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The Most Deceptive Word In The English Language

Jefferson Quote

This article was written by Bob Livingston and originally published at Personal Liberty Digest

This is a political and subversive word created and promoted by the establishment as a major key to formulate and channel the public mind. It has more than saturated the public conscience. Very “intellectual” people spout this word assuming that it means human freedom and liberty.

The truth and purpose of this word is for a cover and disguise for fascism and socialism. This word is the workhorse of the American propaganda ministry.Every person is taught this word, from politicians to school children. The government indoctrination centers (also known as schools) and the corporate media use it religiously. Politicians love its sound. It is one of President Barack Obama’s favorite words.

It was an important word to Hitler and Joseph Goebbels.

What is this word? It’s “Democracy.”

Let’s play a little game. See how many times you hear this word in a day from the elites, from the media and from your friends. Six; a dozen, 20 or more?

The U.S. was founded as a Republic. When asked what type of government they had created, Benjamin Franklin replied, “A republic, if you can keep it.” We could not. Our republic has been transformed into a democracy.

Democracy is an esoteric belief system that manipulates the people in such a way that all power flows to the state. As with pure dictatorships, power flows from the top down.

Democracy implies freedom in the public’s mind while power and wealth is constantly channeled to the Federal government. Human liberty is regressively crushed under the one simple word, “democracy.”

Democracy is a political word that is embraced by all political parties and all politicians under many labels in every country of the modern world. It is a cover and a facade for communism, socialism, fascism, for class warfare, for the exploitation and manipulation of minorities against stability, cultural heritage and private property. (By the way; communism, socialism and fascism are all equal. Don’t be fooled by claims that one is a right wing and another is a left wing philosophy. They all transfer power to the state. The difference is simply semantics.)

When politicians utter the word democracy, they are using a code word that signifies their total allegiance to the state. They are using mass hypnosis to manipulate the people against human liberty.

Democracy is that universal mystery that is loved by all and opposed by none. It implies everything good to everyone and every religion. It is the mantle (mantra) of the New World Order. It is the apex of adoration for the state, universalism, One Worldism and materialism. It is Satanism posing as an angel of light.

Anyone seeking human liberty, privacy and private property under the mental deception of democracy is under the greatest illusion. Let us purge our minds of this seductive appeal, this spiritual despotism. It has stolen our conscience, our soul and our honor. It is our legacy to future generations to whom we are passing on our slavery. Shame could have no greater victory.

Democracy is a faith, a state religion, a state of mind. It is the progressive destruction of the person — the individual. It is covered and masked with benevolence, philanthropy and brotherhood. Democracy is the opposite of the common belief. It is “democratic” tyranny, a camouflage for despotism. Its goal is nothing less than universal slavery.

Democracy is the polish, the refinement and the finished perfection of all the tyranny and despotism of history. It is the culmination of that perfect slave state where men and women give their minds, spirits, production and children over to the state. We are reduced to automatons and commercial units. We are government statistics.

The word democracy is a very important word in psychological warfare of government against the people. Democracy as a concept of freedom has evolved over many decades. It is a design word to impress upon the people an imagination that they are free. It has worked unbelievably well!

If the people imagine that they are free, all sorts of crimes by the political system can be imposed, without protest, upon the people. It is an invisible armed guard.

Mental democracy is a psychological weapon of the state that motivates the people to obey the system and to love the state. As George Orwell wrote in his book, 1984, the people come to love Big Brother (the state).

If we focus on this word democracy as an organism, we can tie the visible to the invisible and thus reveal the subterfuge. Democracy is an organism used to pacify the people. And what is an organism? An organism is a repetitive dogma that neutralizes the mind. Its purpose is to integrate the freedom concept of democracy into the American psyche.

It is not formal. It has no overt organization. It may function legally or illegally within the law or above the law. It is never identified as to its true name and purpose. It has no ethnic, social or legal connotation. It is powerful psychological warfare.

With this invisible organism, the American state has imposed all 10 planks of the Communist Manifesto without protest and beyond the awareness of the American people who imagine that they are free.

Following are the 10 planks of communism. They show that America is more a communistic than republican in form of government.

  1. Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes. (Private property rights are almost nonexistent today. You don’t own your property if it can be confiscated for non-payment of tribute to the king, or if a government agency  like the EPA or the USDA can arbitrarily tell you what you can and can’t do with it.)
  2. A heavy progressive or graduated income tax. (Accomplished via the American tax system. Enforced via the Gestapo-like Internal Revenue Service.)
  3. Abolition of all rights of inheritance. (Accomplished via the estate tax.)
  4. Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels. (Accomplished via rendition and drug laws allowing law enforcement to confiscate property if it is suspected of being used in the trade or manufacture of drugs — often without evidence – or to satisfy debts and fines imposed by alphabet soup agencies.)
  5. Centralization of credit in the hands of the state, by means of a national bank with state capital and an exclusive monopoly. (Accomplished via the Federal Reserve, which is not Federal and doesn’t hold “reserves.”)
  6. Centralization of the means of communication and transport in the hands of the state. (Accomplished via the Federal Communications Commission and the regulated airline industry, Amtrak, public transportation and the regulated auto industry. Further attempts being made to seize more power through control of the Internet.)
  7. Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the state; the bringing into cultivation of wastelands and the improvement of the soil, generally in accordance with a common plan. (Accomplished through price controls on the utilities via their government-supported monopolies and subsidies for favored industries.)
  8. Equal liability of all to work. Establishment of industrial armies, especially for agriculture. (Industrial armies accomplished through regulations favoring/subsidizing unions.)
  9. Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries; gradual abolition of all the distinction between town and country by a more equable distribution of the populace over the country. (In progress via Agenda 21, “sustainable development” communities, etc.)
  10. Free education for all children in public schools. Abolition of children’s factory labor in its present form. Combination of education with industrial production. (Accomplished via the public indoctrination system called public education under the control of the Federal government.)

These planks are supported by both major political parties.

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12 comments

  1. I would love to send this article to NH governor Maggie Hassan who proclaims that the colonists fought for democracy. How that dumbass got to be governor of such a great state is difficult to comprehend.
    Can I copy this and send it to her or are there copyright laws that would prohibit me from doing that….????

  2. How can one expect the American people to reject the idea that we are a “democracy”, when they don’t understand what a “Constitutional Republic” is and what are the monumental differences between the two.

    And those who they elect to office, who swore to defend and uphold the Constitution of the United States and our republican form of government, constantly and willfully fail to distinguish between the two.

    But it is not that the American people have not been reminded of the differences by numerous Representatives in the U.S. Congress and multitudes of writers in the public arena.

    Do the American people really want a Constitutional Republic? In their ignorance do they really “care”. That is the question.

  3. when the SHTF , 3 percent will do something about it, the others won’t. they’ve be “common cored” so much they can’t think for themselves. truely, sorry.

  4. The Founders also called Democracy: Tyranny of the majority

    So why do “pro-Israel” people promote Democracy by saying, “Israel is the only Democracy in the Middle East and that’s why we should protect it.”? Do they like tyranny? Sure sounds like it.

    So many people including those that think they are awake still believe Democracy is good when all they are really doing is promoting tyranny.

  5. I want to know why your claiming that quote in the meme of Jefferson was spoken or written by Jefferson?
    Justifying stirring up dissension with false or fake quotes is a very unpatriotic thing it would seem to me.
    Next, if it is a mistake it is a serious one for any patriot to not know what he is writing is true or not.
    A fake or false quoting of the founders puts all your supposed knowledge into doubt and therefore your determinations and solutions into doubt.

    I searched that quote at the site that stores and holds all of Jefferson’s writings (Monticello dot org), and they did not find it anywhere.
    If you do not know what they did, or did not say, then how could you know what is or is not constitutional? Because it puts into doubt everything you say that you know about what the founders intended.

    “Status: We currently have no evidence to confirm that Thomas Jefferson ever said or wrote, “Democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where 51% of the people may take away the rights of the other 49%” or any of its listed variations. We do not know the source of this statement’s attribution to Thomas Jefferson.”
    http://www.monticello.org/site/jefferson/democracy-nothing-more-mob-rule

  6. I am astounded that not one so called patriot on this page or in this group has noticed that was a fake quote!

  7. The founders created a republic, and we are now still today a republic
    I will also be most agreeable to a wager on that.

    Let me explain this though before you lose your life’s earnings.

    Here is a hint for you to start out with.
    The term “Republic” refers to the structure of our government.

    One guess what Democracy refers to!
    That’s right, it does not refer to the structure of our nation’s government, but how we select those who are to serve within that structure.

    What changed is in those days only land owners and the educated could vote.
    Today all citizens are allowed to vote.
    Oddly enough, that was the goal of Jefferson and many other founders.
    That is one thing he and Adams did see eye to eye on. Public education.

    [Editor’s Note: Gary Beach, thank you for sharing with precise clarity a most poetic and patriotic line –

    “That’s right, it does not refer to the structure of our nation’s government,
    but how we select those who are to serve within that structure.”

    Salute!
    Elias Alias, editor]

  8. A republic refers to the structure of government. It has nothing to do with democracy. One is a structure, Like a building is a structure.
    The other is how you decide who enters that building.

    There are many forms of governments that are democratic. Thus democracy is not tied to the structure of government.

  9. My respects to all here. Thank you and salutes to you also.
    We patriots, myself included, do not always get things dead on right. But we are usually recognised by our willingness to change our direction when we realise we made a wrong turn somewhere while in search of our founders intentions. Because it is not our own agendas we pursue, but the founders vision for our nation.
    May that search be never ending by all patriots. Pursued with gusto and vigor in the same manner God instructed us all to pursue truth and justice.

  10. I think this article is very pertinent to our issues today.
    Notice how one group wanted (the federalists) only the educated to vote, and a strong central federal government. The (Republicans) wanted government for all. All men to vote. And a weak centeral government, and strong state government.

    Notice how even the founders did not agree on our constitution?

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    In 1800, Thomas Jefferson ran for president of the United States. John Adams also wanted to be president. Jefferson and Aaron Burr ran as Republicans. John Adams and Charles Pinkney ran as Federalists. There were many differences between the two groups.

    Republicans felt that the government belonged to all the people. They believed most people could make good decisions about their country. They wanted strong state and local governments. Thomas Jefferson and James Madison were Republicans.

    Federalists felt that only educated men could make decisions. They wanted a strong federal (central) government. George Washington, Alexander Hamilton and John Adams were Federalists.

    Federalists said that “a vote for Jefferson was a vote against God.” The Republicans said that Adams wanted to rule like a king. New England and much of the north supported the Federalists. Virginia and much of the south supported the Republicans. Many feared that the differences between the groups could lead to a civil war.

    Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr beat John Adams and Charles Pinkney. But Jefferson and Burr each had 73 votes. They had tied for the presidency! Today there are separate elections for vice-president. During Jefferson’s time, there were not separate elections. The House of Representatives had to break the tie. They would decide who would be president and who would be vice-president.

    In February 1801, representatives from the House voted. Over a hundred people waited in the streets of Washington D.C. to see who won. The voting dragged on. Finally, Alexander Hamilton, a Federalist, helped decide the vote. He said that Jefferson was the safer choice. The representatives voted again. Thomas Jefferson won by one vote. He became the third president of the United States.

    Three years later, Congress passed the Twelfth amendment. It made separate voting for president and vice-president.

    “We are all Republicans: we are all federalists.

    Jefferson called the election of 1800 the “bloodless revolution.” There had been no civil war. Power from one group (the Federalists) had been peacefully handed to another group (the Republicans). Jefferson believed the election united the people in the “strongest Government on earth.” Others thought the differences between the Federalists and the Republicans would cause problems. It was up to Jefferson to create peace between the two groups.

    On March 4th Jefferson was inaugurated as president. That day he stayed true to his beliefs. He walked from his house to the Capitol. Most presidents had ridden in fancy carriages. He wore plain clothes. Most presidents had worn fancy clothes. He told everyone, “Let us, then, fellow citizens, unite with one heart and one mind. . . . We are all republicans: we are all federalists.” All over the nation, bells rang and guns fired in celebration. People cheered for the new president.

    http://classroom.monticello.org/kids/resources/profile/264/Thomas-Jefferson-President-of-the-United-States/

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