Monday, December 7, 2015

Almost Time: Totalitarian End Game Approaches, Turkey, Erdogan And ISIS

Totalitarian end game is here: New York Times calls for nationwide gun confiscation from law-abiding Americans

It is now obvious to nearly everyone that the leftist mainstream media is actively working on the same team as ISIS. Not only has this media -- the NYT, CNN, WashPost, etc. -- deliberately covered up the real threat of ISIS and radical Islam in America; it is now demanding that all Americans be disarmed so that ISIS terrorists will meet no armed citizens whatsoever as they escalate their terrorism and mass murder across America.

CNN, for example, blacked out any mention of the word "Muslim" when covering the breaking news of the San Bernardino shooting. Every leftist media outlet in the nation has demanded the continuation of the absurd national policy of wholly unprotected borders that allow terrorists to easily enter the country. And now the New York Times is directly calling for the nationwide, government-run confiscation of firearms from all Americans.

The leftist media -- much like ISIS itself -- has now become the direct enemy of the American people. Have no illusions of what the New York Times is now calling for: Squads of jack-booted government thugs going door to door, raiding private homes and demanding people surrender their firearms and thereby make themselves completely vulnerable to home robberies, violent crime and terrorism at their doorstep.

This gun confiscation effort, of course, must be carried out at gunpoint, unambiguously demonstrating that gun control isn't about eliminating all the guns in America; it's about monopolizing all the guns in the hands of the government... the same government that uses the IRS as a political weapon to terrorize conservative groups... the same government that prosecutes natural healers and alternative cancer doctors who save lives... the same government that demands all your children be vaccinated or injected with chemotherapy even without parental consent and in complete violation of not just the Geneva Convention, but the core principles of human rights.

The New York Times, in publishing this call for nationwide gun confiscation, is now calling for the very same monopolization of weapons in the hands of government that we see in countries like North Korea. A totalitarian society, the NYT ridiculous argues, is a "safe" society.

And yet, even if ever law-abiding citizen in America turns in their guns (or has them taken away at gunpoint by government thugs), does anyone believe ISIS terrorists will voluntarily turn in their guns, too?

Of course they won't.

How about violent criminals? Rapists? Muggers? Robbers? Carjackers? Kidnappers? Property thieves? Are they going to turn in all their guns, too, for the "good of society" as ridiculously demanded by the NYT?

Of course not.

Even more importantly, if the Obama administration were to actually call for nationwide gun confiscation, it would set off a mass citizens' revolt rooted in nationwide non-compliance and very likely an armed citizens' response against any member of law enforcement stupid enough to go busting in doors demanding everybody's guns.

Mark my words: Gun confiscation is the tipping point for Civil War in America. While a few silly, obedient liberals who live in cities might be convinced to turn in their guns, rural America will simply not obey such unconstitutional, tyrannical demands by a criminal government regime.

That the New York Times believes in such illegal behavior by the government regime currently in office is absolute proof of just how great a threat the NYT is to the freedoms and public safety of this nation. It also reveals exactly what the radical leftist media has had planned all along... this isn't "gun control"; it's "gun confiscation."

And it's not just about the rifles, either. If they get away with coming for the rifles, they'll come after the handguns next. And then the knives and machetes, too, as we've witnessed in the UK. Any citizenry that surrenders a little freedom in exchange for a little security loses both (and deserves neither).

 At another level, the idea that legal gun owners across America are to blame for the actions of ISIS terrorists is simply asinine. The argument of the NYT is that regardless of the motives for the terrorists in San Bernardino, all gun owners in America must now be criminalized and jailed unless they surrender their rifles to the federal government.

Such a truly insane, delusional argument can only come from the radical left... the same left that runs the New York Times and seeks to enslave the entire nation under socialism, communism and totalitarianism.

America's answer to the New York Times on this issue will, of course, be something along the lines of "Come and take it!"

1. Mainstream Media is Owned by a Handful of Corporations and the People Know It

It’s no secret anymore that nearly everything we see, read, and hear comes from just a handful of mega-corporations. Thanks to the alternative media, it has become a widely known fact that just six corporations control 90% of the media we consume. These big six have the ability to make key decisions and delegate the news to their lower subsidiary companies by cutting out important stories or alternative points of view. People recognize this and are moving over to the indy media as a result.

2. Fox Stops Disclosing Live Viewership Ratings

Fox News, a subsidiary company owned by Rupert Murdoch of News Corp and top mainstream media outlet has just announced that it will stop disclosing its ratings for live TV viewership. They argue that these statistics are no longer relevant because of how many record their television shows, but it is also being seen as a way to hide a decaying audience. Fox will now be repackaging statistics on a weekly basis to make even the most modest results appear positive.

3. 98% of Young Adults Do Not Trust Mainstream Media

A recent poll shows that only 2% of young adults trust the mainstream media to do the “right thing” on a regular basis. This poll, which was conducted at the Harvard Institute of Politics on over 3,000 18-29 year olds, shows that only 2% of young adults trust the media to “do the right thing” “all of the time.” Furthermore, 10% said that they do the right thing “most of the time”, while 49% said “some of the time” and a whopping 39% said that the media “never” does the right thing.

4. Mainstream Media is Hog-Tied by Corporations and the People Know It

An excerpt from the documentary The Corporation illustrates in their own words the story of two journalists working for Fox News in the mid 1990’s. Here is an excerpt from the film, of an investigation of the “human health implications” of injecting Bovine Growth Hormone into the cows which were used for producing milk:

“With Monsanto, I didn’t realize how effectively a corporation could work to get something on the marketplace,” said journalist Jane Akre. Before the story aired, a letter was received from Monsanto saying that there would be “dire consequences for Fox News” if it does. After receiving the letter, the general manager at Fox in Florida called them into his office and demanded that the story be altered. The next thing that he said was “We just paid three billion dollars for these television stations. We’ll tell you what the news is. The news is what we say it is…if you refuse to present this story the way we think it should be presented you’ll be fired for insubordination (defiance).”
You can tell by the amount of protesters at “March Against Monsanto” protests that the corporate controlled media does not have a stranglehold on information like they once did.

5. Mainstream Media is Literally Lying to Us So Blatantly that Nobody Pays Attention Anymore

A recent analysis conducted by PunditFact revealed that, according to this studyover half of all statements made by Fox News are false. Now this is not surprising, but what might be is that NBC/MSNBC is right up there at 46% of their statements being anywhere between “Mostly False” to “Pants on Fire.” CNN and ABC rated better, but national new shouldn’t be a race to the bottom.

6. Independent Media More Successful than Ever Before

The positivity that comes out of this is simple: people are waking up to this madness. No longer are we in a situation where the media controls the narrative like they once did, because the new media is there to pick up the ball and roll out the stories that the mainstream media refuses to get into.
The alternative media is making such enormous waves now that the older media is actually starting to listen to alternative voices and stories that are being published by new media outlets. 
As long as the independent media keeps moving, there’s nothing that can stop the truth from getting out.

What on earth is going on in Turkey? Is Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan being undermined by NATO-linked, CIA-backed elements in his own country bent on toppling his presidency? Is the recent Russian warplane downing and ensuing spat with Moscow a set-up designed to garner global support for his ouster?

  Is it crazy to even ask these questions? Maybe, but in the murky world of deep state politics, nothing is ever certain. All I know is that when (the establishment mouthpiece propaganda rag run by Kissinger mini-me David "Superclass" Rothkopf) is delighting in a depiction of you as Gollum from The Lord of the Rings that is suddenly going viral on social engineering platform reddit, chances are you're being set up for a coup. Such is the position that Recep Tayyip Erdogan finds himself in these days.

Still, like Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi and Bashar al-Assad and countless other world leaders have discovered, being a former "Golden Boy" for the CIA and other big players on the international scene does not guarantee safety forever, and when you play games in the big leagues you can make some big league opponents.
  I realize this may be a bit left field considering the Erdogan-is-the-root-of-all-evil meme represents one of those rare moments where the alt media (Zero Hedge, CounterPunch, Infowars, etc.) and the MSM (Politico, Jerusalem Post, San Jose Mercury News) seem to be in 100% lock-step agreement, but the idea shouldn't be completely incomprehensible to those who follow The Corbett Report.
    There is a Deep State behind the overt government in Turkey just as there is a Deep State in the US (and everywhere else), and the Turkish Deep State is particularly well-known (and even touted in the MSM) and particularly vicious. Anyone who has watched my interviews with Sibel Edmonds and videos on Gladio B will know that Turkey is a central player in NATO's ongoing false flag terrorist Operation Gladio and its current incarnation staging terror events around the globe. Is it inconceivable that some deep state group is orchestrating events like the Russian plane shootdown in order to destabilize Erdogan and turn world opinion against him?

    If this is the case, who are the main suspects?

   Firstly, there is the traditional Turkish Deep State, the generals who have staged coups in the past and otherwise work to undermine the overt government whenever it is not to their liking. Keep in mind that the last major coup attempt, the so-called "Sledgehammer plot," reportedly considered a number of staged events to destabilize the AKP government (Erdogan's old party), including staging a shootdown of a Turkish jet to make it look like it was taken down by the Greeks. Swap a shootdown of a Turkish jet for a shootdown of a Russian jet designed to implicate Erdogan himself and it amounts to the same thing.

  Of course, it's unlikely that the Turkish Generals could have coordinated the shootdown by themselves. Convenient for them, then, that Vice Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Paul J. Selva just happened to be in Ankara meeting with Deputy Chief of Military General Staff Gen. Yaşar Güler on the day of the attack. Couple that with Putin's revelation that Russia had shared the downed jets' flight path with the US prior to takeoff (implying that the US shared those details with Turkey, leading to the shootdown) and you have a strong case that there was US/NATO coordination in the shootdown incident, quite possibly without Erdogan's awareness or input.

 And if it's motive you're looking for, there is conceivably no country on the planet that would rather see Erdogan ousted than Israel. 
Tensions between Tel Aviv and Ankara have been running high for years. In 2009, Erdogan dramatically stormed off stage at Davos after accusing Shimon Peres of crimes against humanity over the Operation Cast Lead butchering of 1300 Palestinians in Gaza. In 2011 he called Israel's 2010 storming of a Turkish aid ship in international waters a "cause for war" that Turkey had decided not to act on.
 Now there are far too many moving parts at play here and too many balls in the air for this to come down to a nice pat thesis. If Erdogan is being taken down, why is he so silent on the rogue elements behind the shootdown? But then again, if he and his family is eyeball deep in the ISIS oil trade why is he offering to resign if Russia can provide proof of it? Or then again, maybe Erdogan is creating the instability in order to propose his own solution: a French-style republican system where he could rule as an executive rather than the current parliamentary system where he is a non-partisan figurehead. (But then again, look at the source of that story.)
There's a lot going on right now, and whatever the outcome we're likely to see some huge changes in Turkey and in the war in Syria as a result of recent events. All I know is that I get uneasy when I see everyone across the entire media spectrum all parroting the same line without any consideration that there may be deeper forces at play here.

1 comment:

D. Pearson said...


I'm just wondering why President Obama has not already ( or if he's planning to) sign an executive order eradicating fire arm sales and possession? Besides the fact of the revolt it would cause. If you think about it, he could enact the two things he's wanted for a long time. Marshal law, and gun control. With every mass shooting, he and his left wing cohorts have increasingly pushed the gun issue. Guns are no more responsible for mass murder than spoons and forks are for obesity.