Diana West, The hunt is on. We are all quarry now. Jackal media and hyena politicians, tasting first blood in their next victim, and their next, and their next, are in full cry, tearing to pieces all opponents of the Coup that installed the Biden-Harris gang through clanging, high decibel Big Lies, one after another after another.
I woke up this morning with a set of yesterday’s victims in mind to write about today; before I could get to them, I found a brand new one, unearthed by the New York Times, and run to ground by the bloodthirsty, regime-approved voices of Twitter. I had to take note.
His name is Jeffrey Clark, Justice Department civil division chief. His crime? The New York Times inversion of events (by no stretch a “news” report) is lengthy but the lead will suffice: Clark “devised a plan with President Donald J. Trump to oust Jeffrey A. Rosen as acting attorney general and wield the department’s power to force Georgia state lawmakers to overturn its presidential election results.”
Hard and copious evidence of election fraud to steal Georgia from Donald Trump and state efforts led by Gov Brian Kemp to cover it up are not merely erased here; they are disguised and made hideous as “conspiracy theories” and “false election claims.” It follows, then, that Jeffrey Clark and President Trump were pushing same, thus attempting to “devise,” “oust,” “wield,” “overturn.” In fact (a state of rhetorical grace unknown to media agit prop agents), Clark and President Trump were attempting to devise, oust, wield and restore the people’s right to self-determination, as lawfully executed in Georgia on November 3 and subsequently overturned by fraud.
Big difference. So big it overcomes any Big Lie, which is why it has to be denied and its propenents destroyed. The NYT having driven Clark into the the open, the “blue checks” — big tech censor faves — smell blood and are baying for his head. From just a small sample of the invective below we get: “scheming” Clark, “the most stunning coup plotter” “should be prosecuted,” “should be disbarred and prosecuted” “sedition” — you get the idea.
The coordinated echo and frenzy of it all has that old time Daily Worker “transmission belt” feel to it. It’s the same old hue and cry, amplified and repeated enough to enter into general consciousness as a brain-washed conventional wisdom. Say, I heard Jeffrey Clark be prosecuted for sedition along with that riot-inciter and coup-plotter Donald Trump….
Having had the presidential election stolen from us, we are under an ever-escalating assault now. It is a total war waged from the highest tactical ground, for our minds, our memories, and our consciences.
Read The Red Thread by Diana West
A sterling example of penetrating counterintelligence analysis, the kind one seldom sees issuing from intelligence circles, let alone from a private researcher. Diana’s previous books mark her as one who goes far beyond the usual academic policy analysis, to penetrate to the heart of hidden history that seldom makes it to the light of day.
Reading The Red Thread prompted me to recall Honoré de Balzac’s observation that there are two histories: the official one, mendacious; and the secret history, shameless, but the real cause of events. Diana West plumbs the depths of Balzac’s secret history in a way that surfaces the realities of an ideological underworld that too many deny and would rather not see exposed. Diana West is a one-person intelligence agency.