by Sundance at The Conservative Treehouse
Here’s the baseline context of my review on this discussion provided by Tucker Carlson, as he takes part in the “World Government Summit at What’s Next for Storytelling?”
Tucker is shocked, shocked to see with his own eyes that Russia is a modern, beautiful, safe, clean, well-run nation filled with generally happy people who are just like you and me – only they don’t pretend. That’s it, that’s the major difference.
If you were to analyze all of the varying realities around the opinions of those few people from the West who have literally put boots on the ground in Russia, the major thing that everyone would have a hard time explaining is this non-pretense. However, as soon as you say, “They don’t pretend,” anyone who has visited Russia in the last two years says, “Yes – that’s it; exactly that.” Essentially, that’s what Tucker is trying to explain also.
Yes, we in the West are being played by Western interests in creating our opinion of Russia. Yes, to just about everything Tucker Carlson is saying in this segment – only more. Tucker didn’t even go to the beautiful places like St. Petersburg; he was limited by self-choice to being stuck in Moscow.
Any independent journalist who writes about the constructs in/around Russia, yet has not been there in the last few years, can be completely disregarded. Yes, we are all getting played, and I have repeatedly said the same thing openly.
Why should you care?
There are a lot of really good answers to that question. However, the most substantive answer revolves around our perception of the world we live in. I cannot emphasize enough how the Western World has flipped the dynamic, and now “propaganda” is the government tool of the West.
At the end of this rainbow of propaganda,…Continue Reading