We Need New Words.

— 3:40 am Sunday, 29 April, 2012… (-1˚C / 30˚F in Arnprior)

Joel Skousen (http://www.joelskousen.com/) just said “All American Presidents since Ronald Raegen have been puppets to the ‘Globalists’.”

What the bleep is a globalist? It sounds like people using this buzzword apply it to: “a conspiracy of Elitists who believe they have the right to pull the strings, to manipulate ‘the great unwashed’ and sacrifice 4 or 5 billion people to insure their positions as secret dictators, invisible, out of the line of fire, safe in their bunkers, sitting on piles of gold and silver and laughing at the people they intend to butcher for fun and profit.”

I don’t think that has anything at all in common with any concept of ‘globalism’.

Who would have anything to gain by scaring the rest of us with rumours of ‘Globalists’ taking away our sovereignty?

I mean it, we need better words, better labels. Calling a Rabid Elitist an ‘Elitist’ doesn’t have the right kind of punch.

Do words like Fascist, Nazi, Communist- really mean anything? Are they carefully chosen ‘button words’ that can be used to shut your brain off and elicit the kind of reactions that they’ve carefully tested on groups of ‘the little people’?

—Ack—

(I keep hearing hidden agendae in the voices and word choices of news readers/ It’s harder to tell what’s going on while looking at the faces of television news people.)

—anyway, yes the world has gone crazy and yes it still gets worse-

Can we quote Bruce Cockburn here? “the trouble with normal is it always gets worse”?

—Have a nice day—

~~~~~Jim

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