by Lila Rajiva
I write here against anti-Sinitism.
Never heard of it? Oh dear. It must be the only "hate" speech not yet on the government Index. If you didn't know it, our ruling class, for our own salvation and for the salvation of all men, has taken on the task of cleansing us of our own thoughts...and indeed, from thinking.
Admittedly, for a large number of people this would probably be a very good thing. But the rest of us would like to reclaim our cogitations, as well as the vocabulary in which we mutter them.
We want our language back.
In the good old days, hating someone meant you actually felt visceral dislike toward them. Hate expressed itself in clearly recognizable ways. You spewed invective at the people you hated, you dunked spit-balls in their beer, you snickered at their dress-sense, you aspersed their ancestors and compared them unfavorably to lesser primates.
If you were in the press, you advocated deporting them.
If you were in political office, you set up gas ovens and tried exterminating them, along with their uncles, nieces, and third cousins....
At the very least, you cut up their photos and refused to invite them over for tea.
But those were the old days...when Pravda was propaganda and 1984 was still fiction.
Comes the twenty-first century and "hate" today includes some fairly innocuous things:
1. Holding opinions the ruling class doesn't like (traditional, religious, libertarian, anti-state)
2. Researching subjects the ruling class would rather ignore (9-11, Federal Reserve activities, gold manipulation, banker fraud, media disinformation, torture, the CIA, Wall Street control of the media, Zionism)
3. Treating people with different political opinions from yours like human beings, instead of pond-scum
It's obvious from this that we're ruled by brutes who don't own decent thesauruses or dictionaries. Which means a lot of innocent Anglo-Saxon words are currently blubbering underwater in the necrotic swamps of DC.
Spare a kind thought for them.
And while you're at it, I'd urge you to adopt some stray palabra yourself, before Washington reaches out and touches them with its clammy paws.
In fact, I just got me some palabra of my very own.
Anyone who supports the devaluation of the US dollar and/or treasury debt, now largely held by the Chinese government and by Chinese and other Asian savers is an anti-Sinite.
Since debt devaluation would wipe out the savings of creditors, it's clearly motivated by anti-Asian (specifically, anti-Chinese) bigotry. Anti-Sinites want Asians to go broke.
Well-known anti-Sinites include Alan Greenspan, Hank Paulson, and Ben Bernanke.