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Twitter Purge: Our Orwellian Dystopia Is Now Our Present

In a Monday night blog post, Twitter laid out all the latest details of a historic purge that started with the permanent suspension of President Donald Trump.  Isn’t it odd how none of those considerations emerged during the summer when United States cities were literally burning as a result of countless violent protests and frequent riots?

According to a report by ZeroHedge, the Great Purge, which is a big tech censorship campaign rivaled only by that of Nazi Germany’s, has begun.  With the suspension of 70,000 accounts since Friday, the crackdown on dissent and those who know they are being lied to propagandized is here.  The Orwellian dystopia we were all warned about has arrived.

In twitter’s own words: “It’s important to be transparent about all of this work as the US Presidential Inauguration on January 20, 2021, approaches.” In the aftermath of the biggest censorship purge in Twitter history, the company’s stock tumbled. The justification for the mass censorship campaign dubbed “the purge” by ZeroHedge and others is justified if you believe Big Tech:

We’ve been clear that we will take strong enforcement action on behavior that has the potential to lead to offline harm. Given the violent events in Washington, DC, and increased risk of harm, we began permanently suspending thousands of accounts that were primarily dedicated to sharing QAnon content on Friday afternoon.

Already, the American Civil Liberties Union is warning the public that the Big Tech firms are expanding their power.

“Unchecked Power” Warning After Trump’s Permanent Suspension From Social Media

Social media platforms will soon be an echo chamber for authoritarians while those who have been censored move to other sites that allow the free flow of information.

Click here to read Twitter’s entire statement on the censorship of dissenting voices.

This situation will amp up as we approach the inauguration. Things are about to get chaotic as people increasingly become silenced as Big Tech continues to foment division.

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ABC News political director uses ‘cleansing’ to suggest what should happen to President Trump’s ‘movement’ — then tweet vanishes

ABC News’ political director used the word “cleansing” to suggest what should happen to President Donald Trump’s “movement” in a now-deleted tweet posted in the wake of the U.S. Capitol siege.

An image of Rick Klein’s tweet was shared by Omri Ceren, national security adviser to U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas):

“Trump will be an ex-president in 13 days,” the now-deleted tweet stated. “The fact is that getting rid of Trump is the easy part. Cleansing the movement he commands is going to be something else.”

History.com has something to say about the word “cleansing”:

Though “cleansing” campaigns for ethnic or religious reasons have existed throughout history, the rise of extreme nationalist movements during the 20th century led to an unprecedented level of ethnically motivated brutality, including the Turkish massacre of Armenians during World War I; the Nazis’ annihilation of some 6 million European Jews in the Holocaust; and the forced displacement and mass killings carried out in the former Yugoslavia and the African country of Rwanda during the 1990s.

Oh, but there’s more

The text from Klein’s now-deleted tweet also appeared in a Jan. 7 ABC News story he helped write — the same date as the now-deleted tweet. An internet archive version of the story from 11 a.m. indicates the word “cleansing” was used:


Image source: Internet Archive screenshot

But here’s how the ABC News story read Monday — “cleaning up” instead of “cleansing”:


Image source: ABC News screenshot

In addition, there was no indication as of early Monday afternoon that the ABC News story had been updated with “cleaning up” instead of “cleansing” or why the change was made:


Image source: ABC News screenshot

ABC News didn’t immediately respond Monday to TheBlaze’s request for comment on why the word “cleansing” was removed from its story and why there was no indication that it had been updated.

How did folks react?

While a number of commenters on the post with the image of Klein’s now-deleted tweet agreed with the ABC News director, others most definitely did not:

  • “Sounds like a perfectly unbiased comment from a perfectly unbiased media organization…” author and comedian Tim Young quipped. “Nothing to see here… everyone move along.”
  • “Hitler tried to do some cleansing as well, eh Ricky?” one commenter said. “Good thing someone got a screenshot, just so we know what’s here.”
  • “When does he get fired ABC?” another user asked.
  • “Between AOC’s lists and this guy’s cleansing camps we will no longer be able to function as we were before,” another commenter noted.
  • “He used the word cleansing, as in ‘ethnic cleansing,’ as in genocide,” another user declared. “I consider this a death threat!”
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Republican senators fire back after Joe Biden seemingly compares them to infamous Nazi propaganda leader

Two Republican senators are responding after President-elect Joe Biden allegedly compared them to infamous Nazi propaganda leader Joseph Goebbels.

What did Biden say?

Responding to a question from a reporter on Friday, Biden claimed that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) are part of the “big lie.” Both senators led efforts to oppose the certification of Biden’s Electoral College victory, which their critics have claimed make them at least partially culpable for the U.S. Capitol riots.

Biden invoking “the big lie” is a reference to Goebbels, the propaganda minister of Nazi Germany, and his method of repeating a massive lie to manipulate the public into believing the falsehood is true.

“I think they should be just flat beat the next time they run,” Biden said of Cruz and Hawley. “I think the American public has a real good clear look at who they are.”

“They’re part of the big lie, the big lie,” Biden continued. “[Y]ou know Goebbels in the great lie, you keep repeating the lie, repeating the lie.”

Later, Biden added, “The degree to which it becomes corrosive is in direct proportion of the number of people who say it. And so it’s interesting to me and I was pleased to hear some more prominent Republicans say to me that Ted Cruz’s of the world are as responsible in terms of people believing the lies as, not as responsible, but similar responsible like Trump.”

Biden has previously compared President Donald Trump to Goebbels.

“He’s sort of like Goebbels,” Biden said of Trump in September. “You say the lie long enough, keep repeating it, repeating it, repeating it — it becomes common knowledge.”

How did Cruz and Hawley respond?

Hawley called Biden’s remarks “utterly shameful” and “undignified, immature, and intemperate.”

Hawley said in a statement:

President-elect Biden has just compared me and another Republican Senator to Nazis. You read that correctly. Think about that for a moment. Let it sink in. Because I raised questions in the format prescribed by the laws of the United States about the way elections were conducted in the state of Pennsylvania, just as Democrats did about other states in 2001, 2005, and 2017, he is calling me a Nazi. This is undignified, immature, and intemperate behavior from the President-elect. It is utterly shameful. He should act like a dignified adult and retract these sick comments. And every Democrat member of Congress should be asked to disavow these disgusting comments.

Meanwhile, Cruz said that Biden’s comments only serve to further divide America, not promote healing or unity.

“Really sad. At a time of deep national division, President-elect Biden’s choice to call his political opponents literal Nazis does nothing to bring us together or promote healing. This kind of vicious partisan rhetoric only tears our country apart,” Cruz said.

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What If the Christ Child Had Been Born in the American Police State?

This article was originally published by John W. Whitehead at The Rutherford Institute. 

“When the song of the angels is stilled, when the star in the sky is gone, when the kings and princes are home, when the shepherds are back with their flocks, the work of Christmas begins: to find the lost, to heal the broken, to feed the hungry, to release the prisoner, to rebuild the nations, to bring peace among the people, to make music in the heart.” ? Howard Thurman

The Christmas story of a baby born in a manger is a familiar one.

The Roman Empire, a police state in its own right, had ordered that a census be conducted. Joseph and his pregnant wife Mary traveled to the little town of Bethlehem so that they could be counted. There being no room for the couple at any of the inns, they stayed in a stable (a barn), where Mary gave birth to a baby boy, Jesus. Warned that the government planned to kill the baby, Jesus’ family fled with him to Egypt until it was safe to return to their native land.

Yet what if Jesus had been born 2,000 years later?

What if, instead of being born into the Roman police state, Jesus had been born at this moment in time? What kind of reception would Jesus and his family be given? Would we recognize the Christ child’s humanity, let alone his divinity? Would we treat him any differently than he was treated by the Roman Empire? If his family were forced to flee violence in their native country and sought refuge and asylum within our borders, what sanctuary would we offer them?

A singular number of churches across the country have asked those very questions in recent years, and their conclusions were depicted with unnerving accuracy by nativity scenes in which Jesus and his family are separated, segregated and caged in individual chain-link pens, topped by barbed wire fencing.

Those nativity scenes were a pointed attempt to remind the modern world that the narrative about the birth of Jesus is one that speaks on multiple fronts to a world that has allowed the life, teachings, and crucifixion of Jesus to be drowned out by partisan politics, secularism, materialism, and war, all driven by a manipulative shadow government called the Deep State.

The modern-day church has largely shied away from applying Jesus’ teachings to modern problems such as war, poverty, immigration, etc., but thankfully there have been individuals throughout history who ask themselves and the world: what would Jesus do?

What would Jesus—the baby born in Bethlehem who grew into an itinerant preacher and revolutionary activist, who not only died challenging the police state of his day (namely, the Roman Empire) but spent his adult life speaking truth to power, challenging the status quo of his day, and pushing back against the abuses of the Roman Empire—do about the injustices of our modern age?

Dietrich Bonhoeffer asked himself what Jesus would have done about the horrors perpetrated by Hitler and his assassins. The answer: Bonhoeffer was executed by Hitler for attempting to undermine the tyranny at the heart of Nazi Germany.

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn asked himself what Jesus would have done about the soul-destroying gulags and labor camps of the Soviet Union. The answer: Solzhenitsyn found his voice and used it to speak out about government oppression and brutality.

Martin Luther King Jr. asked himself what Jesus would have done about America’s warmongering. The answer: declaring “my conscience leaves me no other choice,” King risked widespread condemnation when he publicly opposed the Vietnam War on moral and economic grounds.

Even now, despite the popularity of the phrase “What Would Jesus Do?” (WWJD) in Christian circles, there remains a disconnect in the modern church between the teachings of Christ and the suffering of what Jesus in Matthew 25 refers to as the “least of these.”

Yet this is not a theological gray area: Jesus was unequivocal about his views on many things, not the least of which was charity, compassion, war, tyranny, and love.

After all, Jesus—the revered preacher, teacher, radical, and prophet—was born into a police state, not unlike the growing menace of the American police state. When he grew up, he had powerful, profound things to say, things that would change how we view people, alter government policies, and change the world. “Blessed are the merciful,” “Blessed are the peacemakers,” and “Love your enemies” are just a few examples of his most profound and revolutionary teachings.

When confronted by those in authority, Jesus did not shy away from speaking truth to power. Indeed, his teachings undermined the political and religious establishment of his day. It cost him his life. He was eventually crucified as a warning to others not to challenge the powers-that-be.

Can you imagine what Jesus’ life would have been like if, instead of being born into the Roman police state, he had been born and raised in the American police state?

Consider the following if you will.

Had Jesus been born in the era of the American police state, rather than traveling to Bethlehem for a census, Jesus’ parents would have been mailed a 28-page American Community Survey, a mandatory government questionnaire documenting their habits, household inhabitants, work schedule, how many toilets are in your home, etc. The penalty for not responding to this invasive survey can go as high as $5,000.

Instead of being born in a manger, Jesus might have been born at home. Rather than wise men and shepherds bringing gifts, however, the baby’s parents might have been forced to ward off visits from state social workers intent on prosecuting them for the home birth. One couple in Washington had all three of their children removed after social services objected to the two youngest being birthed in unassisted home delivery.

Had Jesus been born in a hospital, his blood and DNA would have been taken without his parents’ knowledge or consent and entered into a government biobank. While most states require newborn screening, a growing number are holding onto that genetic material long-term for research, analysis, and purposes yet to be disclosed.

Then again, had Jesus’ parents been undocumented immigrants, they and the newborn baby might have been shuffled to a profit-driven, private prison for illegals where they first would have been separated from each other, the children detained in make-shift cages, and the parents eventually turned into cheap, forced laborers for corporations such as Starbucks, Microsoft, Walmart, and Victoria’s Secret. There’s quite a lot of money to be made from imprisoning immigrants, especially when taxpayers are footing the bill.

From the time he was old enough to attend school, Jesus would have been drilled in lessons of compliance and obedience to government authorities while learning little about his own rights. Had he been daring enough to speak out against injustice while still in school, he might have found himself tasered or beaten by a school resource officer, or at the very least suspended under a school zero-tolerance policy that punishes minor infractions as harshly as more serious offenses.

Had Jesus disappeared for a few hours let alone days as a 12-year-old, his parents would have been handcuffed, arrested, and jailed for parental negligence. Parents across the country have been arrested for far less “offenses” such as allowing their children to walk to the park unaccompanied and play in their front yard alone.

Rather than disappearing from the history books from his early teenaged years to adulthood, Jesus’ movements and personal data—including his biometrics—would have been documented, tracked, monitored, and filed by governmental agencies and corporations such as Google and Microsoft. Incredibly, 95 percent of school districts share their student records with outside companies that are contracted to manage data, which they then use to market products to us.

From the moment Jesus made contact with an “extremist” such as John the Baptist, he would have been flagged for surveillance because of his association with a prominent activist, peaceful or otherwise. Since 9/11, the FBI has actively carried out surveillance and intelligence-gathering operations on a broad range of activist groups, from animal rights groups to poverty relief, anti-war groups, and other such “extremist” organizations.

Jesus’ anti-government views would certainly have resulted in him being labeled a domestic extremist. Law enforcement agencies are being trained to recognize signs of anti-government extremism during interactions with potential extremists who share a “belief in the approaching collapse of government and the economy.”

While traveling from community to community, Jesus might have been reported to government officials as “suspicious” under the Department of Homeland Security’s “See Something, Say Something” programs. Many states, including New York, are providing individuals with phone apps that allow them to take photos of suspicious activity and report them to their state Intelligence Center, where they are reviewed and forwarded to law-enforcement agencies.

Rather than being permitted to live as an itinerant preacher, Jesus might have found himself threatened with arrest for daring to live off the grid or sleeping outside. In fact, the number of cities that have resorted to criminalizing homelessness by enacting bans on camping, sleeping in vehicles, loitering, and begging in public has doubled.

Viewed by the government as a dissident and a potential threat to its power, Jesus might have had government spies planted among his followers to monitor his activities, report on his movements, and entrap him into breaking the law. Such Judases today—called informants—often receive hefty paychecks from the government for their treachery.

Had Jesus used the internet to spread his radical message of peace and love, he might have found his blog posts infiltrated by government spies attempting to undermine his integrity, discredit him or plant incriminating information online about him. At the very least, he would have had his website hacked and his email monitored.

Had Jesus attempted to feed large crowds of people, he would have been threatened with arrest for violating various ordinances prohibiting the distribution of food without a permit. Florida officials arrested a 90-year-old man for feeding the homeless on a public beach.

Had Jesus spoken publicly about his 40 days in the desert and his conversations with the devil, he might have been labeled mentally ill and detained in a psych ward against his will for a mandatory involuntary psychiatric hold with no access to family or friends. One Virginia man was arrested, strip-searched, handcuffed to a table, diagnosed as having “mental health issues,” and locked up for five days in a mental health facility against his will apparently because of his slurred speech and unsteady gait.

Without a doubt, had Jesus attempted to overturn tables in a Jewish temple and rage against the materialism of religious institutions, he would have been charged with a hate crime. Currently, 45 states and the federal government have hate crime laws on the books.

Had anyone reported Jesus to the police as being potentially dangerous, he might have found himself confronted—and killed—by police officers for whom any perceived act of non-compliance (a twitch, a question, a frown) can result in them shooting first and asking questions later.

Rather than having armed guards capture Jesus in a public place, government officials would have ordered that a SWAT team carry out a raid on Jesus and his followers, complete with flash-bang grenades and military equipment. There are upwards of 80,000 such SWAT team raids carried out every year, many on unsuspecting Americans who have no defense against such government invaders, even when such raids are done in error.

Instead of being detained by Roman guards, Jesus might have been made to “disappear” into a secret government detention center where he would have been interrogated, tortured, and subjected to all manner of abuses. Chicago police have “disappeared” more than 7,000 people into a secret, off-the-books interrogation warehouse at Homan Square.

Charged with treason and labeled a domestic terrorist, Jesus might have been sentenced to a life-term in a private prison where he would have been forced to provide slave labor for corporations or put to death by way of the electric chair or a lethal mixture of drugs.

Indeed, as I show in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, given the nature of government then and now, it is painfully evident that whether Jesus had been born in our modern age or his own, he still would have died at the hands of a police state.

Thus, as we draw near to Christmas with its celebrations and gift-giving, we would do well to remember that what happened on that starry night in Bethlehem is only part of the story. That baby in the manger grew up to be a man who did not turn away from evil but instead spoke out against it, and we must do no less.

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CNN anchor backtracks from Trump-Nazi comparison after being called out by Israeli government

CNN International anchor Christiane Amanpour was blasted last week after she compared President Donald Trump’s presidency to the reign of terror that Nazi Germany unleashed on Jews in Nov. 1938, infamously remembered by history as “Kristallnacht.

Now, the CNN personality is backtracking.

What did Amanpour say?

Amanpour made her shocking comparison while celebrating Joe Biden’s media-declared victory over Trump in the election.

This week 82 years ago, Kristallnacht happened,” Amanpour said on her CNN show. “It was the Nazis’ warning shot across the bow of our human civilization that led to genocide against a whole identity and, in that tower of burning books, it led to an attack on fact, knowledge, history and truth.”

“After four years of a modern-day assault on those same values by Donald Trump, the Biden-Harris team pledges a return to normal,” she added.

As TheBlaze reported, Amanpour was widely condemned by Jews, politicians, and media figures for offensive comparison.

Even the Israeli government demanded that Amanpour apologize.

Israeli Diaspora Affairs Minister Omer Yankelevitch said in a letter to CNN, “Using the memory of the Holocaust for cheap headlines or a political agenda is concerning and distorts the historical and moral truth.”

“Distortion and minimization of the Holocaust are deplorable lies that only encourage the evil voices of anti-Semitism. Employing the memory of the Holocaust for cheap shock value and to further a political agenda is a deeply troubling and offensive spin of historic and moral truths with dangerous implications,” Yankelevitch added.

What is Amanpour saying now?

On her show Monday, Amanpour expressed regret over her comments, but did not offer an apology outright.

“And finally tonight, a comment on my program at the end of last week. I observed the 82nd anniversary of Kristallnacht, as I often do — it is the event that began the horrors of the Holocaust. I also noted President Trump’s attacks on history, facts, knowledge, and truth,” Amanpour said.

“I should not have juxtaposed the two thoughts,” she continued. “Hitler and his evils stand alone, of course, in history.”

“I regret any pain my statement may have caused,” she added. “My point was to say how democracy can potentially slip away and how we must always zealously guard our democratic values.”

Anything else?

The comparison triggered anger because, as the U.S. Holocaust Museum explains, “Kristallnacht was a turning point in the history of the Third Reich, marking the shift from antisemitic rhetoric and legislation to the violent, aggressive anti-Jewish measures that would culminate with the Holocaust.”

Indeed, on that fateful November night, Nazis pillaged Jewish businesses, synagogues, schools, and homes. Dozens of Jews were murdered, and approximately 30,000 Jewish men were rounded up and sent to concentration camps.

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Prof likens US to ‘Nazi Germany,’ tells class President Trump is a ‘fraud’ and ‘criminal’ — and berates student who tried defending Trump

A University of Massachusetts-Boston professor went on a bit of a rant during an online class last month, likening the United States to “Nazi Germany,” declaring that “Republican militias with armbands” are “preparing to go to the polling booths” to carry out “voter suppression,” and then berating a student who tried to defend Trump.

Popcorn, anyone?

Video also shows associate professor of psychology Ester Shapiro during the Sept. 29 Zoom session saying “white supremacy” is “baked” into the U.S. Constitution, Campus Reform said. Shapiro was a guest speaker in an Introduction to Human Rights class and that a student recorded video of Shapiro’s statements on her cellphone, the outlet added.

Interestingly, Shapiro noted at one point that “I didn’t use to talk politics. I used to be very attentive to my job as a professor who taught based on evidence and not based on politics.”

But talk politics she did — and Shapiro took direct aim at Trump and Republicans.

She recalled attending a Holocaust-related event before the COVID-19 shutdown: “All of us there — the writers, discussers, the scholars, the survivors — we thought this would never happen again. We thought we never were gonna see fascism of the Nazi Germany sort ever again. We now have children on the border in cages, we have the criminalization of immigrants, we have a criminal who’s a president and who’s going down in flames — don’t think he’s not.”

Shapiro added that “we have the Republican militias with armbands preparing to go to the polling booths; they are preparing for election suppression, for voter suppression.” She also said the Supreme Court declared “with no evidence” that there is no voter suppression in America and that “the only Republican strategy right now” is the “manipulation of the vote.”

“And, look, I didn’t use to say ‘Republican Democrat,’ but now that we have Nazis, we’ve gotta do it,” Shapiro added.

No pushback allowed?

At that point, student Mary O’Sullivan — who was recording the session, Campus Reform reported — pushed back by saying she doesn’t believe Trump is a Nazi.

Bad idea, apparently.

Shapiro aggressively shot back: “OK, alright, great Mary! This is not the debate I’d like to have. You asked me a question … And let’s have this offline, OK? … I’ve gotta be done with Mary.”

Shapiro then quickly admitted regarding Trump that, “Alright so maybe he’s not a Nazi. Maybe he’s just a fraud and a criminal but—”

O’Sullivan jumped back in: “Well, can I just say something, please? It’s about the children at the border. Are you aware of how many children are trafficked into this country?”

“Oh, Mary, of course I am,” Shapiro replied.

“Because I think that that’s a really big human rights issue that no one speaks about,” O’Sullivan said.

“And so, Mary, you would like us to talk about trafficked children? Alright, let’s do it some other time,” Shapiro replied, later adding that “trafficking is an abomination, Mary. As is a president who is willing to talk in public about having sex with his daughter. Just saying.”

By the end of the video, Shapiro said she was sorry about the tone of the chat.

“I apologize if the intensity was being dialed up to — what is it? —10-plus,” Shapiro said, after which she also offered O’Sullivan her “apologies.”

“Too many people are dying, including our students,” Shapiro concluded. “I just feel it.”

Here’s video of the relevant portion of the class:


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Anything else?

O’Sullivan told Campus Reform other students attacked her in the Zoom chat room over her Trump support.

“Both professors allowed students to pretty much label me as a ‘racist Republican,'” she noted to the outlet before saying Shapiro “thought my comment was disgraceful, and she did not want to accept a student disagreeing with her absurd claim.”

A spokesperson for the University of Massachusetts-Boston told Campus Reform the college is “reviewing the facts” related to the Zoom session.

“The University of Massachusetts Boston takes pride in its faculty of extraordinarily qualified scholar-teachers and their deep commitment to presenting students with conceptual material designed to broaden their knowledge base, inspire analytical thinking, and challenge uncritical assumptions,” the spokesperson noted to the outlet. “The University is also fully committed to assuring free expression of opinion to all in its various communities (students, staff, faculty), encouraging civil discourse on controversial topics among all parties, and creating classroom climates that respect diversity of outlook. In the present case, the University is carefully reviewing the facts and will follow up as it deems appropriate, with due attention to the confidentiality of any individuals and disciplinary procedures.”

Campus Reform also said it reached out to Shapiro for comment but did not receive a response in time for publication.

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Joe Biden compares Trump to infamous Nazi Germany leader: ‘He’s sort of like Goebbels’

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden compared President Donald Trump to infamous Nazi Germany propagandist Joesph Goebbels over the weekend.

What did Biden say?

During an interview Saturday on MSNBC, Biden was asked to respond to the president’s campaign trail attacks in which Trump claims that Biden and the Democratic Party are pushing a socialist agenda.

“He’s sort of like [Joseph] Goebbels,” Biden responded. “You say the lie long enough, keep repeating it, repeating it, repeating it, it becomes common knowledge.”

Biden later compared Trump to Fidel Castro, according to Politico.

“I think people see very clearly the difference between me and Donald Trump,” Biden said. “Trump is clearing protests in front of the White House that are peaceful, you know, with the military. This guy is more Castro than Churchill.”


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Adolf Hitler and Goebbels used a propaganda method called the “Big Lie” to deceive the German people. The technique involves repeating a massive lie so often that the masses eventually believe the lie.

Hitler even wrote about the method in his book “Mein Kampf.”

According to a translation of Hitler’s book:

It would never come into their heads to
fabricate colossal untruths, and they would not believe that others
could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously. Even though
the facts which prove this to be so may be brought clearly to their
minds, they will still doubt and waver and will continue to think that
there may be some other explanation. For the grossly impudent lie always
leaves traces behind it, even after it has been nailed down, a fact
which is known to all expert liars in this world and to all who conspire
together in the art of lying. These people know only too well how to use
falsehood for the basest purposes.

The Biden campaign has seemingly defended the claim.

In response to CNN host Anderson Cooper calling the comparison “um … quite a stretch,” Biden campaign communications director Kate Bedingfield said, “His point was that you cannot trust what comes out of Donald Trump’s mouth. That’s a tragedy.”

How did the Trump campaign respond?

“Rather than launching preposterous accusations against the President, Joe Biden and his team should answer for inviting notorious anti-Semites Tamika Mallory and Linda Sarsour to speak at the Democrat National Convention. Biden is desperately trying to distract Americans from his disastrous record and socialist policies,” Ken Farnaso, deputy national press secretary for the Trump campaign, said in a statement.

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Jemele Hill says the US was ‘nearly as bad as Nazi Germany’ after reading book on systemic oppression of black people

Jemele Hill, writer for the Atlantic and host of the “Jemele Hill is Unbothered” podcast, wrote on Twitter on Sunday that the United States was just as bad as Nazi Germany in the context of systemic oppression.

What did she say?

“Been reading Isabel Wilkerson’s new book, ‘Caste,’ and if you were of the opinion that the United States wasn’t nearly as bad as Nazi Germany, how wrong you are,” Hill wrote Sunday afternoon. “Can’t encourage you enough to read this masterpiece.”

What’s this book about?

Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents” by Isabel Wilkerson was released earlier this month and was recommended by Oprah for her book club.

The premise of the book is that looking at race and class doesn’t go deep enough to understand the divisions and oppression that have impacted black people in America. Wilkerson suggests that a caste system exists in America that serves as the infrastructure within which racial oppression exists.

In the book, Wilkerson draws parallels between the caste system in the United States and the caste systems of India and Nazi Germany.

“I have to say that my focus was not initially on the Nazis themselves, but rather on how Germany has worked in the decades after the war to reconcile its history,” Wilkerson said in an interview with NPR. “But the deeper I got, and the more that I looked into this, the deeper I searched, I discovered these connections that I never would have imagined.”

Did she clarify?

Some people who read the tweet assumed Hill was saying America is currently as bad as Nazi Germany, which Hill later clarified was not the case.

“Nowhere in my tweet did I say the current state of America is like Nazi Germany,” Hill wrote in response to one critic. “I was referring specifically to our racial history. The parallels have been pointed out by plenty of historians, not just Isabel Wilkerson.”

Hill said the comparison was based on the book’s assertion that the Nazis studied America’s Jim Crow laws when formulating the Nuremberg laws.

“What would you call it when a country that murdered millions of Jews learned their systems of genocide by watching America, and studying our history of radicalized slavery, and great knack for racial terrorism?” Hill wrote in another follow-up tweet.

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Some College Campuses Will Look Like Nazi Germany This Autumn

As children and young adults gear up to get back to school this autumn, college campuses that are open will be imposing varying degrees of draconian testing on the students.

Students enrolled at New York’s public colleges must first pass a COVID-19 test in order to get access to campus in a bid to prevent the spread of the contagious virus.  Before setting foot on campus, a student must submit to the highly inaccurate (different studies show the PCR tests give a 50-80% false-positive rate) test.

“Given reported delays for COVID-19 test results and lack of testing availability in some areas, all University at Albany students should be tested as soon as possible in order to have results prior to the beginning of fall classes,” Michael Christakis, vice president of student affairs, said in a “Dear Great Dane” letter to students, according to a report by the New York Post. 

“If a student living on campus fails to provide the University proof of a negative test or NYS Department of Health clearance document (for students who have had documented COVID-19) before their arrival on campus, they will not be permitted to check in to their residence hall or apartment,” warned Christakis. “Until students have a negative test result in hand, they should remain at home.”

According to USA Today, The University of Texas at Austin, for example, has banned parties, both on campus and off, saying they put “the health and safety of our community at risk and raise anxiety levels.” Tulane University in New Orleans threatened suspension or expulsion for students who throw or attend parties that have more than 15 people and asked students to monitor and report on the behavior of their peers.

On Thursday, Syracuse University, which had suspended a fraternity for violating social distancing rules in the spring, said it had also suspended a group of students for “knowingly violating quarantine orders,” spokeswoman Sarah Scalese said.  Most college campuses said throwing a party with 30 to 40 people could be viewed as endangerment to the community.

Before sending your child or teenager back to school, it may do you some good to understand the new “COVID” policies of the school.  Some could look like schools in North Korea or Nazi Germany thanks to the scamdemic.

[WATCH] Social Distancing is a “CIA Protocol” That Amounts To Torture

Schools seem hellbent on the psychological torture of children this year, so be aware of what they could be subjected to during the Federal Reserve’s attempted takeover of the world.

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USA Today claims Trump campaign shirt has ‘Nazi symbol’ — then they issue major ‘clarification’

USA Today was forced to issue a major clarification on Sunday after claiming a Trump campaign t-shirt contained a “Nazi symbol.”

The newspaper’s fact checking team declared that viral social media posts claiming a Trump campaign t-shirt contained a notorious Nazi symbol — the imperial eagle — was true.

“The claim: Trump campaign shirts feature imperial eagle, a Nazi symbol Our ruling: True,” USA Today said on Twitter.

On its website, the USA Today
fact check presented more nuance:

The claims that a Trump campaign T-shirt has come under criticism for using a symbol similar to a Nazi eagle is TRUE, based on our research. But it is worth noting that the eagle is a common symbol in American politics, and is included in the presidential seal of the U.S., as well as many federal departments.

In fact, USA Today explained that the eagle has a rich history in American symbolism and that the image used by the Trump campaign is notably different than the one used by Nazi Germany.

In response, USA Today was rebuked on social media — and many noted the eagle is still a prominent symbol in American government, even used by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

  • “Whoa, you mean Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has a Nazi symbol on her official government website?” Daily Wire reporter Ryan Saavedra said.
  • “This is moronic.
    In Democrats’ America, Mount Rushmore glorifies white supremacy and the bald eagle with an American flag is a Nazi symbol.
    They have lost their minds.
    Better tell the USMC too,” another person
    responded.
  • “This is moronic. You aren’t a news organization. This is propaganda,” another person said.
  • “This is legitimate derangement. These people are not well,” another person reacted.
  • “ps: the American eagle is also a symbol of the United States,” another person mocked.

The swift condemnation forced USA Today to issue a “clarification.”

“Clarification: The claim that Trump 2020 has put out a T-shirt with a symbol similar to a Nazi eagle and is being criticized for it is true. Worth noting, the eagle is a longtime US symbol, too,” the news outlet said.

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From 9/11 to COVID-19, It’s Been a Perpetual State of Emergency

This article was originally published by John W. Whitehead at The Rutherford Institute.

“The fundamental political question is why do people obey a government. The answer is that they tend to enslave themselves, to let themselves be governed by tyrants. Freedom from servitude comes not from violent action, but from the refusal to serve. Tyrants fall when the people withdraw their support.”—Étienne De La Boétie, The Politics Of Obedience

Don’t pity this year’s crop of graduates because this COVID-19 pandemic caused them to miss out on the antics of their senior year and the pomp and circumstance of graduation.

Pity them because they have spent their entire lives in a state of emergency.

They were born in the wake of the 9/11 attacks; raised without any expectation of privacy in a technologically-driven, mass surveillance state; educated in schools that teach conformity and compliance; saddled with a debt-ridden economy on the brink of implosion; made vulnerable by the blowback from a military empire constantly waging war against shadowy enemies; policed by government agents armed to the teeth ready and able to lock down the country at a moment’s notice, and forced to march in lockstep with a government that no longer exists to serve the people but which demands they be obedient slaves or suffer the consequences.

It’s a dismal start to life, isn’t it?

Unfortunately, we who should have known better failed to maintain our freedoms or provide our young people with the tools necessary to survive, let alone succeed, in the impersonal jungle that is modern America.

We brought them into homes fractured by divorce, distracted by mindless entertainment, and obsessed with the pursuit of materialism. We institutionalized them in daycares and afterschool programs, substituting time with teachers and childcare workers for parental involvement. We turned them into test-takers instead of thinkers and automatons instead of activists.

We allowed them to languish in schools that not only look like prisons but function like prisons, as well—where conformity is the rule and freedom is the exception. We made them easy prey for our corporate overlords while instilling in them the values of a celebrity-obsessed, technology-driven culture devoid of any true spirituality. And we taught them to believe that the pursuit of their own personal happiness trumped all other virtues, including any empathy whatsoever for their fellow human beings

No, we haven’t done this generation any favors.

Given the current political climate and nationwide lockdown, things could only get worse.

For those coming of age today (and for the rest of us who are muddling along through this dystopian nightmare), here are a few bits of advice that will hopefully help as we navigate the perils ahead.

Be an individual. For all of its claims to champion the individual, American culture advocates a stark conformity which, as John F. Kennedy warned, is “the jailer of freedom, and the enemy of growth.” Worry less about fitting in with the rest of the world and instead, as Henry David Thoreau urged, become “a Columbus to whole new continents and worlds within you, opening new channels, not of trade, but of thought.”

Learn your rights. We’re losing our freedoms for one simple reason: most of us don’t know anything about our freedoms. At a minimum, anyone who has graduated from high school, let alone college, should know the Bill of Rights backward and forwards. However, the average young person, let alone citizen, has very little knowledge of their rights for the simple reason that the schools no longer teach them. So grab a copy of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, and study them at home. And when the time comes, stand up for your rights before it’s too late.

Speak truth to power. Don’t be naive about those in positions of authority. As James Madison, who wrote our Bill of Rights, observed, “All men having power ought to be distrusted.” We must learn the lessons of history. People in power, more often than not, abuse that power. To maintain our freedoms, this will mean challenging government officials whenever they exceed the bounds of their office.

Resist all things that numb you. Don’t measure your worth by what you own or earn. Likewise, don’t become mindless consumers unaware of the world around you. Resist all things that numb you, put you to sleep, or help you “cope” with so-called reality. Those who establish the rules and laws that govern society’s actions desire compliant subjects. However, as George Orwell warned, “Until they become conscious, they will never rebel, and until after they rebelled, they cannot become conscious.” It is these conscious individuals who change the world for the better.

Don’t let technology turn you into zombies. Technology anesthetizes us to the all-too-real tragedies that surround us. Techno-gadgets are merely distractions from what’s really going on in America and around the world. As a result, we’ve begun mimicking the inhuman technology that surrounds us and have lost our humanity. We’ve become sleepwalkers. If you’re going to make a difference in the world, you’re going to have to pull the earbuds out, turn off the cell phones and spend much less time viewing screens.

Help others. We all have a calling in life. And I believe it boils down to one thing: You are here on this planet to help other people. In fact, none of us can exist very long without help from others. If we’re going to see any positive change for freedom, then we must change our view of what it means to be human and regain a sense of what it means to love and help one another. That will mean gaining the courage to stand up for the oppressed.

Refuse to remain silent in the face of evil. Throughout history, individuals or groups of individuals have risen up to challenge the injustices of their age. Nazi Germany had its Dietrich Bonhoeffer. The gulags of the Soviet Union were challenged by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. America had its color-coded system of racial segregation and warmongering called out for what it was, blatant discrimination and profiteering, by Martin Luther King Jr. And then there was Jesus Christ, an itinerant preacher and revolutionary activist, who not only died challenging the police state of his day—namely, the Roman Empire—but provided a blueprint for civil disobedience that would be followed by those, religious and otherwise, who came after him. What we lack today and so desperately need are those with moral courage who will risk their freedoms and lives in order to speak out against evil in its many forms.

Cultivate spirituality, reject materialism, and put people first. When the things that matter most have been subordinated to materialism, we have lost our moral compass. We must change our values to reflect something more meaningful than technology, materialism, and politics. Standing at the pulpit of the Riverside Church in New York City in April 1967, Martin Luther King Jr. urged his listeners:

[W]e as a nation must undergo a radical revolution of values. We must rapidly begin the shift from a “thing-oriented” society to a “person-oriented” society. When machines and computers, profit motive and property rights are considered more important than people, the giant triplets of racism, materialism, and militarism are incapable of being conquered.

Pitch in and do your part to make the world a better place. Don’t rely on someone else to do the heavy lifting for you. Don’t wait around for someone else to fix what ails you, your community, or nation. As Mahatma Gandhi urged: “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

Stop waiting for political saviors to fix what is wrong with this country. Stop waiting for some political savior to swoop in and fix all that’s wrong with this country. Stop allowing yourselves to be drawn into divisive party politics. Stop thinking of yourselves as members of a particular political party, as opposed to citizens of the United States. Most of all, stop looking away from the injustices and cruelties and endless acts of tyranny that have become hallmarks of the American police state. Be vigilant and do your part to recalibrate the balance of power in favor of “we the people.”

Say no to war. Addressing the graduates at Binghampton Central High School in 1968, at a time when the country was waging war “on different fields, on different levels, and with different weapons,” Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling declared:

Too many wars are fought almost as if by rote. Too many wars are fought out of sloganry, out of battle hymns, out of aged, musty appeals to patriotism that went out with knighthood and moats. Love your country because it is eminently worthy of your affection. Respect it because it deserves your respect. Be loyal to it because it cannot survive without your loyalty. But do not accept the shedding of blood as a natural function or a prescribed way of history—even if history points this up by its repetition. That men die for causes does not necessarily sanctify that cause. And that men are maimed and torn to pieces every fifteen and twenty years does not immortalize or deify the act of war… find another means that does not come with the killing of your fellow-man.

Finally, prepare yourselves for what lies ahead. The demons of our age—some of whom disguise themselves as politicians—delight in fomenting violence, sowing distrust and prejudice, and persuading the public to support tyranny disguised as patriotism. Overcoming the evils of our age will require more than intellect and activism. It will require decency, morality, goodness, truth, and toughness. As Serling concluded in his remarks to the graduating class of 1968:

Toughness is the singular quality most required of you… we have left you a world far more botched than the one that was left to us… Part of your challenge is to seek out truth, to come up with a point of view not dictated to you by anyone, be he a congressman, even a minister… Are you tough enough to take the divisiveness of this land of ours, the fact that everything is polarized, black and white, this or that, absolutely right or absolutely wrong. This is one of the challenges. Be prepared to seek out the middle ground … that wondrous and very difficult-to-find Valhalla where man can look to both sides and see the errant truths that exist on both sides. If you must swing left or you must swing right—respect the other side. Honor the motives that come from the other side. Argue, debate, rebut—but don’t close those wondrous minds of yours to opposition. In their eyes, you’re the opposition. And ultimately … ultimately—you end divisiveness by compromise. And so long as men walk and breathe—there must be compromise…

Are you tough enough to face one of the uglier stains upon the fabric of our democracy—prejudice? It’s the basic root of most evil. It’s a part of the sickness of man. And it’s a part of man’s admission, his constant sick admission, that to exist he must find a scapegoat. To explain away his own deficiencies—he must try to find someone who he believes more deficient… Make your judgment of your fellow-man on what he says and what he believes and the way he acts. Be tough enough, please, to live with prejudice and give battle to it. It warps, it poisons, it distorts and it is self-destructive. It has fallout worse than a bomb … and worst of all it cheapens and demeans anyone who permits himself the luxury of hating.”

The only way we’ll ever achieve change in this country is for people to finally say “enough is enough” and fight for the things that truly matter.

It doesn’t matter how old you are or what your political ideology is: wake up, stand up, speak up, and make your citizenship count for something more than just voting.

Pandemic or not, don’t allow your freedoms to be curtailed and your voice to be muzzled.

It’s our civic duty to make the government hear us—and heed us—using every nonviolent means available to us: picket, protest, march, boycott, speak up, sound off and reclaim control over the narrative about what is really going on in this country.

Mind you, the government doesn’t want to hear us. It doesn’t even want us to speak. In fact, as I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, the government has done a diabolically good job of establishing roadblocks to prevent us from exercising our First Amendment right to speech and assembly and protest.

Still, we must persist.

So get active, get outraged, and get going: there’s work to be done.

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‘Welcome to Nazi Germany’: Cops get earful of ‘f*** the police’ while shutting down NJ house concert — with middle-aged attendees in lawn chairs

Police in Rumson, New Jersey,
said they received an “unfortunate call” Saturday evening regarding 30 “adults” assembled on the front lawn of a house — and spilling into the street — listening to a pair of guitarists perform songs by famed British rock band Pink Floyd.

Cops said the attendees appeared between 40 and 50 years of age — and “some even brought lawn chairs.”

What happened next?

“When we informed everyone that they must leave — in accordance with [Democratic] Governor [Phil] Murphy’s executive orders regarding these so called ‘corona-parties’ — we were met with well wishes of ‘F*** the police’ and ‘Welcome to Nazi Germany,'” police said.

But cops added that “in the middle of the 1975 classic ‘Wish You Were Here,'” the musicians were “advised” that “they must stop the show.”

Police noted that they took “no enjoyment in ruining anyone’s fun! However we ALL have a responsibility to take this pandemic SERIOUSLY and adhere to the social distancing requirement. We also need to be a good role model for our children and be kind and understanding during these times.”

For the uninitiated, “Wish You Were Here” is one of many popular songs Pink Floyd recorded. Here’s a look at the band playing the tune for the very last time at the Live 8 concert:


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The cops also warned readers to “use this incident as a learning experience for everyone! If we have to respond to another ‘corona party’ we will be using a zero-tolerance approach and everyone involved will be charged with disorderly conduct. We are all in this together and together we need to make smarter choices.”

What happened to the ‘people involved’?

Police added that the department is still investigating the incident and that “charges are pending” against the “people involved” and another post will go up on Facebook once a criminal complaint is served.

Nothing new

New Jersey’s police have been reacting swiftly against defiant revelers due to Murphy’s March executive order that canceled “gatherings of individuals, such as parties, celebrations, or other social events” in order to combat the spread of the coronavirus in the state.

Late last month police arrested a man for hosting a “corona party” with 47 guests in his 550-square foot apartment. “The organizer was charged, as they should have been and deserved to be,” Murphy later said. “This is not a game. Stay home. Be smart.”

Earlier in March two residents were arrested for hosting gatherings of over 50 people in defiance of the order. One of the gatherings was a pop-up wedding held at a resident’s home.

“We are really damned unhappy” about disobedient residents “and we’re going to take action,” Murphy said, according to the Atlantic City Press. He added that there are “too many people not paying attention to this” and “we’ve about had it,” the paper noted.

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