Examples of Political Incorrectness or the Destruction of Language
As each subsequent generation of selfish citizens inherits control of the community, it takes its opportunity to abandon more of the irksome restraints that genius and wisdom had installed. This is precisely what I was making reference to in my article of yesterday especially using the “Greatest Generation” and owning the results.
The proponents of this social demolition achieve their irrational purpose by publicly embracing absurdity through slogans while vilifying any who do not support their stance.
This is where I was finding difficulty in as much as “White Nationalism” and “White Supremacists.” I take no offense at cluttering up my writing pages whatsoever.
It is very important to me – and should be to the mainstream media – to understand or at the very least write it out and look it up to comprehend what point a person is trying to make. This is where I believe the mainstream media editors, department heads, writers, and commentators show their fallibility with this kind of transforming information.
Actually, by all standards the unreliability, foible, weakness, and imperfections they use for sordid gain and to misrepresent the facts to gullible readers.
The purpose of the slogan is to enshrine irrational fears or fancies, as truth through the use of presumptuous words so public pronouncement will result in revolution.
The Arkansas prosecutor took the Muhammad case to trial in 2011. The defense lawyers said that the young man suffered “a delusional disorder.” Honestly, what could be more shameful than the language ploy? What is a “delusional disorder”? Obviously, it is a construct of words or a way to either nullify language or at the very best to get a judge of the court to sanction it.
During the trial, Muhammad changed his plea to guilty and the prosecutor accepted it. On July 25, 2011, Muhammed was sentenced to life in prison. (Ref: People of the USA versus Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, born Carlos Leon Bledsoe, who shot two men at a recruitment center in Little Rock, Arkansas. One of the victims died immediately.)
Rather than to just watch this ugly show go on from generation to the next generation I feel that it is incumbent upon me to make clear what a delusional disorder is other than an excuse to get life in prison rather than being convicted of a “terrorist activity” and the subsequent penalty of death.
If you have been curious about why I feel that strongly about political correctness, is because a person going around changing a couple of words is not right and when a person gets some street credit added to his name ( Iraq Veterans Against the War and Courage to Resist) than the proponents of this social demolition achieve their irrational purpose by publicly embracing absurdity through slogans while vilifying any who do not support their stance.