Friday, 25 July 2008

Fighting and Winning

Words of encouragement from the aristocratic wing of the human power elite:

Conspiracy theories are a convenient way for those who sympathise with terrorist aims to dodge moral responsibility for terrorist acts.
The same people claim that the twin towers were brought down by the CIA or Mossad.
Let’s also be clear.
Extremism is not confined to any particular religious or ethnic group.
During protests against the conflict in Lebanon, we witnessed the nauseating sight of well-scrubbed, middle class English people…
…marching through central London holding placards that read ‘We are all Hizbollah’.
That is the extremist mindset in action.
These are the same people who urge a boycott of Israeli goods and academics…
…while saying nothing about China, Iran or Zimbabwe.
Unless we challenge such attitudes and expose them for the morally-bankrupt nonsense they are…
they will spread through the body politic and become the received wisdom of millions.
There you have it, brothers and sisters.
The power structure realises the deadly threat of widespread disgust at elite criminality conspiropower.
They see where our masterplan leads, and their fear is palpable.

"It's afraid!"

8 comments:

Stef said...

we are soooooooo going to win!!

♫ ha ha ha ♫
♫ hee hee hee ♫
♫ i'm the laughing loon ♫
♫ and you can't stop me! ♫

Stef said...

what about those educated middle classes eh?

Dave's worried about them

Charlton-Charlie's equally concerned

and Georgie's well fucked off with their behaviour...

A few weeks ago the writer Mark Lynas found a counter-intuitive revelation buried in the small print of an ICM survey. The number of people in social classes D and E who thought the government should prioritise the environment over the economy was higher (56%) than the proportion in classes A and B (47%). It is counter-intuitive only because a vast and well-funded denial industry has spent years persuading us that environmentalism is a middle-class caprice.

The noble craft of gatekeeping is a lot more hard work and stressful than it used to be

paul said...

what about those educated middle classes eh?

Cameron's words sounded terrifyingly close to class hate to me.

Not David Cameron said...

Protocols of Zion, all the paranoid stuff taken off the internet...

Conspiracy theories are the enemies of truth. They are not harmless.

Put bluntly, conspiracy theories are exploited by men who want to kill us to recruit people to their cause.

Thankfully most people can see what rubbish conspiracy theories are. But it's not people with mainstream beliefs who decide to bomb commuters.

Go read some extremist literature.Talk to some extremists. Then go read conspiracy theory sites. You will find they have far more in common than you might ever have guessed....

paul said...

But it's not people with mainstream beliefs who decide to bomb commuters.

NATO: Train attack 'unfortunate' but unavoidable

Don't get more mainstream than nato,

and yes,there are far too many conspiracy theories of dubious value

wingnut said...

Put bluntly, conspiracy theories are exploited by men who want to kill us to recruit people to their cause.

An even more imposing wall of silence ensures that the British public remains largely unaware of the industrial killing of civilians in Britain's modern colonial wars. In his landmark work Unpeople: Britain's Secret Human Rights Abuses, the historian Mark Curtis uses three main categories: direct responsibility, indirect responsibility and active inaction.

"The overall figure [since 1945] is between 8.6 and 13.5 million," Curtis writes. "Of these, Britain bears direct responsibility for between four million and six million deaths. This figure is, if anything, likely to be an underestimate. Not all British interventions have been included, because of lack of data."


I don't think they need our help, do you?

Stef said...

Go read some extremist literature.Talk to some extremists. Then go read conspiracy theory sites. You will find they have far more in common than you might ever have guessed....

alternatively you could just pick up a copy of The Spectator or watch Newsnight or Question Time

Stef said...

... one point that seems to pass many Loonhunters right by, or is simply blown off as being of no consequence, is that quite a few of us Conspiraloons are not so much weaving our own fables as taking issue with those woven by others

and hate mongering licks donkey nuts whether it is peddled by the mainstream media or, dare I say it, misguided Loons