An important point is made in the following observations regarding the Battle at Wounded Knee and the Pulse terror attack in Orlando, Florida, being described as the worst mass shooting on U.S. soil.
In summarizing other’s analyses without being on the scene itself, it is often expected that the resulting report on which is being relied, is also one which is reliable.
Journalism, by its very nature, is supposed to be based on facts: the who, what, how, when, which, why, where of the situation — how it happened, how it has unfolded, and how it ended. Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
Oftentimes, opinion, hearsay, and repeated mantras wind up to be the story itself, and it is one of the ways in which rumors take on a life of their own, whether true or false.
In the case of matters relating to Jewish people, anti-Semitism, and Israel, such stories are oftentimes patently false. Unless someone responds to dispute such accusations, they become almost a matter of public record. The practical aspect of Joseph Goebbels’ disinformation campaigns in his role as head of the Propaganda department of the Nazi regime was to perpetrate a lie of such oft-repeated magnitude that such dogma implanted itself in the minds of the populace through brainwashing.
It has done its job when the refutation of the original premise with factual information cannot dislodge the original idea, and even its lie, from the unshakeable, occasionally cult-like, grip on its masses.
Please read the informative post found at Humanity Has Hope, a co-productive endeavor made by Jeff, and the contributions to it by Elia.
I think you will find it enlightening, as well as informative.
— Randyjw, July 22, 2016
This is the contents of an email sent to me from “Jeff”. I have many friends from the Sioux tribe and from the Northern Cheyenne tribe who had ancestors at Wounded Knee. Orlando is not …
Source: A message from “Jeff”