Hitler and Lenin Would Be Thrilled
by Phil Vasile on September 19, 2018 at 3:26 PM
Imagine, it is either the early 1900’s or the late 1930’s. In the early 1900’s Lenin was trying to create the new Soviet Union. Although most Russians were socialists, they didn’t want communism. As such, Lenin could not label himself as someone bringing communism to Russia. So, what did he do? He called himself something that the Russian public could accept — a Democratic Socialist. A democratic government is a good thing, and the Russians were already in a socialist environment. What could be wrong with a Democratic Socialist? If he additionally had a Twitter or Facebook to spread his propaganda, imagine his speed of success. To have a corporate tool that he could control, and use to control ‘conversation’ in Russia, he would have succeeded even much faster!
If Hitler, for example, only had a Twitter and/or a Facebook to disseminate his propaganda and shut up those ‘resisting’ his take-over of Germany, imagine how fast he could turn the tide and win not only Germany, but much of Europe. Instead of the difficult capture of Jews through investigation, he could use conversation via the corporate tools we use today to seek out his enemies.
If only both men had the ability to spread ‘hate filled rhetoric’ around their country to divide the people, imagine how much more successful they would have been with their missions and in much shorter times.
Today we see Alex Jones being silenced on all media and some think that’s a good thing, but is it? If he is being silenced, who else is being shut down? (Kris “Tanto” Paronto)
What lies are being told by the media? Is this paranoia, propaganda, or reality? What would Sun Tsu have to say about our situation? Consider just a few ideas from him.
- Know your enemy and know yourself (We really missed the mark on this one.)
- All warfare is based on deception (Americans are being deceived daily.)
- Engage people with what they expect; it is what they are able to discern and confirms their projections. It settles them into predictable patterns of response, occupying their minds while you wait for the extraordinary moment — that which they cannot anticipate. (When the rubberband snaps, it will happen quickly.)
- The greatest victory is that which requires no battle.
The American people must wake up soon or find themselves in the same situation as those in Russia in the early 1900’s. It is sad to say however that we have numerous poleznym pridurok people eager to eat up whatever nonsense is fed to them.
Open your eyes and mind to see what is real, right in front of you. If not, don’t complain when you find yourself eating borscht.