Stanley Kubrick‘s Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb was released to cinema screens over 50 years ago. In the film, a paranoid General sets out to attack Moscow and destroy most of the world because he believes the Russians are attacking our water and food supplies with poison.
But General “Jack D. Ripper” has a secret. His lack of sexual potency has driven him insane, ready to blame the Russians for diluting his “precious bodily fluids” instead of admitting that he has failed.
That plot bears a striking resemblance to something. Oh yes, today’s crop of House and Senate Democrats, who are ready to start a new Cold War to suit their political aims.
Parties always say that their own scandals are made-up or blown out of proportion – Republican or Democrat.
But what makes this situation different is that Russia was largely never brought up as a threat – or as a Trump supporting government – not in the media, and not by the Democrats or by Hillary Clinton herself, until WikiLeaks exposed the horrible bias of the DNC against crowd-favorite candidate Bernie Sanders and toward Clinton and her wicked empire.
The DNC needed a talking point – a way to squirm out of it. So they invented a propaganda campaign against Russia so paranoid, so dangerous, so revolting, it can only be like something out of a comedy-horror flick.