You’d think that a leftist who did a political killing of a teenager he accused of being a Republican would be a big news story. However, basically no one is even covering it.
For more than three days now, left-wing TV networks have refused to report on the politically-motivated killing of 18-year-old Cayler Ellingson, a conservative, by 41-year-old Shannon Brandt in North Dakota.
In the early hours of Sunday morning, Brandt hit the teenager with his car, reportedly due to a political disagreement, before driving off. 勃兰特 承认 to police that the collision was a deliberate attack, and that he had been motivated by Ellingson’s political affiliation. According to court documents, Ellingson called his mother twice and asked her to pick him up, saying that someone was chasing him. By the time she arrived to collect her son, Brandt had already run him down and left the scene.
A review of news coverage on leftwing broadcast (ABC, CBS, and NBC) and cable (CNN and MSNBC) outlets revealed that none of these networks have given the attack even one second of airtime. Both Fox News and Newsmax covered the incident on Tuesday evening during the 7 p.m. Eastern hour.
In the current media environment where concerns over political violence are remarkably high, this silence from the establishment news media is deafening.
It really does look like their refusal to cover the attack is because of both Brandt’s and his victim’s politics. Brandt claimed Ellingson was a “Republican extremist,” echoing language used by President Biden during recent a speech, in which he declared Trump voters were an extremist threat to the nation.
This is the reality: the media shapes reality. If the media chooses to ignore a story, then it might as well have not happened at all.
People don’t seem to understand that the media shapes perceptions more than it ever has at any time in history. In the old days, before the internet, the media more or less had a lock down on information, but people were not nearly as saturated in the media as they are now. Furthermore, in the time before the internet, people were still reading books, and books featuring alternative views were still allowed in the library. Most importantly, before ubiquitous electronic media, people just thought for themselves more.
The internet provided a brief window where people could find free ideas – but it took until the 2010s for people to really get the information together in the first place. When I first got on the internet, there was no good information about the Jews or white issues. I don’t know how many people remember this, but I basically distilled this information single-handedly. I took most of the information from 4chan, of course. But it wasn’t until 2011 or so that this information showed up on 4chan at all, and I was the one who went through and put it together into a comprehensive worldview.
People don’t remember the internet of 2005 or whatever. It was a complete mess. There was virtually no good information, and the information that was good was lined with nonsense.
Basically, you had this brief window between 2012 and 2017 where you could talk openly about the Jews on the internet. This culminated in the election of Donald Trump – and then that election was used as a justification for shutting down all free speech online.
We are now in total information control. The government does whatever it wants, and the people just sit back and absorb it.
More important than the Democrat media not covering a Republican being murdered is what the entire media agrees on. Fox News agrees that we should fight a world war with Russia and China. Tucker Carlson is an exception, in that he is pro-Russia, and basically pro-white (or at least anti-anti-white), but even Tucker toes the line on certain issues, including making false claims that China is a threat to America and that the coronavirus exists. Tucker also obviously doesn’t say “Jews are the problem.” He did actually say “fuck the ADL,” which is getting close, and he regularly lists off Jewish names and says “these people are the problem,” but he won’t say the thing that really needs to be said: “Jews are the problem.”
The more important an issue is, the more cohesive the media presentation will be. The Ukraine Democracy War and the vax agenda are very important, so Tucker is the only one speaking against those hoaxes. But the coronavirus hoax and Jews are core issues, so even Tucker agrees on those topics.
We live in a matrix, and it is impossible to underestimate just how totally dumb and brainwashed the masses of people actually are. This grid is scientific. They have tested their ability to control people’s thoughts, and they now do it using technique.
Even people who are exposed to this information we talk about here at the Daily Stormer can easily slip back into the grid if they are emotionally vulnerable (most people in this society, including men, are emotionally vulnerable like babies). You will find people agreeing with the media about the Ukraine Democracy War, or saying Russia and China are bad. They typically state different reasons than the ones the media states, but the fact is, they are agreeing with key assertions of the State Department and CNN and they are too emotional to see the problem with this.
I have arguments with people over very basic things – people who should know better come at me saying “well, maybe we do need a global government controlled by Jews, actually, because after all, Russia insulted Adolf Hitler…”
Moreover, I was a lone voice defending against the coronavirus hoax. Many, many people on the right-wing were saying it was all real. Here’s the fact: the media supporting something means that it’s bad. But even people on the right have a hard time fully processing that, and their desire to fall into line with the masses drives them to do mental gymnastics to explain that the media is actually right.
The media dictates to society what is right, and everyone wants to be a part of society, because it is extremely difficult to stand outside of society. It takes spiritual fortitude to reject everything the media is selling. So, it’s bigger than simply a war of information, and is actually a war for men’s souls.