Doublespeak in the Modern Pathocracy

Approaching Infinity

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I am starting this topic to document the use of doublespeak by our contemporary Pathocrats. As Lobaczewski tells us, any given Pathocracy will develop one. Hopefully we can get a good collection of what their words really mean, stripped of ideology. I guess you could call it a "Psycho-Babel Fish". ;)

Let's try to edit and expand on each others' work, so as to come up with as objective an analysis as possible. Perhaps it can even be used on the SOTT page after a particularly disgusting use of doublespeak by our so-called 'leaders'.

I'll start it off:

1) "bringing peace [insert foreign country here]" - This refers not to bringing any kind of meaningful peace to a country that needs it. It simply means killing all enemies. Without anyone to fight back, there is peace. For a psychopath, peace means any and all opposition has been exterminated.

2) "bringing freedom to [insert foreign country here]" - This refers not to any real freedoms, but merely the psychopathic freedom to rape, pillage, and plunder a given group of people. For a psychopath, freedom means doing whatever they hell he wants to.

3) "protecting our freedoms" - A variation of 2), this simply means protecting the right to rape, pillage, plunder, etc.

4) "defending oneself" / "acting in self-defense" - This refers not to any real type of defense, as a result of an unprovoked attack. Self-defense means that a psychopath has the right to maim, torture, terrorize, or kill anyone who complains that he is already maiming, torturing, terrorizing, or killing. For a psychopath, defending oneself means attacking blaming the victim for the psychopath's own crimes, and holding them fully accountable for actions that are the responsibility of the psychopath.

5) "War on Terror" - The war on terror is a war of terror. It is a war on the victims of terror at the hands of psychopaths. When the victims of psychopathic terror respond, they are attacked in the name of terror.

6) re: morality, e.g. "Jewish morality" or "Israel's military is the most moral in the world" - When used in the context of a psychopathic military, 'morality' refers to the psychopathic morality of complete lack of conscience. For example, feeling empathy for your enemy is "soft", "weak- or simple-minded". Cold-blooded killing machines are moral soldiers, in the minds of pathocrats.

7) "Militant Islamo-fascism wants to take over the world and install the law of Islam on the peoples of the world" - This means that psychopaths, in fact, wish to take over the world of normal people, installing the universal law of the psychopath. This 'law' can manifest itself in any ideology, whether it by capitalist, socialist, fascist, communist, Judaic, Talmudic, Christian, Muslim, etc.
Thought of some more:

8) "support our troops" - The does not refer to any real moral and empathic support for those sent to die as cannon fodder. For a psychopath, "support" means sacrifice; normal people, whether part of or foreign to the country of the pathocracy, must be killed. Wars are a perfect means to not only kill a pathocracy's own citizens, but those of the 'enemy of the day'.

9) "outrageous conspiracy theories" - This refers to "probable conspiracy facts". As normal people generally see the absurdity of such conspiracies as "heads of state being shape-shifting reptiles" or "Elvis killed JFK" or "Jews are responsible for everything bad in the world", by associating the word 'outrageous' with completely plausible conspiracies, normal people are hesitant to question.
10) "Anti-semitic" - A label which refers to any behavior critical of the bloodthirsty Talmudic Zionist war-machine in Israel that murders Palestinians every day by the dozens.

11) "Self-hating Jew" - A Jew that displays "anti-semitic" behavior but cannot have this label (libel?) applied for obvious reasons.
hkoehli said:
Thought of some more:

8) "support our troops" - The does not refer to any real moral and empathic support for those sent to die as cannon fodder. For a psychopath, "support" means sacrifice; normal people, whether part of or foreign to the country of the pathocracy, must be killed. Wars are a perfect means to not only kill a pathocracy's own citizens, but those of the 'enemy of the day'.
This also actually means "support what we say our troops should be doing - do not, under any circumstances, ask the troops themselves" - basically, to support what we tell you to support - there are no troops being supported by America - America's troops are put into harm's way for no decent reason and if they are lucky enough to return home alive, but wounded (physically or emotionally), they are left to fend for themselves - physically, emotionally and monitarily. There is NO support of the actual troops, however, 'support of what we tell you our troops should be doing' is greatly encouraged.
This from Noam Chomsky in 1992 on the "support our troops" slogan. I've tidied up the punctuation a little which was a transcript from an interview.

Anything that's totally vacuous and diverts, after all what does it mean to be in favor of... Suppose somebody asks, "Do you support the people in Iowa?", can you say.... "I support them." or "No, I don't support them."?

It's not even a question, it doesn't even mean anything. And that's the point of public relations slogans like "support our troops" is that they don't mean anything. They mean as much as whether you support the people in Iowa.

Of course there was an issue. The issue was do you support our policy? But you don't want people to think about the issue. That's the whole point of good propaganda, you want to create a slogan that nobody is gonna be against and I suppose everybody will be for...... because nobody knows what it means because it doesn't mean anything. But it's crucial value is it diverts your attention from a question that does mean something.

Do you support our policy? And that's the one you're not allowed to talk about.

So you have people arguing about do I support the troops, of course I don't etc and then you go on. That's like "Americanism" and "harmony"..... "We're all together". Empty slogans that somehow join in and lets make sure we don't have all these bad people around who disrupt all of our harmony with their talk about class struggle and their rights and that sort of business.

Well, that's all very effective, it runs right up to today and of course it is carefully thought out. You know the people in the PR industry aren't there for the fun of it, they're doing work, they're trying to instill the right values. In fact they have a conception of what a democracy ought to be. It ought to be a system in which the specialized class are trained to do their work for the service of the masters, the people who own the society.
And the rest of the population ought to be deprived of any form of organization because organization just causes trouble.
I think this would make a very nice editorial for SOTT.

Don't forget "extraordinary rendition."
12) "Globalization" - It's not about the distribution of the marvellous wealth the capitalistic system has to offer to the poorer countries, but another way or another excuse for the big corporations and the wealthier nations to steal and plunder the natural resources of those same poorer countries leaving the native populations with nothing.
This one made me laugh - quote from Donald Rumsfeld

"Reports that say that something hasn't happened is always interesting to me, because as we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we don't know. But there are also unknown unknowns-the ones we don't know we don't know".

Like "we know we know" that Al-Queda orchestrated the WTC attacks. OBL's whereabouts must fall under "known unknowns" then.:rolleyes:
13) Free Trade - Mulitnational companies spread this word as though it is about helping each of the countries they wish to plunder. Another buzzword with no real meaning. This is like globalization's little brother :)
14) Illegals. People who live in one part of the world, who are from another part of the world, lacking the required paperwork.
Insurgents. Freedom fighters who are resisting an illegal invasion.

Terrorists. Very often, also freedom fighters resisting an illegal invasion.

Terrorists can also be used factually to describe the false flag operations of the illegal invaders. But generally, when this is the case, they are called "Arab Terrorists."
Johnno said:
14) Illegals. People who live in one part of the world, who are from another part of the world, lacking the required paperwork.
Or even having the required paperwork... Pets are treated better than third world citizens in some modern pathocracies.
'Diplomacy' - threats and intimidation preceding an already decided upon military strike.
Democracy: A system where a few rich and powerful psychopaths pick a couple of their rich and powerful psychopathic friends, and inform the population that their next president will be one of those psychopaths. Then they create a couple of artificial differences between them, throw millions of dollars at their campaign, and convince the population that those few psychopaths are actually the reincarnation of Jesus, and that far from being vicious psychopaths, they are in fact the gentlest, kindest, most loving, most intelligent, and caring people in the whole nation who aren't even rich or powerful or connected to all the other psychopaths at all, which is why *they* deserve to be president. No one ever finds it odd that the president campaigns for himself - that he judges himself as the most worthy in the whole nation to be president, which implies an ego the size of a planet, and expects the entire nation to know him simply based on his campaign ads. Amazingly, everyone takes him and his enormous arrogance and ego seriously, as if it is normal for a person to decide for himself that he's the most worthy of presidency.

Freedom: The ability to choose between Coke and Pepsi. Also the ability to choose between a small group of powerful psychopaths as your next leader. Of course, if you don't want Coke OR Pepsi, you also have the freedom to drink heavily toxic water or any number of other beverages composed of laboratory-produced chemicals that you can't pronounce. You also have choices among the various pesticide-infested and chemically-poisoned foods, you have the choice to breathe heavily polluted toxic air - the alternative being a lifetime supply of oxygen masks, which were probably made in China or Taiwan because of your other choice to have your job outsourced. Freedom also allows you to choose between a number of mind and soul-destroying religions, all of which encourage you to drink a different flavor of tea, which of course makes them totally different except for that minor little tidbit about imprisoning your entire being.

Love: Feeding on the energy and attention of another person, using them for sexual, physical, emotional, and ego-based gratification. It also means the feelings of possession of another person, for the aforementioned purposes. Of course, buying flowers and other "acts of love" are no different than a farmer feeding his chickens corn every day. All such "acts of love" end once the feeding, various forms of gratification, or the delusion of possession is removed.
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