, a right-wing radio broadcaster, was peddling on his show this past Wednesday. He argued that Trump Jr. should be praised, not ridiculed, for trying to protect America from hostile foreign intelligence. Jones is notably the same broadcaster who last month interviewed Robert David Steele, a man who claimed that the 2,000 children who go missing every day are being shipped to Mars to be used as sex slaves. It's easy to dismiss Jones' show and his cohorts as far-right conspiracy theorists, but his blog, Infowars.com, has over 3 million American viewers every month and his radio show, which is syndicated on more than 60 stations, is reported to have anywhere between 2 million and 5 million listeners daily. Most importantly, his show also has the backing of President Donald Trump, who has argued Jones has an amazing reputation and deserves a Pulitzer."
Occulted Super Top Secret Jews Run The Show, Don't You Know?
Please ignore the actual paperwork trail that leads to the British Empire's Queen Door. Confuse peerage with manufactured religion and presto change, oh, my, you can create even more kinds of social division. Letting the mainstream media press define your identity for you is probably for the best after all your brain needs a nice long rest. Nothing like playing right into the mainstream media's obvious narrative. I'd recommend not self identifying as anything. This particular scapegoat is a cliched old tired, divide and conquer, joke. Some so-called researchers seem to think claiming everyone is secretly a jew means something special. This is like claiming everyone is descended from Mets fans. Who cares? It means nothing. Why get upset over socially contrived "vanishing" cultural identities and other artificial constructs like religions and statues? It's all fake. Seems to me these kinds of fallacious appeals to identity role plays are exactly what the mainstream media noise is designed to promote. We are supposed to pick "our" side against the other across a highly artificial and contrived, imagined. social divide line. Never mind that this kind of "us" or "we" is nothing but empty rhetoric. Looking for top secretly hidden jews plays right into the mainstream media narrative and allows them to define your identity for you. The best part even some self identifying christians illogically seem enamored with playing some kind of whack a jew conspiracy game. This is really odd as culturally these people are half Jewish anyway. Their savior and his mommy were jews and so were the apostles. None of this makes sense, but it's not supposed to, it is meant to appeal to raw emotion and it is meant to elicit programmed response.
Please take special note of what seems to be a very emotional and contrived performance designed to get the audience sucked further into childish narrative.
"Trump Dislikes Jews" CNN Idiot Embarrassed by Trump Supporter Live on CNN source: Libertatem
Divide & Conquer with Identity Politics Defined:
"Globalism Globalism is sometimes used as a synonym for globalization, the network of economic interconnection that became the dominant international system after the Cold War. The word has become more commonly used since Mr. Trump railed against globalism frequently on the campaign trail. For the far right, globalism has long had distinct xenophobic, anti-immigrant and anti-Semitic overtones. It refers to a conspiratorial worldview: a cabal that likes open borders, diversity and weak nation states, and that dislikes white people, Christianity and the traditional culture of their own country.
White Genocide White genocide is a white nationalist belief that white people, as a race, are endangered and face extinction as a result of nonwhite immigration and marriage between the races, a process being manipulated by Jews, according to Mr. Lenz. It is the underlying concept behind far-right, anti-immigration arguments, especially those aimed at immigrants who are not white Christians. The concept was popularized by Bob Whitaker, a former economics professor and Reagan appointee to the Office of Personnel Management, who wrote a 221-word “mantra” on the subject that ended with the rallying cry: “Anti-racist is code word for anti-white.” Mr. Pitcavage said the concept of white genocide was often communicated online through a white supremacist saying called the Fourteen Words: “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.” The saying was created by David Lane, a white supremacist sentenced to 190 years in prison in connection with the 1984 murder of the Jewish radio host Alan Berg."
Alt Right & Other Social Role Playing Identities Defined By The Times:
"The movement’s self-professed goal is the creation of a white state and the destruction of “leftism,” which it calls “an ideology of death.” Richard B. Spencer, a leader in the movement, has described the movement as “identity politics for white people.” It is also anti-immigrant, anti-feminist and opposed to homosexuality and gay and transgender rights. It is highly decentralized but has a wide online presence, where its ideology is spread via racist or sexist memes with a satirical edge. It believes that higher education is “only appropriate for a cognitive elite” and that most citizens should be educated in trade schools or apprenticeships."
Alt-Left Researchers who study extremist groups in the United States say there is no such thing as the “alt-left.” Mark Pitcavage, an analyst at the Anti-Defamation League, said the word had been made up to create a false equivalence between the far right and “anything vaguely left-seeming that they didn’t like.”Some centrist liberals have taken to using this term.“It did not arise organically, and it refers to no actual group or movement or network,” Mr. Pitcavage said in an email. “It’s just a made-up epithet, similar to certain people calling any news they don’t like ‘fake news.’” On Tuesday, Mr. Trump said the “alt-left” was partly to blame for the Charlottesville violence, during which a counterprotester, Heather D. Heyer, was killed.
Alt-Light The “alt-light” comprises members of the far right who once fell under the “alt-right” umbrella but have since split from the group because, by and large, racism and anti-Semitism are not central to its far-right nationalist views, according to Ryan Lenz, the editor of Hatewatch, a publication of the Southern Poverty Law Center. Members of the alt-right mocked these dissidents as “the alt-light.” “The alt-light is the alt-right without the racist overtones, but it is hard to differentiate it sometimes because you’re looking at people who sometimes dance between both camps,” he said. The two groups often feud online over “the Jewish Question,” or whether Jews profit by secretly manipulating the government and the news media.
Antifa “Antifa” is a contraction of the word “anti-fascist.” It was coined in Germany in the 1960s and 1970s by a network of groups that spread across Europe to confront right-wing extremists, according to Mr. Pitcavage. A similar movement was seen in the 1980s in the United States and has re-emerged recently as the “alt-right” has risen to prominence. For some so-called antifa members, the goal is to physically confront white supremacists. “If they can get at them, to assault them and engage in street fighting,” Mr. Pitcavage said. Mr. Lenz, at the Southern Poverty Law Center, called the group “an old left-wing extremist movement.”
Members of the “alt-right” broadly portray protesters who oppose them as “antifa,” or the “alt-left,” and say they bear some responsibility for any violence that ensues — a claim made by Mr. Trump on Tuesday. But analysts said comparing antifa with neo-Nazi or white supremacist protesters was a false equivalence.
Cuck “Cuck” is an insult used by the “alt-right” to attack the masculinity of an opponent, originally other conservatives, whom the movement deemed insufficiently committed to racism and anti-Semitism. It is short for “cuckold,” a word dating back to the Middle Ages that describes a man who knows his wife is sleeping with other men and does not object. Mr. Lenz said the use of the word by the “alt-right” often had racial overtones.
S.J.W. S.J.W. is short for “social justice warrior” and is used by the right as an epithet for someone who advocates liberal causes like feminism, racial justice or gay and transgender rights. It is also sometimes used to imply that a person’s online advocacy of a cause is insincere or done for appearances. It became widely used during “GamerGate,” a controversy that began in 2014 over sexism in video game subcultures. Mr. Lenz, whose organization has specific criteria for which groups it classifies as Nazi organizations, said the right used the phrase “to rhetorically address the fact that the left sometimes calls anyone who disagrees with it Nazis.” He said the alt-right had created the term so its followers had a similar blanket term to deride the left.
Blood and Soil Video taken at the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville on Saturday showed marchers chanting “blood and soil.” The phrase is a 19th-century German nationalist term that connotes a mystical bond between the blood of an ethnic group and the soil of their country. It was used as a Nazi slogan in Germany during the 1930s and 1940s and since then “has been transported to neo-Nazi groups and other white supremacists around the world,” Mr. Pitcavage said. It is one of several Nazi symbols that have been adopted as a slogan by some members of the “alt-right.”
"The alt-right movement has sought over the past two years to rebrand white nationalism, lifting it out of the obscure corners of the website Stormfront and elevating it into the mainstream political discussion. In some ways the effort succeeded. President Trump’s campaign offered white nationalists a political home in the mainstream. They heard Trump’s hardline anti-immigration stances and repeated refusals to disavow racists as a dog whistle. The alt-right itself was media- and internet-savvy and appealed to a younger demographic. Its leaders became household names. Hillary Clinton even gave a speech about the movement. Two incidents over the past year show why the alt-right’s pivot failed. One is the infamous speech given by alt-right leader Richard Spencer at a conference last year, where The Atlantic recorded attendees giving Nazi salutes. The other is what happened in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday, where a white-nationalist “Unite the Right” rally starring several of the alt-right’s leading lights turned violent. At the end of the day, three people had died, and at least 19 more were injured. The photos from Charlottesville show Confederate flags, Nazi insignia, and militia members with guns. David Duke was there. In the end, the alt-right never shed its association with older fascist and white-supremacist ideas and movements, and arguably never really tried."
"Alt-right? Don't be afraid to call them fascists"
By Michael Weiss Updated 9:18 AM ET, Tue August 15, 2017
(CNN)A year before the end of the Second World War, George Orwell wrote an essay inspired by an American poll, which asked for a serviceable definition of "fascism."
The answers, he noted, ranged from "pure democracy" to "pure diabolism." And to this admittedly baggy semantic category, Orwell added the examples of people applying it fatuously to the Boy Scouts, the London Metropolitan Police, the Catholic Church and the British Labour Party, until he finally concluded that "as used, the word 'Fascism' is almost entirely meaningless." The man who wrote "Politics and the English Language" had taken a bullet in the throat from a Francoist solider in Spain and so it was especially shrewd of him to detect, in 1944, that a pointed political term had been worn down into a cliche encompassing everything from a nasty child on the playground to an agent of the Gestapo. His advice was to use it "with a certain amount of circumspection and not, as is usually done, degrade it to the level of a swearword."
source: Alt-right? - CNN.com
Neo-Nazis on SNL
Weekend Update: Cathy Anne on Nazis - SNL source: Saturday Night Live
"Are Jews White?"
"When Stephen Bannon called his website, Breitbart, the “platform for the alt-right” this summer, he was referring to a movement that promotes white nationalism and argues that the strength of the United States is tied to its ethnic European roots. Its members mostly stick to trolling online, but much of what they do isn’t original or new: Their taunts often involve vicious anti-Semitism. They make it clear that Jews are not included in their vision of a perfect, white, ethno-state. On the opposite side of American politics, many progressive groups are preparing to mount a rebellion against Donald Trump. They see solidarity among racial minorities as their goal, and largely blame Trump’s election on racism and white supremacy. Three-quarters of American Jews voted against Trump, and many support this progressive vision. Some members of these groups, though, have singled out particular Jews for their collusion with oppressive power—criticisms which range from inflammatory condemnations of Israel to full-on conspiraciesabout global Jewish media and banking cabals."
source: Are Jews White? - The Atlantic
"This Holocaust Survivor Noticed A Detail In Charlottesville You Might Have Missed"
“You see something like this, you know, it brings back memories and I’m concerned about what could happen in this country.”
"Shock and anger were common feelings for most Americans who followed the recent tragic events in Charlottesville, Virginia. To Jack Rosenthal, the hate-filled imagery was something he never thought he’d see again, at least not in the United States. Rosenthal is one of 10,000 Romanian refugees who came to America after World War II. At 88 years old, he still mourns the loss of seven family members who died in the Auschwitz concentration camp. He was the only one to survive.
He was born and raised in a farming village in northern Romania. “Altogether in my village, there were 26 Jewish families,” Rosenthal told HuffPost. Most of them didn’t survive either. He was 16 when he was taken to the German Nazi concentration camp in occupied Poland. Later, he was transferred to Buchenwald, another camp near Weimar, Germany, where he was forced to work for the Nazis ― the only reason he was kept alive until U.S. military forces began to evacuate the camp’s 28,000 prisoners in 1945. He came to the U.S. hoping to find a new beginning. “After I was liberated, I thought to myself the world has learned what terrible traces hate can bring to humanity,” he said. “And now this gives me a depressing feeling because it’s happening again, and it’s happening now.”
"The Left’s Blind Spot: Anti-Semitism"
"The neo-Nazi violence in Charlottesville highlighted the threat against Jews in Trump's America. Why do progressives struggle to recognize that?"
By Phoebe Maltz Bovy August 17, 2017
"Babe.net describes itself as a website “for girls who don’t give a fuck.” True to form, after the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville they published a piece titled “We’re not going to fuck you, you Nazi losers,” by Dana Schwartz. “If you’re a 20-year-old pretending to be a Nazi, you’re not a bad boy; you’re a racist virgin so humiliated by his own sexual inadequacy and terrified at rejection that you’ll blame your feelings of weakness on some unseen Liberal Agenda,” she wrote. “First and foremost, the neo-Nazi alt-right movement is about racism. Second, it’s about sexual insecurity.” Jezebel’s Kelly Stout did not see the essay as an act of criticism or humor by an established journalist, comedian, and young adult author. Instead, in her own essay (let that sink in), she accused Schwartz of being “a white woman who uses a tragedy to promote her brand” and that she “should be embarrassed.” Stout concludes by arguing that “the Nazis in Virginia weren’t really there to protest white women’s right to be alive. And the violence in Virginia does not cry out for a response from sassy white women who know a thing or two about virgins living in their moms’ basements.” But here’s the catch: Schwartz is a prominent Jewish journalist and an outspoken target of white supremacist harassment. Assuming Stout is aware of the Nazi position on Jewry, and of Schwartz’s identity, it’s ambiguous whether she is arguing that whiteness cancels out Jewishness or whether she hadn’t picked up on Schwartz’s identity beyond “white woman.” It’s certainly true that structural racism in the U.S. does not primarily target Jews, and to focus only on anti-Semitism would be myopic. But it’s a stretch to say that Jews responding in a personal way to a neo-Nazi rally are centering themselves, and it’s untenable in the context of Charlottesville to discuss white Jews simply as white people in need of etiquette instruction from fellow-progressive. While we should defend groups we’re not part of, we are also part of a group currently under attack.
Progressives in America pride themselves on being hyperaware of the persecution of minority groups of all kinds—blacks, women, LGBT people, immigrants—but they have a blind spot. The left first needs to recognize the very real, immediate threat of anti-Semitism in Trump’s America, and to acknowledge anti-Semitism as its own axis of oppression."
"Alliance between pro-Confederates and Nazis"
"The latest alt-right rally over a Confederate statue represents a terrifying resurgence of Nazi rhetoric."
Divide & Conquer America
GEORGE CARLIN: Divide and Conquer in America source: MisterBarnabusVideos
Got to to keep the false divide alive! Internet Tabloid Headline Style:
"Concentration Camps Expert Says Trump Just Endorsed The Idea Of Them In U.S."
“Historically, when this kind of thing has happened, it’s encouraged other people to take up the same tactics.”
Tales of Hitler and Nazis Will Never Die.
"President Donald Trump’s pardon of former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio amounts to an endorsement of the idea of concentration camps, says a journalist who has reported on the global history of the deadly facilities. Arpaio referred to his own county jail as a “concentration camp.” For over two decades, he operated “Tent City,” where detainees were kept in brutal conditions, including temperatures soaring well above 100 degrees Farenheit. They were also forced to work on chain gangs and to wear pink undergarments as a form of humiliation. Arpaio was convicted in July of criminal contempt for ignoring a court order prohibiting the detention of people based on mere suspicions about their legal status."
Washington Post: Donald Trump is a bigot and a racist - The Washington Post
Rolling Stone: Trump's Long History of Racism - Rolling Stone
New Republic: These Are Donald Trump's Racist Troops | New Republic
"MEET THE CZECH DONALD TRUMP SUPPORTER WHOSE 9/11 VIDEO LIKELY SWAYED THE ELECTION"
"A video from September 11 this year showed Hillary Clinton swaying and stumbling as she entered a vehicle. Zdenek Gazda filmed it."
source: Newsweek Meet the Czech Donald Trump Supporter Whose 9/11 Video Likely ...
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Oh so conventional media wisdom knows the "truth":
"If you believe Taylor Swift is a satanist, Ted Cruz is the Zodiac killer and Hillary Clinton died in September, this was your year"
"The Earth is flat, Trump is a Democrat … and other great conspiracy theories of 2016"
"If 2016 was the year facts didn’t matter, when Oxford Dictionaries declared we went “post-truth”, it makes sense that conspiracy theories flourished. These are some of the most outlandish (and, we feel fairly confident in saying, all untrue)."
"Hillary Clinton is running a child abuse ring from a pizza restaurant • You might want to be sitting down for this one: the Democratic presidential candidate and her campaign chief John Podesta are running a child sex ring from the backroom of the Comet Ping Pong restaurant in Washington."
source: The Guardian: The Earth is flat, Trump is a Democrat … and other great conspiracy ...
Do you see Trump's obvious role in this scripted bit of divisive political theater?
Ours is a Judeo-Christian Greco-Roman Culture
We're all Jews. We are all of the allegorical twelve tribes.
Bruce Springsteen - O Mary Don't You Weep source: BruceSpringsteenVEVO
Does any of this really matter? Ethnicity is as fake as nation states. Religions are just childish comic book based faiths. Cultural artifacts are a con.