People really should read Dinesh D’Souza’s new book The Big Lie. It’s truly well done and surprisingly packed with information. I say that because I have read a lot of these types of modern political books and I seldom learn much from them but in this one I have learned quite a lot. I would attribute that to something that D’Souza has uncovered that is exploding before our eyes, and that is this propensity of our collective society to function from a mass psychological trauma induced onto us from our early educations and that is to function from a gross case of mass transference. Transference psychologically speaking is when a villain claims to be the hero or vice versa and shockingly it was on full display at the C-SPAN event shown below where Dinesh debated on stage with two members of the Alinsky Institute, David Alinsky son of the infamous Saul Alinsky and Ralph Benko. Benko in particular who claimed to be a “right winger” was using transference to sell the merit of his institute which was incredibly interesting.
On a mass scale what the Donald Trump presidency has exposed is something we all knew was there from the beginning. The villains who are really guilty of serious crimes are attempting to pass those off onto passivist Republicans which has worked for many years but because Trump won’t accept that guilt a major clash is ensuing. This is exposing the Democratic Party because there is nowhere to hide their crimes if Republicans won’t allow them to transfer that guilt to the GOP as has been going on for over one hundred years that I can tell. For instance, it was Democrats who supported the KKK and slavery. I was Democrats who inspired Hitler to give rise to his Nazis. It was Democrats that colluded with Russia. It was Democrats that destroyed evidence. It was Democrats that issued many terrible pardons to enemies of the United States. It was Democrats who want to use the power of the state to control all our lives in every way imaginable. Republicans are against all those things yet by the psychological trick of transference they have accepted the sins of their rivals because they were defenseless against the way Saul Alinsky used his tactics to take command of the entire party giving people like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton power they otherwise wouldn’t have had. Watching Benko and David Alinsky not be able to defend the things Dinesh D’Souza said about Saul Alinsky was truly fascinating. They spent most of their time trying to defend the dedication of Alinsky’s book, Rules for Radicals to Lucifer than in defending the acts of transference that the Democratic Party has been using to beat Republicans through the media they control by associating their guilty acts onto an innocent party using Alinsky tactics to apply it.
To put the situation in a way that most people can understand transference would be when a man who is cheating on his wife quite audaciously comes home with perfume from another woman on him, and lipstick smeared on his collar then starts yelling at his wife who is just there cooking dinner accusing her of sleeping with other men. The woman knows she hasn’t slept with other men and that she has been busy getting food for the meal she’s preparing yet now she has to defend the accusations of her husband. If she fails to answer her husband’s criticisms she’ll look like she’s hiding something. If she does answer them then she gives value to the charge by acknowledging it. Either way, she is forced to make a move of defense or silence, both of which will get her accused of the act. It’s an old liberal trick that has been going on for a long time and it’s odd that an entire political party could use a psychological mechanism to advance such an evil.
One of the primary themes of the great American novel Atlas Shrugged is the idea of making innocent people an accomplice into mass, group evil through transference. This is done by getting people who are the movers and shakers of the world to admit to some level of selfishness if they won’t share their gains with people in need—without addressing why people are in need. This is essentially how Mitt Romney lost his election against Barack Obama. Democrats painted Romney as selfish, rich, and under using women as a role under his management. Romney in fact was far from selfish and he had a history of being very fair to women, but when Democrats put that transference application to him he couldn’t defend it because he did feel guilt about his wealth. That hook along froze him into inaction and allowed Obama to win the presidency.
Years ago when I was doing a radio interview on a popular daytime talk show I was involved in a lot of controversy and the host was trying to get me to apologize on the air. It was baffling to me why this person cared so much to get an apology and this is something that is going on constantly these days—where people are being encouraged to apologize for everything. Well, I meant what I had said in spite of the public backlash, and I knew all this psychology of transference so I stuck with my guns much to virtually everyone’s professional sensitivities. To apologize to an unidentified group of women whom I said had asses the size of car tires and diamond rings to match would be to admit guilt. Well, I wasn’t guilty. What I said was a factual statement in the metaphorical application of it and the circumstance for which I said it. By apologizing because it sounded harsh or was politically incorrect as determined by the reality of Democratic transference I would have undercut my entire platform—which I wasn’t about to do. The Republicans around me at the time instinctively wanted to apologize and wanted me to do so—which I wouldn’t so we all went our separate ways. They should have listened to me then because a few years later Trump became president doing essentially what I had done—not allowing the transfer of guilt from one Party to the other by accepting responsibility for it.
The only thing the woman in the kitchen could do when her husband came home to accuse her of cheating was to point out that he was the one with the signs of cheating for which his only comeback from that would be to rant, rave and threaten her with violence to shut her up—and that is what the political left is doing now that Donald Trump is refusing to apologize or accept any guilt from the Democrats. Republicans on the Hill simply don’t know how to play the game any other way. The way to beat the political left is to not accept the transference of their guilt. If they threaten violence, then we must be willing to crush them just like the woman who is the victim of being cheated on must do against her husband. Whatever she must do she must implement, like having a gun, or a can of mace—something that can overtake her husband if he attempts violence against her because she won’t accept his transference of guilt. Donald Trump understands this issue, and I have been trying to teach it to people for years—and thankfully people are starting to listen. But even I am shocked by the level of transference articulated in D’Souza’s new book. I suppose I never really thought much about the Nazis and why they hated the Jews, or how they have more in common with Democrats than Republicans. But they do and the reason why is transference. Democrats are guilty of many crimes, but Republicans have come to their rescue so many times—it has enabled such a vast evil to be unleashed through good intentions.
The way Republicans have behaved was similar to the wife in saying, “honey, no, I haven’t been with anyone.” You can check my cell phone, you can put a camera in our room, you can ask our neighbors—I haven’t even been out of the house.” Meanwhile the husband has naked pictures of many girls on his cell phone and his wife doesn’t even know the password—so she could never check him out. That dysfunction has to stop for Republicans. They should be thankful that Trump is fighting on their behalf this physiological deficiency. Because it happens far more than most people want to believe and each occurrence is a function of evil. By endorsing such evil through shared responsibility—Republicans perpetuate it. The moral thing to do is not to accept any guilt, even though we were all taught from infants up to the present to do so, and to keep the blame where it belongs—on the Democratic Party and their vile soldiers of disinformation.
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