I just posted a jew-tube video below by Anthony Lawson. This guy is most definitely on “our side” of things. His videos are lucid presentations of anti-zionist philosophy and a major weapon in the battle against the judification that we all fight. Mr. Lawson stands head-and-shoulders above the majority of us out here with similar, if not exactly the same view of things.
But why? He isn’t saying much more than many of us out here keep banging on about. He understands the enemy and exposes it without hesitation…as many of us do, to be sure. And I certainly do not wish to denigrate his efforts, but to explain why I believe he, and others like him rise above us all. It’s that voice.
In Lawson’s case, he has that classically trained BBC type phrasing, that the listener believes instantly. It is a way of speaking that sounds immediately like fact. There are people out there that have those kind of innate vocal abilities. We are in dire need of such people. And there are those, that no matter how much they have to say…do not.
Case in point:David Cole. I once played a piece from his brilliant video expose’ about the holohoax, when someone was walking through the room. This person’s unsolicited comment was “Jeeze, turn that off will ya? That guy’s voice is the most irritating, whiny thing I have ever heard”. He was right. Such a voice can quickly supersede any message that the speaker wishes to convey. I’m sure you have heard such sounds coming from an otherwise believable speaker. Another such example is this young man. Although his words are passionate and deliberate, his voice and mannerisms are that of soft-spoken gentleman…not a leader.
TJPTB fully understand this phenomenon. They have since the early days of their film-making. There are certain voices to which you will pay little attention, even if they are speaking the truth. And there are voices that can make you believe virtually anything.
From Walter Cronkite to Rachel Maddow, the voice is the thing.
I’m sure it has something to do with DNA and how we wish to hear pleasing speech deliver our group message…but just as it is naturally preferable to have such articulate sounds covering our herd’s intent, it can also be used against us. I cite one of the most stirring speeches in the past 25 years, delivered by Barack Obama after his election. A well written speech…for good or bad, can manipulate emotions without the listener ever really hearing the words. Yes, our puppet-in-chief has such a voice. But of course when you are talking about video as well, you must also have the physical presence and the ability to act as if what your are saying is true. Once you have all these deceptions working, what you are actually saying makes little difference.
We also have such voices on the side of right. But we are failing to use them as effectively as the jewish-owned media.
When we listen to Alex Jones, spewing invective against the machine, it stirs most of us…of course until we dissect what he is actually saying, and more importantly not saying. It is easy to get behind a voice like his. He “almost” speaks your mind, and he is audibly believable. Whereas someone like Ron Paul, who has a weak and a bit irritating demeanor will not be followed en-mass no matter what he is saying. Although I certainly don’t agree with this politician, that is somewhat alternative… I could have told you from the start of his “movement” ,if you will, that he is the wrong man to deliver any message. He simply doesn’t have the voice for it.
Perhaps I am stating the obvious here, but from FDR and Churchill, to today’s purveyors of propaganda….political or social, it’s the great and the distinctive voice that will ALWAYS sell the product, whatever it is. And if you can marshal such human sounds with someone that can think on their feet, then you have a true VOICE for your cause. Without these talents, you have lost your bid to influence anyone.
So kudos to Mr. Lawson, and may we find more minds like his with the correct vocal chords attached to them.
For the rest of us…we should keep away from microphones and keep scribbling.