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Repeat After Us: Russians Aren’t Humans

And never forget it

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Before entering into an illegal war of aggression, it is first necessary to dehumanize The Enemy.

Scholars have written extensively about the triumphs of the Creel Committee, a group of American journalists, politicians and other members of respectable society who turned a nation of isolationist, anti-war patriots into rabid Hun-hating fanatics who eagerly volunteered to die in European trenches for no reason. If you're lucky, your college history textbook might have a footnote about the exploits of the Creel Committee. Don't hold your breath though.

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This again.

The committee accomplished this impressive feat by portraying the Germans as subhumans so evil and contemptuous that they were undeserving of even the most elementary gestures of human sympathy.

Despite "disbanding" in 1919, the Creel Committee continues to inform American citizens about subhumans and their evil deeds all over the world.

Today, the full machinery of the Creel Committee — it now operates under different names — is being directed at Russia. And they're working around-the-clock.

Hours after Vitaly Churkin died unexpectedly in New York on Monday evening, we reported on the dehumanizing, conspiratorial slime already being slung by "respectable" journalists.

We didn't even scratch the surface of this filth, though. Here is a truly superb video by In The Now, outlining what we are witnessing:

If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face — forever.


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