“His response was to fight it with the only weapons at hand—passive resistance and open displays of contempt.” ― Kurt Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan
Tonight, one of America’s architects or sayanim agents of the coming Fourth Reich came calling, here at popagandaculture, hunting a word, phrase, or idea.
They Googled the phrase “dianne feinstein hates privacy,” using the duckduckgo total privacy search engine, and that search landed them here, because my blog shows up in the number one spot on Google and duckduckgo.com .
They then clicked my post “Real Monsters: Senator Dianne Feinstein hates your privacy slightly more than she hates democracy in general.”
Here is the paragraph that those who seek to destroy my privacy were gunning for:
“You better hope a dog shoots these kind of women in the face with their own gunswhen these handmaidens of the neo-Zionazi movement establish the Fourth Reich solidly in place- because by then, there will be no you anymore- because without privacy, you are public; without guns, you are their target.”
Now-without an extensive explanation of why this paragraph exists, why I the author wrote it, or what it means en toto when you follow the link to the story where some gun owner got shot in the face when her dog stepped on her hunting rifle-consider this: these people, and their armies of corrupt speech-police; their armies of paid trolls and corporate-military alliances of free-speech crushing internet machinery, and the real day to day soldiers in blue who are shooting people in the back all over America today seek to silence counter-narrative by any means necessary.
I know this, because entities as yet unknown caused a Twitter account associated with this blog to get hacked two weeks ago, and ‘locked’ recently as I tweeted about these exact methods of bullying speech and speakers. The actual hack started when zionists and #JewishSupremacists attacked my feed ( which includes accolades to Leonard Cohen, Stanley Cohen Esq, and Bobby Fischer, to name a few non-zionists).
The phrase above mentioned-and the fact that someone here in the United States took the time to search that exact phrase ( WordPress has a feature that allows a blogger to see what search language was used to cause a searcher to arrive here at our blog, and also a feature that allows us to see what they read) is one such example.
And, it demonstrates my thesis about the power of a single word, phrase, or paragraph to trigger literal battalions if intelligence collecting bodies into the action if hunting down speakers, assailing free speech at the source with crushing bureaucratic/military/police/corporate power.
Every word I write can, and hopefully will be used both for, AND against me, and I await the opportunity of liberating the words, ideas, symbols and narratives of our great First Amendment to the United States Constitution with great joy, in whatever legal forum will have me.
Another attempt to say it plain, which is, even then not simple.