Adam Borowski

Candace Owens and her Mengele comments

Dumb. Delusional. Deceptive. Hard to tell which one of the 3-D model Candace Owens falls into. She thinks that she has access to some secret knowledge and many of her followers are going to nod along, saying, ”Yep. She’s onto something. Look at the uproar. They clearly wanna silence her because she is exposing the Jewish brainwashing operation! The Germans were brainwashed to feel guilty.”

Candace Owens has also insulted and invalidated the victims of Joseph Mengele by dismissing his experiments as bizarre propaganda. By extension, all the witnesses and victims who testified at Nazi war crimes trials are either paid liars or crazies. Or both. She didn’t deny that medical experiments do occur, just not Mengele, apparently.

Iran, Hamas, Hezbollah and their useful idiot paid and unpaid puppets are jumping with joy. More material to tarnish Israel. More terrorism across the world.

Russian propaganda isn’t that different.

Dugin: ”AI is going to detroy us. Pronouns in the West are stupid and dangerous to civilization. We must defend ourselves against this.”

Yes, AI poses a threat to civilization as we know it. We don’t need Dugin to tell us that. Yes, the so-called pronoun police that forces us to adjust our pronouns every five seconds is absurd, particularly in light of real tragedies. A person who insists on referring to himself or herself as they/them is a profoundly perplexing case and I’m being diplomatic here.

So then, you’re open to everything else Russian propagandists want you to buy into. They get you, after all, right? They see Western insanity. This is how it works. They are sneaky bastards and you need to have an incisive intellect to cut through their nonsense.

I said that you’re going to see Russian propagandists prancing around the White House if things keep going downhill and, by the looks of it, that’s where we’re headed. Ukraine? Oh well. Ukraine ceasing to exist or a nuclear war? The choice is obvious, right?

Poland needs to be denazified next? After all, we started world war II as Putin claimed. All you need is Tucker Carlson giving Putin or Dugin more air time and voila. Useful idiots the world over are going to be clapping when there’s some kind of attack on Poland, pointing fingers at us saying, ”See? You shouldn’t have been America’s bitch, haha!”

The mayor of Warsaw said today, ”There won’t be Russian missiles over Warsaw.”

Given the record of the Polish government during the beginning stages of the second world war in September 1939 (they fled to Romania and our foreign minister – the same foreign minister who bragged about honor above all in his Polish parliament speech in May 1939 –  had fun in exile building plane models as people were being gassed by the Germans on Polish territory), I’m not so sure about that. Yes, I know the situation is dramatically different today but history is a great teacher. Millions of Poles echo my sentiment. Let’s hope for the best but prepare for the worst.

Also, please remember Jan Karski, a Polish diplomat who alerted, or tried to alert, Roosevelt to the Holocaust. Rumor had it that the U.S. President had been more interested in the condition of the Polish horses than the Holocaust. Fake news? Don’t know. Wasn’t there.

People don’t want to believe evil is happening around them and – as much as I appreicate people who want to alert others to all the madness – a lot of people just shut down and don’t want to hear anything anymore. And that, dear reader, is a tragedy of our times much, much more serious than propaganda during and after the Second World War. Our propaganda and disinfo today is light years ahead and our societies aren’t exactly smarter. Add the two and you have a recipe for a cognitive disaster that you see unfolding around us.


About the Author
Adam Borowski is a technical Polish-English translator with a background in international relations and a keen interest in understanding how regime propaganda brainwashes people so effectively. He's working on a novel the plot of which is set across multiple realities. In the novel, he explores the themes of God, identity, regimes, parallel universes, genocide and brainwashing. His Kyiv Post articles covering a wide range of issues can be found at