In times of universal deceit, telling
the truth is a revolutionary act.
         - George Orwell

Napoleon once observed that "history" is a set of lies agreed upon. In an era of ubiquitous fake news and information warfare, this has never been more true. The very concept of objective truth in history is fading out of our world. Pure propaganda and outright lies are passing into our history textbooks as unquestioned truth, condemning future generations to false views about historical reality. But the task of sifting through the lies and propaganda is overwhelming, limited by the ambition and time constraints of most observors. Only those who have dedicated their lives to sorting reality from falsehood are qualified to rewrite "consensus" history as a duty to humanity. The contributors to this site endeavor to do just that.

(Read More)

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

The Fake News Litmus Test

     You know the elite are getting scared of people waking up to the extent of lies, crime and corruption in Washington when they push CBS's '60 Minutes' to debunk "fake news" using Pizzagate as an example.  This is exactly what happened on March 26th, when the investigative journalism TV program ran a piece on "fake news", arguing that sorting out fact from fiction these days "is like going down the rabbit hole".
     The program started by asking, "what does the phrase 'fake news' mean?" They found that it depends who you ask.  “We weren’t interested in doing a story about the ‘fake news’ that is invoked by politicians [like Trump?] against the media for stories that they don’t like or for comments that they don’t like,” explained producer Michael Radutzky. “We’re using the term ‘fake news’ to describe stories that are probably false, have enormous traction in the culture, and are consumed by millions of people.” “What we are talking about are stories that are fabricated out of thin air,” says 60 Minutes producer Guy Campanile. “By most measures, deliberately, and by any definition, that’s a lie.”

The 60 Minutes segment then went about finding some extreme examples to prove their point. One example was the story of an Ebola outbreak in Texas.  One of the pushers of this fake story was Jestin Coler, who said he knowingly pushed the fake "fearbola campaign" because it was "fun". “He said he did it because it was like an addiction,” Radutzky says. “The more hits he got, the more of a rush it was.” “It’s powerful, right?” Radutzky says. “To create something out of whole cloth and have people believe that it’s true.”

This example set the tone for the 60 Minutes team to next tackle Michael Cernovich, a southern California lawyer who runs the website Danger & Play. His daily commentary streams and social media posts are more popular than CBS. He reached Twitter users 83 million times last month alone. He describes himself as “right of center politically,” and 60 Minutes reported that he has become “a magnet for readers with a taste for stories with no basis in fact.” Cernovich’s online articles include a "bogus" (?) report that Hillary Clinton has Parkinson’s disease and a fake sex cult story about Hillary Clinton’s “inner circle.”

Cernovich told 60 Minutes, however, that he believes everything he publishes is true.  “They’re definitely not fake,” he tells Pelley of his stories. “One hundred percent true.”  Without looking into the actual facts of the matter (that would require too much investigative journalism!), Radutzky simply dismissed such "wild" claims:  “Getting into an argument about it is like going down the rabbit hole”. “And it wasn’t our job to go down the rabbit hole. It was our job to interview him and understand how he makes the decisions he makes.”  No examination of the evidence actually took place.

To top it all off, 60 Minutes brought up the subject of Pizzagate and the allegations against James Alefantis at Comet Ping Pong Pizza in Washington, dismissing it outright.  Just another example of "fake news", right? Not so fast, 60 Minutes.  It will take more than an hour to find your way out of this "rabbit hole."  The facts are there, plain to see, for anyone who thoroughly researches the subject. Yes, there is a long-standing and widespread child trafficking and pedophilia ring operating in Washington DC and beyond, involving hundreds of the most powerful politicians in the country, and involving Comet Pizza.  A thousand diligently researched videos are now available on YouTube for anyone to examine the evidence for themselves.  By dismissing the claims outright, 60 Minutes has proven that it, too, is a purveyor of fake news.

We need a litmus test to discern whether a news source is "fake" or not.  
I propose this one, which involves 15 provable conspiracies:

1. The Rothschilds and Zionism.  If you deny that the Rothschild family were behind the creation of Israel, that there is a decades-long program to exterminate the Palestinians, steal their land and annex the West Bank, and make Jerusalem the capital of Israel, then you are a peddler of fake news.

2. The JFK assassination.  If you deny that the CIA, mafia and Mossad worked in concert to assassinate the president, that George H. W. Bush made a name for himself with the CIA by coordinating the ground operations in Dallas that day, and that Oswald was nothing but a groomed patsy, you are a peddler of fake news.

3. The Order of Skull and Bones.  If you deny the importance of this Yale organization, fail to examine the sexual blackmail rituals they conduct, and dismiss the induction network into CIA covert operations they provide, you are a peddler of fake news.

4. The Bush Family.  If you fail to acknowledge that the Bush family made their fortune funding Hitler using Wall Street banks, or that George H. W. Bush imported thousands of tonnes of cocaine into the United States during the 1970's and 80's using CIA covert operatives, or that he has trafficked children and engaged in pedophilic blackmail of political opponents, then you are a peddler of fake news.

5. The Clinton Family.  If you fail to connect the Mena Arkansas CIA drug running operations to this couple, or fail to see the Clinton Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative as giant corruption and pay-to-play rackets, or deny that Bill and Hillary have travelled numerous times to Jeffrey Epstein's private island for sex with children, then you are a peddler of fake news.

6. The Bohemian Grove.  If you deny that the world's rich and famous have travelled to this California forest for sexual orgies every summer for the past century, or that a ceremony called 'Cremation of Care' is performed to deprecate conscience, or that mock human sacrifice to a giant Molloch owl effigy takes place at the end of the ceremony, then you are a peddler of fake news.

7. The Federal Reserve Bank.  If you try to hide the fact that the Federal Reserve Act was quietly passed in a near-empty Congress just before Christmas in 1913, that the bank is owned by a consortium of private banking families, and that it has never been audited because it hides trillions of dollars in illicit transactions, then you are a peddler of fake news.

8. The Existence of FEMA camps.  If you deny that there exists a multi-billion dollar network of massive detention facilities located across the United States run by FEMA, that these camps were constructed during the 1980's by Ollie North and gang to detain millions of Americans in the event of mass civil disobedience, and that NSA-profile lists exist to determine who should be detained there in the event of social breakdown, then you are a peddler of fake news.

9. The Bilderberg Group.  If you downplay the significance that world leaders of the Western alliance have been meeting in secret since 1954 to strategize the creation of a New World Order, or that this group has planned and executed wars in the name of capitalism and corporate greed, or that this group coordinates the narratives played out by corporate media in covering major world events, then you are a peddler of fake news.

10. The Pentagon Budget.  If you deliberately neglect to mention the missing trillions of dollars from the Pentagon's budget, deny the importance of places like Area 51 for the development of top-secret technologies like UFO's, or fail to see that America's hundreds of military bases around the world are there to defend corporate empire at the expense of the world's poor, then you are a peddler of fake news.

11. The Surveillance State.  If you think Edward Snowden is a traitor rather than a hero for exposing the NSA's excesses, if you think the CIA's use of surveillance as revealed by Wikileaks' Vault 7 is fully justified on the grounds of national security, or that Donald Trump is wrong for alleging that he was illegally wiretapped during and after the election period, then you are a peddler of fake news.

12. The Occupation of Afghanistan.  If you think NATO troops are in Afghanistan to promote freedom and democracy, deny the overwhelming corporate interests of the West in securing the rights to that nation's oil, gas, and mineral resources, or promote the idea that American troops are trying to eradicate opium production rather than promote and profit from it to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars a year, then you are a peddler of fake news.

13. The Funding of ISIS.  If you think ISIS was a spontaneous creation of disgruntled Muslims who are out to destroy Israel, or think its leadership is at war with American neocons like John McCain, or deny the organization's direct creation and funding by Saudi Arabia, Israel, Britain and the United States to carry out a divide and conquer strategy that furthers Western elite interests, then you are a peddler of fake news.

14. The Russian Threat.  If you think Russia invaded the Ukraine and stole Crimea in 2014, believe that Vladimir Putin wants to create war with the United States and Europe, or adhere to the myth that Russia interfered in the US presidential election and helped elect Donald Trump, then you are a peddler of fake news.

15. The Pizzagate Conspiracy.  If you think James Alefantis and Comet Pizza are innocent of the charge of being behind a child trafficking ring in Washington, or believe the claims of widespread pedophilia among politicians in Washington is a made-up allegation with no facts to back to back it up, or deny the deep involvement of both Bill and Hillary Clinton in suppressing investigation into their own integral involvement in this child sex trafficking ring, then you are a peddler of fake news.

Let's add one more for good measure:  9-11.  If you still stick to the claim that 19 Arabs with boxcutters pulled off the tragic events of that day, believe Building 7 fell onto its own footprint at the speed of gravity due to "structural failures" unrelated to controlled demolition explosives, and that Flight 77 flew into the Pentagon, then you are a peddler of fake news.  Either that, or you've been in a coma for the past 16 years, or perhaps have had your head up your ass.

     Every one of these assertions is characterized by the mainstream media across the Western world as "fake news", thanks to the concerted efforts of Bilderberg-connected media titans to quash the truth.  But even a modicum of honest research into any one of these subjects will demonstrate their unshakeable truth.  So if you want to be part of the AWAKENING of humanity, and face the cold, hard ugly truth head-on, you need to pit all future reports by media outlets against this basic litmus test.  If the media you follow denies any of these basic facts about our world, you are unfortunately contributing to and are a victim of the fake news epidemic.

No comments:

Post a Comment