If you are a regular reader here, you will have noted that I tend to stay away from hot topics. 9/11, Chilean miners, BP and yes even the two wars raging as I type. You could fill a Wal-Mart with all the text that has been and is being written on these subjects…daily. My views on these items would get lost somewhere over near ladies wear, I’m sure. I don’t know if all possible opinions about these topics have been expressed in print, but I wouldn’t be surprised. I have no new wisdom to impart about the media’s subject de jour. To me most of them are distractions.
Distractions are very useful tools. The tribe that runs the media are fully aware of this. The other day while talking to a friend, the subject of the 33 Chilean miners came up. I made the off-hand comment that it was obviously a scam. The look on this person’s face was priceless. Within the span of about 47 micro-seconds it went from “what are you talking about?” to “I never thought of that” to “yeah, I can kinda see that” to “what a scam!” to “those bastards!” to “yeah, I get it” to his actual words: “Yep…obviously. Did you see how fat and healthy they looked after spending over a month down there?”
It’s just that simple to crack a walnut. To bring silly-ass distractions crashing down around the feet. To show the audience that the table they think they see, is actually a mirrored reflection behind which the magician’s assistant is crouching.
I don’t wish to claim mystic powers of observation concerning this daily slight-of-hand. It’s just a frame of reference, or a “tool” that anyone can use…if they choose. When you use it long enough you will understand that the conclusions that it brings make a hell of a lot more sense than watching the mirrored reflection and believing in magic.
As a matter of fact, the more you let the magician and his pretty assistant distract you, the more it is possible for you to be distracted. Does that make sense? It has to do with dumbing down. It can happen to you.
So when I see any story being pushed by the jewish MSM, I look for something happening somewhere else from which the story is trying to distract my attention. That is usually found in alternative foreign media over which the tribe has little if any control. It’s like clockwork. If israhell is bombing Palestine again, or some jewish bankster in the Netherlands was caught eating children….you will see some irrelevant HOT story coming of the press about “boy locked in refrigerator eats own foot”. These types of MSM stories are signals that zionist jews are doing something, somewhere that they don’t want you to know about. The result of all this distracting activity, over time, has the effect of making reality itself in the Occident ridiculous. As it was once said by a jew no less:
“We are in the process of creating what deserves to be called the idiot culture. Not an idiot sub-culture, which every society has bubbling beneath the surface and which can provide harmless fun; but the culture itself. For the first time, the weird and the stupid and the coarse are becoming our cultural norm, even our cultural ideal.”
Carl Bernstein, U.S. journalist. Guardian (London, June 3, 1992)
(a tip of the hat to Greg Bacon)
Under the guise of “human interest”, these intentionally distracting news items are becoming headlines in the papers we read, and in our brains. We become obsessed by them…while the magician is removing our wallets.
So subtracting my views on truly huge stories about which everyone opines, and the daily junkfood fair of the MSM, what is left for my dissection, and keeping in mind my love of “connections”, I try to ferret out the larger meanings of the smaller occurrences. Like the “Men In Black”, I get my tips from the misinterpreted events of the day. And so, I think…should we all.