Archive for June, 2014

What can “We the People” … bid?

Sunday, June 22nd, 2014

Fire sale on a used-up planet

Everything’s available at bargain prices

because the world is going out of business

By John Kaminski

I don’t know if there has ever been a time when hope has been in such short supply.

Like a big department store going out of business after many years, the looting of its products has begun. The only thing that matters to most people is the quick score, the short term profit, the gaming of the system in search of serendipitous ill-gotten gain. Even the bargain prices aren’t that important since the world’s financial mechanisms have been revealed as total shams, and you can’t even tell anymore how much money you actually have, since the value of your currency diminishes daily.

In this era of continuous calamities and liars in every position of authority, looting definitely seems to be the order of the day. With every move they make, it is what our leaders teach the people who teach our children.

In order to have any hope, you have to be pretty oblivious to all these negative things that are going on, and pretty stunted in the grey matter department.

People talk about heading for the hills, starting isolated communities with just a few friends, growing their own food, getting off the grid. Few people realize how intimately we are tied into the grid, from the TVs that lure us into la la land to the electric lights that illuminate our reality to the computers by which we depend upon every message that’s important to us.

If you console yourself by thinking you can do without these things, you’re a fool and delusional. Even if you can skin a rabbit and cook it, or tear apart an engine and put it back together, I’d bet a lot that you can’t tell if that rabbit has chronic wasting disease or if that engine needs a sensor that you couldn’t manufacture by yourself in a thousand years.

To think you can hide in the wilderness from the predator drones is definitely the tune of a looney.

Then there are those who think they can run away to Shangri-la, by finding it in Ecuador, Fiji, or Bangkok. Maybe you no longer need contact with the places you grew up, but many refugees are about to find out what it’s like to be a reviled Yankee dog when the American dollar goes the way of the German deutsch mark. Think worldwide Knockout Game.

I have one friend who has gone permanently on the water, and swipes his Internet connection from other people’s Wi-fi at marinas. Another friend commutes to lower South America, where the locals are building him a house while his family remains in America, incredulous at his attempt to start a pistachio farm.

Then there are those who have done the environmental math, who cringe at the shrinking Arctic ice and calculate that our blood will be boiling and all vegetation will be parched to death in a mere few decades. These people get along well with those who point their fingers to the sky, to the bizarre white rivulets of smoke we see every day. They bellow: “These things are not natural” and insist they are the cause of the trees turning brown and people who don’t smoke coughing their heads off as they wander through the grey overcast days in places where it always used to be sunny.

So you flip on the TV and see that the really big disease — the great American lie — is still totally in place. PNAC signatory Jeb Bush and war mongering harridan Hillary Clinton, both complicit in the 9/11 deception, are still the front runners for president, and endless war is still the main event on the menu, no matter how many Americans must starve to death in order to fund our wars and provide proper support to every single illegal alien we have invited to cross our borders.

Isn’t it obvious that the feckless flunkies who have managed to win manipulated elections and claim that they are our leaders are out to destroy the country they are supposed to protect?

Is there anywhere any man (or woman) who can rise up and tell the truth, stop the insane Jewish war machine that threatens to annihilate every happy home on this planet? Can common sense gain any traction in a world that no longer makes any sense at all?

There is perhaps no greater sadness than realizing that your life has been lived for nothing.

Usually people escape into bottles before the vista becomes intolerable. The long gray sadness affects too many people. There comes a point for everyone where you can’t get your body back, you can’t catch the breath you used to have, and you can’t track down those departed friends who made your life the joy it was.

Americans are feeling that way now. Investing has become an inside joke, and community effort has gone the way of the hootenanny. The once great nation has skidded past its own fantasized glory and metastasized into senseless exhibitions of mass murder around the globe and exploitation and malignant neglect at home.

And for what? Control of various commodities? While its own citizens twitch in the alleyways, gasping for breath, foraging for food and unable to get proper medical care unless they’re illegal aliens, the government loads up on hollow point bullets, and still, people pretend not to know what’s going on.

While empty hearted charlatans try to kindle meaningless festivities of so-called patriotism, the whole world can see that America has gone rancid, inflicting severe wounds on itself like 9/11 and Oklahoma City and then claiming it has been attacked by mysterious terrorists, which further intensive examination reveals to be the twisted deceptions of its own intelligence agencies, fabricating massacres that often never happened in order to imprison everyone in the mindlock that benefits only the perverted and privileged few.

The United States has become a nation of cowards. People are afraid to admit it and are afraid to say that their own government, acting like macabre puppets of the Jewish sadists who control the world’s banks, destroyed two skyscrapers in New York in order to foment perpetual wars.

Cowards. Speak up and let the public know so that something can be done.

There is no terror threat that is not generated by the federal government. The U.S., which has long been owned by Israel, now owns Al-Qaida, which it may conveniently use as either a patsy enemy or a friendly hit man to murder those who oppose its criminal manipulations.

Our so called government fabricates all these acts of terror in order to lock us into slavish submission to a curriculum of keep-your-mouth-shut fear in our minds.

Nothing but lies pour from the mouths of media morons who deceive the masses simply to keep their pathetic jobs.

You don’t have to do anything wrong. They can arrest you for any reason. <>

All the terror threats are contrived government capers. <>

The desperate hope in everyone’s mind is for somebody to stand up to the liars and killers and somehow make everything right again. Make them give back the money they have stolen that has turned patriotic families into paupers headed for the cemetery.

And stop the wars they started that killed so many people who didn’t need to die.

Life is cheap and getting cheaper.

Everything’s for sale. You are for sale. And you’re not worth very much.

Soon you’ll be worth nothing, and that will be the price of your life.

The only people who are worth anything are the ones willing to say something, to do something about this tyranny that is strangling us all, killing our children with phony medicines and bogus knowledge. These whistleblowers are the very people the government is busy trying to kill, with staged accidents, false allegations and untimely food poisoning.

We need someone to speak up now. And if it is not you, who will it be?

The cantankerous German philosopher Friedrich Nietszche once said,

“Hope is the worst of all evils, for it prolongs the torment of man.”

Nietzsche was referring to the myth of Pandora’s box, which was given to her by the god Zeus. When Pandora opened the box, every evil in the world flew out — except for hope, which with its expectation that the madness of humanity can be cured, is the cruelest illusion of all.

Who has the ability to correct the suicidal certainty of a world careening in the wrong direction on every level if it is not you? What hope is there for anyone if you are not the one ready, willing and able to furnish it?

What bribe could possibly entice you to participate in their madness when you know it’s going to cost you the lives of your children? Or do you love your trinkets all that much?

As long as we keep teaching that our own lives, and our own profitability, are the only things that matter, we will never be safe from the savagery of our own children.

But the fire sale is on. Get it while you can and savor the feeling of how it burns you.

John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida, constantly trying to figure out why we are destroying ourselves, and pinpointing a corrupt belief system as the engine of our demise. Solely dependent on contributions from readers, please support his work by mail: 6871 Willow Creek Circle #103, North Port FL 34287 USA.


Are “We the People” … responsible ?

Friday, June 13th, 2014

Official website of the author, historian, and U.S. foreign policy critic.

The Anti-Empire Report #128

By William Blum – Published May 9th, 2014

“The Russians are coming … again … and they’re still ten feet tall!”

So, what do we have here? In Libya, in Syria, and elsewhere the United States has been on the same side as the al-Qaeda types. But not in Ukraine. That’s the good news. The bad news is that in Ukraine the United States is on the same side as the neo-Nazi types, who – taking time off from parading around with their swastika-like symbols and calling for the death of Jews, Russians and Communists – on May 2 burned down a trade-union building in Odessa, killing scores of people and sending hundreds to hospital; many of the victims were beaten or shot when they tried to flee the flames and smoke; ambulances were blocked from reaching the wounded. Try and find an American mainstream media entity that has made a serious attempt to capture the horror. (formerly Russia Today) for many stories, images and videos


And how did this latest example of American foreign-policy exceptionalism come to be? One starting point that can be considered is what former Secretary of Defense and CIA Director Robert Gates says in his recently published memoir: “When the Soviet Union was collapsing in late 1991, [Defense Secretary Dick Cheney] wanted to see the dismemberment not only of the Soviet Union and the Russian empire but of Russia itself, so it could never again be a threat to the rest of the world.” That can serve as an early marker for the new cold war while the corpse of the old one was still warm. Soon thereafter, NATO began to surround Russia with military bases, missile sites, and NATO members, while yearning for perhaps the most important part needed to complete the circle – Ukraine.

In February of this year, US State Department officials, undiplomatically, joined anti-government protesters in the capital city of Kiev, handing out encouragement and food, from which emanated the infamous leaked audio tape between the US ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey Pyatt, and the State Department’s Victoria Nuland, former US ambassador to NATO and former State Department spokesperson for Hillary Clinton. Their conversation dealt with who should be running the new Ukraine government after the government of Viktor Yanukovich was overthrown; their most favored for this position being one Arseniy Yatsenuk.

My dear, and recently departed, Washington friend, John Judge, liked to say that if you want to call him a “conspiracy theorist” you have to call others “coincidence theorists”. Thus it was by the most remarkable of coincidences that Arseniy Yatsenuk did indeed become the new prime minister. He could very soon be found in private meetings and public press conferences with the president of the United States and the Secretary-General of NATO, as well as meeting with the soon-to-be new owners of Ukraine, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, preparing to impose their standard financial shock therapy. The current protestors in Ukraine don’t need PHDs in economics to know what this portends. They know about the impoverishment of Greece, Spain, et al. They also despise the new regime for its overthrow of their democratically-elected government, whatever its shortcomings. But the American media obscures these motivations by almost always referring to them simply as “pro-Russian”.

An exception, albeit rather unemphasized, was the April 17 Washington Post which reported from Donetsk that many of the eastern Ukrainians whom the author interviewed said the unrest in their region was driven by fear of “economic hardship” and the IMF austerity plan that will make their lives even harder: “At a most dangerous and delicate time, just as it battles Moscow for hearts and minds across the east, the pro-Western government is set to initiate a shock therapy of economic measures to meet the demands of an emergency bailout from the International Monetary Fund.”

Arseniy Yatsenuk, it should be noted, has something called the Arseniy Yatsenuk Foundation. If you go to the foundation’s website you will see the logos of the foundation’s “partners”. saved version can be found here.

“> Among these partners we find NATO, the National Endowment for Democracy, the US State Department, Chatham House (Royal Institute of International Affairs in the UK), the German Marshall Fund (a think tank founded by the German government in honor of the US Marshall Plan), as well as a couple of international banks. Is any comment needed?

Getting away with supporting al-Qaeda and Nazi types may be giving US officials the idea that they can say or do anything they want in their foreign policy. In a May 2 press conference, President Obama, referring to Ukraine and the NATO Treaty, said: “We’re united in our unwavering Article 5 commitment to the security of our NATO allies”. (Article 5 states: “The Parties agree that an armed attack against one or more of them … shall be considered an attack against them all.”) Did the president forget that Ukraine is not (yet) a member of NATO? And in the same press conference, the president referred to the “duly elected government in Kyiv (Kiev)”, when in fact it had come to power via a coup and then proceeded to establish a new regime in which the vice-premier, minister of defense, minister of agriculture, and minister of environment, all belonged to far-right neo-Nazi parties. Who’s who in Ukraine’s new [semi-fascist] government”, March 11, 2014″>

The pure awfulness of the Ukrainian right-wingers can scarcely be exaggerated. In early March, the leader of Pravy Sektor (Right Sector) called upon his comrades, the infamous Chechnyan terrorists, to carry out further terrorist actions in Russia.

There may be one important difference between the old Cold War and the new one. The American people, as well as the world, can not be as easily brainwashed as they were during the earlier period.

Over the course of a decade, in doing the research for my first books and articles on US foreign policy, one of the oddities to me of the Cold War was how often the Soviet Union seemed to know what the United States was really up to, even if the American people didn’t. Every once in a while in the 1950s to 70s a careful reader would notice a two- or three-inch story in the New York Times on the bottom of some distant inside page, reporting that Pravda or Izvestia had claimed that a recent coup or political assassination in Africa or Asia or Latin America had been the work of the CIA; the Times might add that a US State Department official had labeled the story as “absurd”. And that was that; no further details were provided; and none were needed, for how many American readers gave it a second thought? It was just more commie propaganda. Who did they think they were fooling? This ignorance/complicity on the part of the mainstream media allowed the United States to get away with all manner of international crimes and mischief.

It was only in the 1980s when I began to do the serious research that resulted in my first book, which later became Killing Hope, that I was able to fill in the details and realize that the United States had indeed masterminded that particular coup or assassination, and many other coups and assassinations, not to mention countless bombings, chemical and biological warfare, perversion of elections, drug dealings, kidnapings, and much more that had not appeared in the American mainstream media or schoolbooks. (And a significant portion of which was apparently unknown to the Soviets as well.)

But there have been countless revelations about US crimes in the past two decades. Many Americans and much of the rest of the planet have become educated. They’re much more skeptical of American proclamations and the fawning media.

President Obama recently declared: “The strong condemnation that it’s received from around the world indicates the degree to which Russia is on the wrong side of history on this.” Marvelous … coming from the man who partners with jihadists and Nazis and has waged war against seven nations. In the past half century is there any country whose foreign policy has received more bitter condemnation than the United States? If the United States is not on the wrong side of history, it may be only in the history books published by the United States.

Barack Obama, like virtually all Americans, likely believes that the Soviet Union, with perhaps the sole exception of the Second World War, was consistently on the wrong side of history in its foreign policy as well as at home. Yet, in a survey conducted by an independent Russian polling center this past January, and reported in the Washington Post in April, 86 percent of respondents older than 55 expressed regret for the Soviet Union’s collapse; 37 percent of those aged 25 to 39 did so. (Similar poll results have been reported regularly since the demise of the Soviet Union. This is from USA Today in 1999: “When the Berlin Wall crumbled, East Germans imagined a life of freedom where consumer goods were abundant and hardships would fade. Ten years later, a remarkable 51% say they were happier with communism.”)

Or as the new Russian proverb put it: “Everything the Communists said about Communism was a lie, but everything they said about capitalism turned out to be the truth.”

A week before the above Post report in April the newspaper printed an article about happiness around the world, which contains the following charming lines: “Worldwide polls show that life seems better to older people – except in Russia.” … “Essentially, life under President Vladimir Putin is one continuous downward spiral into despair.” … “What’s going on in Russia is deep unhappiness.” … “In Russia, the only thing to look forward to is death’s sweet embrace.” online here“>

No, I don’t think it was meant to be any kind of satire. It appears to be a scientific study, complete with graphs, but it reads like something straight out of the 1950s.

The views Americans hold of themselves and other societies are not necessarily more distorted than the views found amongst people elsewhere in the world, but the Americans’ distortion can lead to much more harm. Most Americans and members of Congress have convinced themselves that the US/NATO encirclement of Russia is benign – we are, after all, the Good Guys – and they don’t understand why Russia can’t see this.

The first Cold War, from Washington’s point of view, was often designated as one of “containment”, referring to the US policy of preventing the spread of communism around the world, trying to block the very idea of communism or socialism. There’s still some leftover from that – see Venezuela and Cuba, for example – but the new Cold War can be seen more in terms of a military strategy. Washington thinks in terms of who could pose a barrier to the ever-expanding empire adding to its bases and other military necessities.

Whatever the rationale, it’s imperative that the United States suppress any lingering desire to bring Ukraine (and Georgia) into the NATO alliance. Nothing is more likely to bring large numbers of Russian boots onto the Ukrainian ground than the idea that Washington wants to have NATO troops right on the Russian border and in spitting distance of the country’s historic Black Sea naval base in Crimea.

The myth of Soviet expansionism

One still comes across references in the mainstream media to Russian “expansionism” and “the Soviet empire”, in addition to that old favorite “the evil empire”. These terms stem largely from erstwhile Soviet control of Eastern European states. But was the creation of these satellites following World War II an act of imperialism or expansionism? Or did the decisive impetus lie elsewhere?

Within the space of less than 25 years, Western powers had invaded Russia three times – the two world wars and the “Intervention” of 1918-20 – inflicting some 40 million casualties in the two wars alone. To carry out these invasions, the West had used Eastern Europe as a highway. Should it be any cause for wonder that after World War II the Soviets wanted to close this highway down? In almost any other context, Americans would have no problem in seeing this as an act of self defense. But in the context of the Cold War such thinking could not find a home in mainstream discourse.

The Baltic states of the Soviet Union – Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania – were not part of the highway and were frequently in the news because of their demands for more autonomy from Moscow, a story “natural” for the American media. These articles invariably reminded the reader that the “once independent” Baltic states were invaded in 1939 by the Soviet Union, incorporated as republics of the USSR, and had been “occupied” ever since. Another case of brutal Russian imperialism. Period. History etched in stone.

The three countries, it happens, were part of the Russian empire from 1721 up to the Russian Revolution of 1917, in the midst of World War I. When the war ended in November 1918, and the Germans had been defeated, the victorious Allied nations (US, Great Britain, France, et al.) permitted/encouraged the German forces to remain in the Baltics for a full year to crush the spread of Bolshevism there; this, with ample military assistance from the Allied nations. In each of the three republics, the Germans installed collaborators in power who declared their independence from the new Bolshevik state which, by this time, was so devastated by the World War, the revolution, and the civil war prolonged by the Allies’ intervention, that it had no choice but to accept the fait accompli. The rest of the fledgling Soviet Union had to be saved.

To at least win some propaganda points from this unfortunate state of affairs, the Soviets announced that they were relinquishing the Baltic republics “voluntarily” in line with their principles of anti-imperialism and self-determination. But it should not be surprising that the Soviets continued to regard the Baltics as a rightful part of their nation or that they waited until they were powerful enough to reclaim the territory.

Then we had Afghanistan. Surely this was an imperialist grab. But the Soviet Union had lived next door to Afghanistan for more than 60 years without gobbling it up. And when the Russians invaded in 1979, the key motivation was the United States involvement in a movement, largely Islamic, to topple the Afghan government, which was friendly to Moscow. The Soviets could not have been expected to tolerate a pro-US, anti-communist government on its border any more than the United States could have been expected to tolerate a pro-Soviet, communist government in Mexico.

Moreover, if the rebel movement took power it likely would have set up a fundamentalist Islamic government, which would have been in a position to proselytize the numerous Muslims in the Soviet border republics.


  1. See (formerly Russia Today) for many stories, images and videos
  2. Robert Gates, Duty (2014), p.97
  3. If this site has gone missing again, a saved version can be found here.
  4. Voice of Russia radio station, Moscow, April 18, 2014; also see Answer Coalition, “Who’s who in Ukraine’s new [semi-fascist] government”, March 11, 2014
  5., news report March 5, 2014
  6. CBS News, March 3, 2014
  7. Washington Post, April 11, 2014
  8. USA Today (Virginia), Oct. 11, 1999, page 1
  9. Washington Post print edition, April 2, 2014; online here

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“Seek the truth and . . .”

Saturday, June 7th, 2014

June 2, 2014

The War Against

Ourselves . . .

Is Disbelief

Any More

Of A Lie …

Than Belief ?

What keeps you from

speaking the truth clearly?

By John Kaminski

WITHOUT religion, we remain in a war against ourselves, dissecting reality with a ruthless scalpel, disparaging hope, ridiculing love and insisting we can handle the burden of life and death all by ourselves, Titleforever dissing the reassuring comfort of a true belief as delusional, manipulative thought control.

WITH religion, we trade truth for comfort, and can be certain of our every action, without bothering to wonder if it’s right or wrong. This allows us to have no second thoughts about the people we put in the ground for righteous reasons that also happen to be profitable. True believers never have to peek around the corner at that shadow of hypocrisy that our religious leaders tell us is just the cost of doing business within the sacred realm.

So which one is the real lie? Or are they both the truth? And will we ever get past the bloody dance of death that both produce?

Could humanity’s true task of evolution be a third way, in which the smug sadism of holy power and the frustrating discomfort of empirical investigation are transcended and melded in some way into a broader understanding that actually nurtures life, rather than the way it is now — the reckless, thoughtless consumption and eradication of living things whose purpose we have never bothered to comprehend?

On one side of the coin, you are so convinced you are going to heaven that you can kill all those people who get in your way, those unenlightened pagans, without a second thought. The inculcated fantasy of eternal life allows our hallowed leaders to underpin the systems that run the world with rarely talked about rituals of raping children and turning churches into banks, even as the general mass of bowed heads remains oblivious to the secret crimes of these sick gooks.

On the other side of what passes for the world’s epistemological currency are those who believe we can build a better human by discarding all the world’s mythologies and disregarding all the freighted rituals we have come to know as our personalities, except that virtually everyone who proposes such sweeping changes is a Jew double talker more interested in taking control of people’s wallets rather than helping them live more comfortably.

The third side that generally takes control once the political wheels of war get rolling are those unfortunates who are just in it for the money, and will kill anyone they’re told to if the price is right. There are so many truly poor people in the world that there is never a shortage of these kinds of troops, so that those with the cash have no trouble keeping the wars going forever.

This is precisely the swamp in which the world’s superstitious humans are now mired. Both theories claim to offer a path to an existential ecstasy, yet the evidence of centuries shows each philosophy is a direct route to hell on Earth. It’s either the Roman Empire or the Soviet Union, and both roads portend senseless drivel and mass death.

Rule 1 of human existence. We are only the sum of people we have met in this lifetime. What we have learned from them becomes who we are. Why is it, then, that in making our choices we gather only what we need for ourselves? Is it because we die alone? Is it because we have forgotten that we have been shaped by others? As we abandon everyone else in the hour of our demise, whether this has been for our own good is the toughest question we will ever have to answer.

We don’t make things up of our own accord. Ideas are presented to us that shape our lives, and we either accept them and incorporate them into our way of living, or throw them into the trash along with all the other things we find too preposterous to believe. Sometimes when you least expect it, the seeds of trust you have cast to the wind are returned to you on a mysterious breeze of gratitude that keeps you believing in some kind of cosmic order, as this story from a grateful reader recently did to me.

But whether they will stop the annihilation of life on Earth is entirely up to you to decide.

The scales of fear and trust

George Orwell attended a literary meeting in 1946 that focused on the 300th anniversary of an obscure John Milton essay about freedom of the press. Orwell remarked dryly that none of the featured speakers dared mention books that had been banned during the war. (WW II ended in 1946.) Ironic hypocrisy is all too common as people often pretend to talk about something that they never really address.

The freedom to write what you want — otherwise known as intellectual liberty — is under attack from two wings, Orwell explained.

The status quo controlled by the very rich is the obvious enemy, but the people who could benefit from the truth yet simply don’t care about it are the real reason that the world is in a shambles and not about to be straightened out any time soon, he concluded.

I thought of all these things during the recent interview with Edward Snowden by NBC anchorman Brian Williams, during which Snowden insisted plenty of evidence existed for the U.S. government to have thwarted the 9/11 attacks — WHICH completely blew Snowden’s credibility higher than a Fukushima rooftop since the 9/11 hijacker story was a total fraud meant to cover up the demolition of the Twin Towers by neocon power brokers, and this watershed event was certainly not accomplished by fake Muslim amateur pilots.

This means for certain that Snowden, darling of much of the world for his apparent heroics, is an actor in a larger script that seeks to reinforce a version of history that is not quite accurate, and being presented through Greenwald and his accomplices as something the movers and shakers want everyone to know but is not quite the whole truth.

Given his derogatory remarks about Nazis, it’s difficult at this late date to tell how much Orwell (a.k.a. Eric Blair) knew about the real world, despite the realistic predictions he put forth in his magnum opus “1984”, many of which have come to pass in the real world. It seems certain, however, that Orwell did not have a specific idea that the world wars and the creepy society he predicted that has come to pass would be generated from the nightmare prescriptions of the Talmud, and a worldwide network of social saboteurs better known as the Jewish community.

Or perhaps he just didn’t dare to speak of these things openly, which is a problem that has beset the world for many centuries.

What Orwell did get right in this essay is that writers who embrace totalitarianism in any form automatically forfeit their access to legitimate literary integrity, or even basic accuracy. Orwell put it more bluntly:

Any writer sympathetic to a political cause does have to acquiesce

in the deliberate falsification of important issues.

It makes me think of the New York Times reporter, Walter Duranty, who won a Pulitzer Prize for never mentioning that 9 million Ukrainians were starved to death by the insane Jews who ran the Soviet Union in the 1930s.

Orwell was talking about Communists, but you know the drill today. You can’t get published anywhere in the mainstream unless you’re willing to sign on to the Muslim 9/11 lie. Practically every writer you read today, in any venue, has forfeited his own integrity, simply by espousing one political creed or another. This would also be true of religious writers, as religions are a form of totalitarianism. As Orwell writes,

Totalitarianism demands, in fact, the continuous alteration of the past,

and in the long run probably demands a disbelief

in the very existence of objective truth.

Which is why today, you not only don’t get the truth about current events from anybody in the mainstream as well as most of those in the alternative media, but you don’t get the real history, either, as the fabricated narratives about the phony wars, 9/11, the world wars, and why America does what it does are all skewed by those communicating within the polluted mainstream narrative of reality.

Orwell elaborated upon the impact of this:

Even a single taboo can have an all-round crippling effect upon the mind,

because there is always the danger that any thought

which is freely followed up may lead to the forbidden thought.

It follows that the atmosphere of totalitarianism is deadly to any kind of prose writer,

though a poet, at any rate a lyric poet, might possibly find it breathable.

And in any totalitarian society that survives for more than a couple of generations,

it is probable that prose literature, of the kind that has existed

during the past four hundred years, must actually come to an end.

Which is how Snowden has got himself caught himself up in that lie of political correctness about 9/11. Trying to impact the mainstream with its false narrative revealed he is a part of that falsehood.

Despite not possessing the complete picture, Orwell managed to transcend the false narrative. He observed:

Political writing in our time consists almost entirely of prefabricated phrases bolted together like the pieces of a child’s Meccano set. It is the unavoidable result of self-censorship.

(A Meccano set is what the English call an erector set, a child’s construction toy.)

To write in plain, vigorous language one has to think fearlessly, and if one thinks fearlessly one cannot be politically orthodox.

(Which is why I insist that only one force runs the whole world — the U.S., Russia, China, India, Britain and Germany are all run by the same Jewish power structure. The wars are only confabulated fantasies, contrived passion plays with real actors, designed to make money from the sale of weapons.) Orwell also wrote:

Totalitarianism, however, does not so much promise an age of faith as an age of schizophrenia. A society becomes totalitarian when its structure becomes flagrantly artificial: that is, when its ruling class has lost its function but succeeds in clinging to power by force or fraud. Such a society, no matter how long it persists, can never afford to become either tolerant or intellectually stable. It can never permit either the truthful recording of facts or the emotional sincerity that literary creation demands.

(And that’s the history we have today — phony New York Times dictating reality to puppets of Jewish bankers while the rest of the social climbing world hangs on their every word, even as their lives are destroyed.)

When one sees highly educated men looking on indifferently at oppression and persecution, one wonders which to despise more, their cynicism or their shortsightedness.

My favorite line from this Orwell essay is “Imagination will not not breed in captivity.”

Which is why you have the lame 9/11 narrative that never made any sense in the minds of people who can actually think. And you have to wonder how pathetic the American thought process has become when consensus reality has managed to install so many lies into the fictional narrative of American history of the 21st century.

What we do know for certain is that an outside force has taken control of our societies, of our lives, lathered up our brains with addictions that shorten our lifespans and sicken our hearts, because we have lost the belief — or had it ripped from our hands — that life is a delight, both a pleasure and a privilege. Instead it has been turned into an unbearable ordeal of fear and betrayal by those shadowy figures whose nasty perversions control us through compulsions and prejudices, and wring all the joy out of life for the vast majority of people in the world.

It would be a fairly simple matter to suddenly wake up and realize we have been deceived by falsehoods, entrained by addictions, polluted by poisons, and chained to our prejudices that serve no purpose except for the money that is wrung out of them that fatten only the very rich as they leave the rest of the world dying of a thirst for common sense and the compassion that our parents taught us. That’s why the Jews are trying to eliminate the family, because the family is the only group we can be sure actually loves us.

Whether you believe or not is something you can argue about tomorrow as long as your family sticks together, but once it comes apart, the argument is over, and your world will never be the same.

for Matthew Nichols

John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida, constantly trying to figure out why we are destroying ourselves, and pinpointing a corrupt belief system as the engine of our demise. Solely dependent on contributions from readers, please support his work by mail: 6871 Willow Creek Circle #103, North Port FL 34287 USA.