Words as Freedom Tactics

Real Ways To Reclaim Freedom For America

Creeple are especially adept at manipulating language to promote their agenda (it is the most important element of effective propaganda). They adapt old words or create new words to precisely convey the clear message that they desire, leaving no room for even a short argument. Words like pro-choice, homophobia, deniers, etc. convey an exact message with little need of explanation. Also notice the built-in positive and negative connotations of each word.

 Freeple must learn to do the same, but instead of creating lies, freeple must learn to use language to expose truths. The labels freeple, sheeple and creeple are obvious first examples. They replace obscure labels like conservative and liberal with their multiple conflicting meanings, needing little explanation to convey a clear message, and have built-in positive and negative connotations (which conservative and liberal do not). On the Home Page I offer freedom tactics for selected words. More words can be found in another of my websites (D.L. Glossary). You will find them important tools in combating the political correctness and propaganda of creepleism.

~ “If names be not correct, language is not in accordance with the truth of things. If language be not in accordance with the truth of things, affairs cannot be conducted successfully. When affairs cannot be conducted successfully, propriety will not flourish. When propriety does not flourish, punishments will not be properly meted out. When punishments are not properly meted out, the people will not know how to conduct themselves.”~ Confucius, c.500 BCE

Confucius was, knowingly or not, describing societally conditioned paranoia. Creeple political correctness is about paranoid rules for words and reactions to words. When it comes to words, freeple have allowed the game to be played by creeple rules. From now on we play by our own rules – those of freepleism.

[This page is from The Paranoid Quiz website. To understand the context take the quiz.]