History’s story of “Honest Abe” fiction? (part II)

History’s story of “Honest Abe” fiction? (part II)

Rewriting history may seem like a rather quixotic notion.

After all, one doesn’t lack understanding as to why creating such blatant contradictions to that body of historical knowledge in which generations of American public school students have been psychologically conditioned to unquestioningly believe, would largely be perceived as foolhardy, perhaps even absurd.

Or – does applying critical thought and analysis in questioning the bedrock tenets of American history seem absurd only because its veracity has largely been held on purely faith alone?

Is it that the myth of America’s sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln, seems so seductively indelible only because – rather than reflecting a truthful and verifiable historical account –  the historical narrative associated with that particular historical figure was designed to reflect and even exalt those higher virtues the American nation would like to believe it inherently embodies?

The obvious question remains: how can such mythical historical narratives, based wholly upon lies, withstand truth’s penetrating probe of critical analysis?

The answer: they can’t and they won’t.

That is why critical thought and analysis regarding America’s historical narratives are eschewed and even scorned by the social conditioning and indoctrination methods that have been assiduously utilized on generations of American public school students.

Therefore, as loyal readers shall soon discover, when put to any modicum of critical analysis, the alleged assassination of Abraham Lincoln represents a fraudulent historical narrative that was designed to create the indelible image of a mythical and heroic martyr, rather than an accurate, verifiable and chronological portrayal of an historical event capable of withstanding analytical scrutiny. Continue reading “History’s story of “Honest Abe” fiction? (part II)”

History’s story of “Honest Abe” fiction? (Part I)

History’s story of “Honest Abe” fiction? (Part I)

This blog is fast becoming a historical killing field, filled with the slaughtered carcasses of American history’s sacred cows. And now, one shall usher perhaps the most sacred of them all into the paddock – Abraham Lincoln – the “Illinois rail-splitter”, masonic puppet, actor, and yes folks, a total fiction.

The official, mainstream history of America one encounters in public school and university texts is indeed a blatant fiction, designed to exalt the truthful virtues of dramatic accounts and mythical characters, all of which have been entirely fabricated to induce the masses’ psychological and emotional investment into believing – so it seems in the case of Abraham Lincoln – completely and utterly fictitious absurdities.

For the span of almost two centuries now, the mythical story of Abraham Lincoln has echoed down to the present time as an almost sacred, gospel-like tradition and, anyone daring to question its historical veracity has been summarily labeled a heretic or even worse, branded with the all-purpose, ad hominem pejorative: “conspiracy theorist.”

Thus, the unorthodox perspectives, opinions, and discussions discovered here at Newsspell must be considered quite heretical indeed. Surely, anyone thinking of  subscribing to such heretical musings deserves the most ghastly, painful persecution while tortuously hoisted upon burning stakes.

Well then, so be it.

By way of comparison, the comically anomalous nature of the alleged Lincoln assassination story makes the JFK assassination tale, concocted nearly a century later, appear to be a rather rational chronological documentation of plausible events.

This comparison to the JFK assassination simulated crisis is particularly apt, because it appears that once again, Rockefeller family members had collectively participated in perpetrating yet another grand historical hoax. Continue reading “History’s story of “Honest Abe” fiction? (Part I)”

Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part IX)

Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part IX)

The concept of death doesn’t hold the same significance for the ruling elites that it would for the proletariat.

Family members of the ruling elite bloodlines may live several lifetimes to the so-called commoners one. While holding on to a primary identity, elite family members often serve as host actors in the portrayal of many characters over the span of a single lifetime, dying and resurrecting into new characters when one becomes no longer profitable or when its character arc has fulfilled its political or social purpose.

Though conceptually, this may be difficult for many to consider when encountering the sort of information discovered here at Newsspellcom.org., understanding the concept of how the masses perception of reality is routinely manipulated in such ways is crucial in developing a rational understanding of the illusory nature of the world one lives in.

As one of pop music’s most seminal performers, and the subject of today’s piece, once proclaimed to the world through the gift of song, one must ‘break on through to the other side’.

As one shall soon observe, some of history’s most prominent public figures, both in the world of pop music and the US military, are indeed, not who they say they are. Continue reading “Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part IX)”