MARCH 01, 2023
NY Times: Conspiracy Theorizing Goes Off the Rails
BY PAUL KRUGMAN
Having just pounded this malevolent Marxist Mole back into the pits of Hell (over his vile Russia-bashing) only several days ago, I would generally not revisit the same Times scribbler for at least another few weeks. But this particular piece by Paulie Krugman about “conspiracy theories” is just too bad – and also too good – to pass up. Krugman’s crap is bad because it is deceitful. However, this item is also “good” because — for the astute among us — his pathological obsession with various “conspiracy theories” actually proves their veracity.
Krugman’s prolific propaganda production is like that arcade game of “Whack-a-Mole” — in which no matter how many times you pound the mechanical creature back into his hole, the little son-of-a-bitch — and also his rodent relatives — just keep popping up somewhere else.
Let’s pound this greasy bastard back into Satan’s cesspool once again.
THE GAME OF WHACK-A-MARXIST-MOLE (or rat) NEVER ENDS!
Take that, Krugman, And Friedman, And Haberman, And Goldberg, And Brooks, And Sanger, And Meyer, And Landler.
2020: Perverted Paulie — in an obvious attempt to get out ahead of the story — tweeted out that Q-Anon people may have been responsible for downloading child pornography onto his computer. — Sure Paulie, sure.
Krugman: The right is on the attack, claiming that blame for the disaster in Ohio rests on the Biden administration, which it says doesn’t care about or is even actively hostile to white people.
Analysis: Let’s put aside, for argument’s sake, our belief that this train drama was staged by the White Hats in order to shame Biden; and let us play along with the “accident” and “disaster” story-line instead. “Biden’s” refusal to visit rural Trump Country in Ohio — sending his little sodomite Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttplug (who looks different these days) instead — is indeed disrespectful and characteristic of the disdain which the “elites” and big city Jews have for White folks in “flyover country.”
Krugman: Right-wing commentators have just invented a whole new class of conspiracy theory* , one that doesn’t even try to explain how the alleged conspiracy * is supposed to work. Conspiracy theories* generally come in two forms: those that involve a small, powerful cabal and those that require that thousands of people collude to hide the truth.
Analysis: We’re keeping count of how many times this clever bastard utilizes the trick of repetition in order to train his idiot readers. That’s 3 times he has dropped the term “conspiracy theory” or one of its elements.
Krugman: Historically, theories* about …
Analysis: That’s 4 times.
Krugman: … powerful cabals have often been tied to antisemitism, to the belief that the Elders of Zion and/or the Rothschilds were shaping history ……
Analysis: Amazing. After 125 years, the usual suspects STILL can’t stop talking about The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion. What does that tell ya? Hitler explained it like this:
“With groans and moans, the Frankfurter Zeitung (newspaper) repeats again and again that these are forgeries. This alone is evidence enough of their authenticity.“
Tell it, Tell it!
Krugman: …a view promoted by some actually powerful people, including Henry Ford.
Analysis: That’s right. The great auto pioneer spent a fortune trying to warn Americans about the plot described in The Protocols. Only after an assassination-by-auto attempt upon his life did Ford back down and “apologize.”
Krugman: These days, however, the most prominent example is Q-Anon, with its claim that a secret ring of pedophiles controls the U.S. government.
Analysis: Ya know, Paulie, might this anti-Q-Anon obsession of yours have something to do with that child porn which you claim was “planted” on your computer? To tweak and paraphrase what Hitler said about the Protocols:
“With groans and moans, Krugman repeats again and again that Q is a hoax. This alone is evidence enough of Q’s authenticity.”
Hitler & Ford both widely distributed copies of The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.
More than 100 years ago, the “paper of record” used up a lot of ink to “debunk” The Protocols.
Krugman: The thing about secret-cabal theories* is that while they’re generally absurd, they’re hard to definitively disprove.
Analysis: “secret-cabal theories” — That’s 5 times.
Krugman: Is President Biden actually a shape-shifting alien lizard? The White House physician will tell you no, but how do you know that he isn’t a lizard, too?
Analysis: Straw Man Fallacy. Krugman wants to link the solid assertions about the Rothschilds and elite child rapists with belief in “alien lizards.” This smug, dishonest little rat bastard should make the skin of any decent man crawl!
Krugman: The other kind of conspiracy theory*…..
Analysis: “conspiracy theory” — That’s 6 times.
Krugman: ….. by contrast, seems as if it would be easy to disprove, because thousands of people would have to be in on the plot,….
Analysis: When people in high places engineer a culture of common interest (the carrot) and fear (the stick) within their organizations and circles of influence; that will indeed unite “thousands of people” behind a big lie. That is basic social dynamics — not “conspiracy theory.”
Krugman: …. without a single one breaking ranks.
Analysis: People actually “break ranks” and blow the whistle on conspiracies all the time. But because the good and the brave are relatively few, it is a simple enough matter for Fake News scum like Krugman to ignore them.
Krugman: A prime example, still highly influential on the right, is the assertion that climate change is a hoax.
Analysis: Well, it is a hoax — one which MANY scientists have “broken ranks” on — (not that it takes a “scientist” to see through this scam).
Krugman: To believe that, you have to claim that thousands of scientists are colluding to falsify the evidence.
Analysis: Wave enough grant money around on College Avenue and, soon enough, “thousands of scientists” will drop their trousers and bend over for their paymasters.
Krugman: But that hasn’t stopped the belief that climate change isn’t real from being widespread, maybe even dominant, on the U.S. political right.
Analysis: Evidently, Paulie has no problem dismissing the “thousands of scientists” who do NOT believe in the Climate Con as “right wing” conspirators. When it suits his Marxist agenda, he and his ilk peddle the “conspiracy theory” of scientists “falsifying data” for “Big Oil.” What a dad-gum HYPOCRITE!
Krugman: The Big Lie about the “stolen” 2020 election would seem to fall into the same category, requiring malfeasance by election officials across the country.
Analysis: Krugman has just confirmed for us that the 2020 Election was indeed stolen (though the White Hats allowed it to happen for their own reasons.) Does Krugman not believe in the election fraud “conspiracy theories” which his own newspaper reported about in past years?
Krugman: And there’s a new conspiracy theory in town: …………………..
Analysis: “conspiracy theory” — That’s 7 times.
Krugman: .. the claim that the war in Ukraine isn’t really happening, that it’s some kind of fake.
Analysis: Krugman has just confirmed for us that the “war” (limited military operation) — though not totally fake — was actually won and East Ukraine liberated a long time ago. If anything is going on now, it’s just minor skirmishes and/or mopping up operations.
Krugman: But the conspiracy theorizing about the Ohio derailment ….
Analysis: “conspiracy theorizing” — That’s 8 times.
Krugman: But they (Fox News) know their audience, and probably believe that it’s good business to propound racist conspiracy theories ….
Analysis: “conspiracy theories” — That’s 9 times — plus the headline makes 10.
We’re getting to (((them))), boys and girls — and in the process, garnering lots of free publicity. So keep on “conspiracy theorizing.”
1. NOAA scientist & whistleblower John Bates “broke ranks” with fellow government scientists and revealed that temperature data was rigged in advance of the Paris Climate Accords. The Times ignored the story. // 2. Climate scientists for hire! // 3. The Times has run many stories on stolen elections of the past – including how LBJ stole his Senate seat in Texas, in 1948. But any talk of 2020 is “conspiracy theory.”