We’ve been unable to deny the enemy the information battlefield in our own country because the American media is, consciously or subconsciously (it makes no difference, the effect is the same), in the tank for them.

Whose Side Are They On?
Some Secretaries of Defense and Commanders of Combined Arms Centers shrink from admitting the existance of enemies–domestic, and having no ability nor intention to treat them as such the phrase The media is not the enemy joins Oceania Has Always Been At War With Eastasia in the prolefeed queue.

Oldthinkers unbellyfeel, and it falls to crimethinkers beyond the reach of Thinkpol to say what our brethren in the Outer Party no longer dare.

There’s no doubt in my military mind whose side they’re on.  Old Media must be destroyed.  Anti-American bias must be exposed.  Collaboration with the enemy must be punished.  Relentless, destructive critique of MSM persons and publications is among the most important tasks of bloggers, commenters, and tipsters of the Amriki tribe.  Regulars cannot counter propaganda unless their political masters allow it, which ain’t gonna happen because half of them profit from it.  Only Irregulars retain their First Amendment right to speak politically incorrect, culturally insensitive, carbon footprint enlarging, nationalistic truths to power.

It fall to us.

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2 responses to “We’ve been unable to deny the enemy the information battlefield in our own country because the American media is, consciously or subconsciously (it makes no difference, the effect is the same), in the tank for them.

  1. Some…shrink from admitting the existance of enemies–domestic

    Just pretending the grizzly bear isn’t about to make you his lunch doesn’t make it so. Better to open our eyes and look for an escape than hide our eyes from the inevitable.

  2. Mikyo

    Small hands do things because they must. While the eyes of the powerful are looking elsewhere. — Gandalf