Dinesh D’Souza is the Big Liar

by Hadding Scott

HERE ARE SOME new memes to greet the release of Dinesh D’Souza’s ridiculous new book and film. The general theme is, Dinesh D’Souza is The Big Liar.

Since there is no limit to this person’s shameless dishonesty, the strategy is, rather than to pick apart the endless multitude of lies that he tells, to present a few clear examples and thereby to discredit him, and to label him clearly, as an untrustworthy source — as The Big Liar.

There has been some criticism of D’Souza’s propaganda in mainstream media. The problem is that many dittoheads and Fox News viewers refuse to consider that any criticism from mainstream media might be valid.

When some leftist points out the stupidity of D’Souza’s arguments and laughs at the people who take those arguments seriously, the dittoheads misinterpret this as an indication that the leftists are angry because D’Souza has scored points against them. They are utterly clueless!

To reach those people, the criticism of D’Souza has to be stark and simple and presented in such a way that it is obviously not from the left and not from any mainstream source.

See also, Talking Points to Demolish Dinesh D’Souza.

Alternate Memes — for Timid People

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  1. 2 August, 2018 at 3:31 am — Reply

    You should keep checking for additions to that page. I just added one a few minutes ago.

    This is probably the best way to reach the kinds of people who would actually go see that stupid movie.

    My larger project is to cover well the subject-matter that Dinesh D’Souza has covered so poorly.

    • 2 August, 2018 at 10:19 am — Reply

      I just watched the fast-talking Donald Trump, Jr., being interviewed at the Hollywood premier of Dineesh’s answer to D.W. Griffith’s classic Birth of a Nation. Junior was going on and on about how great Death of a Nation is, comparing the present anti-White Democrat Party, with its coalition of Commies, queers, Jews and other non-Whites, to the “Nazis” of the 1930s. Laughable!

      Hadding, your thorough expose of this fraud will get wide dissemination.

      • 2 August, 2018 at 12:07 pm — Reply

        You’d think that people from New York City would be more canny about snakeoil-salesmen.

    • Brian Kovack
      15 October, 2018 at 6:58 pm — Reply

      I think we’re arguing over a rather antiquated paradigm here; GOP vs Democrats, or Right vs Left. The real issue in America is Globalism versus sovereignty, or elites versus citizens.

      We need to preserve this great nation’s borders, language and culture. Our culture has been eroding for years due to Government take over of education.

      We went from listening to Modern Jazz, Fusion Rock, and Neo classical music from the late 40’s – 70’s, to one chord rhythmic guttural musings about one’s genitals. No longer are movies based off books, now comic books, and when asking a young man or woman about civics, they look for Honda’s.

      Saving our culture is the real battle that no one wants to have. If we that battle, there are many in the media, and government will be exposed for their ignorance.

      Culture binds a country together, gives it pride. Unfortunately, this country has been for sales for years, and the culture must be destroyed for the final sale to transact. Your findings with D’Sousa makes my point.

      Let’s really save this country.

  2. 2 August, 2018 at 3:40 am — Reply

    The New Republic lavishes praise on some Yale professor named Kevin Kruse, for disputing Dinesh D’Souza’s arguments.

    But Kruse barely scratches the surface!

    They’ve been arguing back and forth FOR MONTHS about whether Dixiecrat politicans switched to the Republican Party in the 60s and 70s, which is a stupid argument, because everybody knows that Southern White people switched parties on fundamentally racial grounds. Kevin Phillips wrote explicitly about this in 1968.

    But, because Kevin Kruse is a leftist professor at Yale, he gets heaped with praise just for barely scratching the surface of this insolent immigrant’s mendacity.

    • mark osman
      1 February, 2019 at 9:46 pm — Reply

      I have seen D’Souza call out Kruze to debate his accusations against him during college debates on his home turf, U of Pennsylvania…He has refused…Why?…..Mark

  3. 2 August, 2018 at 8:04 am — Reply

    Donald Trump Jr. has been persuaded to associate himself with the debut of this fiasco tomorrow. Unbelievable.

    I sent him a tweet advising against it. We can guess how likely that is to be heeded, but I did try.

    I have at various times warned Rush Limbaugh also, who had asseverated about D’Souza’s The Big Lie, “It’s all true!”

  4. cc
    2 August, 2018 at 3:27 pm — Reply

    Mr. Trump, a modern day Black Republican, wants to fence in products by force of tariffs to enrich corporations over here. Consumers on the local level could end up paying 3 prices for inferior products.

    JFK romanced the Klan to secure the Solid South. When Kennedy won the day, he turned on the folk like a rabid dog. The ruination of the Solid South left the people with no attachment to either party.

    Dunning School: 1900 to 1920s. Columbia University scholars.

    “Reconstruction was a battle between two extremes: the Democrats, as the group which included the vast majority of the whites, standing for decent government and racial supremacy, versus the Republicans, the Negroes, alien carpetbaggers, and renegade scalawags, standing for dishonest government and alien ideals. These historians wrote literally in terms of white and black.”–~C

  5. guest
    2 August, 2018 at 8:07 pm — Reply

    By 1880, forty percent of the cotton was raised by white farmers, a third of them as tenant farmers. I imagine this spurned the very difficult westward migration. There are many sides to this story.

  6. 5 August, 2018 at 5:33 pm — Reply

    From a follower on Twitter: “Hadding, I’ve been disseminating your memes. These memes are making Republicans quite uncomfortable.”

    There are five or six added to my blog that haven’t been copied to National Vanguard.

  7. Brider
    7 August, 2018 at 10:44 am — Reply

    Thanks to the 1965 immigration act we must suffer third world mountebanks like Indian Dinesh D’Souza who’s been vending a cherr picked and falsified version of our history to the delight of the kosher conservatives. However, Dinesh does deserve a little credit when he pointed out the fact that there were black slave owners in the South some of whom were quite brutal to their black slaves.

  8. 1 February, 2019 at 10:29 pm — Reply

    I don’t know why Kevin M. Kruse refuses to debate Dinesh D’Souza! You would have to ask him!

    Why do you think it matters? Scholarship and public debate are really not the same thing.

    I promise you that D’Souza doesn’t want to debate ME, because I don’t have the limited perspective that his arguments presuppose, and I understand his tricky rhetoric, and he knows that I can kick his ass. He tried me twice and got a bloody nose both times, and thereafter never responded to anything else that I said.

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