DEFINITIONS - Government
libertarian: one who upholds and lives the principle of individual liberty and responsibility of thought and action
mini-archy: the least possible government necessary to preserve the security of people and property
sheeple: people who are easily herded, sheared, butchered and burned
politician: a shrewd, crafty schemer, often with dishonest practices
Demopublican Republic rat: the U.S. ONE-party system with two similar branches
socialism: government ownership of the means of production; leads to economic stagnation due to a lack of competition, innovation and productivity (examples: postal service, transportation, civil courts, education)
fascism: centralized authority regimenting commerce and people; citizens are allowed to hold a piece of paper (land title, business license, central bank note, birth certificate) fooling them into thinking they have property ownership, then the "owners" are heavily regulated and taxed.
Fascism is also characterized by sovereignty of government elitism, blind obedience to authority, militarism, expanding jails and prisons, a subdued and/or regulated media, government propaganda, suppression of effective criticism, one political party, government indoctrination of children, and privileged groups and classes; this leads to restrictions, alienation and depression for minorities--a genocide physically and/or spiritually.
communism: a totalitarian system preventing amassing of privately owned goods; a goal of "from each according to their ability, to each according to their need"; a major control of the economic, social and cultural life of a society.
tyranny: absolute, oppressive, unjust, despotic, centralized, totalitarian power
anthropomorphism: personification, giving human
characteristics to non-human things;
as in "God the Father."
church: authoritarian theology organization
deist, deism: believes in one spirit but without
doctrine and dogmas.
Many of Americas founders were deists.
freethinker, free sprit: one who develops opinions
independent of authority or tradition,
especially in religious matters.
god, tao: greater than humans, all that is, the great spirit
God: personified religious dogma,
especially in western culture as presented in The Bible
moral: life sustaining
immoral: life suppressing
natural law (morals): a principle based on harmony
with human freedom,
experience and unity ("We hold these truths to be Self-evident")
and supreme over government or religious law
pantheism: the universe as a whole is god; unity,
toleration and reverence for all forms of respect for spirituality
politics: shrewd, crafty schemes,
often with dishonest practices;
factional power seeking
religion: authoritarian divine commands,
especially as found in sacred writings and traditions;
institutionalized expressions of dogmatic doctrines and beliefs;
religions create Gods
theology, theism: the study of a religious system
of thought and dogma;
especially a belief in one, personified God
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