In the age of social media and alternative news sources, propaganda has ceased to be as effective as it used to be. Though the deceptions are still plausible to those who gape at the West’s televisions for their news, the vast majority of that majority are of little relevance. At no level of society are they decision-makers.
The mass deceptions of the 20th century are not possible to pull off in the 21st century. Too many people are aware of who the real aggressor is in the Ukraine conflict. News has become decentralised.
The more that organizations such as the W.E.F. seek to centralize the world, the more that all aspects of it fragment. The W.E.F. groupies have become of little more relevance than the television fodder.
The U.S. obsession with world dominance ends now – one way or the other. The West, obsessed with regime change wherever it is perceived to coincide with U.S. interests, no matter the human death toll, is attempting to hang onto its utopia of a unipolar world. Reality is different. The West has fallen behind militarily, and has collapsed morally. The U.S. is no longer the leader of the free world because there is no free world to lead.
The Neocon dream of Imperial Washington ruling the planetary roost is finally over.
Will the dream die peacefully or in nuclear Armageddon?
The implausibility of the propaganda narrative means that more and more people are becoming aware that we are at the most pivotal time in human history. The absurd proposition that the U.S. is fighting for democracy, is being seen for the hypocrisy that it is. The people of the West were not invited to vote on the matter of whether or not they wanted a war for democracy, and the opposition in Ukraine are all in jail.
Sane people, in the West and Russia, are holding their breath.
It is imperative that Donald Trump wins the next U.S. election. Never did we more desperately needs a sensible person in the White House – if it hasn’t been reduced to a pile of radioactive rubble.