|Hays County District Attorney had a Ministry of Truth via Fake News|
The legal community has long rejected the trial and conviction of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati. Even the court bailiff who witnessed the entire fiasco threw his hands up after the trial and yelled "What a crock of shit!". The propaganda we hear is exclusively a narrative pushed by fake news.
It began with Austin American Statesman's Eric Dexheimer who passed off plagiarized Facebook posts as investigative journalism. Herr Dexheimer compared Hindus to an "Old Communist Regime". He seemed to miss the point that Communist Regimes are a Government entity like Hays County District Attorney's Office, not a small local charity. Later on, fake news organizations like CNN joined the fray. CNN-funded "The Hunt with John Walsh" published fake footage of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati surrounded by brainwashed-looking people, which was actually staged by white actors in a professional studio!
During Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe's and Hays County Assistant District Attorney Cathy Compton's 8 year elected reign, Hays County had all the hallmarks of a nightmarish Orwellian Dystopia. "Orwellian" is an adjective describing a situation, idea, or societal condition that George Orwell identified as being destructive to the welfare of a free and open society. It denotes an attitude and a brutal policy of draconian control by propaganda, surveillance, misinformation, denial of truth, and manipulation of the past, including the "unperson"
Before we get to the juicy bit, let us analyse some of the defining characteristics of an Orwellian Dystopia and how they match up to the Hays County reality.
- Ministry of Truth: The Ministry of Truth is the propaganda ministry in George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four. As with the other ministries in the novel, the name Ministry of Truth is a misnomer because in reality it serves the opposite: it is responsible for any necessary falsification of historical events. Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe and Hays County Assistant District Attorney Cathy Compton literally had a Ministry of Truth which reflected the ever changing narrative of their nightmarish dytopia. It was in the form of a Facebook page called "The Truth Project" which aimed to turn the Indian American Community against their own religion and culture, and make it easier for them to digest that their leaders could be criminals, without any evidence of such. Facebook later tore it down, presumably due to the fact that it was a racially provocative fake news page. In the years leading up to the trial, and during the trial, Sherri Tibbe leaked fragments of "truth" to the "The Truth Project" in an act of slow-poisoning and gaslighting of the Indian American Community. The Ministry of Truth also altered newspaper articles to reflect their latest narrative. A key example, with pictures, is given later in this article. It's unclear why local fake news organizations acted as such sycophants to the Hays County dystopia. Even the current DA doesn't get that kind of fawning. Herr Dexheimer literally acted as the propaganda ministry of Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe and Hays County Assistant District Attorney Cathy Compton. Dexheimer's plagiarised work later got picked up by national and international fake news sites. Sherri Tibbe also pushed its "truth" through repeated denials to the media, including this one: "Tibbe ‘will not remain quiet’ while DA office ‘disparaged’"
- Thought Crime: A thoughtcrime is an Orwellian neologism used to describe an illegal thought. The term has also been used to describe some theological concepts such as disbelief or idolatry, or a rejection of strong philosophical or social principles. Swami Prakashanand Saraswati was taken down for the crime of thinking that he is equal to white people who are protected against blackmail attempts by those who wish to extort money.
- Memory Hole: A memory hole is any mechanism for the alteration or disappearance of inconvenient or embarrassing records, by the Government, particularly as part of an attempt to give the impression that something never happened. Anything inconvenient to the Government can vanish at any moment, or reappear at any time. There are multiple instances of this in Hays County. The original video testimonies by the accusers vanished from every single location. The tapes "disappeared" from the Hays County Police evidence room. The backup DVDs held by Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe were scratched beyond use. The computers used to make the DVDs were "gone". The DVD copiers evaporated. Before all of this even came to light, Sherri Tibbe fought long and hard to make sure that Swami Prakashanand Saraswat's legal team never got to see what the accusations actually were. A visiting judge demanded that Swami Prakashanand Saraswati get the videos of the accusers, as it was essential to his defense and contained potentially exculpatory evidence. When Swami Prakashanand Saraswati's legal team went to get the evidence, they discovered it was all gone. Even the computers which could have be analysed by security forensics experts was thrown out. Another example of the Hays County memory hole is the fact that all records of Sherri Tibbe and Cathy Compton have been expunged from the Hays County DA website. It's as though those 8 years never happened!
- Newspeak: The aim of Newspeak is to remove all shades of meaning from language, leaving simple concepts (pleasure and pain, happiness and sadness, goodthink and crimethink) that reinforce the total dominance of the State. Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe's and Hays County Assistant District Attorney Cathy Compton's interactions with the media were replete with Newspeak. One of the cleaver tactics used by Sherri Tibbe, to taint jury pools, was to make the public statement: "We will not seek the death penalty in this case". The death penalty had never been used in the history of Hays County and had not been suggested in any of those cases. Sherri Tibbe's use of the phrase was the prosecutorial equivalent of a backhanded compliment against innocent defendants who had not yet been convicted of any crime. As such, there was no need to mention "death penalty" at all. If you scour through Sherri Tibbe's and Cathy Compton's statements to the media, you'll quickly see that every statement of the duo had other meanings or ulterior sinister purposes. Whistleblowers from the Hays County DA office revealed that Cathy Compton wrote anonymous disparaging comments on the comment sections of news articles related to it's witch trials.
- Bellyfeel: Bellyfeel is a Newspeak word that means a blind, enthusiastic acceptance of an idea. The word likely comes from the idea that any good Oceanian should be able to internalize Party doctrine to the extent that it becomes a gut instinct – a feeling in the belly. In closing remarks of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati's trial, Hays County District Attorney Cathy Compton asked the jury to "Use your gut [rather than evidence]" to reach a guilty verdict. Amazingly, the gut instinct of the backward and brainwashed small-town jury was non-different from the crazy and illogical narrative of the Hays County dystopia. They had internalized the Hays County doctrine as their own instinct. The bellyfeel imposed upon them trumped logic.
What follows is a key example of how newspaper articles were later altered to reflect the totalitarian nonsense of elected officials Hays County District Attorney Sherri Tibbe, Hays County Assistant District Attorney Cathy Compton and the Hays County Police. Entire articles began changing before the public's very eyes to align themselves with whatever the Hays County Government was saying at any particular moment. Most of those articles have disappeared down the Hays County memory hole, but check out these screenshots of a before and after version of one article.
There are two versions of the same article above, which was published right after Swami Prakashanand Saraswati disappeared. The first version was published in Hays Free Press. Hours later, the article was reworded to form the second version. There was no disclaimer to cite the fact that article was altered.
Notice a slight difference in the second version? "Looked hard for" was changed to "pursued". "Looked hard for" refers to the factual disappearance of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati. Even Hays County's supporters admit that he could have been killed or "made to disappear" by Hays County to obtain the $10 Million bail. He may have faced vigilante justice by "Hays County's finest". Cathy Compton recently admitted that his last known location was at a Hays County hospital. The so-called "fugitive" was rushed to hospital, but was turned away because of lack of beds. Despite the propaganda, Hays County and the US Marshalls have no idea - whatsoever - where Swami Prakashanand Sarswati went after being admitted to hospital.
The term "Pursued" and "Fugitive", on the other hand, plays into the Hays County truthspeak "cat and mouse chase" narrative. In reality, the idea of a "chase" or a "pursuel" of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati is a fairlytale. It never happened. No one perused Swami Prakashanand Saraswati as much as one inch. As far as Hays County and US Marshalls are concerned, Swami Prakashanand Saraswati miraculously vanished into thin air after his hospital visit. Either that, or they killed him and know where he is. The "manhunt" narrative is Hays County's "Truth" which got shoved down the public's throat via their Ministry of Truth "Project" and through altered newspaper documents by Fake News. This helped to manipulate the bellyfeel of the residents of the Hays County dystopia and the American public in general.
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