…And one would have thought things would have changed for the better, but they haven’t. In fact, they’ve ratcheted back a couple of notches.
The Great Jihad is that much further advanced than it was on September 11, 2001. We are unable to name the enemy, so fighting him has become that much more difficult.
The politically correct Narrative that forbids any recognition of the Islamic enemy was not created by George W. Bush, but it was cemented firmly in place by him for seven years, and then set in concrete for another eight years by Barack Obama. The fact that America could elect and then re-elect a president named Hussein shows the iron grip the Narrative has on the throat of American culture.
Our leadership is required to demonstrate that it is doing something against the perpetrators of atrocities such as the ones in Boston, Orlando, and San Bernardino, so it fights “terrorism” — by spending trillions of dollars bombing and occupying the Hindu Kush, or establishing and propping up Iranian puppets in Iraq, or fomenting regime change across the rest of the Middle East. Our foreign policy has moved beyond the naïve and feckless to the psychotic: we destroy the despotic satrapies of the Muslim world so that we are required to import millions of the resulting “refugees” — untold thousands of whom enter the West with the declared intention of killing as many of us as they possibly can.
The Narrative that supports all this absurdity can only be maintained via an ever-tightening regime of thought control. Anyone who speaks the truth about Islam is likely to be harassed, vilified, sued, and fired from his job when he is not actually arrested and prosecuted. “Anti-fascist” thugs have been conscripted as a state-sanctioned paramilitary force to intimidate anyone who dares to depart from the Narrative. John Q. Public now has to fear the red flag of the Antifas as much as the black flag of Jihad.
I could go on, but you all know the story. Oceania is at war with Eastasia. Oceania has always been at war with Eastasia.
Happy September 11th, everyone.