There will not be a Peasants' Revolt like the one in 1381. We don't have a Jack Straw, John Ball, or Wat Tyler to lead and guide us. Those revolutionaries were betrayed by officers of Richard II — Richard was 14 at the time — who agreed to eliminate serfdom and heavy taxation on the commoners. The concessions were ignored and the rebels ended up with their heads piked on London Bridge. Now we have few if any leaders willing to expose themselves to the vicious retribution of the state. No longer are heads removed from bodies, hoisted up on pikes, and paraded around London as a warning to others. Instead, leaders or presumptive leaders are brought down by legal and extralegal means. In the 1960s, it was decided leaders and activists like Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Fred Hampton, and even the President of the United States and his brother should be assassinated. The state is a master of subterfuge, manipulation, torture, murder.

In the 14th century, leaders of revolts were tortured, flayed, starved, beaten, and decapitated in a very public way. Now everything happens mysteriously behind the scenes. Murdered opponents are portrayed by the state's propaganda media as victims of accidents (Michael Hastings) or suicides (Gary Webb). An untold number of others are defamed — engaged in, as the FBI tells us, macabre conspiracy theories — and have careers ruined, reputations slandered, their homes attacked by antifas.

Today the state no longer requires heads on pikes — or drawn and quartered bodies — to frighten the people into submission.

The people in the US are not yet on the verge of starvation like the serfs and peasants of medieval Europe. The middle class — known as the middling sort in the 17th century — is ready for a postmortem in the early 21st century. The middling commoners were useful in building wealth and creating widespread prosperity after World War II. It would be whittled away and stolen by some elites in the following decades.

The average middle-class American (not realising an economic gain since the 1970s) is not a revolutionary. He's a deeply brainwashed and trained not to think outside of the political parameters pre-established by the state. Since the inevitable election of Donald Trump, this demand for conformity and consensus (for war, theft, mass murder) has taken on absurd proportions with the inexplicable rise of the so-called left and its revised ideological class-conflict doctrine of identity based on race and gender.

This identity left is not really against war and the corporative mafia economy that moves all wealth upward to a financial class and the ruling elites. Because taxation cannot possibly raise enough money to pay for endless wars and numerous government schemes, including the green-socialism for corporations and banks, most of us have become debt slaves apparently not overly concerned about the fact our children will be forced at gunpoint to pay for the wars and bailouts of a financial class that has socialised loss. The parasitic ruling elites controlling the political arrangement never talk about this debt. Instead, they create a media storm with identity ideologies to divide and distract everyone. Meanwhile, over on the new right, much energy and time are spent trolling and trading barbs and punches with the identity left. Both sides virtually battle for control of the state (or rather the illusion of such control) and savour the ability to humiliate their enemies. The identity left, or as they call themselves: the Blacks, feminists, trans, queers, vegans, antifa, and so on, have reached influence over the state policy-makers and its institutions, in particular, educational and cultural institutions, and are tied close to corporate media (the so-called mainstream media). This is, transnational corporations are promoting identity politics while mainstream media reinforce these stereotypes by training Americans on how to think about and look at class, race and sex, like ideology slaves, which of course, has nothing to do with emancipation or freedom. In fact, these identity politics are very much the total opposite of what one could call free-thinking — these ideologies insert dangerous prejudices which radicalise people. For instance, according to the cultural Marxists, (a radicalised “identity left” group from the US) all middle class white people are evil racists and all men are, by default, sexual predators. Thus their ideological response is reverse racism and reverse sexism, or even mob violence, and vandalism, which are increasingly encouraged and supported by the state. The source for such radicalised identity politics heads back to figures the likes of Gary Allen, who wrote extensive paranoia-feeding misleading radical anti-communist statements like the following:

"If one understands that socialism is not a share-the-wealth program, but is in reality a method to consolidate and control the wealth, then the seeming paradox of superrich men promoting socialism becomes no paradox at all. Instead it becomes the logical, even the perfect tool of power-seeking megalomaniacs. Communism, or more accurately, socialism, is not a movement of the downtrodden masses, but of the economic elite."

Namely, one can say that the identity politics and its movements in the United States are not a programme to emancipate minority communities at risk, or to empower people or to end sexist behaviour and normalise homosexuality (and pedophilia, you know, to kill two birds with a single rock), but that it is rather a strategy of the elites to blur social norms and so hijack the state control. This process is much easier when the people are divided along readymade stereotypes, swimming in a cesspool of decadence, perversion, and moral ambiguity disguised as culture. The identity movements' followers are so caught up in irrational and disruptive ideologies that they do not realise they are being led into a pitfall. The ruling elites clearly have no intention of sharing their wealth or correcting perceived inequalities. Instead they are engineering these social issues and the ideologies from them generated, as the ultimate control mechanism. And for that these elites are financing think-tanks and paying lip service to the most radical and dangerous activists — like in the case of antifa — not for the sake of social justice, but in reality for the total opposite of that.

How the US are promoting identity for political profit

Kurt Nimmo — Sept. 7, 2019


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