Secret #2 governments do not want you to know.

Mei 21, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

They use words.

The power that the government agents claim to hold over you is a result of words. The power to remove your children, firearms, income or anything else is a result of words. Words have not just definitions, but meanings. To fully understand a word’s meaning, you must know the definition, the assumptions the word creates and the implications of the word. Unless you know what a word means, it can have unlimited power over you.

One assumption made with any word is that both parties agree on the definition of the word in question. No word can have any power without meaning and there can be no meaning without a definition.

The agents imposing upon you because of a supposed authority, do they know the full and complete meanings of the words comprising their mandate? If not, they can be attacked using their own weapons against them. Are their definitions the same as yours? What makes theirs better than yours? Often these words they use have had their definitions changed. They might mean something entirely different from what you believe or expect. By not questioning their definitions and assumptions you are letting them take power.

All you have to do to stop them is ask questions, endless questions if that’s what it takes.  Questions can never be seen as being unlawful. Do you think these bureaucrats would rather fight you or go find easier pickings? Some of their words are clearly deceptive. They may even have two senses or meanings.

If you look in a Standard English dictionary they will mean one thing, but in a proper Law dictionary will tell you something else entirely different. Although a Statute may have thousands of words in it, there are a few key ones, which once you understand their meanings you will begin to see a deception. It is this deception; pointed out to the human beings you are dealing with within the government, which will destroy their motivation. Every good soldier knows that without motivation, there is no fight.

Blikskottel: Loves to know the exact meaning of words.

13 antwoorde op Secret #2 governments do not want you to know.

  1. exionperfexi het gesê op Mei 21, 2012

    Angiqondi !

  2. Woordspeling…..

  3. lora2me het gesê op Mei 21, 2012

    Language is a loaded weapon and the master of language is the ruler of many.

  4. Blikskottel het gesê op Mei 22, 2012

    That’s why we should always read, seek the truth and make sure we comprehend the meaning of each and every word, especially when it comes to legal issues.

  5. Blikskottel het gesê op Mei 22, 2012

    Woordspeling is en ding, maar daar is ander dinge wat met woorde gedoen word wat erg boos is.

  6. Blikskottel het gesê op Mei 22, 2012

    In plein Afrikaans asb?

  7. exionperfexi het gesê op Mei 23, 2012

    dit beteken : “ek perstaan pokkol” in die koninkryk taal van die Zulu .

  8. I-like-silly het gesê op Mei 23, 2012

    lekker giggel ek nou!

  9. Vetjan het gesê op Mei 23, 2012

    Hey Bliksem, wil jy nie dalk vir my van jou rookgoed aanstuur nie, want ek dink nie dit kan oortref word nie. Sade sal ook okay wees.

  10. Blikskottel het gesê op Mei 24, 2012

    Wel begin dan lees, oplees en die waarheid soek. Dis al wat ek doen.

  11. Blikskottel het gesê op Mei 24, 2012

    As ek iets hier skryf wat onwaar is, laat weet gerus. Jou kommentaar help niemand nie en is waardeloos.

  12. Vetjan het gesê op Mei 24, 2012

    UUhmm…. as jy dalk in gewone maklik verstaanbare taal logiese en duidelike argumente kan skryf sal ek miskien iets daaroor kan sê.

    Ongelukkig kan ek nie kop of stert uitmaak van wat jy probeer sê nie.

    Jou inskrywings is dus vir my van nul en gener waarde nie, en dra niks by tot enige debat nie.

  13. Blikskottel het gesê op Mei 27, 2012

    As jy die nie verstaan nie..wel dan is dit sinneloos om te probeer verduidelik. Baie ander verstaan maklik waaroor dit gaan.

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