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JUST A WORD

There is a word, that has for more than a few years, been one of the most effective ways of stifling free speech and creating abject fear that is currently available.

It has been used by Politicians to both silence and slander traditionalist or nationalist opposition, it has been used to close down debate, and it’s use usually leaves political opponents in fear of recrimination and even physical attack.

In everyday life, it has been used with great effect, causing almost irreparable damage by brainwashing both children and students, who then grow up into adults who are deeply ashamed of, and even to a degree hating their own country, their traditions, their culture and eventually even themselves and their countrymen.

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That word, unless you hadn’t already worked it out – is ‘Racist’.

So where did this odious and entirely destructive noun originate?

Most people believe it’s been around for centuries, although very few of them could pinpoint with any accuracy, the date and the first time it was used, and for what purpose it was designed, I shouldn’t think.

The origins of the word is almost always never discussed, and even those on the ultra hard core right wing, would struggle if pressed to explain further.trotsky_words

The above passage, is taken from “The History of the Russian Revolution”, and the last word is “расистов”, who’s Latin translation is ‘racistov’ (Racist).

That work was produced in 1930, and is the first time in written history, in which that word is to be found being used in that particular context.

Try it, check the Internet, go through any number of books at your library, reference works or otherwise, and examine Microfiches of historical documents if you are able – you will not find an earlier usage of that word.

So who was the author, and the inventor of this word?

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Well, as it turns out, the word ‘Racist’ was invented by one of the principal architects of the 74-year Soviet nightmare, and the founder and leader of the Red Army – one Lev Davidovich Bronshtein (1879 – 1940).

If that name is unfamiliar, maybe you will recognise the name he is better known by…. Leon Trotsky

So with this in mind, what was Leon Trotsky’s reasoning behind the invention of this word?

Maybe a full English translation of the previous referred to passage may offer an explanation.

“Slavophilism, the messianism of backwardness, has based its philosophy upon the assumption that the Russian people and their church are democratic through and through, whereas official Russia is a German bureaucracy imposed upon them by Peter the Great. Mark remarked upon this theme: “In the same way the Teutonic jackasses blamed the despotism of Frederick the Second upon the French, as though backward slaves were not always in need of civilised slaves to train them.” This brief comment completely finishes off not only the old philosophy of the Slavophiles, but also the latest revelations of the ‘racists.'”

The ‘Slavophiles’ which he refers to, were historically a group of traditionalist Slavs who greatly valued their native culture and way of life, and were desperate to protect it.

Trotsky, however, saw them and others like them as being an impediment to his internationalist communist plans for enslaving the entire world.

He did not care about the Slavic Russians whom he claimed to serve, as to him, Slavophiles, were Slavs that had committed the mortal ‘crime’ of loving their own people and trying to protect their traditional way of life.

He decreed that they were simply ‘backward’, and anybody who thought as they did, were simply ‘racists’.

So, the reality of the word ‘racist‘ is very different from the liberal’s version of the story they continually perpetuate, which is, that the word was used to identify people who were ‘bigoted against certain racial groups, and should be used by all decent people to protect racial minorities from bigots.’

The truth is that the concept behind the word, that ethnic ‘backwardness’ must always be secondary to ‘enlightened’ internationalism – was used with great effect by Commissar Trotsky to justify the Communists’ murderous rampages against races of people who had simply tried to protect their traditional way of life from being replaced by what was to them, an alien system.

Those who use that word freely to cower behind, and as a defence to effectively ‘neuter’ their critics, have now grown exponentially from a handful of communists, to almost all corners of the ‘civilised’ world.

So Leon Trotsky, with the invention of that single, simple word, would arguably be responsible for causing more damage to the West – than Josef Stalin and the subsequent entire nuclear arsenal of Russia could have ever dreamt of.

He gave limitless power to the most despicable and traitorous elements within the west, which enabled them to systematically ‘rebrand’ anyone who was loyal to their own people, their cultural traditions and way of life as being ‘evil’.

Which in turn, brings us to the present, where we have had successive governments, an education system and a controlled mainstream media who have reinforced this Marxist ideology to the point where almost everyone is afraid to question it.

Even some of those who exist within the realms of the so-called ‘Alternative Media’ are actively promoting this, for want of a better word, ‘Agenda’, by referring to their critics as being, among other things…. ‘Racist’.

It’s also a good indicator, if one was to question whether a particular ‘truther’ they follow is ‘controlled opposition’ for instance, in the absence of anything immediately obvious that is.

THERE ALL ALONG

‘Old Git’, a meticulous researcher, archivist and a regular commentator on the Outlaw, recently sent me a LINK to an article, which contained a clipping from an unnamed newspaper that was first published in 1970.

Reprinted in the same newspaper on October 13th 1975, what is contained within that clipping is probably of more relevance today than it was when first printed and subsequently, reprinted.

Anyone of a certain age will immediately recognise, that society as it exists today, may be a result of what was outlined in that article thirty-nine years ago, written almost a hundred years ago, and is looking more than likely to have been adopted by every control system since.

So if anyone has ever wondered how today’s society appears to have lost it’s way, is far less compassionate and eminently more narcissistic than at any other time in living memory – the warning signs, at least since the First World War ended, have been there all along – in plain sight.

Regardless of whether it is factual or not, this tiny article clearly outlines how a plan that may have been formulated a century earlier, could and undoubtably has been implemented – specifically to undermine and destabilise the society it has targeted.

1975 newspaper clipping

 

“In May of 1919 at Düsseldorf, Germany, the Allied forces obtained a copy of the ‘Communist Rules for Revolution’.

Fifty years later the Reds are still following these rules.

A: Corrupt the young, get them away from religion. Get them interested in sex. Make them superficial. Destroy their ruggedness.

B: Get control of all means of publicity thereby:

1: Get the people’s minds off their government by focussing their attention on athletics, sexy books and plays and other trivialities.

2: Divide the people into hostile Groups by constantly harping on controversial matters of no importance.

3: Destroy the people’s faith in their natural leaders by holding the latter up to contempt, ridicule and Obloquy (Disgrace brought about by public condemnation).

4: Always preach true democracy, but seize power as fast and as ruthlessly as possible.

5: By encouraging government extravagance, destroy it’s credit, produce fear of inflation with rising prices and general discontent.

6: Forment unnecessary strikes in vital industries, encourage civil disorders and foster lenient and soft attitudes on the part of government to such disorders.

7: By specious argument, cause the breakdown of the old moral virtues, honesty, sobriety, confidence, faith in the pledged word, ruggedness.

C: Cause the registration of all firearms on some pretext with a view to confiscating them and leaving the population helpless.”