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bad history must go

Mainstream media presstitutes are running a full-court-press on those who would retain this country’s history.

Dark money from Soros, Clintons and their ilk are employing otherwise unemployables to scream, yell, vandalize and destroy.

Local online advertisements for “protesters” and “actors” precede many of the events getting major nation-wide coverage. The investigative reporters of the Internet catch and publish this. Lamestream Media covers THE SHOW instead.

The example below from the Cartoon News Network is typical coverage.

Washington (CNN) – As pressure mounts around the country demanding the removal of monuments lionizing the Confederacy, President Donald Trump said Tuesday that the removal of such monuments is “changing history.”
“I wonder, is it George Washington next week?” Trump asked.

Trump, in an agitated back-and-forth with reporters in Trump Tower, defended members of the “Unite the Right” protest last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a white supremacist has been charged with murder for ramming a car into a crowd of counter-protesters. He went on to make a slippery slope argument — equating Confederate general Robert E. Lee with presidents like Washington and Thomas Jefferson, who were slave owners.

Trump says both sides to blame amid Charlottesville backlash

Trump said while he condemned the neo-Nazi elements of the protest, some protesters were there for acceptable purposes.

“I’ve condemned neo-Nazis. I’ve condemned many different groups. But not all of those people were neo-Nazis, believe me,” Trump said. “Not all of those people were white supremacists, by any stretch. Those people were also there because they wanted to protest the taking down of a statue of Robert E. Lee.”

Charlottesville, like many southern towns across the US, has grappled with its Confederate legacy and the decision in the past to honor men who fought to keep the institution of slavery alive.

You might note the constant repetition of this alternate view of what the Confederate States were fighting for and against. It was never about Negro slavery, but about a constitutionally-defined federation of free, independent states or being controlled by a central government – a ridiculous notion that the people who fought for independence wanted the chains of a ruling elite.

What we are seeing played out are the early phases of the controlled reality depicted in many famous books.
Brave New World
Fahrenheit 451

Others are not popping up in my cluttered brain at this moment, but the scenario of disappearing the history is important for controlling the peasant population of the future.

The grand monuments serve as reminders, physical links to that “undesirable” history. The books may not need be burned or rewritten as the masses simply don’t read books anyway. The Declaration of Independence and Constitution can safely remain in a cursive script that future serfs cannot interpret.

While George Washington and Thomas Jefferson are flawed by today’s cultural standards, they were heroic in their times when viewed from a long-term freedom-loving perspective. Similarly, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson and others fighting, working honorably to retain the original intent of the republic were big-view heroes.

Dishonest Abe, on the other hand has been thoroughly exposed by The Real Lincoln and other books as a major force in destroying the republic, and beginning the downward spiral into democracy – a contender for the worst form of government ever devised, as the students of an unedited history living in 1780 well knew.

Lincoln attempted some redemption at the end when he attacked the central bank, but he rather famously lost that duel.

All of this is “bad history”, and will be targeted by the controllers.