Not long after Cologne sexual assault story came out, I was trying to figure out whether it was true or not. I came across this story.
(BTW, note that this article is dated February 4.)
It claims that Middle Eastern refugees who had already been kicked out of Norway were in Murmansk, way up North in Russia, and had tried to pull the same shit that they supposedly did in Cologne, and look what happened... A massive fight with 51 refugees and, I assume, at least a similar number of Russians, who beat the fuck out of the refugees for insulting their women, and 18 of the 51 are hospitalized and so forth.
Now, I have been studying Russian for the last few years. (My girlfriend is Russian...) I went to look for the Russian news on this event. I then saw that whatever Russian news I could find (I used news.yandex.ru which is the Russian equivalent more or less of google news) used the western articles as their source of information!
Now that was a half year ago and I looked at this again today and I found a Russian news agency article.
Oops, it's in Russian! Well, the best machine translation (not that good) on this was from Bing, the Microsoft Translator.
(Note that the date of the article is 30 January, 5 days before the article from Daily Caller.)
The machine translation is (as typical) something of a mess. The correct title is basically: "In Murmansk, the police attest that there was no altercation with the refugees."
The machine translation of the verb "zavyeryat" is "assure" but really the Russian verb is stronger. For example, a certified or juridical translation is "zavyeryeny perevod" in Russian. "Zavyeryeniye" from the same verb means notarization basically. So the cops there are saying quite strongly that this never happened.
Note the second paragraph of the article:
"Police questioned employees of the institutions studied writing with CCTV cameras, as well as recordings from CCTV cameras system" safe city ". As a result of complex events information has not been confirmed, "the statement said.
Well, that's again a crappy machine translation. It means the cops studied the CCTV footage and so forth in detail and there is no proof that any of this shit really happened.
Basically, the disco in question, "Gandvik" has CCTV of course and the cops examined it and interviewed people and basically they certify that this did not happen.
But, Linh, think about what was being claimed. 51 refugees getting their asses kicked by... well... presumably at least as many Russians, so 100+ people in a massive brawl, right? This is the claim, and it's getting echoed in the echo chamber and the local cops, who never heard of any such thing happening, they go to the place, look at the CCTV footage, interview people and AFFIRM/ATTEST/CERTIFY that this shit never happened.
In Russia... this is what a sane country looks like, eh? Some people make up some shit saying some brawl happened involving 100+ people, the cops go investigate and they confirm that the shit didn't happen! End of story. (Except that the story was already planted in the public mind and even if the cops say it didn't happen...)
But look at the constructed narrative. Supposedly these PC faggot Germans in Cologne let these swarthy barbarians rape their women, but these Russians, who have not forgotten what it is to be men (proud WHITE MEN), they defended the honor of their women. (The very flower of white womanhood???)
So they've got their memes they're planting, but the incidents in question simply did not happen!
The biggest single take-away from all of this sort of thing is that there is a massive propaganda effort underway to vilify Muslims. There really are these people who are paid, probably six-figure salaries, to just sit around and make up calumnies. Those fake ISIS beheading videos, as crappy and fake as they are, it costs close to a hundred grand to make one apparently. Not only do these people (we know who they are, the Zio bastards basically) have probably millions of dollars to spread this stuff, but they also have a pretty good understanding of mass psychology, how to propagate myths, like urban legends.
It appears that planting the idea that there is a Muslim rape epidemic going on is a psy-op courtesy of these wonderful people, along with the stories of tit slicing gadgets and beheading videos and all the rest of it.
[read more Jonathan Revusky at Unz Review]
Thursday, August 11, 2016
- Linh Dinh
- Born in Vietnam in 1963, I came to the US in 1975, and have also lived in Italy, England and Germany. I'm the author of two books of stories, Fake House (2000) and Blood and Soap (2004), five of poems, All Around What Empties Out (2003), American Tatts (2005), Borderless Bodies (2006), Jam Alerts (2007) and Some Kind of Cheese Orgy (2009), and a novel, Love Like Hate (2010). I've been anthologized in Best American Poetry 2000, 2004, 2007, Great American Prose Poems from Poe to the Present, Postmodern American Poetry: a Norton Anthology (vol. 2) and Flash Fiction International: Very Short Stories From Around the World, etc. I'm also editor of Night, Again: Contemporary Fiction from Vietnam (1996) and The Deluge: New Vietnamese Poetry (2013). Blood and Soap was chosen by Village Voice as one of the best books of 2004. My writing has been translated into Italian, Spanish, French, Dutch, German, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic, Icelandic and Finnish, and I've been invited to read in London, Cambridge, Brighton, Paris, Berlin, Leipzig, Halle, Reykjavik, Toronto, Singapore and all over the US. I've also published widely in Vietnamese.