Propaganda

The Big Lie

The “big lie” is an expression coined by Adolf Hitler to describe his propaganda technique of telling a lie so colossal that no one would believe someone "could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously.” He first described this concept in Mein Kampf (German for "My Struggle"), the autobiographical manifesto outlining his plans for ruling Germany.

Commentary: Presstitutes Sabotage America by Misinformation

The dust had not even settled from the recent terror bombing in Norway before the presstitutes were at their keyboards disciminating propaganda to further their cause by immediately identifying the bomber, Anders Behring Breivik, as a Christian.

The ever faithful New York Times assigned scribbler Steven Erlanger (yes, scribbler NOT journalist) to put it on the front pages headlined, "Norway Charges Terror Suspect." In the second paragraph of the yarn Erlanger described Breivik as "a gun-loving highly religious Norwegian."

Then in the next paragraph The Gray Lady Presstitute quotes a source; "What we know is that he is right-wing and a Christian fundamentalist."

The entire story is peppered with references to "right-wing groups," ‘Conservative Party,' "anti-Islamic right,' and even more loaded, "This is right-wing domestic terrorism."

Sally Quinn of The Washington Post didn't do much better, proclaiming that Beivik is a Christian and insisted upon that label on the O'Reilly Factor last evening. Then somehow Timothy McVeigh was brought into the discussion who the scribblers also labeled a Christian.

Of course, the biggest obstacle to the Marxists who would take over our country is the church. They know that Christian people will not and cannot be enslaved. This creates a problem for the democratic party which advances Marxism and Communism which can only go so far with the church standing in the way.

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