Social Murder and Dictatorship of Fake Narrative 25 February 2015

LS Borkowski

Release 18, Poland, 25 February 2015

Social Murder and Dictatorship of the Fake Narrative

The public narrative in Poland is a simulated one. The entire public life in Poland is simulated. Only persons belonging to the junta or approved by the junta are authorised to participate. Their job is to play pre-programmed roles. Texts written or spoken by the actors of the fake narrative are often patterned after texts of authentic persons being the target of junta’s repressions and forcibly removed from all forms of public life. This is a very specific theft of identity: social canibalism. In the past people practising canibalism against their enemies, believed that after eating their body parts they would acquire desirable characteristics of their victims. Participation in canibalism was both privilege and reward, being a certificate of high social status.

Junta members think similarly. Their acts of social canibalism serve to strenthen their social position. In this case clone or double murders the original, then attempts to take over the original’s role, usurping his achievements, ideas and taking control of the original’s narrative.

Genocide initiated in Poland by the Nazis and Communists continues. It has been transferred to social space and to mental space. The aim is to murder the targeted person as a social being and an active participant of public life. Genocide has simply undergone a transition from the stage of physical liquidation to the stage of social and mental liquidation.

Social murder is enacted with great determination. Perpetrators do not spare efforts and means to carry it out. Killers are guaranteed impunity. Their sadism and psychological cruelty are rewarded by their accomplices.

In contrast to real social murder, which is carefully hidden by the dictatorship of the falsist narrative, simulations of physical death occupy a very significant amount of space in the public narrative. A lot is being spoken and written about death which has not occurred in order to avoid addressing the real death delivered in the form of social and mental death. This is a method of hiding a genocide. The rigour of theatrical ritual of death is preserved, but is associated with events which are simulated.

Małgorzata Głuchowska, M.A.
Lech S. Borkowski, Ph.D.

Polish version