by Jon Rappoport
May 16, 2022
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In reporting on the Buffalo shooting, Drudge prints a series of headlines at the upper left of the page:
* Buffalo shooter targeted Black neighborhood…
* Was inspired by racist theory underpinning global carnage…
* Scene like Armageddon…
* Terrified shoppers jumped in freezers…
* Gov. calls for social media crackdown; ‘Instruments of evil’…
* Copycats becoming deadlier… Grim chronology…
* UPDATE: One dead, multiple injured in CA church shooting; Taiwanese congregation…
The key phrases are “inspired by racist theory underpinning,” and “social media crackdown.”
The whole point is convincing people to believe in the INCITEMENT narrative, when it comes to free speech:
“You see, we have to limit what people can post and write and say, because OTHER PEOPLE will be inspired by words to commit evil and violent crimes.”
This is the preferred method of social engineering and mind control these days.
Of course, it’s selective. No “liberal” in his right mind would suggest that leaking the Supreme Court opinion to overturn Roe v Wade incited people to gather at Justices’ homes to try to try to intimidate the Court. Of course not.
But racist posts online incited a white man to commit mass murder of black people in Buffalo. Sure. Right.
Taking the incitement narrative further, we’re supposed to blame the content of online racist posts for the mass murder, instead of focusing on the single shooter himself and saying he is solely responsible for the murders he committed.
Because putting responsibility on his head takes away the effect of the social engineering con.
We have to clamp down hard on social media and censor until the cows come home—to prevent mass murders. That’s what we’re supposed to believe.
Of course, any language in any context can be blamed for inciting someone else.
You write a series of tweets—and a few months later, a print-out of the tweets is found in a locker along with 6000 pages of other material; and the locker was rented by a man who just killed six shoppers in a mall—so you’re guilty of inciting.
Drudge goes for the tabloid effect. He could have posted links to any number of statements about free speech and the Constitution recently posted by authors…but where is the lurid payoff in doing that?
Here’s the picture you’re supposed to see: out there in the country, there are hundreds of men just waiting for the verbal trigger that will set them off. Without those triggers (posts, tweets), they would NEVER cause harm. It’s the triggers that are the problem. The triggers must be eliminated. Censored.
That’s what you’re supposed to see and believe, instead of realizing that a few men out there are already inclined to commit mass murder, and come hell or high water, they’ll FIND a reason to go on a rampage. And no amount of censorship will stop them.
And guess what? This is exactly the situation that applies to rabid censors. No matter what, they will find a reason to impose censorship on the population. They’ll find a reason, and it will align with their political and social agendas.
That’s called reality.
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