Who Should We Hate Today?
Who should we hate
Today, Big Chief?
Which country, group,
Set of beliefs?
Along with Hillary Clinton, Senators John McCain and Linsey Graham, Teach Us Our Daily Hate
Children, today we hate “terrorists” (Johnny, we don’t include the U.S Government in the category of “terrorists,” no matter how many millions of innocent people the United States military kill and maims), North Koreans, pro-Russian rebels, Russians, ISIS or ISIL or Al-Qaeda (CIA-armed and funded), Afghanis, Patriots, Truthers, and anybody else who questions IMF and Rothschild/ Rockefeller policies. You must not even THINK of changing your banking system. That would be a thought-crime.
Vladimir Putin is evil, bad, awful, horrible. Hate him. (Ignore the fact that the USA has been the aggressor in Ukraine and Syria.) If we say the word “ISIS,” you must jump and bark like a trained seal to support any military action we want. Syrians are evil, too, because we want our puppet ruler in place of Assad.
If you are a Christian or a Jew, you must automatically accept anything that Israel does. Never mind if 1000 Palestinians are killed for every Israeli. That does not matter. Never mind that Israel defies international laws and U.N. resolutions. You must obey Israel and give Israel tons of American tax money, no matter what, along with nuclear weapons. Do NOT ask for accountability for Israeli-directed bloodshed. If you demand accountability for Israel’s illegal actions, that makes you an anti-Semitic Jew-hating Nazi.
We hate Venezuela. It has oil. We want it. We want regime change there. And in Armenia. We hate them, too. Don’t ask why. We hate Iran because Israel hates Iran. Hate China. Remember, hate Russia.
We hate the Yemenese. They had the nerve to throw off our puppet government. We must bomb them, using Saudi Arabia as our proxy. We must show them who is boss. Don’t worry, we will fan some African hate, too.
We still hate the National Rifle Association and Constitutionalists. We hate dissenters. We hate anybody who exercises his First Amendment rights.
Be scared. Give more of your tax money to the military, the FBI, and the intelligence agencies. They will find or create excuses to take more of your money. Do not question George Soros or defense contractors. We still hate anybody who opposes Big Government. Remember Waco. That will remind you what happens if you are too independent. Government is God, and don’t you forget it.
The USA and Israel are GOOD and RIGHT, no matter what they say and do. Support them, but don’t ask questions.
We must get a major war going, so when the economy collapses, you won’t blame us. Russia is evil and must be bombed.
(Do not read or listen to anything about powerful people being pedophiles. That is FAKE NEWS. The Russians are behind it.)
Check in tomorrow for changes. Be scared. You are more compliant and obedient when you are scared. We like it that way.
We are your mainstream media. We care. Believe us.
(You may not investigate our Congressmen’s and Senators’ investments, no, no, no. Ignore the spy ring in Congress.)
Two Minutes Hate, 1984
Be a good American. Close your mind and hate, hate, hate!
The North Korean regime has continued to position itself as one of the world’s worst persecutors of the religious, torturing and killing people who practice their faith, according to a State Department report released Tuesday.
The 2016 Annual Report on International Religious Freedom determined that the government led by dictator Kim Jong Un continues to delineate brutal punishments for those who engage in faith-bound acts outside of worshipping the country’s leadership. The punishment includes “executions, torture, beatings and arrests.”
“An estimated 80,000 to 120,000 political prisoners, some imprisoned for religious reasons, were believed to be held in the political prison camp system in remote areas under horrific conditions,” the report stated.
A 2016 census released by the Korea Statistical Information Service estimates that 16 percent of the country’s population is Buddhist, 20 percent Protestant and 8 percent Roman Catholic. Some 56 percent claim no religious adherence.
Ironically, however, the North Korean constitution states that all citizens have freedom of religion and there shall be no discrimination in political, economic, social or cultural life on account of religion.