Words Don’t Mean What They Meant in 1970

America has changed radically since 1970. And those changes are reflected in the changing meaning of the words we use.

Torture: In 1970 torture was forbidden by the 8th Amendment of the Bill of Rights. Torture was something done by Commies and Third World dictators. Surprise! Surprise! After the Commies went out of business our Department of Homeland Security hired the head of the East German Stasi, Marcus Wolf, and a former KGB general, Yegeny Primakov, to help America become a Third World dictatorship. We are now allowing US soldiers and contractors to torture and rape children in front of their parents to extract false confessions.  Pain Compliance is the polite word police and the courts use for Torture. Police are allowed to use pain to make us comply with their unconstitutional orders. This practice began with anti-abortion demonstrators and has spread to hospitals. The police recently killed a 95 year-old man who failed to comply with a doctor’s orders. You have no right to refuse medical treatment including vaccines with adjuvants known to sterilize you.

Wiretapping used to be illegal without a court order. The police and the FBI were required to show probable cause of a crime. Now they just record everything and use a warrant after the fact to introduce illegal evidence into court.

FBI: In 1970 the FBI still had a good reputation in most parts of America. When the jury returned a verdict in the Whitey Bulger case last week in Boston, the jurors were deeply disturbed by the gross criminality of the federal government. The FBI has been manufacturing terrorism cases at least since the 1993 bombing of the WTC in which the FBI paid to have the bomb made that killed 6 people. In Oklahoma City the DOJ and FBI covered up the killing of 168 people including 19 children at the Murrah federal building on April 19, 1995. Recently, the FBI killed one of the Boston bombing patsies, tortured another by cutting his throat, killed one witness, arrested 3 others on bogus charges and killed 2 FBI agents who might have been a problem at the trial. If men come to the door saying FBI, you will not react the same as people did back in 1970.

Job. In 1970 men had jobs. A man with a job could pay his mortgage, pay his taxes and support a stay at home wife and 2 children. Today that word job has a 77% chance to mean that if you found it in 2013 it is part time. 40% of all American workers today make less in inflation adjusted dollars than a high school kid did working for the minimum wage in 1968 at his first summer job.

Unemployed. Being unemployed in days gone by was not a permanent condition. 56,000 manufacturing plants and 12,000,000 jobs have been deliberately shipped overseas. Most college students are women because the jobs in education, nursing and government are designed for them. Robots are being designed to remove manufacturing, driving, warehousing, police and military jobs. After the dollar collapses and foreigners refuse to buy US Treasury bonds, American government workers and pensioners will hit a brick wall at 120 mph. Wages and pensions will be drastically cut if not eliminated. The jobs will not come back until this government goes away.

Resisting Arrest. In 1970 if you were white, resisting arrest, meant when a cop tried to arrest you that you were drunk and took a swing at him. Today if you put up your arms to block blows from an officer’s baton, you are resisting arrest. A Sikh was standing in his yard when a cop pulled up, got out of his car and beat the unresisting man because he thought he was a Muslim. The man did not resist but served 2 years for resisting arrest. That is how the courts interpret the law and your lack of rights.

Homeowner. In 1970 homes were affordable and interest rates were fixed. As a child at the time, I remember the $129 a month home mortgage. At the end of 30 years you owned your home. Not so today. America 2013 is the home of the rocket docket. The banks paid 5 billion dollars in fines and in return received the right to steal your home. There are no clear titles from the county clerk for half of the homes in the US. This enables them to steal trillions of dollars in homes. That term rocket docket refers to a court where the judge and the financial regulators are in the pocket of the banks. In less than 5 minutes a married couple who owna their house outright and never even had a mortgage can lose their home. The bank can submit fraudulent documents and lay claim to your house. The court will give it to the bank despite your objections. You no longer own a home. You can live in the home you bought and paid for until a bank decides to lay claim and defraud you in court. This government wants us all to become landless serfs in an outdoor Debtor’s Prison.

4th Amendment. There used to be something called a 4th Amendment that protected you against illegal searches and seizures. No longer. The NSA can store copies of every email, every web search and every phone call so they can blackmail you or your friends into doing whatever they want. Or find you and your friends in case it all goes to hell and they have to arrest all 8 million people on that Core list of people to be detained. Until then they can take control of the courts, the press, the Congress and of major corporations. And all of this in behalf of unelected and unsavory men who control the trade in illegal drugs and weapons as well as the banks.

Cooperation. In 1970 cooperation meant working together to achieve a common goal. Today Cooperation means that you bow down before illegal mandates and unconstitutional acts designed to train you like a dog to cower in fear of a ruthless master. Cooperating with the TSA or with state troopers is a One Way Street as in you allow them to violate your rights.

Disappear. In 1970 if someone disappeared it meant that in a few weeks you would hear about a divorce or missing money from the business where they worked. Then Disappear came to mean kidnapped, tortured and killed in Third World client states of the US and not just in Vietnam.  American controlled Death Squads spread from Latin America to the Middle East. Of late US Death Squads have been automated with the use drones. And notice that the US Congress gave their approval to 30,000 US drones to keep tabs on Americans. American law under the NDAA allows the government to kidnap you, to disappear you, to torture and to kill you even if you are an American citizen. It must be true because the President said so.

Terrorist. A terrorist in 1970 was someone who set off bombs in Ireland. Later on we found out that most of those IRA bombers were working for MI6 and the British military. The IRA and the Ulster men used to help unload the drugs from MI 6 flights. They worked well together when it came to making money selling narcotics. Today a terrorist is someone who believes in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights and does not want the banks to steal our money by the tens of trillions of dollars. You are the Terrorist. That is why they grope your genitals at airports. Al Qaeda is an ally of the US administration. They killed over 40,000 unarmed black people in Libya. They are killing Christians in Syria for NATO, Israel and the banks. Remember: If you object to Debt Slavery, you are a Terrorist.

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About horse237

I have decided to share two of the visions I had as a child. When I was eight, I had a vision of a future war that killed 99.5% of the world's population. When I was 16 and living in the projects, I had a vision of my future. I was to live in complete obscurity until it came time to stop WW III. When I was about ten, I had read a bio of Nikita Khrushchev which said he survived Stalin by playing the bumbling fool an old Russian peasant trick. I decided to do the same as I had already learned that we did not live in a democracy. The other vision I had when I was in third grade was of the Mind of God and how it interacted in the creation of the world we see. I believe you and I were born at this time precisely so we would have an opportunity to stop this war. As for my personal info, I grew up on military bases and in housing projects. My legs atrophied from starvation as a child. My second step-father died in prison. I used to have to rub my skin to simulate human contact. They did not feed me when I was a child. I do not fight in their wars as an adult.
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14 Responses to Words Don’t Mean What They Meant in 1970

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  2. Jess says:

    US troops and CIA were torturing Vietnamese men, women and children in Vietnam. Pump-and-dump operations were the euphemism for torturing until death. In the 20th century, our country has never been as it was advertised.

    The good old days have not existed since the federal reserve private banks took over our money supply in 1913.

    • horse237 says:

      I am talking about public perceptions and public language. The perception of the public is finally catching up with reality. I think because it is their money that is being stolen and their rights that are being taken away.

      Take a look at some of the articles I have listed in the notes if you think I have a naive sense of modern history.

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