by Paul Jones
After recently watching a movie version of “1984” with Richard Burton as one of the actors, I decided to reread the novel (Signet Classics) which I had read a number of years ago to see how relevant some of its ideas are to today’s world.
I wanted to consider to what extent the present Jewish Power Structure is similar to the totalitarian system described in George Orwell’s novel. To start with, the “Inner Party” in the novel’s dystopian world had six million people and “The new aristocracy was made up for the most part of bureaucrats, scientists, technicians, trade-union organizers, publicity experts, sociologists, teachers, journalists and professional politicians.” (p. 205) This certainly seems to be the case for the U.S. at present.
Furthermore, in the world of “1984,” “The invention of print, however, made it easier to manipulate public opinion, and the film and the radio carried the process further.” (p. 205) Nowadays, with not only film but television and web sites, the possibilities of propaganda have reached even greater levels. The caveat to this, of course, is the fact that the internet started as a “wild card” for the controlling quasi-totalitarian system in this country due to the initial surge of web sites that escaped from following the controlling ideology. However, we see now that we are in a phase where the power of the government and the private internet companies such as Google, along with Facebook and Twitter, are moving rapidly towards stifling sites that go against the Party line and promote open criticism of the system. Along with this are companies like Amazon which suppress book sales by supposedly “hateful” books, not to mention the inability to achieve funding by the denial of use of PayPal or credit card companies. This full scale attack will likely continue, in spades, if Biden becomes the next President and the Democrats control both Houses of Congress.
For those of us who have seen through the lies and deceptions of the Jewish Power Structure, this quote from “1984” is very apropos: “Life, if you looked about you, bore no resemblance not only to the lies that streamed out of the telescreens, but even to the ideals that the Party was trying to achieve.” (p. 73) “Not merely the validity of experience, but the very existence of external reality, was tacitly denied by their philosophy.” (p. 80) The disconnect between the ideal, multi-racial and multi-cultural diversity portrayed in films and television and the reality of what we see before our very eyes in our communities, especially in the big cities where lower I.Q. blacks predominate, couldn’t be greater. The “color is only skin deep” mantra, especially when it comes to blacks and to a certain extent Hispanics, couldn’t be less valid when held up to the light of reality.
Winston, the main character of “1984” who begins to see the truth behind the lies of the Party, believes that “if the Party could thrust its hand into the past and say of this or that event, it never happened-that surely, was more terrifying than mere torture and death.” (p. 34)
“The past, he reflected, had not merely been altered, it had been actually destroyed.” (p. 35) When one thinks of how it is forbidden to question any details of the so-called Holocaust, and how belief in the tenets of this quasi-religion have now become enshrined in museums and official pronouncements by all leaders and “respectable” figures, one can see how the control of this past occurrence creates the only “reality” acceptable.
Furthermore, “If the past and the external world exist only in the mind, and if the mind itself is controllable-what then?” (p. 80) During the torture sessions towards the end of the novel, when Winston is under control of one of the Party leaders, his torturer says, “But I tell you, Winston, that reality is not external. Reality exists in the human mind, and nowhere else. Not in the individual mind, which can make mistakes, and in any case soon perishes, only in the mind of the Party, which is collective and immortal. What the Party holds to be truth, is truth.” (p. 249)
There you have it. Whatever the controlling elite holds to be true, is reality. It is assumed that as time goes on and greater and greater extreme brainwashing of our young people takes place, as seen in Critical Race Theory and the 1609 Project, that there will be fewer and fewer persons in society able to escape the omnipresent brainwashing. There will be “Winstons,” who believe as he did, that “There was truth, and there was untruth, and if you clung to the truth even against the whole world, you were not mad.” (p. 217) But will there ever by enough “Winstons” in the U.S. who can see through the lies so as to form a critical mass strong enough to go against the Party and the many among us who toe the Party line?
Finally, there are these words from the novel: “You will never have anything to sustain you except the idea. Our only true life is in the future. At present nothing is possible except to extend the area of sanity little by little.” (p. 176) For those of us who envision white ethnostates coming forth from the chaos and degradation of the present regime, these words ring true and can help us to maintain the struggle until this necessary true reality finally comes about.