Lying and propaganda are not the same actually, it needs to be clarified. So, what’s the distinction between the two?
Here’s what lying is. The maximum time you lie because you are ashamed of something you have done. When you’re caught as inexorably as you are caught, you cover the fact. Like, if someone tells you that you’re drunk and you say no I just had three beers but you consumed eight, this is what lying is.
On the other hand, Propaganda is not covering the truth. Propaganda is an exact reverse of the fact. Like someone said you’re drunk and you say you’re the drunk one and had eight beers. It’s embarrassing. And with your drunkenness, I’m just so displeased.
That’s how propaganda seems just like it’s the reflection of fact is precisely the opposite of reality. And it is always expressed with fierce aggression.
January 6th was an armed riot. They shouted out loudly that the real threat is Russia. The 2020 election was impartial. Nothing is more dangerous than COVID actually, not even opioids. All of these are true.
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No Evidence Justifies Kyle Rittenhouse as White Supremacist
But have a look at the top headlines, Kyle Rittenhouse is a white racist. This claim is being told as a truth continuously by all the politicians and reporters. And if anybody cares, just know that this is false. No proof justifies that Kyle Rittenhouse is a white supremacist.
No Racism Is at All Precisely There
Among the four people who were engaged in the Kyle Rittenhouse shootings, all of them were white.
So, considering that you might think adverse about Kyle Rittenhouse, but an honest person would admit that whatever he did had no relation with racism. How could it? Why would a white racist harm white people? It doesn’t even seem sensible.
But this doesn’t stop them from sharing the opposite or even set them back. After only two days of the shootings in Kenosha, Joe Biden penned down the first draft of what came to be a lengthy propaganda campaign.
August 27, 2020, Andrea Mitchell: He has espoused some views. He’s part of a youth policy group. He was out with a long gun and no one restrained him. What’s your concern about the involvement of others – perhaps he – but others who are white militia people stirring this trouble?
Joe Biden: I’m very concerned about it. What got me involved in this race was what happened in Charlottesville. These guys don’t use a dog whistle, they use a bullhorn. This is a 17-year-old man. I don’t know anything about him. All I know is that there’s some reporting about a connection to a militia in Illinois.
So really, you should save that tape. There was no proof about the statements that justified that Kyle Rittenhouse was having racial thoughts which encouraged him to shoot people around her.
So, rather than making the direct claim, the misleader from NBC News obscurely raises the question Are you concerned about others who are white militia people?
But hold on a moment. What other white militia people? Where are these people? What are you talking about? Precisely. She has provided her candidate, Joe Biden, with the opportunity to take it from there, which obviously, he instantly does. That’s the point of the setup.
Later, Biden goes on to evoke the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, from earlier years that have nothing to do with what happened last year in Kenosha, Wisconsin. But there was no need to be linked. The matter was Kyle Rittenhouse is a vicious racist.
“And by the way, anyone who would defend Kyle Rittenhouse is probably a dangerous racist too—maybe one of those white militia people.”
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Americans Think It as Fact as They Keep Hearing This on MSNBC
After much discussion at this given point, many Americans think that’s exactly what the trial is about, and the reason behind this is that they keep listening to the same on MSNBC.
Brittany Packnett Cunningham: There are only so many acceptable losses that white supremacy is willing to accept.
So, if Derek Chauvin is going to jail, you had best believe that Ahmaud Arbery’s murderers, people like Kyle Rittenhouse are going to be defended with all that this culture has because they have to make sure that the message is set, that white man will continue to control these systems. And that the rest of us should be living in fear.
Elie Mystal: He has made a series of decisions, each one perhaps maybe individually defensible, but in totality lead to the impression of a biased racist judge with his Trump rally cellphone that is trying to get Rittenhouse a walk.
The racist judge. So that’s a very heavy thing to say about anyone and particularly a sitting judge in the middle of a murder trial. So, the question is, is the judge a racist? The answer, as you know by now, is that No, there’s no evidence of that at all.
And the man who has claimed the judge was racist knows there’s no evidence of it. The man who just claimed it by the way went to Harvard Law School. He’s not stupid. He knows what the facts are. He just doesn’t care what the facts are. Whatever it takes.
Sometimes People Look in a Certain Way Just to Get the “ Desired Outcome”
So, looking at the world in such a way that people tend to deny the fact intentionally just for the sake of the desired consequence is usually known as postmodernism. But this is immoral. This is pre-modern. This is the type of idea that results in tribalism.
Having beliefs that my panel is always right and the other team is just a group of humans is what Tribalism is. Tribalism never disappeared. It just hides underneath the surface of all societies. One of the major motives of any sophistication is to cover tribalism to live together without taking the lives of each other.
So, it’s a matter of concern when it rises again in public and boy has it?
Joy Reid: The Kyle Rittenhouse trial. It reminded a lot of people of something: The Brett Kavanaugh hearings. In which Brett Kavanaugh had been accused by a high school friend of committing sexual abuse of her.
Cried his way through the hearings to make himself a permanent member and associate member of the United States Supreme Court. His tears turned out to be more powerful than the tears of Christine Blasey Ford, which were the tears of an alleged victim.
In America, there’s a thing about both white vigilantism and white tears, particularly male white tears.
So, as of now, employed as an MSNBC anchor, Harvard graduate is not an employee of Radio Rwanda. And that person is telling us in a Tik Tok video about what she thinks of. “She mocks the very idea. Evil people can’t cry. They don’t have human emotions because they’re not human.
You don’t have to care about them. They don’t qualify for your compassion. You can laugh as they weep and feel good about it. You often hear the word dehumanize. What does it mean? That’s what it looks like. So, you wonder how long this can go on in our country before something really important breaks.”