by Kevin Alfred Strom
IN 1948, George Orwell wrote in his novel 1984 of “historians” and “librarians” whose job it was to erase inconvenient facts from the historical record, from books, and from past news reports. The old issues of books and newspapers would come in, be rewritten so that facts or statements that might now be “inconvenient” to society’s rulers were altered or omitted, and then be re-entered into the archives so that all citizens could see that the latest policies and statements of Big Brother were invariably in accord with the “facts,” which “good citizens” piously believed to have “always been so.” (Until the next revision, that is — at which time the good citizens declared that they had never been so foolish as to be believe what they had sworn was the truth ten days before, and that today’s pronouncements of the “authorities” represented Truth with a capital T, and always had.) Sometimes a fact or a truth was so “dangerous” in the eyes of the powerful that rewriting it wasn’t enough. It had to be destroyed. Publications and documents containing such truths were shoved into a slot called a “memory hole” — which led directly to the incinerators. They would never be seen again.
Something very similar is happening in America right now. History is being erased. The archives are being purged. In the role of Big Brother is the Jewish power structure, in the form of the Anti-Defamation League — and Google.