EDITORIAL
Directed History? Hey, We Told You So
By Anthony Wile - December 05, 2015

The news is catching up to us. The Daily Bell was founded on the idea that Western culture was invaded by elite memes that shaped public opinion. Today that doesn't seem so radical but even a decade ago when The Daily Bell's approach was being formulated, most of the alternative media was apt to comment on the effects of such memes rather than on their production.

But we've always focused on the theoretical aspects of elite misinformation because from our point of view this was a fundamental issue of modern times. And now comes Dr. Udo Ulfkotte "a top German journalist and editor" to post a video that is beginning to function like a modern version of the famous missive "J'accuse!"

"I accuse!" was a letter written by writer Émile Zola and published on January 13, 1898 in the newspaper L'Aurore. It was addressed to French President Félix Faure and stated clearly that the jailing of Alfred Dreyfus was wrong. Dreyfus was then serving a life sentence for supposedly spying on France on behalf of Germany. It was Zola's correct contention that corruption and anti-Semitism was behind Dreyfus's banishment to the infamous penal colony at Devil's Island.

The Dreyfus affair convulsed France for much of a decade and like much else in received history, there is more to the story than what is taught in modern textbooks. One can make the case that the Dreyfus affair was itself part of a larger "Jewish question" with which France was grappling and one that would eventually be answered by the formation of the Jewish state of Israel.

But that is a separate issue and Udo Ulfkotte's confession is compelling all on its own. When I saw his video, I was impressed by his candor as well as his credentials. He has been a top writer in Germany for more than two decades and his confession had for me the unmistakable ring of truth.

Unlike as with the Dreyfus affair, I don't sense any further complexity or ulterior motives, though of course there is always that possibility in this weary world. Out of the video has now come an article written by Ulfkotte entitled "World Class Journalist Spills The Beans & Admits Mainstream Media Is Completely Fake" posted at Collective Evolution and then reposted at LewRockwell.com. Ulfkotte's "confession" has received a good amount of publicity elsewhere in the blogosphere as well.

The article condenses what Ulfkotte said in his RT video and begins as follows:

Dr. Udo Ulfakatte [sic] is a top German journalist and editor and has been for more than two decades, so you can bet he knows a thing or two about mainstream media and what really happens behind the scenes. Recently, Dr. Ulfakatte went on public television stating that he was forced to publish the works of intelligence agents under his own name, also adding that noncompliance with these orders would result in him losing his job. He recently made an appearance on RT news to share these facts:

"I've been a journalist for about 25 years, and I was educated to lie, to betray, and not to tell the truth to the public. But seeing right now within the last months how the German and American media tries to bring war to the people in Europe, to bring war to Russia — this is a point of no return and I'm going to stand up and say it is not right what I have done in the past, to manipulate people, to make propaganda against Russia, and it is not right what my colleagues do and have done in the past because they are bribed to betray the people, not only in Germany, all over Europe."

None of this will surprise regular readers of The Daily Bell because Ulfkotte's confession highlights the obvious difficulties of truth-telling in the 21st century. What Ulfkotte clearly states is that Western news is an artificial concoction that perpetuates necessary foundational elements of what might be described as a global military-industrial complex. We have called this development "directed history" and have suggested that its prevalence has vastly increased in the modern era.

In fact, most people don't understand that the current condition of the world is only about 100 years old. It has come about because of the gargantuan funding that has been made available by the installation of central bank economies.

Monopoly money printing privileges have allowed international elites to erect a matrix of untruths that have now thoroughly penetrated modern institutions in the West and far beyond. Universities, military, religious and government institutions are all compromised from the top down.

Of course, to write about such things is to risk the inevitable reply that such a postulate is nothing more than "conspiracy theory." But leaving aside what seems to be compelling evidence that the "conspiracy theory" construct was specially developed by the CIA, Ulfkotte's self-described confession provides us with a detailed look at how a matrix of deceit can spread around the world and involve millions of actors without much leakage.

In the 20th century as we have reported, the matrix was fully erected and activated. Those who participated had every reason not to talk about their actions for three reasons. First, they would suffer terrible consequences if they made an Ulfkotte-style confession. Second, the larger public was predisposed not to believe them and their credibility would be endlessly attacked. Thirdly, there were few avenues that would support such a confession, as the mainstream media was part of the larger matrix.

But the 21st century is not the 20th. And those who erected the matrix in the 20th century are having a terrible time controlling its details. All that is left to its creators is the control that they have achieved over the world's institutions. But this control was predicated on a secrecy that does not exist anymore.

In France, the government is trying to make "conspiracy theories" illegal. China has just announced new regulations that make criticizing the government subject to criminal penalties. The European Union, as Drudge has reported, wants to ban the use of links as copyright violations – presumably to slow the spread of information inimical to EU bureaucratic interests.

Well … good luck with that. Those behind these actions might as well be "spitting in the wind."

Human beings are curious creatures and there is not a single device or invention that has not been utilized fully and into exhaustion before history moves on to its next phase. Before the current communications technology runs its course, the edifice built on the modern secret conspiracy will be nothing but a smoldering ruin. History shows us this.

Here is another obvious fact we've long advanced: The more that those interested in perpetuating yesterday's secrecy push against the modern trend, the more bad publicity they will receive on the Internet. And the Internet is not by any means fully controllable.

Modern communications technology militates against the secrecy employed by controlling elites. That is yesterday's model. And more importantly, it is the wrong way to operate in society. Much better to present arguments openly, at least generally, and allow a public debate. This is historically how elites have ruled, with a modicum of support from an informed public no matter the paradigm employed (royal, democratic, republican, etc.)

Sooner or later this sort of paradigm will reemerge. The contemptuous secrecy adopted by elites in the past century – supported by torrential tides of central bank money – will be seen even by those who adopted it as a tremendous mistake. I would hypothesize that some level of modesty will finally invade the gaudy meeting places of the rich and powerful – if it has not already happened. Some level of insight will eventually penetrate even the thickest skulls as 21st century realities become more insistent.

Ulfkotte's Zola-esque video marks yet another stage in this larger unraveling. The concept elaborated on in the 20th century was never truly workable. In the 21st those responsible are going to have to take a "step back" as we have long predicted. That won't be a bad thing.

Sooner or later, there will be better days. The trick, of course, is getting from here to there. The current paradigm is not going to die easily, though it certainly deserves a quick death. And that is why we often close our articles and editorial by advising you to "protect yourself." There are simple enough ways to do it.

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  • Good stuff! Important words that can only be found expressed in the independent media these sallow days.
    Hip hip hooray for the Daily Bell & this modern world’s free media!
    Boo sucks to the presstitute Media/Intel/Psyop Complex!

  • robertsgt40

    We are all born into a world of war. What most don’t understand is it’s a spiritual war.

  • Jim Johnson

    Live small or go large. There is no middle way.

  • Barney Biggs

    It is hilarious and sad at the same time reading and watching the western media (US Canada, EU)and it’s handlers demonize Putin on so many fronts. Putin has and probably will do a number of evil things but not that much worse than most of the western nations and what they are doing to their own people here is terrible. Manipulating and mind control through media, so called entertainment (Russians are always bad along with the Chinese and anybody else the politicians don’t like this month).

    The hilarious part is when you compare a particular even or piece of news reported in the Western media to that in the media in the rest of the world, (Times of India, Pravda, Isvestia, and yes even Der Spiegel) you sometimes have to go back and reread to ensure you are looking at the same event.

    I have not seen the video but would be interesting to have a link.

  • ZebBlanchard

    The only real history is the history that you have personally experienced.

  • FauxScienceSlayer

    We live in a false paradigm reality bounded by faux science, fake history, filtered news, financed by a fiat currency and directed by psychopathic, genocidal warlords. But, every epiphany is permanent, and once awakened, the matrix/mosaic loses its mesmerizing power. Humanity must defeat these money changers in the temple, and for now we must do this one PC, one MAC and one brain at a time. We have already reached critical mass on Universal Conscious. Provable FRAUD is most easily exposed in science, where empirical evidence and long established ‘laws’ of natural order have been violated by elitist directed dogma, including Carbon climate forcing, ‘sustainable’ energy, ‘peak’ oil, big bang, vaccine ‘herd immunity’ and most of what we are force fed on food/ drug safety and efficacy. Provable fraud in history is a bit more difficult to expose with certainty, but the preponderance of evidence contradicts the imposed orthodoxy.

    I termed this elitist effort as Multilevel Information Racketeering in my Satire, “New Think Progress and the Ozzard of Wiz”. As a foot soilder in the fight for Universal Freedom, I have researched and written extensively on the wide range of science and history frauds. Please unplug from the Orwellian dogma of the ruling elite. Find and share Truth….it is your duty as an Earthling.

    • natural human

      I have always enjoyed and appreciated your comments, FSS. You are so correct. And thank you, thank you, thank you, Mr. Wile. Thank you for returning and for having the courage to do so in the same form as we knew ye before. We earthlings, or natural humans as I like to say, can defeat this evil by focusing on one simple, natural exercise – exposition of the truth. Contrary to what the lying minions of modern religion and science try to tell you, there is only one truth. To be a Truther is a natural human instinct. Break the chains of fear, my friends, and seek ye the truth.

    • UncleVladdi

      Have you read Mark McCutcheon’s book “The Final Theory (of Everything)”? It’s quite the eye-opener about real science!

  • Danny B

    ALL organisms practice conservation of energy. It is a survival mechanism. Stealing for support and survival is a natural tendency. When a society has a high percentage of institutional theft, we refer to this as “corruption”. It doesn’t matter if the theft is high-level or petty theft. BUT, you can’t bribe a silicon chip. Bribery of accountants and receivers was a sure avenue to ill-gotten gains. Socialism for the poor keeps them from complaining excessively about crony-capitalism,,, socialism for the rich. When mis-allocation of the proceeds of the working man reaches an intolerable level, he quits working. The saturation of computers in accounting makes theft all that much more obvious. We exchange billions of messages daily.

    Corruption is far more difficult to hide. Every camera,, every microphone makes it more difficult to hide actions.

    Congress voted itself immune to prosecution for insider trading. This wouldn’t have been necessary if there wasn’t so much “loose” information about EVERYTHING. The veneer is falling / being ripped away about the criminal mindset of nearly every one in power. In a general sense, everyone in power belongs to a loose, informal group of the criminals cited by lord Acton. The transparency brought about by the universal podium (the net) and the universal, incorruptible god (the computer) is gradually outing the massive corruption. I wrote about this previously at a different forum;

    http://www.energeticforum.com/275954-post750.html
    The “window of legitimacy” for any given criminal action grows ever-shorter. As honesty permeates the universal podium, it is ever-more difficult to continue with corruption. When I was staying in Jerusalem, I would buy an israeli paper and a jordanian paper. The ONLY thing you need is the COMPLETE story to judge the honesty of an action. The media never showed the complete story until the net came along. With the net, the VERY MINOR parties can air out their side. The “whole truth” is deadly to the criminals in charge.

  • Barney Biggs

    What this video does is to verify what most of us already knew but that had never been stated before.
    I really do believe this fellow. I like his reasoning. No kid, several heart attacks and go ahead and do your worst.

    While I know I am dreaming and this will never happen but wish it would go viral and open up the eyes of the sheeple.

  • tom

    It may seem to be picking nits, but I wonder about the accuracy of an article that cannot even get its main subject’s name right. It is Udo Ulfkotte, not Udo Ulfakatte.

    • There seem to be various misspellings of his name. We went with the one in the article as posted at LewRockwell .com. It is the one predominantly used in numerous other articles about him but does seem to be incorrect, so we’ve corrected it. Thanks!

    • Christopher

      It is too easy, and perhaps a normal human critical tendancy in a world of conformity, to discredit content where mechanical mistakes exist in a document. There is no relationship except perhaps sometimes enthusiasm to get to print. My old US Navy ship Executive Officer used to say you can have two typo mistakes (in the typewriter era) and still send a good letter – better to hand-correct if you notice.
      As for the content, as this article points out, the internet is allowing rebuttal to the massive propaganda machines out there which increasingly show their dirty laundry discrepancies. The Age of Aquarious upon us is the information age, replacing the Pycean Age – which was the two faced, say one thing hide-the-button do/mean another age.

  • TG Molitor

    Maybe it’s just me but I feel a need to differentiate between the DB definition of “directed history” – i.e. modern history is directed by a powerful super-elite – and the “government/economic elitist cabal” using its corporate and statutory monopoly to propagandize long-standing economic and political agendas.

    It’s important that we look at events within a context of primaries and derivatives of human nature. For example, efforts to consolidate banking and government, invade bordering countries, build empires, manipulate the price of gold, etc. are the natural derivatives of human nature and ideology.

    I think it’s equally important to grasp the immense power of “abstract ideas” in the formation of human society, especially moral-philosophical ideas.

    There’s a myriad of other factors that are certainly causes of why history turns out the way it does, of which the most important are human nature, ideology, and geography.

    The future is never obvious.

    • Samarami

      Agreed. If you can endure wading through a thousand pages illustrating all the factors, here’s the pdf of Mises’ “Human Action”:

      http://www.cmi-gold-silver.com/pdf/humanaction.pdf

      Sam

      • TG Molitor

        I made that endurance years ago and need to do it again. A brilliant work, absolutely brilliant.

    • UncleVladdi

      Yes. Greedy people are fearful mentally stunted, short-sighted and “jealous” people, inevitably out to destroy everyone else first.

  • Philip

    In early November 2015 there was a massive uprising of Polish patriots in Warsaw about immigration never seen in the MSM’ I learned about it from a family member in England and found it here. http://www.snopes.com/poland-march-refugees/ Philip

    • UncleVladdi

      Yep. Largest rally of any kind for any reason ever held in Poland. You could see it from space, but not a peep from the enemedia.

  • Praetor

    It looks like Orwell was a prophet, and Orwell’s 1984 must be required reading at the CIA. Doublethink, in 1984 the ‘party’ was able to bomb its own people and tell them it was an attack by their enemies. Orwell’s comment on doublethink: Even in using the word doublethink it is necessary to exercise doublethink, for by using the word one admits that one is tampering with reality, by a fresh act of doublethink one erases this knowledge, and so on indefinitely, with the lie always one leap ahead of the truth. The manipulation of language, words, newspeak is the purpose of the ministry of propaganda and its seems there are many Winston’s. The book, movie may have looked dark and foreboding, and our world is still blue skies and colorful, but the time may come when our world looks dark and foreboding, and no more blue skies and color. Truth be told, Orwell was a prophet more than a SYFI author!!!

    • retired22

      When traveling through the ‘land of liars’,you stop to ask directions from an inhabitant of that land.He gives you directions to the city,but also tells you that his directions are lies!

      • Praetor

        That is when you get back in your car and head in the opposite direction. Never follow the herd and never go in the direction someone in uniform telling you to go that way.

    • Blank Reg

      Yep, and I’m sure someone in those control-freak agencies has a battered copy of Heinlein’s “The Moon is a Harsh Mistress” on a shelf, where it is referenced frequently. This is the main reason we don’t have space colonies already.

      • Praetor

        Could be. My son argues there are bases on the moon. He likes to say, they keep shooting rockets out of a weird place called Vandenberg. About that who knows.

    • UncleVladdi

      Doublethink, aka “cognitive dissonance” and even “schizophrenia,” are all synonyms for HYPOCRISY or fraud, aka basic LYING.

      Few people notice that lying is the most basic form of theft: it’s the – at least, attempted – theft of the truth. Since all crimes are forms of theft, lying (“fraud”) is a crime.

      Further, even less people seem to realize that far from the ends justifying the means, in reality, the ‘ends-justify-means’ meme only applies to self-defense, not to criminal extortion, where the means really only ever define the end results – if one lies, murders, and otherwise steals to get ahead, in the end, one is not a great success, but has only defined one’s self as a lying, murdering thief.

  • Dimitri Ledkovsky

    5+ stars. Am I ever glad I ran across the DB some two/three years ago. In addition (dare I say this) to David Icke’s work the DB has opened my sight onto perspectives that were “unimaginable” prior to 2008. And thanks to the Internet.

  • retired22

    John Swinton said all of this 135 years ago in 1880!
    Charles Higham hit upon aspects of all this 35 years ago in his book ‘Trading With the Enemy’
    Smedley Butler spoke out against the war profiteers in his book ‘War is a Racket’ back in 1935.
    And there was also Eric Hoffer & Garet Garrett who were fine thinkers whose works were suppressed by the establishment media! Their clear thought out ideas were suppressed by the media,there was no internet in those days!

    • Our thesis since inception has always been that the Internet is making a difference and that its impact will continue to expand. The authors you mention are still read today.

      • retired22

        Unfortunately most of the public doesn’t know or care about the people I mentioned!
        I believe that one of the causes of this ignorance is the public education system which takes students & indoctrinates them into drones.Drones with minds full of the nonsense pumped into them.Nonsense which is alternate history that is consistent with the needs of The Official Narrative of the establishment elites.People pride themselves in gaining masters degrees & even Doctorates.But these Diplomas are based on the idea that these individuals have learned a great many things,…which they have! The problem is that most of what they have been taught & now know is incorrect lies & distortions.Just as Soviet photos of Stalin were air brushed to remove fallen former associates leaving gaping holes in the picture,so do we in the west live with an air brushed version of reality
        P.S. If the Bell ever puts a ‘Rogues Gallery together,near the top should be John Dewey whose ideas have helped produce a nation full of ignorant fools.

        • Bruce C.

          John Dewey was definitely awful.

          • UncleVladdi

            Dewey was one of the most evil people EVER.

      • The internet is the medium for that which and the few who choose and are able and/or enabled to make a difference, DB. And as a relative few become more than just a many, is the future guaranteed to be nothing at all like the present and its pasts. And man, is it and IT going to be something altogether different ….. http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/12/04/bofh_2015_episode_18/#c_2716300

        And hold on, what’s “ Hold on, this is waiting to be approved by The Daily Bell.” Daily Bell? Is that not a slippery slope which has done for many an enterprise? That was never ever here before, was it? Are there posters causing problems?

  • bionic mosquito

    I must offer sincere thanks to Anthony Wile for exposing me to these concepts; what is mentioned in this editorial (directed history, the liberating power of the internet, etc.) has informed my thinking from my earliest days as a DB reader.

  • Bruce C.

    In my experience, growing up, it was always taken for granted that the government was going to do whatever it wanted regardless of its official reasons. Watching the news was just filler, to at least stay current with pop culture. Whatever the truth was didn’t matter as far as “we” (my family) was concerned because we believed we couldn’t do anything about it. If the US wanted to enter/start a war (Vietnam, Korea, etc.) that was what they were going to do. Period. All “we” could do is get out of the way (e.g., not enter the military, pray we’re not drafted, etc.)

    I could go on, but my point is that “knowing” that the drivel out of Washington or wherever wasn’t “true” was of no practical difference. We reacted the same.

    And it’s the same now. Whether or not Iraq had “weapons of mass destruction” made absolutely no difference: No one I knew was going to go into the military because we all knew that the military itself was a “mine field.” To be under the control of a bunch of politically motivated panty-waisted “generals” would be insane. Ditto for advent of “the homeland security department”. Gimme a break! Another obvious boondoggle for the wimpy. But what could we do?

    I’m not sure it’s much different still. Who in his/her right mind believes in the “climate change” agenda/boondoggle? Who believes that the Obama administration is pro US? Who believes that almost anything that the US government promotes is good for the US? Who believes that the Fed is our friend? Who believes that “Wall Street” reflects their country’s interests or its true financial state?

    I submit that few do. But what can we do?

    I acknowledge and appreciate your (Anthony Wile’s) efforts but I’ll be interested to see how this alleged “new awareness” will manifest because it doesn’t seem new to me or anyone I know. Maybe I overestimate how many people already know this. After all, Obama was elected twice.

    • OK. knowing or not knowing doesn’t make a difference, and yet the truth is hidden diligently …

      • Bruce C.

        That I agree. And actually it does make a difference because it reduces doubt: “Am I being too cynical or paranoid?”

        No. I want you to know that I salute “your” effort (A. Wile’s). This is a great piece and if nothing else you are giving voice to the unspoken. My hope is that I’m actually wrong, that not so many people realize all the BS and that they are starting to question which will make a huge political difference. When an actual journalist admits that he did or didn’t say something because he was bribed or whatever… people will get that.

    • As a young lad I knew about a few things but I did not ‘understand’. I think the reason I did not understand is because (pre-internet) information was limited, insufficient to be able to draw good conclusions of one’s own. There has always been a danger of rushing to conclusions (because they may be false) and, in an environment short of informational resources, the greater danger still is that one is influenced to accept false conclusions by other’s agendas. The environment I was in, in 1970’s and 1980’s Britain, was on one hand Socialism, which I rejected from the outset, and free market Thatcherite style conservatism, which was more logical to my mind. I do not think I was on my own in this limited world view.

      Now it is different. People of today now have a basic choice: they can continue to live in a world viewed through the limited perspective of others or they can learn the freely available facts and draw their own conclusion. If they are able to conduct this process effectively they will, predominantly, arrive at the truth.

      So what is blocking this process? On one hand it is the ‘noise’ of life (too much light entertainment, too much time working, etc) – the busy fools syndrome. On the other hand is the continuous derogation of the education process in schools, the tools of learning have been lost, people do not know how to think for themselves.

      I was an outsider, the son of bohemian artists and well enough educated: in that I was greatly left alone to draw my own conclusions and allowed to be creative. That has, I think, allowed me to be able to take good advantage of the internet revolution. So in conclusion this is the aspect that is lacking for a social transformation to come about: people are not good at this process and are facing opposition to this natural childhood ability remaining undamaged through state control of the whole schooling process.

      So what can we do? We must urgently and continuously strive to free the minds of the people today and coming generations by regaining the lost tools of learning, of education rather than schooling.

    • picomanning

      I quit high school and joined the army when I was 17. I did quite well too. Looking back I can see my mistake and the government’s mistake. 20 20 hindsight.

    • FEEuser

      Bruce, good points. A couple of things.

      First, many, perhaps MOST of the changes coming we cannot see. They take place all around us in a thousand ways and in thousands more locales which we, as individuals, cannot possibly keep track of, let alone analyze. But they are out there, and they are happening. What we can see and analyze at any one time is only a sliver of events and trends, so our information about the world has definite limits. The total meaning and implications of ALL events and trends evades our best attempts to make sense of them since we cannot see or hear them all. Still, they all combine to form the sweeping changes which engulf us all and create a new world quite different from the old one. Perhaps a few visionaries can see the things to come, but the rest of us will have to be content with the limited vision with which we are equipped.

      Second, the Internet has enabled information sharing to such an incredibly extensive and complex degree that any interference with it on the part of government will automatically be seen as a totalitarian measure which cannot in any way be defended in the mind of a reasonable person. That point established, moderating and unpredictable changes WILL, therefore, happen, whether the power elite likes it or not. Consumers will demand these changes and will, more and more, evade measures to thwart them. The power elite is, of course, trying to do just that with “regulation” of the Internet, but this does not seem to be resonating much with the people. After all, even the meme of “fear” becomes tiresome after a while. How much “fear” can they sell to folks and for how long? Isn’t it true that people are getting suspicious of the comical parade of bogey men constantly trotted out by the power elite? Doesn’t this ridiculous charade have a saturation point?

      In sum, as Mises used to say, “all government is public opinion.” In the end, if the power elite cannot control or engineer public opinion, then all is lost to them, and their charades are exercises in futility. Human action is like the swarm of tens of thousands of swallows seen not too long ago over the city of Rome. When attacked by a falcon, it would have seemed that the falcon could easily have picked off one swallow for lunch in such a target rich swarm. After all, the falcon can fly faster than any other bird, 200 mph in a dive! Yet, so incredibly rapid and effective was the amazing natural power of the swallows to move as one body and evade even the swift falcon in invisible waves of spontaneous order, that the falcon failed to bag even one swallow. Astonishing! The elites will put up road blocks, speed bumps, barriers, regulations, and the like. In the end, it will all be futile, the world will change, and human action will have its way.

  • rahrog

    Bravo DB

  • UncleVladdi

    In order to control people, one must first make them doubt that they can manage their own lives, and convince them that they are not only unable to defend them selves, but also that it would be immoral for them to even conceive of ever trying to defend them selves. So after the recent muslim terrorist attacks in Paris, we saw absolutely no demonstrations against muslims or the corporate-owned elites literally hell-bent on importing millions more of them into our countries to destroy our Western civilization.

    As usual, people automatically blamed them selves: “Somewhere along the way, whites in Europe and America have lost their connection to God!” is the common refrain seen all too often on comment threads such as this one.

    But in reality, I think the problem is the exact opposite!

    Parisiens are today busy “celebrating tolerance and diversity” with their inane tweets because that is what the leftist version of Christianity has trained them since birth to do: to “Judge Not – EVER;” to always “Turn The Other Cheek,” and of course to “Oppose Not Evil Men!”

    Christian idolatry has always had more in common with collectivist leftism than with real live individual human rights, because it embraces a distant hope – that of the universal brotherhood of Man in the Kingdom of Heaven afterlife – over present reality.

    It asks the individual to defer his own rights to a distant God – “Vengeance Is The Lord’s” (alone) when in fact revenge is Justice. Basic morality is “Do Not Attack FIRST” while of course counter-attacking in defense of one’s self and innocent others is a natural right, the enforcement of which does not need nor tolerate the deference to an imaginary god!

    Globalist politics has also embraced these very same lies, insisting the individual should always defer to the greater good – of the uber-group idol (of the many individuals) such that no individual has any real right to self-defense; suicidal masochistic “tolerance’ is held up as the greatest moral virtue anyone can possess, and as such – and because of course (they assert) “Since life is too complex for any but our betters,” (the experts in government to whom we have traditionally deferred both our rights and our responsibilities to think for our selves to, paying “our leaders” to do our thinking for us, as) “life is too complex for us to ever really understand cause and effect, so that all facts are really only opinions anyway – there are no real crimes nor criminals since everyone – the poor benighted and mentally-inferior animalistic swarthy jihadis included – is a helpless victim of society, a mere product of their environment, and of course a slave of allah.”

    Our schools, too, ‘teach’ only racist sedition – that the West is always at fault, since we are smarter than they are, obviously everything we have we must have stolen from the oppressed inferior races – and of course therefore also it’s implied corollary, that we must tolerate the diverse (opposite) reactions of our mental and emotional inferiors, lest we confuse and offend them into committing even more crimes against us. To the racist left, the crimes of the nonwhites are always the white mans’ fault and burden to bear.

    So against our right to self-defense is: our main ‘religion,’ our governments, and our education systems – all glorifying the group over the individual human citizen’s rights.

    These traitors are all owned by globalist oil-banksters. By the power of counterfeit, “fiat” currency, the banks are able to own all the other, lesser corporations and their employees: the public.

    And banks want world War III!

    See, they (of course, as usual) use their counterfeit money to back all sides.

    Whomever wins, still owes them. Whoever loses, still owes the winners AND the banks.

    Then they get paid by everyone taking out even more loans to rebuild everything for them.

  • FEEuser

    Of all the pressing issues of our times, “directed history” may be the biggest and most momentous. For what does directed history imply but the truth denied us by those in power? Without accurate information about our world, how can we progress, prosper, or even be truly free at all? Civilization without historical truth makes no sense, and, ultimately, cannot be. A society without historical truth is not historical at all! It is a fantasy world, an artificial creation of psychopathic minds.

    Directed history makes a mockery of civilized society. No human group can call itself truly civilized which deceives itself with such egregious, heinous, outrageous lies. Such a society is sick, cancerous, and terminal. No such society is worthy of the name civilized. On the contrary, it is a pack of wolves ruling over timid, cowering, ignorant little brutes. It is Leviathan, whose jaws spew forth a flood of cold, calculating, soulless, predatory and totalitarian machinations against the human race. No such monstrous society could tolerate veracity for long and remain in power. The rulers of such a perverted society have good reason to hide the facts in a giant, seamless framework of myth and legend supported by an iron hand in a velvet glove.

    I submit that any human society based on such mendacity must, therefore, be not only morally rotten to the core, but logically and practically irrational and unworkable. As historical upheavals demonstrate, such a society carries the seeds of its own destruction, as common sense and truth spring up in the hearts and minds of the people, and hunger and deprivation move them to act as they discover how they have been lied to, fleeced and starved out. That is where we find ourselves now, thanks to the astonishing power of the Internet to force us to see the world as it really is.

    Those intrepid few history writers of yesteryear who did try to break through the barriers of censorship, and failed, are yet being rejuvenated, corroborated, even celebrated. Most of them have not lived to see this joyous progress, but it is coming to pass, nonetheless, and grand new pages of history are being written all the while. We are witnesses to the greatest information revolution in the history of the world, and there is nothing that the power elite can do to stop it or control it.

    Publicly at least, western societies have committed themselves, above all, to truth, goodness, and beauty. That a tiny minority of rich, malevolent characters has succeed in derailing and perverting these ideals does not cancel this sacred commitment of our civilization.

    Now that our eyes are opening to our REAL history, prehistoric, ancient, medieval, and modern, we can realize the extent of its distortions and what must be done to rectify them, and that we now, for the first time in history, have the POWER to rectify them.

    Ludwig von Mises once wrote that “all government is public opinion.” The power elite MUST have the support of that public or they will cease to be viable leaders of civilization and will fade away until they are nothing but a dim memory. Even now, this is already happening. May it continue and anarcho-capitalist societies rise to displace “government.”

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