How Breitbart Got Conservatives to Forget Morality and Embrace Pedophilia

February 23, 2017 (Tony Cartalucci – LD) – Breitbart News is what many on the right side of America’s controlled political paradigm consider “real news” versus the “liberal media’s” “fake news.” However, in reality, Breitbart is a textbook case of what is called “cognitive infiltration.” It is the establishment’s attempt to reassert itself, its narratives, influence, and agenda amid an information space increasingly decentralized and controlled by genuine alternative media.

In order to do this, Breitbart poses as “alternative media” itself, taking on a “conservative” identity to draw in many on the right of American politics. Cognitive infiltrators also target left-leaning Americans. And it has worked masterfully.

It is an amazing feat by the establishment to have first – under the administration of US President Barack Obama – gotten liberals to embrace endless wars of aggression, and now to convince conservatives to defend advocates of child rape and the act of child rape itself. 

The basic facts of what Breitbart really is, versus what it claims to be, expose this clearly. While it poses as anti-establishment “alternative media,” it peddles wars and other aspects of the establishment’s agenda. It is also working diligently to divide and distract their audience, pitting them against other Americans rather than exposing and targeting the special interests who dominate over them all.

Agents of Division and Conquest

Enter Milo Yiannopoulos, who just recently resigned as a Breitbart News senior editor. He was an obvious provocateur, aiming clearly at dividing and distracting Americans from real issues. He made provocative comments targeting various groups in his and Breitbart’s efforts to further polarize the American people and lend greater leverage and control to the corporate-financier interests that truly dominate American politics.

In his bid to further polarize the American people between “left” and “right,” he characterized the left as condoning and defending pedophilia. In a 2016 article written by Yiannopoulos and published by Breitbart titled, “Here’s Why the Progressive Left Keeps Sticking up for Pedophiles,” he argues:

Today, Salon gave a platform to a self-confessed pedophile to explain his urges in sympathetic terms. “I’m a Pedophile, But Not A Monster” reads the headline. It’s a long, self-pitying screed that ends with a call to be “understanding and supportive” of adults who crave sexual intimacy with children.

Forgive me if I’m not first to start the standing ovation. In fact I’m pretty sure most people will find the existence on Salon’s website of this post both shocking and distasteful.

Yiannopoulos continues by saying: 

…progressives who got fired up about whether green and purple was a “rapey” colour scheme were suddenly fine with discussion of incestuous pedophilia from a 22-year-old in a chat room full of teenagers. It has been a somewhat grotesque spectacle to watch.

He concludes by claiming:

 Radical leftists may be planning to make pedophilia another front in their civil rights battles, but it won’t happen without a fight. Nor should it.

In the minds of many reading Breitbart News, they envision the American left as advocates of predators who seek to sexually abuse their children. And in many cases, the establishment “left” are just that. But as it turns out, so is the establishment “right.”

Yiannopoulos Himself Advocated Sex with Children 

Clearly the act Yiannopoulos put on during his role as agitator at Breitbart diverges significantly from who he really is and what he really stands for. In an interview with Yiannopoulos on the “Drunken Peasants Podcast posted on January 4, 2016, he unequivocally defends grown men having sex with children as young as 13 and claims that pedophilia is only a sexual attraction to a child who has not reached puberty yet. However, regardless of Yiannopoulos’ opinions on the matter, adults having sex with 13 year old children is most certainly pedophilia.

Clearly, the real Yiannopoulos has nothing to do with the values many who call themselves conservatives, or “right” of the American political spectrum identity with. Clearly, upon watching Yiannopoulos’ full interview, no “conservative” or “right-wing” American could support or agree with Yiannopoulos or find him anything less than precisely what they allegedly stand against.

Yet here is where the system’s cognitive infiltration has worked so masterfully.

Because of the media circus on both the left and right of American politics surrounding Yiannopoulos and his provocations preceding these revelations and the amount of investment those on the right put in to defending him, they are incapable of now divesting even as their “hero” is revealed as absolutely everything they stand against.

In many instances, hardcore conservatives can now be seen attempting to downplay Yiannopoulos’ comments, accuse others of taking his comments “out of context” despite them being easily accessed in the above full video of the interview, or even attempting to downplay the significance of adults consorting sexually with 13 year olds.

It is an amazing feat by the establishment to have first – under the administration of US President Barack Obama – gotten liberals to embrace endless wars of aggression, and now to convince conservatives to defend advocates of child rape and the act of child rape itself.

What cognitive infiltration is accomplishing is not only the reasserting of the establishment’s agenda over genuine alternative media, but also a consolidation and unification of that agenda under alternative left and right cover.

What Breitbart Was, Is, and Always Will Be 

Yiannopoulos is nothing more than a hired agitator – an actor who is using politically conservative memes to psychologically manipulate a segment of the population while his colleagues elsewhere target and manipulate liberals. He has no real affinity for conservative values no more so than those do who peddle absurd “social justice” agendas. He has piecemeal revealed his true “values” or lack thereof in various interviews, advocating everything from decriminalizing sexual assault against women, to child rape.

Breitbart itself, has been under the control of Steve Bannon, a former Goldman Sachs banker and now a member of US President Donald Trump’s administration alongside other Goldman Sachs alumni, collaborators of convicted financial criminal George Soros, and representatives of America’s immense arms industry.

Breitbart too has no real affinity for conservative values, and only uses them as a vector to gain trust and reassert establishment influence over segments of the population being lured away by genuine alternative media.

What is most ironic about the rise and current influence of Breitbart News, and its so far-crowning achievement in convincing conservatives to defend an advocate of child rape, is that its function as a cognitive infiltrator was laid out by a decidedly “liberal” villain – Cass Sunstein – under the Obama administration.

In Sunstein’s 2008 paper titled, “Conspiracy Theories,” he stated explicitly that (emphasis added):

Government can partially circumvent these problems if it enlists nongovernmental officials in the effort to rebut the theories. It might ensure that credible independent experts offer the rebuttal, rather than government officials themselves. There is a tradeoff between credibility and control, however. The price of credibility is that government cannot be seen to control the independent experts. Although government can supply these independent experts with information and perhaps prod them into action from behind the scenes, too close a connection will prove self-defeating if it is exposed — as witness the humiliating disclosures showing that apparently independent opinions on scientific and regulatory questions were in fact paid for by think-tanks with ties to the Bush administration. Even apart from this tradeoff, conspiracy theorists may still fold independent third-party rebuttals into their theory by making conspiratorial claims of connection between the third party and the government.

What is Breitbart News and agitators like Yiannopoulos if not faux “independent” third parties advocating government policies and agendas? How exactly is Breitbart News truly “independent” or “anti-establishment” when it peddles the establishment’s wars, intentionally divides people against one another making them easier for the establishment to control and manipulate, and attempts – as Yiannopoulos has successfully done – to lure conservatives into hitherto unacceptable ideological territory such as defending child rape?

Fake news is easy to identify. It exists in the establishment right and left, and among the “alternative” right and left. If it is news aimed at advocating or generating support for the government and the special interests that dominate it, or seeks to divide people against each other rather than focusing on uniting people against abusive special interests – it is fake news.

Breitbart is most certainly fake news. Its counterparts on the left are as well. Together, like the lineup at a professional wrestling event, they put on a show with an adversarial narrative. Behind the scenes, they are all working together for a single organizer, profiting from emotions they provoke from the crowds that keep them coming back for more.

As long as suspension of disbelief can be maintained, the organizer continues to profit.

For Americans to believe that after decades of a singular, continuous agenda dominated by special interests, a president surrounded by bankers, warmongers, and supported by pedophiles is going to suddenly shift the paradigm is likely a fatal delusion that will only accelerate and expand this current, decidedly unacceptable paradigm.

For conservatives now finding themselves rushing to the defense of a child rape advocate, they need to take serious stock in what they are doing and why. Is defending a man who advocates sex with 13 year old boys going to make America “great again?” Or simply – and only temporarily – protect their delicate egos and pride?