Banned Books Week with Browder & CIA

Bill Browder, CIA & Amazon’s skullduggery of twice banning Alex Krainer’s book Grand Deception: The Browder Hoax puts Alex in the great company of George Orwell, Lewis Carroll, James Baldwin, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Gustave Flaubert, James Joyce, Salman Rushdie and many other authors that shared the same honor of being censored. Banned Books Week of 2018 is a reminder that everyone needs to speak out against the tide of censorship.

A week of September 23–29, 2018 is the Banned Books Week so let us mark heinous achievements by Bill Browder that fit perfectly in this week. His activities resulting in banning books and movies are among his most despicable “successes” of dubious value for democracy and freedom he has achieved thus far. You are not going to hear about them as you are endlessly exposed to a never-ending slew of fantastic, unmolested by truth claims he keeps spewing out in a robotic manner of a poor actor who’s getting roles only because of his rich producer uncle. William Felix Browder is like a puppet who recites a script no one would believe in if it was a movie plot; it’s too contrived, too obvious, too comical for having even a whiff of truth in it. But that clownish asset the CIA’s media partners keep promoting ad nauseam, like he is some sort of John Wayne that is single-handedly taking on the Devil himself, is carved into our collective psyche as an unquestionable “hero.”

Should you wish to do yourself a favor and watch any of his endless media parades try to note a single challenge from those media prostitutes to any of his claims. Never, not a single time was Browder asked a real question. “Putin wants to kill me,” he heroically boasts nonsense and those idiots nod in awe. What a man. What a gutsy daredevil, he alone against the Evil Empire, its 1,950 active strategic nuclear warheads and its arch villain, omnipotent Vladimir Putin. “Putin wants him dead,” they want us to believe as they prostrate themselves under his feet. What a hero. Then he continues, s unflinching as James Bond he dreams to be and tells us “I believe Putin is worth $200 billion,” and the admiring sycophants nods spread all over the screens yet again. He “believes” so his “belief,” again not bothered by any facts or proofs, becomes a sacrosanct truth. You have to suspend your disbelief 100% in order to believe all the nonsense he’s peddling.

But, he’s out there all the time, with only one purpose, that of regurgitating the new Cold War propaganda. He’s also a living proof that million times repeated lie becomes a truth. Unless you challenge it. Alex Krainer did challenge his narrative by his well researched book. And pronto, the CIA had reacted and sent its rats to ban his book from the Amazon twice and as well from Barnes & Noble.

If Browder was operating on, say May 10, 1933 in Berlin and not over the last decade from London, he’d be fanatically burning books under the approving gaze of the propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels. No one likes a sight of books burning stake so all he needs today is a cohort of lawyers and the CIA’s supplier Amazon all too happy to ban a book or a movie.

Being his masters’ faithful voice, agent “Solomon,” a.k.a. William Felix Browder a.k.a. tax evader par excellence who gave up his U.S. citizenship so to avoid paying taxes to the country whose well-being is always uppermost on his mind, had also suppressed a documentary about him from ever being seen.

Andrei Nekrasov banned documentary "The Magnitsky Act: Behind the Scenes"

A scene from Andrei Nekrasov’s “The Magnitsky Act Behind the Scenes” documentary agent “Solomon” also banned; from the EU Parliament, from the German TV, from festivals, from Vimeo…

“Democracy Dies in Darkness”

Amazon or Vimeo do need to worry about Nekrasov’s or Krainer’s First Amendment rights despite silencing their voice in the most callous and likely illegal way. (no due process ever justified the bans) The First Amendment specifically prohibit government from nefarious deeds regarding our rights, not the ultra rich that govern our governments, not to mention the CIA, the NSA, the Pentagon and a merry little band of psychopaths popular culture calls the “Dark State.” They have a free card to do whatever they want, the government would meekly follow. Amazon’s corporate mission statement lists lowest prices, best selection and utmost convenience as it sacrosanct corporate objectives and does not bother with nonsense like its workers’ human rights (as it treats them as cattle) or the freedom of speech numerous books its sells defend. (The Soul of the First Amendment: Why Freedom of Speech Matters by Floyd Abrams comes to mind)

Noble tear-jerker missions about rights of all citizens to free political expression for sure do not reside in the Amazon’s business goals and not even in the farthest corners of Jeff Bezos’s magnanimous brain. It’s even more removed from his heart I reckon. He sells and, like a monomaniac that he is, he sells a lot. Back in 2014 Amazon was selling 48.5 million books (the neat trick enabling you to see the number of products has been thwarted since) so one might wonder why such a humongous corporation, with a market cap of almost a trillion dollars (sic!), would bother with one singular writer and with one small publisher, the Red Pill Press and the book they are trying to sell for $14.99 or so?

The answer seems obvious — the perfectly oiled “Espionage-Industrial Complex” machine serves the Military-Industrial Complex Dwight D. Eisenhower talked about in his famous 1961 speech would crumble if the truth ever penetrates the hearts and minds of the people it controls.

President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s farewell address, known for its warnings about the growing power of the “military-industrial complex,” was nearly two years in the making. This Inside the Vaults video short follows newly discovered papers revealing that Eisenhower was deeply involved in crafting the speech, which was to become one of the most famous in American history.

Such a great synergy of control, death and destruction does not allow a single disobedient voice.

But the King is Naked, Nevertheless

The pen is mightier than the sword so even one little child’s reckless statement, “but the king is naked,” like in a well-know short tale by Hans Christian Andersen, might end up shattering the carefully built illusion. Sorry, no red pill for you bozos, man up, chin up and go kill and die in some far, far away country you never heard of before. You’d be called a hero before they kick you under some bridge to die as a suicidal homeless veteran. But rest assured: you would not be reading any books about it, no Sire!! In the meantime keep gobbling up CIA propelled and Browder’s peddled anti-Russian hysteria and hope you’d watch a nuclear war on CNN, unharmed.

Andersen’s own mother tried to silence him saying, “Have you gone mad, child?” when he, upon seeing King Frederick VI of Denmark, cried out, “Oh, he’s nothing more than a human being!”

Bill Browder from his own tales is a phantasm, a clownish little pale ghost of a story that had never been; a fake hero who had been robotically regurgitating his intelligence services written script for a decade.

Great analysis of Browder’s puppetish body language and memorized talking points

The script Browder recites is devoid of meaning as much as of truth. As charismatic as a cucumber and as vain as the naked idiot from the Andersen’s tale, Bill Browder has been sold to us in the same manner as the Weapons of Mass Destruction by the sheer power of endless repetition. Alex Krainer said it best: “Joseph Goebbels’ technique of the big lie entails deceiving people with big, brazen lies and repeating them unrelentingly. If truth is to set us free, we must spread it with boldness and determination. We must push back and expose the lies,” and he put his money where his mouth is, wrote the book and has pushed back hard.

The Moloch stroke back ferociously and as you know, his book is banned.

Is Alex Krainer mad for wanting to expose the illusion?

How dared Krainer to shad light onto this Browder fraud that would’ve been comical had it not been so damn dangerous. Without a single reason but the Corporate greed and sycophant politicians lust for other children’s blood, Russia as the “enemy” had been resurrected and it has been dominating media discourse ever since.

Well, he’s a human living in the system that sacrifices our collective humanity to the Moloch of war. He’s a noble soul that does not want war — he was in one — for his and anyone else’s sons and daughters, so he writes for peace instead. In a return those devotees of Mammon, blood-sucking, money-grubbing soulless freaks so perfectly embodied in the evil clown image of Felix Browder, “the hero,” burnt his book on a virtual stake somewhere in the Cloud and are not letting him speak.

“I say let’s get back to the good old-fashioned First Amendment of the good old-fashioned Constitution of the United States — and to hell with the censors! Give me knowledge or give me death!” — Kurt Vonnegut

At the same time, as the pinnacle of our serious political discourse, Stormy Daniels’ book about president’s penis and other stupefying nonsense is proudly for sale on Amazon and on 19th of September it was #1 and #3 under the “LAW” category (sic!), sandwiching another great book for generations to come, that of another aficionado of presidential might, Michelle Obama.

Best-selling author of Penis Chronicles with another presidential aficionado

Bill Browder can have his libelous book on Amazon as well, unmolested by truth seekers. Let them do some yoga and let us mind your business and start a war or two for you to enjoy on TV and pay with your taxes. Self-aggrandizing lies are fine as long as you faithfully serve and do not dare to touch the Dark State’s protagonists and tell the truth.

Truth is deadly dangerous nowadays — think Aaron Swartz, think Julian Assange, think Dr. Udo Ulfkotte, think Edward Snowden, think Daniel Ellsberg… — but lies are lucrative.

“Censorship is saying: ‘I’m the one who says the last sentence. Whatever you say, the conclusion is mine.’ But the internet is like a tree that is growing. The people will always have the last word — even if someone has a very weak, quiet voice. Such power will collapse because of a whisper.” — Ai Weiwei

Alex Krainer’s book Grand Deception: The Browder Hoax has been banned and you are not going to buy it on the biggest bookstore in the world, the CIA’s supplier Amazon. So, speak out, speak out for banned books, speak out for Krainer.

Speak out for all oppressed people all over the world or the next victim might be you.

Speak out for Alex Krainer. He exposed a very dangerous lie that virtually puts our lives in danger.

“Censorship is to art as lynching is to justice.” ― Henry Louis Gates Jr

We have nothing left if we do not have our basic human right to speak. And it is our duty to speak truth to the powers that are suffocating our lives by lies and are killing our men and women in uniform as much as they send them to kill children in some forsaken, ravaged land far far away.

Listen to the American president again:

“Don’t join the book burners. Don’t think you’re going to conceal faults by concealing evidence that they ever existed.” ― Dwight D. Eisenhower

The evidence against that CIA’s asset parading as a “fighter for human rights” screams to havens. But those are muffled screams. Books like Krainer’s, documentaries like Nekrasov’s, The Magnitsky Act Behind the Scenes, revealing CIA / Browder’s deception are silenced. We must talk for those that have been silenced or our voice will be taken away from us as well.

Editor’s Note: Banned on Amazon, Grand Deception: The Browder Hoax is available through the Berlin based independent publisher, the Third Alliance.

If one writer has been banned, we are all: