Understanding and Peace is a matter of Integral Language,
Dementia and War is a matter of Policed Brainwashing

Nipawin - Wednesday - July 9, 2003 - by: Mario deSantis


We live in a confused world where brainwashing has become more important than thinking for yourself.


We must re-learn to think for ourselves, against our demented journalists, our demented buznessmen and our demented politicians. This demented mentality can be uncovered by paying attention to the corrupt language we are being brainwashed to use.




In international political science and in the Middle East, for example, there would be only the duality of a future expressed as a conflict of civilization or expressed as the supremacy of the peace of the Free Market.




We understand the level of corruption of the Arab countries allied with the United States and I am thinking now about the political and economic predicament of oil rich emirate Kuwait. This country has some two million people and its democracy is expressed by a supposed elected parliament and a government made up of members of the Al-Sabah family. A few days ago I was reading that many Kuwaitis are public employees and that it is common for them to show up at work just to collect their oily cheques. And you know what the liberal Kuwaiti parliamentarians want? They want the end of corruption via privatization, and this is what the Americans are doing in the Middle East, trying to replace the tyranny of dictatorship with the peace of the Free Market as brought by the Americans in Iraq.




We are beginning to understand that the war in Iraq was sold to the American and British people by the lies of President George Bush and by the lies of Prime Minister Tony Blair. However, many brainwashed people and our conventional brainwashing media negate that Bush and Blair ever lied, but then I challenge our readers by asking them what they can understand by this kind of language as expressed by US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld


"As we know, there are known knowns. There are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns. That is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns, the ones we don't know we don't know."

Mario deSantis


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  deSantis, Mario A Personal Experience: Knowledge Is Not Transferred, It Is Constructed February 2, 1999 Ensign
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  Associated Press Kuwaitis Vote in Parliamentary Elections (PDF) July 5, 2003 ABC News
  Seely, Hart The Poetry of D.H. Rumsfeld April 2, 2003 Slate Magazine, http://slate.msn.com/id/2081042


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