The D Word
Mao comes to the House of Commons
When I was recording my podcast on Friday, I couldn’t remember a specific word I wanted to use. I knew it began with the letter D. I’d been talking about Matt Hancock so surprisingly it wasn’t Despot or Dickhead.
Then on Saturday morning the word slipped into my dozing brain like a sliver of ripe pear.
The D word I was reaching for, like Tantalus grasping for fruit, was DENOUNCE.
On Wednesday 11th January, at Prime Minister’s Questions, Mr Hancock, also known as Midazolam Matt and Psychopathic Cunt amongst other things, used his right to parliamentary ‘privilege’ (oh the irony) to make an address to the House regarding a tweet from Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen, in which he reported what an Israeli cardiologist had told him regarding the mass experimental gene therapy roll out, which Herr Hancock led the charge on.
Due to this tweet, Bridgen, who has rather belatedly woken up to the reality of what he’s been part of over the last three years, subsequently lost the whip, which in layman’s terms means he has effectively been expelled from the Conservative party. The Guardian gleefully wrote ‘probably permanently.’
Ah, the beautiful impartiality of the free British press.
Bridgen’s original tweet, which was deleted, is helpfully copied here, above the newly released official CDC VAERS safety monitoring analyses for Covid-19 vaccines.
Below is Herr Hancock’s address, and Chairman Sunak’s response, showing the world once and for all that being reprehensible, autocratic bastards who haven’t got an enlightened, democratic bone in their weasly bodies, comes far too easily:
I tweeted this shortly afterwards:
I’ll tell you who else favoured propaganda, stopped free speech, and experimented on the human race: The Nazis.
In this stomach-dropping exchange, Hancock and Sunak displayed their utter contempt for free speech, and the democratic process and they proved my truism that all governments are benign, until they are not.
Like the other khaki-suited, mustachioed, diminutive tyrants of the 20th century, they both chose to use smear tactics to denounce Bridgen by falsely accusing him of something unspeakable, that they knew would render any views he now expresses untrustworthy in the mind of the brainwashed public.
Did any MP stand up and protest? Of course not, because parliament is full of cowardly wankers with spines like cooked tagliatelle. That goes for the Lords too. The ermine-wearing, privilege-chasing sycophants.
I wish I was exaggerating when I say that for the first time in living memory we are living in a one-party state, with no free press, or opposition. I’m not. That much is clear. Our government has become another ‘D’ word: Dictatorship. What you witnessed on Wednesday, and subsequently, is the British version of a denunciation rally.
There are no actual executions, only verbal ones.
Chairman Mao loved a good denunciation rally, or struggle session to eliminate any opposition. They were also known as ‘speak bitterness’ sessions. They were dreadful, often violent public spectacles where people accused of being ‘class enemies’ were publicly humiliated, accused, beaten and tortured by people with whom they were close. They were usually conducted at the workplace, classrooms and auditoriums, students were pitted against their teachers, friends and spouses were pressured to betray one another, and children were manipulated into exposing their parents.
If you want to see how we might look in a few years, just look at Scotland, which is well on the way to becoming McNaziMaoland.
The denunciation of prominent class enemies was often conducted in public squares with large, braying crowds who surrounded the kneeling victim with fists held aloft, spitting outbursts of hatred and baseless accusation. A bit like trans activists on a university campus.
What was the purpose of these staged rallies? It can be narrowed down to these three points:
Economic campaigns sought to improve conditions, often by increasing production in particular sectors of the economy.
Ideological campaigns sought to change people's thinking and behaviour.
Struggle sessions were similar to ideological campaigns, but "their focus was on the elimination of the power base and/or class position of enemy classes or groups.
The first point is not as relevant to this article except to say that it is certainly part of the ‘greater good’, communitarian drive towards a quasi-communist hell scape in terms of pushing developed economies towards an anti-human, climate catastrophist agenda, that wants to force us to survive on cockroaches, rainbows and unicorn farts, while the party elite eat steak, burn coal, and drive Cadillacs.
The second point should ring alarm bells. We know for a fact that there is a nudge unit in No 10, and that a Marxist organisation called Common Purpose, like ivy into brick, has slowly grown its progressive tentacles into every institution since the 70s.
The third point is perhaps the most stark, as so many of us have experienced it personally. Terms like ‘Anti-vaxxer’, ‘Covid-denier’, ‘Terf’, ‘Climate-denier’, and other denouncement labels, are all used to vilify groups that are then labelled ‘enemies of the state’.
The formalities of these speak sessions were deliberately vague. There was no time limit on testimonies, no formalised process, no cross-examination of witnesses and little or no opportunity for the accused to bring witnesses or speak on their own behalf.
This is chilling, particularly when you think of the last three years, when all dissenting voices in our institutions were subject to a form of denunciation. And not just regarding Covid or the vaccines.
This goes to the heart of everything we love.
Even God has been denounced. All totalitarian regimes try to kill God, just as they try to kill the transcendent beauty of what it is to be human.
But they never succeed because, as The Smiths said: There is a light that never goes out.
Where did the Chinese get the idea for these charming speak bitterness sessions I hear you ask? We’re back to our old friends the Marxist-Leninists. The concept of ‘criticism and self-criticism’ originated during the 1921–1924 purges of academia within the Soviet Union. This would eventually develop into the practise of ‘criticism and self-criticism’ campaigns in which intellectuals suspected of possessing counter-revolutionary tendencies were publicly interrogated as part of a policy of proletariatisation. This policy would be expanded past academia into the economic spheres of Russia with managers and party-bosses coerced into undergoing campaigns of popular criticism.
Stalin introduced the concept of self-criticism in his 1924 work The Foundations of Leninism. He would later expand this concept in his 1928 article ‘Against Vulgarising the Slogan of Self-Criticism’. Stalin wrote: ‘I think, comrades, that self-criticism is as necessary to us as air or water. I think that without it, without self-criticism, our Party could not make any headway, could not disclose our ulcers, could not eliminate our shortcomings. And shortcomings we have in plenty. That must be admitted frankly and honestly.'
Of course by shortcomings, Stalin meant anyone who didn’t think like he did.
*knock on the door* Come with us, Comrade Bridgen.
Speaking of Russia, I saw that Konstantin Kisin, one of the hosts of Triggernometry, had tweeted about the Bridgen affair. I don’t engage much with Kisin, or the other one, but I was so fucked off by his limp, fence-sitting, moderate tone, I felt compelled to respond. These free-speech, ‘let’s-preserve-enlightened-Western values’ commentators grind my fucking gears. They’ll pontificate endlessly about everything, except the elephant who is not just in the room, but has got his trunk inside the biscuit tin, and his big, grey wrinkled arse on the sofa watching The Jeremy Vile Show.
Kisin’s charming response to my impassioned tweet about the extent of the global crime unfolding was: ‘you need help’.
Ooh, that Abi Roberts, she’s bonkers you know. She’s always banging on about conspiracy nonsense. It doesn’t bother me, as I always detect palpable discomfort beneath the insults that they actually think us ‘crazy’ ones may be on to something.
He muted the conversation soon after. You can mute truth temporarily, but you can never hide from it.
I’ve seen other people on social media suggest that writing to your MP will help, as you can let them know how you feel, to which I give this example:
Dear Mr Mengele
I’d like to draw your attention to the unprecedented global crimes that you have supported, and wondered if I could pop round one afternoon this week for a cup of tea, and a cheeky custard cream?
No amount of emails to your MP will change what is at the heart of this. We’ve crossed the rubicon. It’s too late. Our ‘democracy’ has been murdered by android-like, autocratic ideologues who simply don’t understand the sanctity of reason, truth, beauty and goodness. These megalomaniacs have a dark void where their souls should be.
And if for one moment you think it won’t get worse in the West, you’ve learnt sweet fuck all. Just look at the unspeakable horrors that have unfolded since March 2020. Formerly rational, free countries turned into thuggish despots overnight when a bad cold apparently rampaged across the globe.
I remember when I first appeared on GB News Free Speech Nation in July 2021, Andrew Doyle found it really funny that I kept going on and on about Mao and ‘the slippery slope’ in regards to what was actually happening in Western democracies. Not so funny now eh?
For what it’s worth, I think the Israeli doctor’s suggestion that what we’re witnessing is the biggest crime since the Holocaust is unthinkable. But that’s only because it may very well prove to be true. 90 countries were locked down, millions died at home or had serious illnesses that were undiagnosed, many including children took their own lives, and millions upon millions of human beings have been injected with an experimental mRNA gene therapy.
As the American’s say, you do the math.
Oh, I’ve just remembered another D word: Drain.
As in drain the swamp.