Another improved way of explaining something. I've yammered often about passivation
, the government habit of blaming 'inevitable forces of nature' for the evil and intentional acts of government.
Some of these passivations, maybe not all, deserve a better description.
Dramatic example in today's Euro news:
a French strike clogged traffic into the Channel Tunnel, and migrants from Syria and Libya are taking advantage of the situation to hijack slowed cars and trucks.
This isn't just passivation. This isn't just Sailer's Invade And Invite. This is bankshot genocide.
Governments don't usually mobilize their soldiers to fire directly on their own citizens. I can think of only four times when the US gov't has tried this: 1932 Bonus March, 1970 Kent State and Jackson State, 1991 Randy Weaver, 1992 Waco. The first three caused media criticism of the president because the president had an R on his shirt. The last one caused media congratulation of the president because the president had a D on his shirt.
Cameron has the Brit equivalent of R, so he is reluctant to kill his own civilians.
Solution: Send soldiers to Arab countries to kill their civilians. Generate a bounceback with millions of desperate refugees who "can't be controlled" and "must be admitted" because of "human rights". Let the refugees kill your own civilians.
The North American equivalent is our War on Drugs. We send our soldiers to Latin American countries to kill civilians and create chaos there. When the chaos runs wild, we "can't control" and "must admit" the bounced-back "Dreamers" (we're light years beyond Orwell now) because of "human rights". The "Dreamers" then do the job of slaughtering our civilians.
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