With all that’s coming to the light of truth about Twitter’s censorship to control the outcome of the 2020 elections under the guidance of Jim Baker, a key player at the FBI during the Russian Collusion Hoax, who oversaw the censorship at Twitter, understanding the importance of Free Speech is more important than ever.
One quote I learned as a grammar school student was “Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it.” (Sir Edmund Burke) And very sadly, I and many others recognize the parallels of our world today to that of Hitler’s Nazi Germany who mastered the craft of propaganda and censorship.
Culture can be altered simply by patiently changing the language. Victor Klemperer, (1881-1960) a literary scholar, and professor at the University of Dresden saw the Nazi era begin in the subtlest of ways, through a shift in language. Trained to examine linguistic nuances, he noticed the Germans around him started to talk differently. They used new words, slogans and expressions that didn’t always seem political. But in retrospect, he realized that these new speech patterns had begun undermining democracy long before Hitler rose to power.
Klemperer was subjected to unimaginable tyranny under the Nazi regime but managed to escape. He wrote about the significance of his secret diary: “This is my heroics. I want to bear witness, precise witness, until the very end. It’s not the big things that are important but the everyday life in tyranny, which may be forgotten. A thousand mosquito bites are worse than a blow on the head. I observe, I note, the mosquito bites.”1
Hitler is known for using propaganda to change language and culture to promote his evil agenda. And today, all of us worldwide, have been subjected to the same strategy to control and manipulate us.
“In the late 1920s Edward Bernays wrote a book about the essential role that propaganda plays in helping shape the attitudes of the body politic. “The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.” — Propaganda, c. 1928 (2)
Propaganda was considered a good thing, when the good guys were using it. When Bernays’ book was written, the liberal elite liked the idea of controlling the masses without having to resort to guns. Public education was utilized for the same purpose. (At that time social engineering was having a field day with other techniques for re-shaping the masses, including forced sterilizations. Lobbyists for the eugenics movement succeeded in legalizing forced sterilizations in more than 30 states.(3)”
Can you see how we’ve been subjected to the same mind control through language? Recall the aggressive push for political correctness and tolerance? Following that people were shamed into acceptance under the claim that truth is relative. These four examples were efforts to change the moral culture of societies, which most unfortunately succeeded.
I’m on a mission to help encourage and equip people to take back our culture and out nations by demanding that language and the narrative promote truth. Truth is not relative, and even relativists don’t genuinely believe it is. Their very claim “Truth is relative” is an absolute statement–it relies on the laws of absolutes.
If we want to live in a world of human freedom and enjoy our God-given rights, we must intentionally take back our nation, by first demanding and promoting truth. We must join in rational agreement, truth is absolute. Truth always aligns with reality; only one thing can be true and all opposing matters are false, and; truth is universal.
Here in America the demise of our culture is so extensive that those in positions of influence and leadership refuse to define biological realities of there being only two genders: male and female. There have been claims that “men can become pregnant” on the basis of gender identity.
It is past time for rational people to get in position to take back the narrative in any arena where false propaganda and censorship exist. Jim Morrison is attributed with the quote, “Whoever controls the media controls the mind.” I am using media to help promote truth. But there are many other arenas where truth must be demanded: Government, Arts/Entertainment, Business/Finance, Family, Education, and yes, even the Church/Religion.
What can you do to help promote truth and take back our language, culture and nations? Here are some suggestions:
- Volunteer to work at the local schools to assure truth is taught
- Volunteer to work at the local library to read to the children instead of allowing drag queens to do this
- Support local leaders who are working to promote truth and freedoms
- Support local efforts and organizations that seek to uncover illegal actions such as voter fraud
- Contact the local media and call them out on false reporting
- Volunteer to work at a Right to Life center and help pregnant women learn the truth about their baby
- Share this blog post and my podcast with others who seek to live their life on the basis of truth
I’m sure there are thousands more ideas of what we can do. If each of us simply got involved in an area of personal interest with the intention of taking back our nation, culture and language by promoting truth, imagine how quickly we could turn the world around.
I welcome your input and comments and would love to hear what you have decided you will do to promote truth. Another important quote from John Stuart Mill: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men [and women] to do nothing.”
Pam Christian helps you learn spiritual principles from the Word of God, to apply your faith and gain victory over the schemes of the enemy. Pam is an ordained international Apostle and Evangelist with an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from the HSBN International Fellowship of Ministries Apostolic Center, certified in apologetics (Biola), Bible teacher, speaker and a multi award-winning author.