How the Media Preys upon our Values
Posted: 03 Feb 2017 08:36 AM PST
The Cultural Marxist media adorns their arguments with “holy relics” which cannot be criticized. This diabolical strategy is deployed to persuade normal Americans to act contrary to their own self-interest. It entails playing upon our inherent respect for certain institutions and principles, which are held in uniquely high esteem by Western/Anglo-Saxon peoples. This unique foible of ours is actually a good thing while it stays within a basically White society—but it becomes a huge liability when it is exploited by those who hate us. Unfortunately for them, they have tried to tap this emotional reservoir too many times, and so their strategy is currently yielding diminishing returns.
First of all, our media elites do not even believe their own pieties, though perhaps some credulous liberals lower down on the food chain are in fact foolish enough to believe them. For example, we saw via WikiLeaks that John Podesta, Clinton’s campaign manager, is perfectly aware of the disaster that the refugees in Europe have created. He received intel that “Muslim immigration and Multicultural Madness have left a trail of mayhem across Germany—with far worse to come because of demographics.” He was almost sociopathic, however, in his enthusiasm to wreak this same havoc on the US, should Clinton have won. Woe to the liberal dumb enough to actually believe in the benefits of bringing in Middle Eastern and African refugees.
What should we consider more deplorable: the sociopathic cynicism of Podesta and Clinton, or the naïve stupidity of liberals who actually believe in their own professed values? The elites are certainly counting on the American public’s naiveite. And all too often, the American public has obliged. As such, every time they try to play on our emotions, I ask myself, “Are people actually going to buy this?” I have some trepidation in answering that question.
Surely Blacks are a holy object in leftism; John Derbyshire has long expounded upon this droll metaphor. But there is an ever-shifting array of entities which our media seeks to exploit for their perceived symbolic significance among the American public. This process is based on a subtle psychology of what the media divines to be held as sacred by your average White person. Hence this is an insidious psy-ops campaign, meant to pull at our heart-strings and enlist us in causes we would otherwise have nothing to do with.