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"Renaming" authoritarian institutions & schemes
« on: December 11, 2003, 11:21:16 pm »

How about some "new names" for authoritarian institutions and schemes?

Public Schools = Government Schools, Coercively Funded Schools, Government Training Camps. Education-Prevention Camps

Liberals = "Authoritarians."
Democrats =  "Demothoritarians"

Gun control advocates = "Control Freaks"

Anti-liberty = "Liberty-challenged"

Academics = "Academocrats"

National Public Radio = National Propaganda Radio (I got this one from NH Taxpayer Radio, a great show. Use with caution since NPR does have a few good people working for them who do stories about us Smiley

Southern Pro-Poverty Law Center

The Americans With or Without Disabilities Act

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I am not brilliant at this so don't leave me to do this alone!  Let's hear your fave names!

BTW this probably seems a little inconsistent with some other posts I've made in the past against "name-changing."  I should  probably clarify.  Changing the names of things tends to hurt them.  So I am against trying to change the names of institutions and schemes we want to succeed and in favor of new names for the ones that need to fail!
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« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2003, 11:24:50 pm »

Here are some more, directly from our pre-2004 archive:

IRS = "Internal Robbery Squadron," Internal Redistribution Service,  Infernal Revenue Service, Eternal Revenue Service, IRSS

NEA = The National Education Assassination
Publicly funded =  Coercively funded

NASA = The National Against Space Administration or Not Anytime Soon Astroministration

FDA = Federal Delay Association, Federal Data Administration:

HUD = Housing and Urban Devestation, Housing and Urban Dependency

ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS =  The Nanny Networks. (To be used with caution, since we have to befriend some who work at these places)

Department of Defense  = War Department.  

Gun control = Gun owner control

Social Security = Socialist Security

The Whitewash House

House of Whose Representatives?

Chief Injustice

Executive Order = executive edict

Census = inventory (in its modern useage)

FICA = Federal Income Confiscation Act

Progressive tax system = various levels of Tax Hell for unrepentent wage-earners

Sales Tax = Luxury Tax
Luxury Tax = You still have something left over?!
Alcohol Tax = Prohibition Fine

Public education = indoctrination at your expense

Targeted tax-cut = discrimination and class warfare

Diversity = political beauty is skin deep

Gridlock = disagreeing with the Left

Bipartisanship = agreeing with the Left

OSHA = Overblown System to Help Accidents

DOPE = Department Of Public Education

Government schools =  "reproductive organs of the welfare state!"  (that's from a Vin article)

"campaign finance reform" = "incumbent protection reform" or "campaign finance deform."

Universal health care = "universal health disrepair, universal bad health legislation" or "queue up and die legislation".
 
State Department = call them after the military states the accepted surrender terms; also Department of France

Department of the Interior = Department of the Posterior

Secret Service = Servants of Cthulhu

the former INS (I've heard it has a new name) = Welcome Wagon

Health and Human Services = Stealth Inhuman Servitude
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« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2003, 03:41:37 am »

Bi-Lingual Education = Deny-Lingual Education
DHHS = Department of Health and Human Servitude
Brady Bill = Shady Bill
Brady Law = Shady Law

Tax Maxification (got that from NH State Rep John Gibson...or maybe the guy who was interviewing him, I can't remember)
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« Reply #3 on: December 13, 2003, 06:00:05 pm »

Here are some more.

Whenever you want to rename a UN institution, just try pronuncing it as "un."

Example:

UNPROFOR = The UN's un-protection force
(for unprotection, of course!
Unprotecting men, women, children and girls
filing complaints in a death camp world!)

The Unsecurity Council
The United Satins Security Council
The Indicted Nations
The Unlighted Nations

Others:

Universal health care = Universal shelve care

outcomes-based education = outslums-based education

Socialism = groupthink (thats from CNHT also)

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« Reply #4 on: December 17, 2003, 09:31:09 pm »

I've taken to calling public schools "government schools". Or even "government force schools" or "government-forced schools".
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« Reply #5 on: December 17, 2003, 09:33:32 pm »

Just a thought: linguistic memes can be very handy. FAUXNEWS started calling suicide bomings "homicide bombings" (duh) and just the other day I saw it happen before my very own eyes when they turned spider hole into "rat hole" after a Iraqi dissident used the term.
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« Reply #6 on: December 18, 2003, 12:20:52 am »

Right-Conservatives and Republicans are just as evil as Left-Liberals and Democrats, Dada. They are also just as Authoritarian.
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« Reply #7 on: December 18, 2003, 12:30:22 am »

"Homicide bombings"?? They either do not know the definition of "homicide".. or they are just stupid. {The former DOES entail stupidity, of course, more or less: I can respect ignorance in regards to words, as one does not know ALL.. but one should actually *LEARN* the definition BEFORE one employs it...}

I will opt for stupidity. Again.. Right-Conservatives are not known much for their great intellect.
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« Reply #8 on: December 18, 2003, 12:56:35 am »

The constructive support of right conservatives is probably what will make or break the FSP.   Are you in favor of or against FSP success Morph?

Here are some more:

Dept. of Education = Department of Education Prevention

Statists = Powermongers, Powerworshippers

National Public Radio = National Powermonger Radio, National Powerworshipper Radio

NAACP = National Association for the Advancement of Constant Panic, National Association Against Colored People, National Association the Advancement of Complaining People  
ACLU = The Almost Civil Liberties Union (if they don't think you have gun rights what is the word "liberties" doing in their name?)

NRA = The National Rifle Equivocation (I'll take this one off when they apologize for having our own Tim Condon arrested).

People for the American Way = Sheeple for the American Way, People for the Authoritarian Way
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« Reply #9 on: December 18, 2003, 01:08:49 am »

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The constructive support of right conservatives is probably what will make or break the FSP.

I do not suggest that we deny that Libertarianism shares common ground with Right-Conservatism. I *AM* suggesting- most vehemently, in fact- that we not deny that Libertarianism shares COMMON GROUND with *LEFT-LIBERALISM*.

Or do you disagree with me, Dada? Do *YOU* desire success for the FSP?? I *DO*!
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« Reply #10 on: December 18, 2003, 01:28:53 am »

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I do not suggest that we deny that Libertarianism shares common ground with Right-Conservatism. I *AM* suggesting- most vehemently, in fact- that we not deny that Libertarianism shares COMMON GROUND with *LEFT-LIBERALISM*.

Or do you disagree with me, Dada? Do *YOU* desire success for the FSP?? I *DO*>>


Heh heh if I can dish it out I better be ready to take it.  You bet I agree, if you are talking about *real* left liberals.  But take a look at this national Liberty Index and see how well the nations "left liberal" representatives do in comparison to our "right conservatives" when it comes to freedom.

http://www.republicanliberty.org/libdex/LI1999_Over.htm

Can't find any left liberals?  Neither can I.  They mostly show up as authoritarians and statists.  The NH liberty index looks similar; there the top 100 ranked liberty-friendly house members are all Republicans, the "party of the right-conservatives."  
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« Reply #11 on: December 18, 2003, 02:00:56 am »

I do not regard all Republicans as Right-Conservatives. Surely, the Federal, and, to a lesser extent {perhaps} the State and Local, focus{es} leans Right-Conservative in concept.. but I recognize that there are Centrists and even Libertarians working within the Party. There are, further, even Left-Liberals, like Bloomberg of New York City, although they are far rarer than even the Libertarians.

Those Governmental Republicans who vote mostly Libertarian, as opposed to Authoritarian, are roughly more Libertarian than anything, rather than Right-Conservative.

To be sure, there are those who proclaim themselves as Members of any Ideology who are, in all reality, liars- be they supposedly Centrists, Left-Liberals, Right-Conservatives, Authoritarians, or even Libertarians.
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« Reply #12 on: December 18, 2003, 10:55:25 am »

I have just observed the RLC Liberty Index. Very.. interesting.
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The constructive support of right conservatives is probably what will make or break the FSP.

I do not suggest that we deny that Libertarianism shares common ground with Right-Conservatism. I *AM* suggesting- most vehemently, in fact- that we not deny that Libertarianism shares COMMON GROUND with *LEFT-LIBERALISM*.

Or do you disagree with me, Dada? Do *YOU* desire success for the FSP?? I *DO*!

Libertarianism shares very little ground with the left in NH. Some, but not much. The Dems leadership here are statists through and through and are far more scared of us than the Repubs.
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« Reply #14 on: December 18, 2003, 10:34:54 pm »

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The constructive support of right conservatives is probably what will make or break the FSP.

I do not suggest that we deny that Libertarianism shares common ground with Right-Conservatism. I *AM* suggesting- most vehemently, in fact- that we not deny that Libertarianism shares COMMON GROUND with *LEFT-LIBERALISM*.

Or do you disagree with me, Dada? Do *YOU* desire success for the FSP?? I *DO*!

Libertarianism shares very little ground with the left in NH. Some, but not much. The Dems leadership here are statists through and through and are far more scared of us than the Repubs.

http://progress.org/dfc/
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