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Dialects of Brexlish.

Remainlish.

This is the policed language in the EU for dummies series published by Soros Inc the colour revolution publishing specialists favoured by Repeater followers and Sheeptivists seen dressed up as Captain EU.

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https://www.captaineuro.eu/

Remaineranto

Denotes high level of post-grad indoctrination Erasmus exchanges and more than a passing knowledge of TINA woo from Neo-Liberal arts and humanities faculties.

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https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jul/07/voters-eu-referendum-did-not-know-what-they-were-voting-for-oona-king

Brailic,

North of the border spoken by the SNP complete with Verhoftadesque gesticulations.

Clingon

The dialect of the real zealot

Brinoish

This is the faux weasle word vocabulary of Psuedo Brexiteers often delivered with a Spaffing good Etonian Burr just for good measure.

Brino Liars Lexicon ( Coming Soon)

Liars Lexicon

Here is the list of  Liar’s Lexicon posts.

Each takes one of the phrases or concepts which we’ve all heard and often been needlessly confused by. It has been my contention that none of these concepts is difficult. They are bandied about partly, I think, to encourage us to think we can’t understand and should just sit down and be quiet.

They are not difficult. They are, I contend, jargon whose purpose is to confuse and often to lie.

Repo –                       Liar’s Lexicon
Volatility  –                 Volatility – the market god, slayer of nations
Toxic assets –           Toxic assets – a taste
Losing money  –        Losing money: how to do it
Debt laundering  –     Debt Laundering and theft
Leverage  –               Cash, Debt and the magic of Leverage
Short Selling –           Short Selling – end game guide
Speculation –             Specualtion and Bubbles
Securitization –          Securitization – The Undead heart of the Shadow banking machine – Part 1
The Undead Heart – part 2
The Undead Heart – part 3
Inflation –                    Inflation deflation
Mark to Market –        Liar’s Lexicon – Mark to Market

https://cyberjournal.org/cj333-doublespeak-and-the-new-world-order/

Richard Moores Double Speak and the New World Order Article form 1995.

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“THE BEGINNING OF WISDOM IS TO CALL THINGS BY THEIR PROPER NAME.”

― Confucius

        "COMPETITIVENESS": the attractiveness of a venue to
        multinational investors, particularly: laxity of regulation and
        taxation; the degree to which a developed country regresses to
        third-world status.
  "DEMOCRACY": a government with a competitive party electoral
        system, in which multinationals are able to exert effective
        influence -- there is no requirement that the government
        represent the people or support their welfare.


"FREE TRADE": the systematic destabilization of national and
        regional economic arrangements, by means of treaties such as
        GATT and NAFTA, in order to take economic decision making as far
        as possible from any democratic process, and centralize global
        economic control into the hands of the corporate elite.
 "PRIVATIZATION": (1) the theft of citizen assets by corporate
        interests, achieved through discounted sell-offs of
        intentionally under-valued public properties; (2) the creation
        of new investment opportunities by means of dismantling publicly
        owned services.
 "REFORM": the modification or replacement of an existing
        economic or political system, so as to create new corporate
        investment opportunities -- it is not required that the new
        system perform effectively, only that it deliver corporate
        profits.
 "REFORMS, DEMOCRATIC": (1) same as "market reforms"; (2)
        movement toward NWO's democracy model.

https://genius.com/Crosby-stills-nash-and-young-woodstock-lyrics

Well, I came upon a child of God
He was walking along the road
And I asked him, “tell me, where are you going?”
This he told me

Said, “I’m going down to Yasgur’s Farm
Gonna join in a rock and roll band
Got to get back to the land
And set my soul free

We are stardust, we are golden
We are billion-year-old carbon

And we’ve got to get ourselves
Back to the garden

Well, then can I walk beside you?
I have come to lose the smog
And I feel myself a cog
In somethin’ turning

And maybe it’s the time of year
Yes, and maybe it’s the time of man

And I don’t know who I am
But life is for learning

We are stardust, we are golden
We are billion-year-old carbon
And we got to get ourselves
Back to the garden

We are stardust, we are golden
We are billion-year-old carbon
And we got to get ourselves
Back to the garden

By the time we got to Woodstock
We were half a million strong

And everywhere was a song
And a celebration

And I dreamed I saw the bomber jet planes
Riding shotgun in the sky
Turning into butterflies
Above our nation

We are stardust, we are golden
We are caught in the devil’s bargain
And we got to get ourselves
Back to the garden

[AUTHENTICITY CERTIFIED: Text version below transcribed directly from audio]

You know, I just wanna say one brief thing about something the previous speaker said. I didn’t wanna spend too much time on that ’cause I don’t think it’s important enough. But one thing is worth considering.

He’s the — He’s the nominal head of an organization supposedly representative of the undergraduates. Whereas in fact under the current director it derives — its authority is delegated power from the Administration. It’s totally unrepresentative of the graduate students and TAs.¹

But he made the following statement (I quote): “I would ask all those who are not definitely committed to the FSM² cause to stay away from demonstration.” Alright, now listen to this: “For all upper division students who are interested in alleviating the TA shortage problem, I would encourage you to offer your services to Department Chairmen and Advisors.” That has two things: A strike breaker and a fink.

I’d like to say — like to say one other thing about a union problem. Upstairs you may have noticed they’re ready on the 2nd floor of Sproul Hall, Locals 40 and 127 of the Painters Union are painting the inside of the 2nd floor of Sproul Hall. Now, apparently that action had been planned some time in the past. I’ve tried to contact those unions. Unfortunately — and [it] tears my heart out — they’re as bureaucratized as the Administration. It’s difficult to get through to anyone in authority there. Very sad. We’re still — We’re still making an attempt. Those people up there have no desire to interfere with what we’re doing. I would ask that they be considered and that they not be heckled in any way. And I think that — you know — while there’s unfortunately no sense of — no sense of solidarity at this point between unions and students, there at least need be no — you know — excessively hard feelings between the two groups.

Now, there are at least two ways in which sit-ins and civil disobedience and whatever — least two major ways in which it can occur. One, when a law exists, is promulgated, which is totally unacceptable to people and they violate it again and again and again till it’s rescinded, appealed. Alright, but there’s another way. There’s another way. Sometimes, the form of the law is such as to render impossible its effective violation — as a method to have it repealed. Sometimes, the grievances of people are more — extend more — to more than just the law, extend to a whole mode of arbitrary power, a whole mode of arbitrary exercise of arbitrary power.

And that’s what we have here. We have an autocracy which — which runs this university. It’s managed. We were told the following: If President Kerr actually tried to get something more liberal out of the Regents in his telephone conversation, why didn’t he make some public statement to that effect? And the answer we received — from a well-meaning liberal — was the following: He said, “Would you ever imagine the manager of a firm making a statement publicly in opposition to his Board of Directors?” That’s the answer.

Well I ask you to consider — if this is a firm, and if the Board of Regents are the Board of Directors, and if President Kerr in fact is the manager, then I tell you something — the faculty are a bunch of employees and we’re the raw material! But we’re a bunch of raw materials that don’t mean to be —  have any process upon us. Don’t mean to be made into any product! Don’t mean — Don’t mean to end up being bought by some clients of the University, be they the government, be they industry, be they organized labor, be they anyone! We’re human beings!

And that — that brings me to the second mode of civil disobedience. There’s a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious, makes you so sick at heart that you can’t take part! You can’t even passively take part! And you’ve got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels, upon the levers, upon all the apparatus — and you’ve got to make it stop! And you’ve got to indicate to the people who run it, to the people who own it — that unless you’re free the machine will be prevented from working at all!!

That doesn’t mean — I know it will be interpreted to mean, unfortunately, by the bigots who run The Examiner, for example — That doesn’t mean that you have to break anything. One thousand people sitting down some place, not letting anybody by, not [letting] anything happen, can stop any machine, including this machine! And it will stop!!

We’re gonna do the following — and the greater the number of people, the safer they’ll be and the more effective it will be. We’re going, once again, to march up to the 2nd floor of Sproul Hall. And we’re gonna conduct our lives for awhile in the 2nd floor of Sproul Hall. We’ll show movies, for example. We tried to get Un Chant d’Amour and [they] shut them off. Unfortunately, that’s tied up in the court because of a lot of squeamish moral mothers for a moral America and other people on the outside. The same people who get all their ideas out of the San Francisco Examiner. Sad, sad. But, Mr. Landau — Mr. Landau has gotten us some other films.

Likewise, we’ll do something — we’ll do something which hasn’t occurred at this University in a good long time! We’re going to have real classes up there! They’re gonna be freedom schools conducted up there! We’re going to have classes on [the] 1st and 14th amendments!! We’re gonna spend our time learning about the things this University is afraid that we know! We’re going to learn about freedom up there, and we’re going to learn by doing!!

Now, we’ve had some good, long rallies.

[Rally organizers inform Savio that Joan Baez has arrived.]

Just one moment. We’ve had some good, long rallies. And I think I’m sicker of rallies than anyone else here. She’s not going to be long. I’d like to introduce one last person — one last person before we enter Sproul Hall. Yeah. And the person is Joan Baez.

Pierre-Joseph Proudhon > Quotes > Quotable Quote

“To be GOVERNED is to be watched, inspected, spied upon, directed, law-driven, numbered, regulated, enrolled, indoctrinated, preached at, controlled, checked, estimated, valued, censured, commanded, by creatures who have neither the right nor the wisdom nor the virtue to do so. To be GOVERNED is to be at every operation, at every transaction noted, registered, counted, taxed, stamped, measured, numbered, assessed, licensed, authorized, admonished, prevented, forbidden, reformed, corrected, punished. It is, under pretext of public utility, and in the name of the general interest, to be place under contribution, drilled, fleeced, exploited, monopolized, extorted from, squeezed, hoaxed, robbed; then, at the slightest resistance, the first word of complaint, to be repressed, fined, vilified, harassed, hunted down, abused, clubbed, disarmed, bound, choked, imprisoned, judged, condemned, shot, deported, sacrificed, sold, betrayed; and to crown all, mocked, ridiculed, derided, outraged, dishonored. That is government; that is its justice; that is its morality.”
General Idea of the Revolution in the Nineteenth Century, translated by John Beverly Robinson (London: Freedom Press, 1923), pp. 293-294.”

An idiots guide to arguing with bankers well worth a recap from 2011

https://notthegrubstreetjournal.com/2019/01/11/an-idiots-guide-to-arguing-with-bankers-well-worth-a-recap-from-2011/

 

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