The Royal Wedding: Postmodernist Cultural Propaganda

The recent royal wedding raised eyebrows, a non-white person marrying into a long-running Anglo royal bloodline has always been unthinkable, in this day and age of mass-manipulation, this is no longer so.

Monarchy. What people think: “Royal weddings, crowns, treating royalty as celebrities.”

What it really is: A system of statecraft based on philosophical principles in which men are ordained by God and exercise fatherly rule over their people. Reflecting the eternal order.

Royal weddings historically had political significance, a monarch would marry off their offspring to other royalty in exchange for a mutual diplomatic boost. The marriage between Harry Windsor and Meghan Markle is political too, just not in the way you’d expect — it’s a marriage with postmodernism, associating a historic icon of Britishness with the characteristics of multiculturalism. Or, it could all be a “coincidence” that a long line of European royal blood now has chosen to go non-Anglo (I don’t think so).

No doubt the royals, who hold no real power now — and are in the pockets of the major banking families, have been coerced to bring a minority ethnicity person into the family as a powerful postmodernist “progressive” symbol to further undermine Western identity and promote “multiculturalism” — in reality this is not at all about “multiculturalism”, it’s about monoculturalism, except the new presiding culture (within a few decades) will not be Western, it will be a third world culture of willing, dysgenic serfs who will vote away everything this country ever was — to achieve this; nationalistic, savvy indigenous ethnic groups must get the boot.

It was a massive advertisement for cultural Marxism & miscegenation.

The royal wedding acted as a worldwide advertisement (a few billion may have tuned in to watch it) for the Rothschild/banker-backed Kalergi plan and the “Pan-European” movement; the message being that Europe is no longer ‘European’ in the classical, traditional, multinational sense; it is to be redefined by conquest or consent, to take on the identity of a “federation of nations” under the control of the unelected, globalist lapdog politicians based in Brussels. To become truly transnational, Europe’s collective ethnicity must become mixed breed, the product of thorough and widespread miscegenation. This will create a multiracial, dysgenic population, with no clear sense of tradition or identity, and therefore can be easily controlled by the ruling elite.

Outlined in the Kalergi plan.

“The man of the future will be of mixed race. The races and classes of today will gradually disappear due to the elimination of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-negroid race of the future, similar in appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the current diversity of peoples and the diversity of individuals. Instead of destroying European Judaism, Europe, against her will, refined and educated this people, driving them to their future status as a leading nation through this artificial evolutionary process. It’s not surprising that the people that escaped from the Ghetto-Prison, became the spiritual nobility of Europe. Thus, the compassionate care given by Europe created a new breed of aristocrats. This happened when the European feudal aristocracy crashed because of the emancipation of the Jews [due to the actions taken by the French Revolution]”

What’s more, the Islamic, third world culture that will be brought in with mass-migration will be one poorly accustomed to the liberties, secularism & empiricism of the West — this will, undoubtedly, negatively influence the political decisions of such groups, much to the ruling elite’s advantage.

Overall, mass immigration is a phenomenon the causes of which are cleverly concealed by the political elites, powerful multicultural propaganda pushed though corporate PR machines such as this latest big royal wedding making all the headlines is employed to falsely portray mass immigration & miscegenation as an inevitable and positive thing.

A major symbol of national cohesion has been subverted.

Perhaps one of the great cultural symbols of Britishness, the Commonwealth and Western values — the royal family — has capitulated. It’s so painfully obviously an attempt to get lukewarm patriots to turn against cultural and ethnic homogeneity and embrace minority groups, groups that have no interest in Western values, most of these groups being low IQ economic migrants seeking to benefit from state welfare, no loyalty to the wider community or national identity — these people will be easily divided as the state feeds them the victim narrative; crushing what little integration that could have taken place into the dust.

The message delivered through the mixed-race ‘cosmopolitan’, and ‘modern’ royal wedding is that Britain is no longer British in the sense that isn’t sympathetic to globalism; the traditional, sensible Britain of old.

Now the doors are wide open, the new Britain will be one devoid of identity, the borders will dissolve as the population, irreverent and lacking identity votes for their enslavement.

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See the anti-white angle the media has taken on the wedding.

Meghan is a useful symbol of multiculturalism, feminism, and the overarching postmodernist agenda. That’s all this is about. Harry was introduced to Meghan and was likely instructed to marry her as part of a globalist social engineering plan; the rest, as they say, is “history”.

The Architecture of Language: Words And Their Power

Words are the definitive gateway to information; our comprehension of them, their arrangement, their tonality — the etymology of words holds the power of rhetoric, obfuscation, and also sub-topics such as phonologicalmorphologicalsyntactic, and semantic complexity.

Words are an undisputed facet of sociological soft power; if you sweep a pattern of language throughout a population, it will rule over itself and become a self-regulating hive mind, our exposure to something (such as language) correlates with our resulting subconscious identity, to change the social landscape is to get people accustomed to it and become part of it whether willingly or not, and then to defend it as an extension of themselves.

Soft power is: “a persuasive approach to international relations, typically involving the use of economic or cultural influence.”

propaganda-14-638“Wordier” language and verbosity is associated with knowledge, intelligence, professionalism, and the scholarly — as a result, flowery language is used liberally in masking areas that officials don’t want public meddling, they’ll also refer to “the professional opinion” as if to encourage viewers to let the “professional” do the thinking for them on the issue. Unsurprisingly, this “professional” spokesperson is often cherry-picked to back their angle on the information.

What you can’t properly understand you can’t begin to control or influence meaningfully.

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I can’t verify whether Juncker said this, however this sums up the kind of attitude much of the establishment has. Dependence on irreverence and ignorance.

On the other hand; simple, immediately accessible, well-articulated language is plastered over information that officials want to rapidly permeate social consciousness, it comes attached with key sociological catalysts; the emotional hook; a palatable story travels very far.

There is no topic complex enough that it cannot be taught in simple, understandable ‘layman’s’ terms that offers meaningful insight, yet simple stories for mainstream media remain too simplistic and unavailing in their delivery, mostly offering an entry-level insight with an authoritative tone, one that asserts affirmative information with no basis to make such a claim.

They can get away with this, build up the false reputation, the suits and ties, the “working studio” backdrop, these people look like professionals — and by professional, I really mean yes-men taught to write persuasively, acting as well-trained, domesticated mouthpieces for the elites.

Obfuscation has been notably used in the vaccine industry controversy, Jon Rappoport explains,

“For example: shuffling various disease and disorder labels; studies claiming there is no link between vaccines and autism; the hoops the government makes parents jump through, in order to try to obtain financial compensation for their damaged children; the legal deal allowing vaccine manufacturers to avoid law suits; the invented cover stories claiming autism begins in utero or is a genetic disorder; the pretension that autism has even been defined-

All lies. All avoidances.

A child gets a vaccine. The child suffers brain damage. That happens.

Then why does the government say, over and over, that vaccines are safe? Because they want to lie.

Vaccine damage is being called autism.

It diverts attention from the grave harm vaccines are causing.

Autism is essentially any kind of severe neurological damage a child suffers from ‘unknown’ causes.

There is not a day that goes by without the media reminding us about who and what type of people we should be afraid of (and who we should trust), this authoritative tone is how they choose to deliver their language.

Likewise, complex terms in the mainstream are wordy, yet just as simplistic as the former, saying a lot but actually explaining very little; sophistic. This inflationary use of language permeates all mainstream media.

Hence — economics for example, money (the exchange process upon which human civilization depends) is shrouded in jargon, inaccessible, dense language that dissuades the curious mind — to crush our diction, a deluge of simpleton’s language sweeps into our consciousness day in, day out, via social media, TV, and other platforms of mainstream manufactured media (they actively demand simple, stripped-down language in all journalistic writing).

George Orwell’s 1984 spoke of the ‘destruction of words’:

“It’s a beautiful thing, the Destruction of words. Of course the great wastage is in the verbs and adjectives, but there are hundreds of nouns that can be got rid of as well. It isn’t only the synonyms; there are also the antonyms. After all, what justification is there for a word, which is simply the opposite of some other word? A word contains its opposite in itself. Take ‘good,’ for instance. If you have a word like ‘good,’ what need is there for a word like ‘bad’? ‘Ungood’ will do just as well – better, because it’s an exact opposite, which the other is not. Or again, if you want a stronger version of ‘good,’ what sense is there in having a whole string of vague useless words like ‘excellent’ and ‘splendid’ and all the rest of them? ‘Plusgood’ covers the meaning or ‘doubleplusgood’ if you want something stronger still. Of course we use those forms already, but in the final version of Newspeak there’ll be nothing else. In the end the whole notion of goodness and badness will be covered by only six words – in reality, only one word. Don’t you see the beauty of that, Winston? It was B.B.’s idea originally, of course,” he added as an afterthought. 

By curtailing frivolous and “fighting” words, the Party seeks to narrow the range of thought altogether, such that eventually, thoughtcrime will be literally impossible.

Words are the hallmarks of our thought.

The soft power of inhibiting and centralizing a population’s vocabulary goes a long way in limiting the scope of that population’s thought — word control is thought control, if you can’t fathom the words to express how you feel, or the patterns of language in your head are repetitive and hypnotic; drawing upon language for an original & critical insight becomes difficult.

When all you hear is the same story repackaged on the many media outlets (all owned by the same few companies) your conscious recall can only think to draw from their small pool of hyper-centralized, dumbed-down, echo-chambered information. Most of mainstream ‘news’ is the weather, unimportant bulletins, and sports, ad nauseam.

The conscious mind is flooded with trash, the unconscious mind (where individual thought happens) is, as a result, overridden, the compartmentalization of thought by repeating the dimensions of accepted reality each and every moment of each and every day.

Like the brutally revolting, inarticulate minimalism of post-modernist architecture, the simplification of language is making the linguistic cultural landscape equally ugly and inexpressive; the death of individual expression is upon us.

Read any book from pre-WW2 era and the language is an expressive display of terminology and diction. Every word a gateway to yet more information, a whole new topic for each term — modern language glosses over this for the sake of ‘minimalism’, it argues that simple is better (true in some cases, so long as there is actually meaningful expression).

“Don’t you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it. Every concept that can ever be needed will be expressed by exactly one word, with its meaning rigidly defined and all its subsidiary meanings rubbed out and forgotten.” — 1984, George Orwell

The rise of “text speak”, memes, and emoticons/emojis is another indication language as we know it is declining into irreverence. This slackened speech has brought about a situation where people don’t want to write to express themselves, apathy has risen to dangerous levels — formality itself has lost its role outside of the workplace, as a society we cannot seem to take issues seriously on an individual basis outside of paid work, we quickly relapse into the clutches of memes and sound-bite news feeds; all fast food for language comprehension and engagement.

Emoticons have an emotional pretense, they indicate our feelings, rather than our articulated thoughts and reasoning.

Mumble rap is a prime example of the cultural degradation of language, a form of music that involves poor lyrics and slurred, nearly inaudible speech; the elites are pulling strings to get this trash over-represented in our culture; popularity and fame is an illusion today, if you buy into it without your own independent assessment of the cultural landscape, you help to perpetuate this controlled cultural decline.

LGBTQ, compelled speech, and political correctness.

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With the rise of major social group-think in the latter part of the 20th century through to the present day, the inability to even use certain words, phrases, and lines of thought is worrying.

Off-limits topics such as race realism, critique of Israel, the major banking families & their associated power structures, questioning the Holocaust, migration, advocating nationalism, and so on, has produced a fearful population unable to step ‘outside of the box’, we have been cornered into a mental prison.

The postmodernist bubble lacks a value structure, it lacks structure full-stop, it’s a deconstructionist ideology aimed at liquidizing Western culture and Western social and political structures that get in the way of establishing a world order. The sooner we all can realize this, the better.

 

 

U.S. On Iran Nukes Allegations: Another Fabrication

Recently in a presentation, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu allegedly revealed the “secret atomic archive” of the Globalist opponent and the Chinese and Russian affiliated state of Iran, a nuclear weapons programme which was allegedly ended in 2003, Netanyahu claims to cite 55,000 pages of documents and another 55,000 files on 183 CDs, outlining four ways the Iranian government was lying. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the documents proved “beyond any doubt” that Iran had not told the truth.

In response to the allegations, Tehran accuses Netanyahu of lying — with an Iranian spokesman describing Mr Netanyahu as an “infamous liar who has had nothing to offer except lies and deceits”.

To bolster Iran’s counter-claim, The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says it has “no credible” evidence Iran was working on developing a nuclear “explosive device” after 2009.

Furthermore, Iran’s President, Hassan Rouhani, has described state possession of nuclear weapons as contradictory to Iran’s “fundamental religious and ethical convictions”.

Craig Murray, a British Journalist, was censored by Facebook for criticizing Israel’s hypocrisy.

Hostility between Israel and Iran, already diametric enemies, has grown as Iran builds up its military in Syria, on Israel’s doorstep in defense of Syria’s territorial sovereignty in the wake of Israeli occupation of the Golan heights and wider U.S. occupation of Syria, occupying nearly one third of Syria’s sovereign territory.

Now, the 2015 JCPOA between Iran, the US, China, Russia, Germany, France and Britain, a deal that agreed on limiting Iranian nuclear activity in return for the lifting of crippling international economic sanctions looks as if it may be coming to an end as Trump warns the US will abandon the deal on 12 May if his concerns are not addressed.

It’s too soon to say whether this will constitute an excuse to invade Iran and spark a hot conflict — but it will likely mean resumed economic sanctions on Iran for not playing ball with U.S. & Israeli foreign policy.

The U.S. loves to posit fake disarmament deals that it always breaks, gaining an independent nation’s trust then betraying said trust, sponsoring instability in said nation, advocating regime change in said nation, and, if all else fails — a false-flag backed ground invasion. The U.S. has already tried to sponsor a false uprising in Iran.

If we just look to how Iraq under Saddam Hussein received arms and support from Washington to attack and invade Iran. This de facto agreement, encouraged the Iraqi leader to assume that collaboration between nationalist Iraq and imperial Washington reflected a shared common agenda. Subsequently Baghdad believed that they had tacit US support in a territorial dispute with Kuwait. When Saddam invaded, the US bombed, devastated, invaded, occupied and partitioned Iraq.

The attempt by Iraq to collaborate with Washington in the 1980’s against its nationalist neighbor Iran, led to the invasion, the destruction of the country, the killing of thousands of secular leaders including Saddam Hussein as well as the entire secular and scientific intelligentsia, and the transformation of Iraq into a toothless vassal state of the empire.

Other examples of Washington’s duplicity in its “deal making”.

With the elections of Donald Trump, the US rejected the agreement (‘it’s the worst deal ever’) and in compliance with the Israeli Prime Minister B. Netanyahu’s military agenda, demanded the total restoration of sanctions, the dismantling of Iran’s entire military defenses and its submission to the US, Israeli and Saudi Arabian dictates in the Middle East.

In other words, President Trump discarded the agreement in opposition to all the major countries in Europe and Asia, in favor of Israel’s demands to isolate, disarm and attack Iran and impose a puppet regime in Tehran.

“The strategic goal is disarmament in order to facilitate military and political intervention leading up to and beyond defeat, occupation, regime change; the impositions of a‘client regime’ to facilitate the pillage of economic resources and the securing of military bases, international alignment with the US empire and a military springboard for further conquests against neighbors and independent adversaries.” — Prof. James Petras

These recent allegations from Israel backed by the U.S., in light of recent Iranian military posturing following the April 7th Syria strikes seems more suited to a “back off” gesture from the Western alliance, in essence, saying “we can and will hold your feet to the fire” (by reimposing crippling sanctions) over these allegations. If they have any further, graver, implications in targeting Iran — these will unfold with time.