I Wonder If Phoney Conservatives Will Put a Jihad on Judy Picoult
People know that they are in deep trouble if an organization or government puts a fatwa on them for what they have written.
The case of the Satanic Verses is. . .complex, although the threat against Rushdie was mindlessly simple. I was on assignment in the Iranian Holy city of Qom during the height of the controversy, and I asked the leaders of several of the religious schools there what they would do if they suddenly encountered Rushdie. Would they actually murder him? “Of course,” the head of one of the schools told me. “It would be my duty.”
Is the recent debacle in the state of New Hampshire over the book “Nineteen Minutes” the latest in a series of events that have been ginned up to tie the conservative movement to terrorist groups, by getting people in the alternative media to drum up support for a cause, coax people to take sides, knowing ahead of time what sides people are likely to take, and then later move in with the main stream media after some event or revelation takes place that allows them to compare those who are outraged by the fact that they are foisting questionable and low quality literary material onto our school children as the American Taliban?
If you are unfamiliar with the story, you can read about it here:
It seems that much is being done lately to psychologically tie the American conservative movement to radical jihadists. Cementing that emotional connection in the minds of the majority is very important to the people who have breached the social contract with the American people and who would like to start imprisoning Americans under the National Defense Authorization Act. Therefore, I think that this possibility may be worth mentioning.
I am suggesting that in the midst of the latest controversy centering about a book that was assigned to 9th graders, the arrest of a father who challenged this during a local school board meeting, and all the hype that is being generated because of this, this event might be used as another way to paint conservative groups and patriots as domestic terrorists, by having paid agents issue threats, engage in violent acts, and generally create an environment where, once again, they paint the political right as dangerous and threatening. This time the goal might be to classify those on the right as book burners and fanatics who threaten other people for what they write, while stating that these people are acting like the Taliban.
This would be done in order to actually clamp down on the speech and rights of conservative groups, after creating a fake controversy that may have been generated to clamp down on their rights in a way that is precisely what they are accusing the targets of such an action of doing. Flipping the script and accusing the opposition of engaging in the very behavior that is targeting them seems to be the modus operandi of the globalists and the left in the Western world.
I hope you’re not a sucker for propaganda. I hope if someone did put the equivalent to a Jihad on an author for what they wrote, it would concern you if it were paid agent making the threats and carrying out the violence, and that you are not the type of person who will not complain simply because the real perpetrators share your ideology and it can be spun to attack your enemies. I hope that you care about the truth and can see through all of the lying propaganda, even if it features such big name actors as Jeff Daniels.
Interestingly enough, I am pretty sure that the questions asked above, and many people’s feelings about such issues, could be why they might be able to use this school assignment and the failure to notify parents of the book’s racy content as a way of stirring up emotions in a particular demographic. Most people out here are getting sick of the lying propaganda, and that is exactly what the book which was assigned to these school children happens to be, only it is directed towards children.
However, what I am proposing is that they may be using this event to stir up those emotions, so that they can activate more of their assets to do or say something that will allow them to propagandize against the people who are sick of living in propaganda La La Land, in such a way as to fit with all of the earlier propaganda efforts that they have spent billions upon, including the movie “The Newsroom,” starring Jeff Daniels. What we are witnessing is the type of demonization that used to be reserved for foreign enemies, now being directed against citizens of this nation.
Furthermore, it should be noted that such groups who would do such things have long been interested in demonizing the homeschooling demographic as part of their war against large segments of the American population.
“[In 2004], the Muskegon Chronicle reported on a Department of Homeland Security sponsored terrorism drill involving the Muskegon Area Intermediate School District and the Muskegon County Emergency Services. A mock attack would occur on a public school bus. The simulated attack would come from a fictitious radical group called “Wackos Against Schools and Education” who believe everyone should be homeschooled.”
You should also be aware that this comes on the heals of the U.S. Supreme Court denying certiorari to hear a case involving a German family that had immigrated to the United States to seek asylum because the German government was coming down upon them for attempting to home school their children, and that the Obama Administration’s lawyers took a particular interest in fighting to deny this family the asylum that they were so desperately seeking, at least until the precedent could be set for later cases.
Clearly, the globalist agenda is to destroy the ability of families to home school their children, and the demonization of such groups would be a critical factor in adopting policies in the United States that more closely mirror those of Germany, where homeschooling has been illegal since Adolf Hitler outlawed it in 1938.
Any form of totalitarianism, including this global version that some people have been trying to move the world towards, is highly dependent upon indoctrination of the younger generations. Therefore, I remain skeptical of events that seem to could be used to further such a demonization agenda, especially when it occurs on the heals of the Cliven Bundy incident out in Nevada, where the Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid, has taken the occasion to start throwing around the domestic terrorist label.
Of course, why not kill two birds with one stone, and deliberately use the Streisand effect to push some of that same kind of propaganda that has made people so receptive and vulnerable to such manipulation, while getting people interested in the piece of garbage that is at the center of this controversy in the process?
The Streisand effect is the phenomenon whereby an attempt to hide, remove, or censor a piece of information has the unintended consequence of publicizing the information more widely, usually facilitated by the Internet.
Either I have become too cynical because of everything that I have witnessed playing out in my lifetime, or the master manipulators pulling the media’s strings actually do think of everything. Hopefully, we will figure out which it is, and people will not get played, once again, in the process.
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