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In a recent post entitled, “The Weaponization of Words Against America,” I mentioned the role, historically, that communist double-speak, and the misrepresentative, disingenuous, use of words, etc. play in the Marxist agenda for the takeover of governments. I wanted to emphasize how words can be, and are being, falsely used to take our minds and ourselves into bondage. But it needs to be understood, and the intent of this post is to emphasize, that words, truthfully used, can also be weaponized to keep us free.

In my previous post I mentioned that a major part of the Marxist agenda for the overthrow of our Constitutional Republic calls for “control of the American people through dialectical stages of operant conditioning by words.” I cited, as one example, how people who by definition, principle, and practice are patently and manifestly socialists and Marxists, call themselves and want to to be called, “Democrats.” I stressed that liberty loving people shouldn’t buy into this Marxist mechanism; not in this or any other instance where the subterfuge of our language is involved.

I think that in the interest of clarity, full disclosure and simple honesty, supporters of the Democratic Party platform should stop calling themselves “Democrats” and start calling themselves” Marxicrats” — a term I've seen used only infrequently here and there, but a term I’d like to see used universally. "Marxicrat" more accurately defines who they are and what they stand for. Based upon the “honesty” factor in this proposal, I don’t expect Democrats to do this. But, in all honesty, they should.

I think that lovers of truth and liberty should drop the term Democrat from their vocabulary altogether, replace it with the term “Marxicrat,” and habituate themselves to the use of this more correct word. And this word shouldn't be used in a mean-spirited or snarky way. The Bible says, “Let your speech be always with grace, seasoned with salt, that ye may know how ye ought to answer every man," and "Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers" (Col. 4:6; Eph. 4:29). If challenged for using the term, it should be explained that the motivation for using it is the desire to have your communication be as honest and helpful as it can possibly be.

John Keating (1869-1956) said,"No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world." I think the words "Marxicrat" and “Marxicrats” should be used by Americans who want to resist the overthrow of our Constitutional Republic and who understand how words can be, and are being weaponized to this end. I think the term "Democrat" should be turned inside out, and the truth be seen as to what the Democratic Party platform and the people who promote it are all about.

“And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”

—John 8:32

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