"A lie’s true power cannot be accurately measured by the number of people who believe its deception when it is told, it must be measured by the number of people who will go out after hearing it trying to convince others of its truth.” -- Dennis Sharpe
Investigating the Holocaust is fraught with danger — at least that’s the impression your government wants to give. At worst they say they will jail you, and at best they’ll drag your name throught the mud in human rights courts (not criminal as far as I am aware).
The Holocaust is no easy task. It is wrapped in many layers of deception, with the central thesis that Nazis gassed and burned 6 million Jews. No other meme for the last 70 years is more powerful.
Laws were written to enshrine this meme, and also to essentially outlaw critical thinking being applied to it. This is where my interest lies – how can thinking or questioning anything be against the law in a “free” country?
This leads me to vicSims of 9/11 and its children hoaxes like Boston and Sandy Hoax. While no laws exist yet to question these media scams, the psychological barriers out in place like death and blood and gore have the same chilling effect on their discussion.
We cannot investigate because it may offend or insult. By making it official via a government story, it makes it all but illegal to discuss it. It then is allowed to settle into our subconscious, and then be written as fact and taught to future generations. A myth or new religion is born.
Now that we have a way to get together and broadcast our opinions worldwide, without official gatekeepers, let’s use it before we lose it. Finally outspoken skeptics who were few and far between and coordinate and be heard.
This is the only way to bust up the lies without fear or shame. This is the central issue that needs to be overcome if we are to ever escape from the lies that divide and conquer us.
It’s with that hope that I find this interview interesting. I’ll write more as I learn and try and sort out this mother of all psyops.
I’ve always been a big fan of Blatchford. She is a solid writer, tugging on emotions and writing with a very straight up style.
I’d like to think she’s an unaware dupe in this psyop. Still, it’s hard to believe with all her contacts that someone hasn’t told her this is all fakery.
It was a dog’s breakfast of a file – with the singular feature, almost unheard of in a sexual assault complaint, of an independent witness – that led police and prosecutors to conclude they couldn’t charge anyone in the Rehtaeh Parsons case.
With information from sources close to the investigation, Postmedia has learned that much of the accepted gospel about the case – teenager is gang-raped, humiliated by the circulation of a cruel picture of the assault, then abandoned by the justice system and driven to suicide – is incomplete.