I was listening to someone talking today about what is going on in the world and I kept hearing the word anarchy being thrown about. I decided to look it up and was saddened to see a word with such a violent meaning being embraced so freely and without true thought or understanding. In researching this I began to see how we have lost our understanding of words and do not seem inclined to want to stay on top of their true meanings and thereby we are not speaking our true feelings. So what is the definition of anarchy? I used bold print in the sections I was disturbed by.
[an-er-kee] Show IPA
1.a state of society without government or law.
2.political and social disorder due to the absence of governmental Control, The death of the king was followed by a year of anarchy. Synonyms: lawlessness, disruption, turmoil.
3.anarchism ( def 1 ) .
5.Confusion and disorder: Intellectual and moral anarchy followed his loss of faith. It was impossible to find the book I was looking for in the anarchy of his bookshelves. Synonyms: chaos, disruption, turbulence; license; disorganization, disintegration.
It made me realize that the vocabulary we use in our lives today, the laws we are forced to follow, are all part of the old paradigm which was constructed out of the need to ‘control’ the population. It has virtually nothing to do with the wants and needs and thinking of ‘we the people’. We need a new vocabulary and new laws to live by in this new world we are creating. Lets begin with the word anarchy, which seems to be a favorite term used to keep people in line by fear today. After all who wants to be labeled an anarchist under the definition of the word today? What does the new world see an anarchist as being? Someone who is actively non-complying, someone who is free thinking, being true to ones own beliefs. So what word could we now use for such behavior that ends the brutal and violent label of anarchist? How about a freedomist? The word patriot has also been twisted and misused against us. What is the true meaning of the word patriot? Again I have used bold on the important parts.
[pey-tree-uht, -ot or, esp. British, pa-tree-uht] Show IPA
1.a person who loves, supports, and defends his or her country and its interests with devotion.
2.a person who regards himself or herself as a defender, especially of individual rights, against presumed interference by federal government.
I’d say it would be loyalty to our country and to its people, NOT to the government, and yet we have been made to be unpatriotic if we try to defend our rights! The definition is correct, how it is being construed by those trying to force control over us is incorrect. We are now being punished for attempting to defend our rights. I suggest we re-acquaint ourselves with the definition of a patriot( and the dictionary in general) and accept this label with great pride and remind our government what the definition and purpose of the word patriot means.
Laws is another word which really rubs me the wrong way. So again, what is the definition of law and I will use bold print to highlight.
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1.the principles and regulations established in a community by some authority and applicable to its people, whether in the form of legislation or of custom and policies recognized and enforced by judicial decision.
3.the controlling influence of such rules; the condition of society brought about by their observance: maintaining law and order.
4.a system or collection of such rules.
5.the department of knowledge concerned with these rules; jurisprudence: to study law.
Principals and regulations established in a community by some authority? Sounds very vague to me! It should read “principles and regulations established in a community by the People! ” It also says enforced by the judicial system and what is judicial by definition?
[joo-dish–uhl] Show IPA
1.pertaining to judgment in courts of justice or to the administration of justice: judicial proceedings; the judicial system.
2.pertaining to courts of law or to judges; judiciary: judicial functions.
4.inclined to make or give judgments; critical; discriminating: a judicial mind.
5.decreed, sanctioned, or enforced by a court: a judicial decision.
I see nowhere that it says laws must be complied with by force from the government! So why has the government been given control of our laws and who must follow them and what punishments will be handed out if not followed? Who is writing the laws and why are they not agreed upon by we the people? Are most people even aware of the NDAA law? Talk about losing our control. Why have we allowed the government to gain such control over we the people? Because we are not paying attention, we are no longer aware of the meaning of the words we are using to create the life we are now suffering under. Perhaps we should take a closer look at our school books our children are reading. Are the definitions of words used in them being used correctly or have they been altered? Worth checking out.
I for one am in favor of a far more gentle use of words for the new world. Laws is such a cold word, how about covenants which in essence means agreements? It takes away that feeling of fear does it not? Do you think the language being used today is not without purpose? That purpose is fear! The words we use today give away the power of the people and that was all by design, and unfortunately we have all accepted the way it is and it has been drilled into us forever now. We don’t even recognize what is wrong unless it is pointed out to us by someone awake and aware! A very dangerous situation. Is anyone checking new dictionaries as they are handed out to see if the proper definitions are still being used or have they quietly altered their meanings against us?
All I can say is people better wake up fast as we are quickly spiraling out of control into a world being rapidly created where we the people no longer have power what so ever in our warped minds let alone our lives. WE have all the power to stand up and take back what is rightfully ours, but we must wake up in order to do that!
Wake Up !
Blessings to us all,