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TARGETED AND SMEARED BY THE FAKE-LEFT THOUGHT POLICE
by Paul Cudenec
Posted on December 2, 2023
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by Paul Cudenec
A new broadside of deceitful smears has been unleashed by the system against those of us who challenge its techno-totalitarian Great Reset agenda.
Once again, this has been carried out by means of a fake-left proxy, in this instance the Marseille Infos Autonomes (Mars-Info) site in France, which claims to be a “free, anti-capitalist, anti-authoritarian and revolutionary” media source.
And, with utter, laughable, predictability, the propaganda line it takes is that being a freedom-loving anti-industrialist makes you a far-right “reactionary”!
I come under particular attack in this article, published on November 29, 2023, and entitled ‘Le naufrage réactionnaire du mouvement anti-industriel‘ (‘the reactionary shipwreck of the anti-industrial movement’).
It is evidently considered so important by Mars-Info that it has also been produced in two different pdf formats.
The piece describes me as an “anarchist” merely in inverted commas and calls me “transphobic, antisemitic et antifeminist”. All three of these labels are lies, with the first two being cynical distortions of my opposition to the transgender/transhumanist industry and of my work in exposing the malevolent power of the (Jewish) Rothschilds, while the third accusation is never explained even in terms of the authors’ own twisted doublethink and seems to be merely a gratuitous insult aimed at further demonising me among their target readership.
I suppose this is happening partly because my work has begun to be known in France, thanks to an article in the anarchist Brasero magazine and an interview in the real-green newspaper La Décroissance.
But I think it also relates to my attendance, nearly a year ago now, at the launch event for an especially radical issue of the environmentalist journal Écologie & Politique and, in particular, to an article I wrote dissecting the language and origins of a smear attack that had just been levelled at those involved.
You can read the whole thing here, if you want, but the key finding from my research was that the four pseudo-environmentalists behind that verbal assault all turned out to work for the French state and/or European foundations promoting vaccines and smart cities!
The authors of the new smear attack were taking no chances of a repeat performance and this lengthy inquisitorial denunciation of contemporary anti-system heretics remains firmly anonymous.
Their shyness about their own identity does not, however, prevent these shady characters from dropping a staggering number of other people’s names into their potpourri of disingenuous insinuation.
In fact it reads like a who’s who of people voicing common sense and decency in the face of the global cancellation of truth!
Here are some of those attacked:
Cédric Biagini is part of the anarchist publishing house L’Échappée, which produces the excellent Brasero magazine. Author of books about Luddite anti-industrial resistance in France and volontary simple living, he has gone on record to call for vigilance with regards to actual far-right infiltration of the anarchist scene.
The authors of the article concede this – but this still doesn’t stop them from condemning Biagini to their dungeon of political incorrectness for having the effrontery to publish articles by unpersons such as myself.
The Grenoble-based anti-industrial group Pièces et Main d’Oeuvre (PMO) are widely admired in France for their opposition to nanotechnology and the transhumanist agenda.
Their scathing report of the take-over of an international anarchist conference by queer-woke thought police featured in our Acorn bulletin in October this year. All this, of course, makes them “transphobic”.
Julien Coupat of the famous Invisible Committee was once condemned by the French establishment as “ultra-left”, but is now tarred in this article as the darling of “international neonazi networks”. Writing enthusiastically about the superb 2022 Manifeste conspirationniste, which Coupat is said to have penned, apparently makes me a very bad person indeed.
English environmentalist writer Paul Kingsnorth is found guilty of the horrific offences of being in favour of Brexit, writing about vaccine apartheid and pointing out that the Covid “pandemic” scenario was rehearsed in advance. He is also accused, without any supporting evidence, of adopting “openly antifeminist” positions and “collaborating regularly with far-right media”.
Also targeted is Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben – “who after denouncing ‘the invention of an epidemic’ compared the unvaccinated to the ‘Jews under fascism'” . Take him to the stake and burn him!
Author Bertrand Louart of La Lenteur publishers and the well-known radical Radio Zinzine is another name on the Thinkpol blacklist. His book Réappropriation: Jalons pour sortir de l’impasse industrielle (‘Reappropriation: Steps towards a way out from the industrial dead-end’) was reviewed in The Acorn last year.
We wrote there that his perspective is very close to our own: “In fact, in the course of 170 pages he invokes no fewer than 14 organic radical thinkers (Miguel Amorós, Mikhael Bakunin, Walter Benjamin, Guy Debord, Silvia Federici, Renaud Garcia, Friedrich Hölderlin, Peter Kropotkin, Gustav Landauer, Carolyn Merchant, William Morris, George Orwell, Jaime Semprun and Henry David Thoreau)!”
Using an age-old inquisitioners’ technique, the authors attempt to smear Louart by pointing out that he has published articles by someone they have already smeared in the same article, namely Kingsnorth!
One of these they describe as being “violently transphobic” in that it says the concept of “trans children” is “a strategy aiming at the reprogramming of society”.
I quite agree with Kingsnorth there, but then I have also been labelled “transphobic”, so what could my opinion possibly be worth?
The eco-feminist Jennifer Bilek is a key contemporary voice in exposing the big money behind the transgender industry and its very close links to the transhumanist project. Her 11th Hour blog is highly recommended.
Noting that Jennifer was once part of Deep Green Resistance in the USA, the Mars-Info hatchet piece declares that she has now joined the “extreme right”, which will surely come as news to her and to all those who follow her superb work!
Jacques Luzi, editor of the aforementioned Écologie et Politique, is taken to task for publishing the work of the doubly-aforementioned Kingsnorth.
See how easy this smearing thing is?
Terrible man that he plainly is, Luzi has stated his opposition to a totalitarian industrialist future in which genetically-modified babies are created in artificial wombs.
And to think that I got on well with this reactionary monster when we met up in Italy earlier this year!
Feminist Silvia Guerini of the Italian group Resistenze al Nanomondo is at the forefront of the resistance to biotech and transhumanism in Europe. She wrote the article warning of a “world without mothers” featured in The Acorn earlier this year and also conducted the fascinating interview with a previous wave of feminists that we shared on Winter Oak in November.
Needless to say, the smear authors don’t mention that she is a very well-connected and active feminist. They can hardly go so far as to call her “anti-feminist”, though, so is this why they instead level the insult at her male fellow-campaigners?
Silvia has, it seems, committed the unpardonable sin of mentioning George Soros’ funding of the trans cult as well as the complicity of the rainbow-cyborg left in imposing the technocrats’ Covid-related tyranny.
How dare she?
Vincent Cheynet is editor of the monthly newpaper La Décroissance (‘Degrowth’), which is available in newsagents and kiosks across France. We recently translated part of a remarkable interview the paper carried out with Romain Couillet, a leading French mathematics professor who has called for all research on AI to be halted and for the digital world to be dismantled.
But wait. Cheynet is a “Catholic” – no, say it’s not so! – and thus can safely be said to hold “profoundly reactionary positions”.
Renaud Garcia is an important contemporary political philosopher who first came to my attention in 2015 when I read accounts of his critique of the postmodernist sabotage of left-wing and anarchist thought.
This stance quickly made him a target of the pro-system left, some of whose representatives turned up en masse when we invited him to speak at our local anarchist library, condemning him in terms very similar to those deployed by the 2023 smearmongers.
Garcia is of course “tainted” by his inevitable multiple connections with people sharing his views, whose reputations have already been besmirched in the same piece.
But it seems that this heretic has also criticised the very type of people writing about him, regarding them – for some strange reason! – as “new inquisitors” reminiscent of Stalinist communists or George Orwell’s fictional Ingsoc tyrants.
I noticed from their assaults on me and my writing that the smearing approach adopted by the Mars-Info authors is marked by deep dishonesty.
This even extends to pretending they don’t know how the internet works. Sharing and reposting is all part of the game, with reports and articles published on Winter Oak often also featuring on other sites who apparently like the content.
I consider this to be a good thing: the more people that read our articles, the better.
But the inquisitors, apparently desperate for “damning” material, found a stick with which to beat me when they discovered that a piece I published in The Acorn had later been shared by the TruthTalk website.
Choosing to pretend that I was somehow responsible for all the rest of its content, they contrived to triumphantly link it – and thus me! – to Steve Bannon and Donald Trump.
Take also, the attack on Matthieu Amiech, a founder of the anti-industrial publishers La Lenteur and a member of a group warning against the dangers of digitisation. He published a book on the way that the notion of “conspiracy theory” has been instrumentalised by the state and – shock horror! – has dared to question the use of “vaccines” against the moderately-dangerous Covid.
The smearmongers write that at the time he was saying this “there had, for more than five months, been an average of 300 people a day dying from Covid-19 in France. Deaths whose proportion has always been more significant among the working class and ethnic minorities”.
In other words, in their totalitarian show-trial world, questioning Big Pharma’s jabs is necessarily both anti-working class and racist!
They take a similar line when discussing a piece by Pierre Bourlier, which warned of the tyranny being unleashed under the excuse of Covid.
Apparently horrified by his use of the terms “global oligarchy” and “totalitarian offensive”, which they highlight in scare quotes, they go on to complain: “Not a word is consecrated to the deep inequality in national and international access to a preventative medicine which drastically reduces severe forms of the illness and diminishes the risk of sequels”.
So, from the authors’ narrow dogmatic perspective, any analysis that does not parrot the official fact-checking narratives of the Pfizer Left is to be summarily condemned, with no further thought or discussion?
We certainly saw this to be the case during the Covid years, as well as with each detail of the UNSDG/Great Reset slavery agenda which the fake-left is being used to market and morally enforce.
And much of the modus operandi in this latest dissent-dissing exercise amounts merely to relating opinions or activities which are evidently assumed to be shocking by the brainwashed woke zombies who fall for this kind of propaganda.
No comment is generally provided on why such-and-such statement is considered unacceptable – it seems the groupthink consensus is sufficiently tight to make this self-evident to every member of the flock.
Here are some examples of the dreadful thoughtcrimes apparently committed by me and others, as presented in the article:
Mentioning George Soros, in any context
Using the term “vitaphobic”
Talking about transhumanism
Opposing lockdown and masks during Covid
Questioning the gravity of the “pandemic”
Suggesting there is anything fascistic about Klaus Schwab
Using the term ‘Great Reset’ (unless, presumably, you are Klaus Schwab or Charles Windsor)
Applauding the truckers’ freedom convoy in Canada
Reporting on protests against the vaccine pass in France
Referring approvingly to any organisation that the thought police have previously deemed to be “antisemitic”
Being in contact with other people who share your opinions
Writing about spirituality or a sense of the sacred
Admiring René Guénon
Referring to “technocracy”
Being concerned about 5G
Opposing artificial wombs
Suggesting that woke dogma is totalitarian
Mentioning someone else’s opinion that man-made climate change doesn’t exist
Deploying the terms “globalist elite” or “global oligarchy”
Expressing an ‘essentialising’ love of Nature and the Living
All the authors are really proving with all this is that their opinions on pretty much everything are the complete opposite of those held by me and the others targeted.
We also disagree fundamentally as to what that difference reveals about our respective positions in relation to the status quo.
The authors claim that the anti-industrialist and anti-transhumanist movement is a “front” for right-wing interests that want to “reinforce the dominant order”.
I, on the other hand, believe that these authors are themselves working for the dominant order and are trying to stifle fundamentally dissenting voices using the dishonest device of claiming to represent the “left” and thus branding their opponents as being part of the “right”.
Once again in this article we hear the familiar voice of the system – the ugly, sneering, sound of professional smearmongers, spooks and hacks spewing out the same old insinuations and guilt-by-associations.
I think that, even on its own, the headline which frames this article as a specific attack on the anti-industrialist movement, aimed at putting off radicals who might be attracted to it, entirely gives away what is going on here.
When you add in the fact that they seek to stigmatise, as reactionary or right-wing, all opposition to specific industrial sectors – Big Pharma, biotech, eugenics – it is only too plain that the anonymous authors are operating on behalf of the global industrial entity and the venal financial interests behind it.
It is worth noting that the anti-industrial movement in France has been identified as a primary enemy by the regime fronted by former Rothschild banker Emmanuel Macron, which has been ramping up both the rhetoric and the repression in the last year or two.
But while the corporate media smears aimed at the general public depict the movement as being an “ultra-left”, “eco-terrorist” or “Black Bloc” entity, a different approach is obviously needed when addressing a niche libertarian-left readership.
This is presumably why “antifeminist” had to be added to the list of insults, with no evidence, and also why the article describes the objects of its venom as “authoritarian”, again with nothing at all to back this up and despite the glaring fact that most of us are anarchists!
Is it “authoritarian” to condemn the new global fascism and the techno-totalitarian future of slavery it has lined up for us? To oppose lockdowns, obligatory masks and vaccine passports? To stand up for freedom of expression in the face of the truth-cancelling dogma of the transhumanist woke cult?
In conclusion, the attempted use of this “extreme right” smear against freedom-loving anti-industrialists merely reinforces what so many of us have been saying for a long time now, namely that the labels of “left” and “right” have become meaningless.
The real divide is between those who support the technocratic, life-hating, globalist system – such as the authors of the Mars-Info hit piece – and those of us committed to resisting it and bringing it down.
I would like to thank my accusers for making that reality even more obvious.
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