My message has been that before an enemy can be confronted and defeated, he must first be exposed and identified.
The well organized and well funded liberal domestic enemy within, stealthily oozing from their Trojan Horse like insects from a hive, communicate with each other in secret ambiguous code words, catch phrases, and propaganda slogans, like sustainable, comprehensive, single payer, quantative easing, sequestration, etc., which can mean just about anything to unwary and clueless mainstream real Americans not in their loop of influence.
We have been covertly duped by an Orwellian reverse-logic “newspeak”, or liberal-speak, revisionist language (”war is peace”; “freedom is slavery”; “ignorance is strength” etc.) in which the political and cultural building blocks of our social order are inverted and are now viewed as the diametric opposite of their original meaning and intent.
Acts of generosity which provided aid to the needy, formerly called “charity”, has been transformed into its polar opposite—“entitlement”. “Illegal aliens”, who used to be criminals, are now just“immigrants”. Overt acts of terrorism are now called “man made disasters” and “work place violence”. The word terrorism has been officially deleted from the American Lexicon.
Everything has been redefined into distorted “1984” style misrepresentations such as “Morality is hate”; “faith is ignorance”; and “theft is social justice”. Good has become evil, evil has become good, and Americanism is now passed off as socialism. Continue . . .
Warm and Fuzzy Words and Phrases
Environment Best Management Practices
Economy Outcome Based Education
Equity Endangered species
Consensus Invasive Species
Affordable housing Restoration
Friends of … Public/Private Partnerships
Action Common good
Quality of life Inter-disciplinary
Benefit of all Stakeholder
Sanctuary International Baccalaureate
Social Justice School to Work
Watershed Historic Preservation
Traffic Calming Sustainable Medicine
These are words that should put your antenna up to be on the alert that where these words appear is where SD programs most likely exist. They don’t have the same meaning that an older Webster’s dictionary would ascribe to them.
Starting from the top, TAKE A Brief LOOK at these words:
CONSENSUS = Group Manipulation;
AFFORDABLE HOUSING = means Government Housing
FRIENDS OF… 1000 friends of Oregon, Friends of Buena Vista, Friends of Locally owned Water
ACTION = stands for “Agenda 21 Community Teamwork in Operation NOW
FACILITATOR = means someone who has typically gone through some form of Leadership training teaching people to CONFORM and COMPLY w/ a pre-determined outcome
STAKEHOLDER = stakeholders are used to put a stake through private property rights, this is other people assuming they can tell you what to do with your property.
Though it hasn’t been celebrated as such, Scott Walker’s victory in Wisconsin represents the full flowering of the tea party movement. It is also a sign — among others — that the Republican Party has recaptured its ideological core.
The tea partyers are often mischaracterized as extreme right-wingers. Thus, proponents of same-sex marriage or unrestricted abortion will invoke “tea party” elements as those most opposed to their efforts. That’s off target. Though many in the movement may have conservative social views, those weren’t the issues that spurred them to organize, demonstrate and vote.
No, the tea partyers — judging by their signs, speeches and writings — were alarmed about irresponsible government spending, bailouts of the undeserving and spiraling debt. The tea partyers are actually the 21st century “goo-goos” — good government types — the label that was attached to progressives in the early 20th century. They aren’t anarchists, racists (as in the more febrile accusations of their opponents) or culture warriors. They simply want to see government scale back and perform its essential functions fairly, efficiently and honestly.
For some time, Republican office holders were little better than Democrats when it came to spending, accountability and reform. The size of government seemed to grow inexorably under both parties. Some Republicans earned and deserved tea party disdain.