Persecution and Victimhood as Shields

When waging war, the shields of persecution / victimhood give strong defense.

If you are able to convince the rest of the world that your tribe has been the most victimized and persecuted ever, it provides cover to engage in myriad criminal activities and abuses of human rights, all the while expanding the power and influence of your tribe. Few will dare to launch a counter-attack because they don’t want to be accused of assaulting a beleaguered, victim class. In addition, if you distort and exaggerate your claims of victimhood, you will be able to extort millions upon billions of fraudulent reparation payments from innocent people for things that never happened. These innocent people will continue to pay, even though they know they had nothing to do with it, because of the false guilt and shame they feel. The restitution funds, along with donations, can then be funneled into multi-million dollar organizations that will keep the shields up and persecute those who question the lies. Just think about that for a moment… studying history, coming to a different conclusion based on the evidence and speaking out about it can land you in prison for denial. Seems to me like somebody has something to hide.

Nevermind that said “victims” have been kicked out of at least 109 nations since 250 AD all because of nuffin, of course. Nevermind that there have been millions of other victims / survivors of atrocities throughout history who were never compensated nuffin, because they are not the chosen ones.

The You Know Whos are the ultimate Dindus!

The You Know Whos know how to get Gibs-Me-Dat!

“We dinju nuffins!”

When a shield is built from a dark phantom of lies, its strength will disintegrate as the rays of truth rise. The lying criminals will be clearly exposed and pierced by arrows of justice.

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