Tag Archives: demonization

ZC Weapons: Harnessing of Hate

The Zionists are a kind of absurdity in addition to being a pestilence. They always want war yet they never want to fight, so they create loads of propaganda in order to set groups of goyim into conflict with one … Continue reading

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Starship Troopers: Spaced Out Fascists

If there is anything Hollywood hates more than anything else, it’s fascism. The reason is very simple: fascism is de-humanizing and with Hollywood being obsessed with humanism, this makes fascism very evil. So they have to tell their audience just … Continue reading

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“The Nazis” as a Showpiece

Recently, I have covered historical white washing propaganda and Allied boasting by looking at three films about World War II. However, this propaganda technique is actually more prevalent on the peripheries of the media/information sphere. There are actually many more … Continue reading

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“Battle of Britain” and Allied Boasting

The 1969 film Battle of Britain is a decently made war film that attempts to portray the air campaign of the Fall of 1940, which was fought over the English Channel and the southern UK. It is a British production … Continue reading

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The Irony of “Conspiracy”

The word “conspiracy” is most often heard today as being on the fringes of the information sphere. This is largely due to the nature of what a conspiracy is, something deliberately not made public, however it is also a way … Continue reading

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Fatherland: An Alternate Version of Popular Absurdity

In 1994 a made-for-TV movie called Fatherland was shown on HBO. It was based on the “alternate history” novel of the same name by Robert Harris, which had been published two years prior. The film adaptation has many differences, but … Continue reading

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One Example of Idiocy in the Mass Media

One of my Polish-American kin, Alex Storozynski, wrote this article on his Huffington Post blog. I used to respect Storozynski as he is passionate promoter of Polish culture in the New York City area. He usually tries to get Polish-Americans … Continue reading

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