Truths and Myths – a Digression

I got a bit sidetracked by this short video by Tony Heller

  • Dr Fauci Discusses Vaccine Safety

off I went contemplating a few quotes and passages that I have resonated with … 

  • Murakami

“The truth sometimes reminds me of a city buried in sand. […] As time passes, the sand piles up even thicker


“You can hide memories, but you can’t erase history.“

 – From ”Colourless Tsukuru Tazaki” by Haruki Murakami

  • Solzhenitsyn

“We know they are lying, they know they are lying, they know we know they are lying, we know they know we know they are lying, but they are still lying

 – Attributed to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

  • Tony Kevin

“The demand for an open space dedicated to the study, discussion and public presentation of the era of Stalinist oppression can be felt especially keenly now.  The history of 20th century Russia is tragic and complex from a moral and humanistic standpoint; to this day, there is no distinct commonly accepted interpretation.  At the same time, without a thoughtful and dispassionate analysis of the past, it is impossible to build a contemporary society with a conflict free national identity.“

 – “Our Projects” section of website of the Gulag Museum in Moscow – cited in “Return to Moscow” by Tony Kevin

Which brings me to the Auntie of all myths (COVID being the Mother)

  • E. Michael Jones Finally Discusses The Holocaust Myth

And he does it with great alacrity

Santa Inc is mentioned … 

  • Sarah Silverman from “Jesus is Magic”

Let’s Go Santa Inc – Let’s Go Silverman

  • Rachel Hanan – every Auschwitz canard in 82 seconds

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