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Definitions

This page links to examples given in the media that contain a bearing beneath the syntactic structures that seem apparent when not, yet are semantic in nature and when truly apparent define the syllabary notion independent of predication in the mind. Readers purvey many constructs that float around in the alternative menu and often those exposed may not understand their meanings until they are given both a definition and experiences that portray the underlying emblem that is being either revealed or suppressed.

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Meanings are divided into three characters: mean1-mei-no- verb; mean2-mei-1- adjective; mean3-medhyo- noun, noting that the adverb is inclusive of the verb and the pronoun inclusive of the noun, while the adjective or (throw) ties verbiage to the nomenclature in which etymology has revealed. The remaining speech labels' roles are not as apparent and more or less offer a syntactic attribution.

This realm border page is developed upon the notion that definition, a (word) that has no stem root reference, and is described as de- + limit, or boundary, and where de- (see root de- here) is explained as "derived from." Through these specified structures, the reader can begin to awaken to the inner workings of language technology and hopefully be able to feel conscientiously aware of the mental telepathy.

Sep 7: 2014

"Agitative propaganda, or otherwise known as “agitprop,” is a form of “state-control,” that is disseminated to implant forms of social or political impression without consideration of accuracy while emphasizing orientation. Agitprop is described during the Russian Communist party influence noted in 1934 and short for otdel agitatsii i propagandy incitement to install a deluded perspective. [1]"

State-control has been bread and circuses for many centuries, an integral part of the dark force

Sep 2: 2014

The Doublespeak Dictionary

Aug 17: 2014  

Editor's note: In the following report, the words "anti-monsanto," are used. We see this all the time with various concepts, the question to ask is, "are these valid assumptions?" No, they are incorrect, there are no anti-monsanto people, they do not exist. People are not concepts, they are "thinking people," and they are concerned about the state of affairs related to contamination from frivolous research practices that have shown much harm to people and our environment. In truth, the corporations take on this label of anti-care, or anti-life, etc. However, this is also a frivolous conception which only hides the truth. This practice of divide and conquer seems appropriate for news agencies to quickly categorize information in relation to useless government where corporation are people, one that is anathema to the needs of "thinking people." What thinking people have actually learned is that what we eat can be defined as a key aspect of health, which is a responsibility many corporation would rather forget. When the term anti-monsanto is placed upon the definition, it cloaks the truth. The use of these terms are rampart, and we should call out those who use them. Please leave your comments below.

Exposing the Anti-hoax Language Used in Media

Aug 16: 2014

Psychopathic Coup Uncontrollable? Relief effort and Humanitarian aid stuck on E. Ukraine border


Editor's note: Hypocrisy is defined as the practice of professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold or possess; falseness. U.S. rhetoric pertaining to current psyops in progress reflect this as a truthful analysis. The obvious truth is that the U.S. does not care about the women, children, and patriots dying in Ukraine defending their heritage from the Zionist fascists.

Jun 9: 2014
Conspiracy Theorizing Mass Media Demonizing Anyone Critical of the Gov't in Wake of Vegas Shooting

Editor's note: The above news report highlights the facts on conspiracy theory, and who is actually creating these illusions. It's not the people who want justice in America, it is the mass media, which it now seems that they are sensing their demise, and are pulling out all stops to brainwash the masses.

May 18: 2014
The Truthseeker: Psychopathic NATO false flags in Ukraine

Editor's note: The spooky divide of thought control where blame is cloaked upon others is certainly pathological, where logic is destroyed as the prime enemy while grammar and rhetoric mate up in their own vice absent clear designation of meaning for to battle each other as a form of deception rather than perception for the logistics which has been hidden. In the process of corruption often death occurs upon the innocent and the genesis of evil is manifested. Without logic there is no debate, but war that beckons the salary of the useless vice. The conspiracies are based on seeking truth from facts.

May 16: 2014
Refreshing rationality: Why NOT believing in conspiracies is a sure sign of mental retardation

May 15: 2014
Fascism in America: Albuquerque police promote terror cop who burned off homeless man's ear 

fascism n. 1. Often Fascism. a. A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism. b. A political philosophy or movement based on or advocating such a system of government. 2. Oppressive, dictatorial control. [Italian fascismo, from fascio group, from Late Latin fasium, neuter of Latin fascis, bundle.] © AHD 1992-96

 

Note the socioeconomic apparent structure that ties to the adjective avaricious and the conditional avail of the bond.