Living in a world in which the Jews and their liberal camp followers make policy is like being a warden in an insane asylum which has been taken over by the inmates: some of the things the inmates do are merely crazy; other things are truly horrifying. Here's one of the merely crazy things:
At Boulder (Colorado) High School this past June there were 26 valedictorians instead of the traditional one. They all took turns reading short sections from a collaborative speech.
This particular piece of nuttiness was brainstormed by the Colorado Department of Education, which declared that every high school student in the state with straight-A grades could be a valedictorian. The inmates at the Department of Education see their new policy as a blow against "elitism," which in their eyes is a sin ranking below only "racism" and "sexism" in reprehensibility.
From their way of looking at it, it's not fair to give the prestige of being valedictorian to only one student, when there are many other students in each school almost as good. Also, they feel that they have made high school a warmer and fuzzier place by getting rid of the cut-throat competition between the top scholars vying for the honor of being best. The lesson they want to teach the students is that being second or third--or twenty-sixth--is just as good as being first.
Back to the Jungle
It was only a couple of years ago when the trendiest of inmate activities was whining about apartheid in South Africa. Corporate disinvestment, economic boycott, diplomatic isolation, and a non-stop program of hate in the controlled media against everything White in South Africa accompanied the whining. The goal was to end White rule in South Africa, establish Black rule, and force White South Africans to submit to it.
Having achieved this greatly desired outcome in 1994, the inmates might have been expected to feature their success in their media during the past year much more than they have. Why not prove to the wardens how much better a Black-ruled society is than a White-ruled society by using post-1994 South Africa as a glorious example? Why not rub the noses of the wardens in their White racism by showing the world how much better conditions have become in South Africa since Blacks took over the government and all the institutions of apartheid were dismantled? Why not use all sorts of heartwarming examples of Black statecraft, Black humanitarianism, and Black uprightness in the new South Africa to demonstrate the correctness of inmate racial policies? Sunday newspaper supplements should have been filled with such material, and there should have been a half-dozen network-TV documentaries on South Africa during the past year. Why hasn't this happened?
Could the fact that the murder rate in South Africa has skyrocketed since the Blacks took over have anything to do with the loss of interest in South Africa by the controlled media? Could the erosion of public order and the growth of governmental corruption in South Africa be factors in the media silence?
The few journalists who have been sending reports from South Africa in recent months have not endeared themselves to the inmates by quoting Blacks who are beginning to be nostalgic for the bad old days of apartheid . "I almost wish we could go back to the White government, because our leaders are not doing as they promised," lamented one Zulu official in Natal province to an Associated Press reporter earlier this year. An average of 10 Zulus a day are being murdered in Natal province by Black gangs representing various Zulu political factions jockeying for power. In addition, there is the continuing tribal warfare between the Zulus and the Xhosas, not to mention the unchecked depredations of the criminal gangs without any specific political or ethnic motivations.
What White South Africans are saying these days doesn't bear quoting at all by the controlled media, of course.
Because the facts of life in Black-ruled South Africa are so unsatisfactory, perhaps the inmates can persuade fellow inmate Steven Spielberg to do a "docudrama" about the situation there. He can put the desired "twist" on the actual facts, ignore inconvenient facts, invent as many new "facts" as necessary, and end up doing for Black rule what he did for the "Holocaust."
After the Second World War the conquered German people were subjected to an extraordinary program of "reeducation."
Their surviving leaders were hanged as "war criminals." Their soldiers who surrendered in the Western occupation zone were starved for months in huge, outdoor POW pens, where more than a million of them perished from malnutrition and disease. Most of those who surrendered in the Eastern zone were worked to death in slave labor camps. Their women and girls were subjected to the greatest gang rape in history.
Fifteen million German civilians were expelled from their homes in those areas of Germany the conquerors decided should be given to other countries. More than two million of these civilian expellees died or were murdered in an episode of "ethnic cleansing" which makes the present activities in Bosnia seem humanitarian in comparison.
The conquerors seized all food supplies and rationed food to German civilians in quantities just sufficient to prevent starvation. A population weakened by hunger, the conquerors reasoned, would be less likely to resist reeducation.
In the Western occupation zone every high school teacher, every university professor, and every newspaper editor was fired and forbidden to work in his former profession. To teach or to work for a newspaper an applicant had to show that he either was a Jew or was a German who, for either political or moral reasons, had been disqualified for such work prior to Germany's defeat. In the Eastern occupation zone, not only were "politically unreliable" Germans removed from their posts in education and publishing, but tens of thousands of them were sent to death camps and murdered. The mass graves are still being uncovered in what was formerly East Germany.
Later in the occupation period Germans were encouraged to vote for their own local, provincial, and national officials, but the occupation authorities decided who was eligible to stand for office. Only Jews or those Germans who could convince the authorities that they had opposed the previous government--i.e., criminals and traitors--were eligible.
There were surprisingly many Jews available for teaching, editing and publishing, and governmental administration posts in postwar Germany, in view of the "Holocaust." Many of them seem to have been overlooked by the Gestapo during the war, and many others came flooding into the country on the heels of the occupation forces.
For 50 years the reeducation process continued, with the churches, the schools, the mass media, and the government teaching two generations of Germans that their parents and their grandparents had committed the most terrible crime in history, first by voting for a man who promised to break the grip of the Jews on their country (a grip similar to that the Jews have on America today) and restore them to freedom, and then by cheering and loving that man when he accomplished what he had promised.
The indictment to this point is true, of course. The later counts become a bit imaginative--specifically those involving the doing to death of six million of God's Chosen in "gas ovens"--but the colorful imagery associated with gas chambers and crematoria and Dr. Mengele's medical experiments made these counts, true or not, an essential part of the psychological conditioning program to which the German people were subjected.
Guilt and self-hatred were the aim of the program, and it showed immediate signs of success. In the 1950s thousands of young German women, especially those with strong Christian beliefs, trooped off to Israel to offer their labor as agricultural workers in atonement for the sins of their fathers. The Jews used them for other purposes, and many ended up as sex slaves in Middle Eastern brothels.
A more substantially remunerative consequence of the program was the growing stream of "reparations" which flowed--and still flow--from the pockets of German taxpayers to those of their Jewish "victims" in Israel and elsewhere. Tens of billions of marks were extracted from the German people without question or complaint, for the most part.
There were a few slow learners, of course: Germans who had been stationed at places like Auschwitz during the war and knew that many of the "Holocaust" tales were lies or exaggerations, and who were reckless enough to tell what they knew. There were other Germans who, whether they believed the "Holocaust" mythology or not, knew of the crimes which had been committed against Germans by their conquerors and thought the world ought to hear about these crimes as well as about the "gas chambers."
The reaction of the German government to these truth tellers was simple and direct: it became a penal offense to write or say anything contrary to the "official" version of the history of the Second World War. To question the claims of the essential innocence and benevolence of the Jews and their collaborators could get one five years in a penitentiary. To expose a lie told by a Jew or on behalf of the Jews was to "incite racial hatred" and could bring the same penalty. And to remind the public of what the Hitler era actually had been like--morally, culturally, or even economically--in contradiction to the approved version, would bring the entire enforcement apparatus of the state down on one's head. It was the sort of reaction to be expected from a government which is the direct descendant of the occupation government of 1945.
In 1990 the conquerors felt that 45 years of reeducation had produced the desired result--at least, in the Western occupation zone: the German birthrate had fallen so low that the German population was declining; Turks, Jews, Blacks, and other non-Whites were pouring into West Germany and claiming the "right" to remain; the money pipeline to Israel was running at full flow; the moral and cultural level in Berlin and other German cities had been brought back down to that of the Weimar Republic, with homosexual bars, semi-open drug dealing, and nightclubs featuring girl-and-donkey acts; the government in Bonn was as corrupt, as treacherous, as lacking in patriotism, and as subserviently responsive to Jewish demands as the one in Washington.
The conquerors decided that the reunification of Germany was in order. The Germans in the Eastern occupation zone were not as content with their status as those in the Western zone, and a potential source of unrest could be eliminated by combining the two zones politically and economically.
Although there was a surge of patriotic feeling immediately after the reunification, with young patriots attacking non-White immigrants and burning the buildings in which they were being housed at German expense, the government cracked down hard and kept the situation under control. Patriotic groups were banned, and their leaders were imprisoned.
The final test of the reeducation process came this spring, while the conquerors were celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of their conquest. German citizens were polled extensively about their attitudes toward the unconditional surrender of Germany on April 30, 1945. Eighty per cent of Germans said that they viewed the events of 1945 and the immediate postwar period as a "liberation." Only 12 per cent viewed them as a "defeat." The attitudes were more "educated" among younger Germans: 87 per cent of those under 30 said that April 30, 1945, had been a day of "liberation" for Germans and had been a good thing, while only 67 per cent of those over 50 saw their country's defeat in a positive light.
A group of 280 patriotic scholars and political figures who had somehow remained impervious to the reeducation process expressed their dismay over these Orwellian poll results. They issued a manifesto reminding their countrymen that not only had they been defeated, but that they had been subjected to genocidal mistreatment after their defeat.
Jewish and Christian groups in Germany immediately denounced this manifesto and its signers. A statement issued by the country's Roman Catholic bishops said that whatever sufferings had been inflicted on Germans was their own fault. Jews demanded that the government punish those who had signed the manifesto.
Most Germans just kept drinking beer and watching television.
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