by John Galt
August 26, 2016 22:20 ET
In the 1930’s, Hitler’s assembled henchmen figured out that the best way to sway the 65% plus of the German population was not to convert by force as had been the traditional methodology, but to use propaganda and psychological warfare upon the populace to convince the masses that their way was the best way for the German nation to survive and succeed in a dramatic transformation as a modern era superpower.
One of Joseph Goebbels’ Principles of Propaganda comes into play with the release of this movie:
A propaganda campaign must begin at the optimum moment
Talk radio has already recognized the obvious as have the pollsters who have helped push President Obama’s approval rating above 50% consistently for months now, even though he has accomplished nothing and ignored the problems of our nation while the economy and world is on pure hell fire.
The two circus clowns running for President from the two major parties, the Marxist versus the Moron, have so disillusioned the American public that much like the previous idiot, George W. Bush, the citizenry will soon be pining for the “good old days” under Obama. Unfortunately, his mark has been made in history and the destructive policies he has implemented now must be erased by promoting phony agendas and of course, propaganda, at this moment so as every attack will now be viewed as either racism or sour grapes, regardless of the actual facts.
So what does all this have to do with the new movie Southside with You and the incredibly great reviews given to it by the liberal movie critics?
Below is a prime example of how classic old school propaganda is seeping into our everyday lives courtesy of RottenTomatoes.com:
In other words, the liberal “critics”, er promoters/propagandists, loved the movie but the audience which is still allowed to voice its opinion as displayed above provided a much more accurate review:
The critic’s reviews are beyond fawning, to the point where once one starts reading them, it’s almost vomit inducing, like this one:
Wow. It is almost as if Valerie Jarrett wrote the review herself.
So why is this what I would consider a propaganda piece even though I myself have yet to watch it?
First and foremost, I hate to say this, all of us will be forced to watch this in the camps:
In reality though, this movie will bomb at the box office and be called a cult classic by the sycophants in the media. The reason it is a propaganda piece is that the mainstream media which is now a branch of the United States Government is molding an image for Obama’s post-Presidential period where he is seen as a more humane, thoughtful, and desirable leader compared to the pure hot garbage running for office now.
The Presidential election of 2016 presents the two most despicable and despised souls America could dredge up from the bottom of the pond scum to run for office and in return this provides an opportunity to glorify and enhance the record and reputation of a man who has increased Islamist terrorism worldwide, destroyed the American Constitution, weakened our military to 1934 levels, and turned our government into a bureaucratic monster which is ruling damned near every aspect of the average citizen’s life.
This is how you create propaganda. This is the purpose of a false narrative or distracting dramatic nonsense to eradicate preconceived notions about facts relating to a Marxist who supported actual terrorists during his pre-Presidential career.
Erase the past, enhance the future, and distort the record.
Propaganda 101 is what our nation shall now witness and if you think this movie is bad, pay attention to the National Archives and internet as they get erased of anything negative or potentially criminal that might endanger the Obama legacy.
Remember, boys and girls, the Newspeak will keep everyone from hurting themselves:
“Don’t you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it. Every concept that can ever be needed will be expressed by exactly one word, with its meaning rigidly defined and all its subsidiary meanings rubbed out and forgotten.
- George Orwell, 1984