Monday, October 24, 2016

Wikileaks exposes 1984

Wikileaks has been ignored by the major media, as expected, but it has released material that not even George Orwell dreamed up.

Media in full NEWSPEAK mode

As many of us have documented, the media has been manipulating the public with tactics right out of Orwell's book 1984.

Thanks to wikileaks, we have direct evidence of how they've been doing it.

And now they are in full NEWSPEAK mode, to the point where they don't even care if the public knows they are colluding with the Democrats, first to defeat Bernie Sanders, and now to defeat Donal Trump.

The latest:

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Hillary manipulates child actor

Fake "random" questioners and getting questions before interviews is routine for Hillary, but the major media have no problem with it.

The Spanglevision analysis is awesome.

And, of course, Hillary supporters celebrate the fake question because it fits their narrative. They don't care that the entire thing is staged.

My favorite part is how the NYTimes and CNN covered the fake "random" questioner. It's a wonder to behold.

Then there's this:

If Julian Assange doesn't get on with it, others are going to release material before he does.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

NEWSPEAK in action

Banning words and phrases is an essential element of NEWSPEAK.

Now they're getting specific:

University distributes seven-page speech guide

Student leaders of this year’s freshman orientation at James Madison University were given a list of 35 things they should avoid saying, including phrases such as “you have such a pretty face,” “love the sinner, hate the sin,” “we’re all part of the human race,” “I treat all people the same,” “it was only a joke,” “I never owned slaves,” and “people just need to pick themselves up by their bootstraps,” among other expressions.
Those phrases and others on the list “widen the diversity gap” and do not “create a safe and inclusive environment,” according to the seven-page handout, a copy of which was provided to The College Fix by a campus spokesman.
Adapted from Dr. Maura Cullen’s book “35 Dumb Things Well-Intended People Say: Surprising Things We Say that Widen the Diversity Gap,” the list also classifies some compliments and encouraging words, such as calling someone “cute” or saying “I know exactly how you feel,” as a no-no.
Many of the “dumb” statements also pertained to race. “I don’t see color,” “I’m colorblind” and “I don’t see difference. We’re all part of the same race, the human race” were all advised against. “If you are going to live in this country, learn to speak the language” also made the list.
After each phrase, an explanation as to why it should be avoided was given. Expressions on race allegedly make people of color feel invisible and diminish their life experiences, the handout states. Statements of empathy supposedly “shuts the other person down,” it adds. Saying to LBGTQ people “what you do in the privacy of your own bedroom is your business” is “hurtful and annoying” because it does not acknowledge the quality and depth of their relationship outside the bedroom, the handout states.
The last item on the list warns against labeling something as political correct, calling it “an attempt to shut the other person up.”
James Madison University’s director of communications Bill Wyatt told The College Fix via email that “this was just an exercise, prior to orientation, to get our volunteers to understand how language affects others. The list was not distributed to our first-year students nor were the volunteers instructed not to use the phrases.”
Yet page one of the handout, written by JMU, reads that orientation leaders should “use this handout as a resource” to help accomplish the goal of creating a “safe and inclusive environment for your first year students.”
They were also called upon by the handout to “take some time to reflect on your prejudices and biases, and how that might affect your interactions with students.”
The full list of 35 “dumb” expressions is:
1. “Some of my best friends are …”
2. “I know exactly how you feel.”
3. “I don’t think of you as …”
4. “The same thing happens to me too.”
5. “It was only a joke! Don’t take things so seriously.”
6. What do ‘your’ people think.”
7. “What are you?” or “Where are you really from?”
8. “I don’t see color” or “I’m color blind.”
9. “You are so articulate.”
10. “It is so much better than it used to be. Just be patient.”
11. “You speak the language very well.”
12. Asking black people about their hair or hygiene.
13. Saying to LBGTQ people “what you do in the privacy of your own bedroom is your business.”
14. “Yes, but you are a ‘good’ one.”
15. “You have such a pretty face.”
16. “I never owned slaves.”
17. “If you are going to live in this country, learn to speak the language!”
18. “She/he is a good person. She/he didn’t mean anything by it.”
19. “When I’ve said the same thing to other people like you, they don’t mind.”
20. Calling women “girls, honey, sweetie pie” or other familiar terms.
21. When people of color say, “It is not the same thing.”
22. When people of faith say, “Love the sinner, hate the sin.”
23. When white men say, “We are the ones being discriminated against now!”
24. Referring to older people as “cute.”
25. Asking a transgender person, “What are you really? A man or a woman?”
26. Referring to the significant other, partner, or spouse of a same gender couple as their “friend.”
27. “Why do ‘they’ (fill in the blank) always have to sit together? They are always sticking together.”
28. “People just need to pick themselves up by their bootstraps.”
29. People with disabilities are “courageous.”
30. “That’s so gay/queer. That’s so retarded.”
31. “I don’t see difference. We are all part of the same race, the human race.”
32. I don’t care if you are pink, purple or orange, I treat all people the same.”
33. Asking a transgender person, “Have you had the operation.”
34. Saying to a Jewish person, “You are so lucky to have ‘your’ Christmas spread over a week!”
35. “Here’s another book on political correctness.”
Click here to read the entire document.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Best Summary of the election choice so far

How to counteract NEWSPEAK:

The people of Colorado know what it takes to rebuild this country.
This is a state with a rich immigrant history, and a rich Latino history. Though you hail from all regions of the world, you are united by this one thing: You are all Americans.
And, as Americans, you are entitled to the same protections as every other American. Everyone lawfully living inside our borders are entitled to the same things: safe communities, a great education, and access to high-paying jobs.
This is the change I will deliver. Hillary Clinton has been there for 30 years and delivered nothing but failure. Her policies have brought death and destruction overseas, and poverty at home. She also put Iran on the path to Nuclear weapons, and on the path to a massive infusion of cash and resources– including the lifting of sanctions on banks used to finance their missile program.
In America, she’s brought massive poverty for everyone, but especially African-American and Hispanic Citizens.
She’s turned a blind eye to rising crime, and has no solutions for the suffering people in Chicago, and Baltimore, and all across our nation. Instead, she attacks the police.
She opposes school choice, and wants to trap poor African-American and Hispanic children in failing government schools – because she wants the money from the teachers’ union.
Hillary Clinton supports Obamacare, and wants to expand it – Obamacare is an absolute disaster. Premiums in Colorado are set to go up another 20 percent – the only way to stop this disaster is to vote Trump.
Hillary Clinton also supports the terrible trade deals, like Bill Clinton’s NAFTA and China’s entry into the World Trade Organization – and next she wants the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the deal she calls the “Gold Standard.”
Colorado has lost more than 1 in 7 manufacturing jobs since the NAFTA and China deals.
But while you’ve lost out, Hillary Clinton has raked in cash from her contributors. She and Bill have made $150 million in speeches to special interests. They gave 39 speeches to Big Banks, including $2 million in speaking fees from Goldman Sachs. And never forget Hillary’s deal that allowed Russia to get 20% of America’s uranium.
To hide her corruption, Hillary Clinton put her emails on an illegal secret server open to foreign hacking. Then she deleted and bleached 33,000 emails – after a congressional subpoena — to hide them from the public. She lies to Congress, under oath, and her staffers took the fifth amendment and got immunity deals. It’s worse than Watergate.
The investigation of Hillary Clinton was rigged, and it’s a shame, and it’s one of the saddest things that have ever taken place in our nation.
We have become a Banana Republic.
Now, today, we learned, that the FBI made a side deal with Clinton’s top aides to DESTROY their laptops.
Hillary Clinton is the ringleader of a criminal enterprise that has corrupted our government at the highest levels, and the American people have one chance to stop it – by showing up and voting on November 8th.
People have had it with the years, the decades of Clinton Corruption.
Now, another issue I want to address today is immigration. Colorado is filled with wonderful hardworking immigrants. It is these hardworking immigrants who stand to lose the most from our open borders immigration policy.
Illegal immigration, and broken visa programs, take jobs directly from Hispanic workers living here lawfully today.
Illegal immigration also brings with it massive crime, and massive drugs – including a terrible heroin problem right here in Colorado.
We are going to build a border wall, and we are going to stop the drugs, gangs and the violence from pouring into Colorado.