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The Orwellian Thought Policing of the Western Bolshevik Socially Engineered Mind 14 Jan 2015 13:10 #1

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This thread should be used to showcase the thought policing of the Jewish financier controlled puppets at the helm in the West.

No better person to kick it off with than Obama.

Here is the USSR, NWO control machine right on our doorsteps.

In other words, if you don't follow the BRAIN WASHED socialist communist line - YOU WILL BE  ARRESTED AS AN "EXTREMIST" and may never be seen or heard of again.

Obama Declares War On ‘Extremism’ – Are You An ‘Extremist’ According To His Definition?

theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/obama-declares-war-extremism-extremist-according-definition

... and how Ron Paul described the US recently.
If Americans were honest with themselves they would acknowledge that the Republic is no more. We now live in a police state. If we do not recognize and resist this development, freedom and prosperity for all Americans will continue to deteriorate. All liberties in America today are under siege.

It didn’t happen overnight. It took many years of neglect for our liberties to be given away so casually for a promise of security from the politicians. The tragic part is that the more security was promised — physical and economic — the less liberty was protected.

With cradle-to-grave welfare protecting all citizens from any mistakes and a perpetual global war on terrorism, which a majority of Americans were convinced was absolutely necessary for our survival, our security and prosperity has been sacrificed.

It was all based on lies and ignorance. Many came to believe that their best interests were served by giving up a little freedom now and then to gain a better life.

The trap was set. At the beginning of a cycle that systematically undermines liberty with delusions of easy prosperity, the change may actually seem to be beneficial to a few. But to me that’s like excusing embezzlement as a road to leisure and wealth — eventually payment and punishment always come due. One cannot escape the fact that a society’s wealth cannot be sustained or increased without work and productive effort. Yes, some criminal elements can benefit for a while, but reality always sets in.

Reality is now setting in for America and for that matter for most of the world. The piper will get his due even if “the children” have to suffer. The deception of promising “success” has lasted for quite a while. It was accomplished by ever-increasing taxes, deficits, borrowing, and printing press money. In the meantime the policing powers of the federal government were systematically and significantly expanded. No one cared much, as there seemed to be enough “gravy” for the rich, the poor, the politicians, and the bureaucrats
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The Orwellian Thought Policing of the Western Bolshevik Socially Engineered Mind 14 Jan 2015 18:03 #2

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At the beginning of 1933, the Soviet government launched a vast "cleansing" campaign to rid the major cities "of all the superfluous elements not related to production, kulak elements, criminals and other socially harmful elements." Those "elements" that had been denied the right to reside in "special regime" cities (Moscow, Leningrad and a dozen important and relatively well supplied cities) were raided by the police and immediately deported to Siberia and Kazakhstan on simple administrative procedures. Amidst great chaos, convoys of deportees were unloaded in the middle of nowhere, as evidenced by the tragic episode of some 6,000 "socially harmful elements," shipped by convoy from Moscow and Leningrad towards Tomsk (Siberia) in April 1933. Upon arrival at their destination, these deportees were transported by barge to a small deserted island in the middle of the Ob River where they were left without food or tools. 4,000 died of hunger and exhaustion (Werth, 2006/a). In the course of 1933, over 100,000 "socially harmful elements" were deported from "special regime" cities on expedited administrative procedures. This was approximately 40% of the total number (268,000) of 1933 deportees. The remaining 60% were mostly peasants who had been caught trying to flee famine, or kolkhoz deportees, at times entire villages accused of having "sabotaged the collection plan" (Zemskov, 2003: 24 sq). One such "cleansing" operation intended to rid Soviet cities of "undesired inhabitants," took place in February and March of 1935, shortly after the assassination of S. Kirov (December 1, 1934). 4,833 "heads of households" labeled "people of the past" (byvsie) - former officials and ex-czarist officers, ex-nobility and in general, all those who had belonged to the political or social elites of the Old Regime, as well as members of the clergy - in total 11,200 persons (including family members), were expelled from Leningrad and exiled to small provincial towns in the Volga region. For the majority of these deportees, exile was merely the first step on a road leading to the "Great Terror" of 1937-1938 when deportees were either sent to labor camps or executed (Ivanov, 1998: 118-130).
1935-1937: Deportations of ethnic minorities in view of "cleansing" the border regions of the USSR***

From 1935 on, the Soviet government kept increasing "cleansing" operations in border regions, which were increasingly perceived as a front line.

In February and March of 1935, some 3,500 Finnish, Latvian and Estonian families were deported to Kazakhstan, Siberia and Tadjikistan as part of the first operation, which took place in the Leningrad area (Martin, 2001: 333 sq). At the same time, 8,300 families (41,650 people) were deported from border districts of the Kiev and Vinnitsa area. The majority of deportees were Soviet citizens of Polish and German origin. Others were categorized as "socially foreign elements." In these first few operations, which were still limited and selective, the ethnic criterion was "mixed" with class considerations, in line with communist political culture.

In 1936, "cleansing" operations in border regions were continued and amplified. In April and May of 1936, a second group of 5,000 families of Finnish origin was deported from the Leningrad area. In June and September of 1936, 15,000 families of Polish and German origin residing in Western Ukraine, along the border with Poland, were deported to Kazakhstan. The greatest deportations began in September-October 1936 when the entire Korean community from Soviet Far East border regions (Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Birobidjan) was deported. In a secret resolution of the central Committee of the Communist Party, dated August 21, 1937, such mass deportation was justified by the belief that the Korean population constituted "a breeding ground for spies and diversionists for the Japanese secret service." For the first time, an entire national minority, 172,000 individuals in total, was deported. In order to manage such an operation within a predetermined two-month deadline, the NKVD had to mobilize 124 railway convoys, which were used to transport the Korean deportees to Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan (Polian, 2001: 87-92).
August 1937-November 1938: Mass arrests and executions during the "Great Terror"

Within sixteen months, over one and a half million persons were arrested. Half of these persons (800,000) were sentenced to death, the other half to ten years of forced labor in the Gulag by emergency tribunals (troiki - "three member commissions," dvoiki - "two member commissions," Special Conference, Military College of the Supreme Court). These emergency courts would examine the cases as they were presented to them by the NKVD, with no defense and in the absence of the accused. Recent research focused on this paroxysm of Stalinist repression has rejected two widely circulated ideas, firstly that denunciations emanating from the community allowed an "uncontrolled outburst" of terror; secondly that the main victims were Communists and Party executives (Nikita Khrushchev’s thesis in his "Secret Report" to the XXth Congress of February 1956). In reality, the "Great Terror" was essentially the result of "secret mass repression operations," which were decided and planned by Stalin in person, assisted by Nikolai Yezhov, Commissary of the People for the Interior, and systematically carried out by a colossal State security apparatus. These "secret mass repression operations" appear as the radical and murderous product of a series of social engineering operations in place since the beginning of the 1930’s. Such secret terrorist operations should be clearly distinguished from the purges of political, economic, military and intellectual elites and dignitaries, which were being carried out in parallel, by means of different extra-judicial procedures, with different objectives and a different political function. These purges were highly ‘popularized’ through public ‘discoveries’ of countless plots and acts of sabotage, arrests amidst the communist leadership and executions following ‘pedagogic’ public political trials. Although they were a spectacular and politically significant public face of the "Great Terror," nevertheless accounted for only a small fraction of the 1937-1938 victims: 40,000 to 50,000 of a total of 800,000 executed. The "Great Purges," as some historians continue to label this paroxysm of Stalinist extermination, is thus a misleading characterization. The term "Purge" should be reserved to describe political purges, which were recurrent but seldom fatal within the Soviet system.

1937; July 30: NKVD Secret Operational Order n° 00447 "On repression operations against ex-kulaks, criminals and other counter-revolutionary elements." The purpose of these operations was "to eradicate once and for all" (according to Nikolai Yezhov’s own words in the Preamble to Order n° 00447) a broad range of what could be called "traditional" enemies of the regime: in particular, "ex-kulaks returned after completing their sentences or after escaping deportation," "recidivists," "former members of non-Bolshevik parties," "former czarist officials or gendarmes," "anti-Soviet elements among White, Cossack or clerical groups," as well as "sectarians or clergymen engaging in anti-Soviet activities." Quotas of individuals to be shot or sent to labor camp for ten years were attributed to each region, amounting to a total of 76,000 "1st category elements" (death penalty) and 193,000 "2nd category elements" (ten years internment). However, regional Party and NKVD officials kept asking Moscow for more and more "supplements," to the extent that the "initial objectives" were multiplied by two for "2nd category individuals to repress" and by five for "1st category individuals to repress" during the sixteen months of the operation (instead of the initially planned four months). From August 1937 to November 1938, in total 767,000 people were sentenced under "operation 00447" alone, among which 387,000 were shot (Junge & Binner, 2003; Werth, 2002, p. 118-140).
www.massviolence.org/mass-crimes-under-stalin-1930-1953?artpage=3#outil_sommaire_3
Mass deportations as part of the resovietization of the Baltic States, Western Ukraine and Moldavia (1947-1949) **

Resovietization of territories that were first annexed by the USSR in 1939-1940 after the Soviet-German pact, then occupied by Germany as of July 1941, begins in the autumn 1944 with a true pacification war when faced by resistance of Baltic and Ukrainian nationalist guerrillas. Confrontations between special units ("extermination battalions") of the Ministry for the Interior and "partisans" ("bandits" according to Soviet authorities) were extremely violent and lengthy, lasting until the end of the 1940’s and even until the early 1950’s in certain areas. In two secret memoranda of May 26, 1953, a few weeks after Stalin’s death, Beria, the head of State Security, made the following assessment to the Central Committee’s Praesidium on the "war" that had been waged in Western Ukraine from 1944 to 1952: 153,000 killed in armed confrontations, 134,000 condemned to Gulag sentences, 203,000 deported. In Lithuania, this amounted to 50,000 killed, 70,000 condemned, 150,000 deported (Yakovlev, Naumov & Sigachev, eds, 1999: 46-49). As in any pacification war of this kind where the civilian population is caught between crossfires, it is evidently impossible to give a full account of all the victims of massacres, punitive treatments and tortures. It will suffice to cite major centralized repressive operations against the civilian population, which took the shape of mass deportations.

1947; September 10: USSR Council of Ministers Resolution on the "deportation of family members of OUN (Organization of the Ukrainian Nationalists) partisans and of Ukrainian bandits."

October 1947-January 1948: Approximately 40,000 "family members of OUN partisans" were deported to regions of Karaganda (Kazakhstan), Kemerovo, Tyumen, Kirov, Sverdlovsk, Chelyabinsk.

1948; February 21: USSR Council of Ministers Resolution on the "deportation of bandit and nationalist family members as well as their accomplices and kulaks from the Soviet Socialist Republic of Lithuania."

1948; May 22-23: Operation "Spring": arrest and deportation of 36,932 men, women and children were arrested and deported to Siberia (areas of Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Tomsk) as "family members of bandits, nationalists and kulaks." In the following weeks, over 7,000 more were deported (Zemskov, 2003: 155; Bugai, 1997: 188 sq; Werth & Mironenko, eds, 2004: 513-514).

1948; October 4: USSR Council of Ministers Resolution on the "deportation of family members of OUN partisans and Ukrainian bandits." October 1948-end 1949: Approximately 50,000 "family members of OUN partisans" were deported to Kazakhstan, the Ural and Siberia. At the beginning of 1953, the Gulag’s Special Settlement Department registered over 175,000 "family members of OUN partisans" (Zemskov, 2003: 155, 226).

1949; January 29: USSR Council of Ministers Resolution on the "deportation of kulaks and their families, as well as family members of bandits and nationalists from of the Soviet Socialist Republics of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia."

1949; March 25-May 10: Deportation of 94,779 people (30,630 families) from the Soviet Socialist Republics of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia to Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Tomsk and the Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic of Buriatia-Mongolia (Werth & Mironenko, eds, 2004: 517-521).

1949; April 6: USSR Council of Ministers Resolution on the "deportation of kulaks, former landowners, former wholesale tradesmen, collaborators, members of fascist organizations and religious sects from the Soviet Socialist Republic of Moldavia."

1949; July 6-7: Deportation of 40,850 people (11,280 families) from the Soviet Socialist Republic of Moldavia to Kurgansk, Tyumen, Irkutsk and Altai (Werth & Mironenko, eds, 2004, p. 524-528; Polian, 2001: 133-135).
Deportations of national minorities as part of the USSR border "cleansing" and "securing."

Parallel to "punitive" deportations of family members of opponents to sovietization in the Baltic States, Western Ukraine and Moldavia, USSR border "cleansing" and "securing" operations continued throughout 1949, in particular along the Caucasus borders. This deportation policy was initiated in the middle of the 1930’s and was continued in 1944-1945.

1949; May 29: USSR Council of Ministers Resolution on the "deportation of Turks, Greeks and former members of the Dashnak party from the Soviet Socialist Republics of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, as well as the coastal area of the Black Sea."

1949; June 14-18: Deportation of 57,680 people from the Soviet Socialist Republics of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan to Kazakhstan and Siberia (Werth & Mironenko, eds, 2004, p. 533-539). Last deportations of "hostile" and "socially foreign elements" (1951-1952)

1951; January 23: USSR Council of Ministers Resolution on the "deportation of kulaks from Volhynia, Drogobych, Rovno, Lvov, Stanislav, Ternopol, Chernovitsy in the Soviet Socialist Republic of Ukraine." 1951; February: Deportation of 8,461 "kulaks" from Western Ukraine to Krasnoyarsk (Siberia).

1951; March 3: USSR Council of Ministers Resolution on the "deportation of the members of Jehovah’s Witnesses sect from the Western areas of the Soviet Socialist Republics of Ukraine and Belarus, as well as from the Soviet Socialist Republics of Moldavia, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia."

1951; March-April: Deportation of 9,825 Jehovah’s Witnesses to Irkutsk and Omsk (Siberia).

1951; November 29: USSR Council of Ministers Resolution on the "deportation of hostile elements from the Soviet Socialist Republic of Georgia."

December 1951-February 1952: Deportation of 6,300 people ("repatriated persons, family members of emigrants, collaborators, ex-prisoners of war") to Southern Kazakhstan (Polian, 2001, p. 137-143; Bugai, 1995: 241-249).


Compare the language, and you know who you are dealing with. Groundhog day.
This is something many westerners don't get when they fantasize about a "nazi" or "fascist" NWO blabla.

Spot on Orangeaid.

We already got Commissars and a Council(Soviet) in EUSSR (USSR 2.0) and US and Brits run secret prisons all over Europe where they abduct and torture people accused of "insert label".
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yet he is trolling further. :facepalm:

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the lice are only going to jump onto other typhus victim

Prime example of holocaustianity mental issues, clinically insane, and utterly ill informed, a danger to public health if this dude was working for CDC.
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The Orwellian Thought Policing of the Western Bolshevik Socially Engineered Mind 14 Jan 2015 20:03 #3

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Caught this on different thread, but fits here and points out some inconvenient but obvious stuff.
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Prime example of holocaustianity mental issues, clinically insane, and utterly ill informed, a danger to public health if this dude was working for CDC.
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The Orwellian Thought Policing of the Western Bolshevik Socially Engineered Mind 14 Jan 2015 23:39 #4

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The Orwellian Thought Policing of the Western Bolshevik Socially Engineered Mind 18 Mar 2017 09:22 #5

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1984 + 33 = ? by Alfred Schaefer


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1984 is here today. We have lost our ability to think and to speak clearly.

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where, in fact, error prevails, and is quite easy in the
feeling that it has a decided majority on its side."

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The Orwellian Thought Policing of the Western Bolshevik Socially Engineered Mind 18 Mar 2017 09:52 #6

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For all their purported power, They didn't do a great job of controlling who has access to the supposed playing field leveller, The Internet. Was this a mistake, or is it seving the deliberate purpose of making information gathering even murkier?
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