In last Monday’s article, I explained how the Communist Party operates to deceive entire countries with their false and misleading terminologies, false identities, and staged public melodramas; all techniques of Communist hypnotic propaganda to influence the unwary into accepting the doctrines of Communism. Now come to find out, apparently these staged melodramas, originally used so successfully on college campuses during the 1960s youth demonstrations and protests, are expanding outward to include the exploitation of the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
I invite you to carefully watch this U-Tube video of a fellow whose white pickup just happened to drive off into a flooded area in south Texas at the exact time the reporter began speaking. What are the odds of a vehicle driving off into the water behind the newscaster at the exact time of the “news report”? Did you see the journalist seemingly switch from khaki shorts to dark, long pants as he rushed to “save” the victim? And what about the straw cowboy hat on the white pickup’s dashboard? By appearances, the “rescued” victim was no cowboy, this Texan can assure you. The CNN script offended real Texas cowboys by asking the victim, who, had a hard time keeping a straight face, if he got the rope. Texas cowpokes know full-well the comment was intended to be demeaning to them. Notice the interviewer-rescuer seemed to also be coaching the victim during the interview as if to help him along with his phony act.
As I said in last Monday’s article, the Communist Party has been staging skits for decades, but mostly they were episodes framed on college campuses and in the streets of America. So what was the Communist Party trying to say to the American subconscious with this act?
Not only were they trying to degrade Texas cowboys, they were trying to degrade and insult a tradition of American patriotism, since cowboys are among those who have the most patriotic blood running through their veins and who symbolize our American heritage of freedom out of adversity. CNN was attempting to deceive their viewers with this Communist propaganda film into believing the same lie that the Communist [democrat] Party has been propagating for decades, i.e., that they are the only political party that cares for the “little guy” and all the other helpless victims of American exceptionalism. In this case, their dupe was posing as a flood victim. Was CNN trying to convey the message that they were the good guy? Texans do not see themselves as victims. If you recall, we Texans may be heard with the patriotic refrain, “Remember the Alamo!” And I’m sure they’d love to tear down the Alamo, a proud symbol of Texas and American patriotism.
I have been known to refer to CNN as the Communist News Network, which they literally are. When most people hear me say that, they often laugh because it sounds so odd yet they secretly believe it to be true. If it’s been hard for any of my readers to see and believe what I was saying in my last article [Communism: There are Many Flavors But They’re All Still Just Ice Cream] is true, maybe this latest example will clear things up a bit.
The CNN “news report” is the most blatant and unethical example of so-called “fake news” I’ve ever seen, but the video in question is much worse than journalistic prevarication. It’s an undeniable example of hard-core Communist hypnotic propaganda, a tactic being forced on us by a foreign power! I don’t even think Hitler’s Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels, would be proud of this poorly executed propaganda film.
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