It has always frustrated me to predict the obvious, be demonized and silenced for predicting the obvious by the mass media, and then several years later have the same mass media reporting on the long predicted outcomes. Such is an example with Rhodesia/Zimbabwe and South Africa.
A UK newspaper “Times Online” has a report on the murder of farmers in South Africa. A prolific and suspiciously named “Lester September” blames it all on “demon rum.” Da debbil made ’em do it! It’s all the alcohol company’s fault!
But none of the other commenters are buying it. It is no longer possible, even for the mass media, to maintain the illusion that handing over Zimbabwe and South Africa to black rule was anything but an Epic Phail. Quality of life can be concretely measured by statisticians,. and it’s gone down the drain in SA and Zimbabwe. It used to be blamed on “the legacy of apartheid.” Even that excuse ran its course.
And yet the journalists who agitated for the end of apartheid still have jobs. Being radically wrong and censoring those who were right comes with no negative consequences.
When you understand this, you get an idea of the paper tigers ruling over us. They aren’t serious. They punish dissenters, but their aggressiveness is in proportion to the cognitive dissonance from propagating lies. Multiculturalism is just another Berlin Wall.