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Does anyone even want to know what is happening?

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George Floyd chants, from almost the moment of his arrest,  "I can't breathe". This is a political chant in the USA dating from 2014,  but the mainstream media ignore this and focus on the chant just before he died.  The policeman "killed" during the riot at the US Congress turns out to have died of a stroke. So no police died from the "storming of the Capitol", only a young woman demonstrator.  The WHO team "investigating" the origins of COVID was obstructed by China and the senior scientist who gave the conclusion that COVID "was not a lab escape" worked with the Wuhan Institute of Virology and would have been at the centre of any recriminations for a leak. Yet the mainstream media reported this as a credible announcement.  Black Lives Matter is a Maoist group financed by the Ford and

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George Floyd chants, from almost the moment of his arrest,  "I can't breathe". This is a political chant in the USA dating from 2014,  but the mainstream media ignore this and focus on the chant just before he died.  The policeman "killed" during the riot at the US Congress turns out to have died of a stroke. So no police died from the "storming of the Capitol", only a young woman demonstrator.  The WHO team "investigating" the origins of COVID was obstructed by China and the senior scientist who gave the conclusion that COVID "was not a lab escape" worked with the Wuhan Institute of Virology and would have been at the centre of any recriminations for a leak. Yet the mainstream media reported this as a credible announcement.  Black Lives Matter is a Maoist group financed by the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations and is now called by its original name: "The Black Liberation Movement".  Yet the mainstream media mention none of this.

At first sight it looks like the media is following and amplifying stories without any structured investigation of the truth; but can they all be doing this?  It looks more like the media are organised into groups that present a story in a certain way.  They seem to be in political groups so whereas the Washington Post will make a big story out of the policeman who died at the Capitol having died of natural causes much of the rest of the press will quietly hide this new fact on their internet sites, like the BBC, and avoid broadcasting it.  The media have always been aligned with political movements but what is new is that they are now presenting propaganda for the movements rather than simply suppressing news from the other side.

Where is the fault line between the two political groups?  Given that the alignment of the media is a global phenomenon it cannot lie in national politics.  The fault line is best illustrated by the 1960s "Star Trek" films produced by Gene Roddenberry in which the world is imagined to have a global government. In this new world all of the people share the same culture and they dress in tight, but soft uniforms that are loosely based on 1960s fashions.  The TV series and films were very popular. Roddenberry's financial legacy was used to set up the Roddenberry Foundation which supports globalism and his creative legacy gives us a clear view of the globalist future.

Superficially it looks like the battle is between those who like the idea of a Star Trek world where everyone adopts the same culture against the people who imagine a diverse world with different parts having different cultures.  China, most teachers and academics, public sector workers and Corporates prefer the Star Trek idea. This fits well with the global spread of the culture war, megastates like China, the USA and EU, which are land empires that need to create uniformity from diverse populations, have a majority in favour of Star Trek living and the rest of the world is not so keen.

Recently the Trekkies have overdosed on postmodernism and are prepared to ditch the idea of the "whole truth" to obtain their ends.  This entails constructing narratives to support their world view whilst giving no access to outside truths.   This way lies the next wave of totalitarianism.

This truly is a crazy world in which the anti-racists are the people who dream of an end to diversity and a coffee coloured, secular world whilst their enemies struggle to retain cultural difference.  The internationalists dream of global government whilst reassuring us that this means independence for all nations. It is all bizarre.

20/4/2021

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