Democratic as Adjective

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News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee:

 

ARLINGTON, VA—At a press conference on Thursday, American Nazi Party leader Emmett Scoggins told reporters that his group is not trying to instate full-on Nazism, but a much better system called “democratic Nazism.”

“People have us all wrong,” Scoggins explained. “We love democracy. We want people to be able to freely vote and have a voice at the ballot box.” 

Reporters asked Scoggins if, under democratic Nazism, people could just use their democratic voting rights to vote against Nazism. He replied, “No, they could not. That wouldn’t be one of the things you could vote for.” He then clarified, “The things you could vote for would be stuff like how Nazi should we go? Double-Nazi? Triple-Nazi? Nazi-nine-thousand? The choices would be endless, but of course all Nazi choices.”

Go here to read the rest.  Adjectives, the indispensable element in the politician’s mendacious arsenal.

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7 Comments

  1. “Democratic” seems to be used these days the way “holy” was used in the not-so-distant past.

    By the way, pay attention to whether those same news outlets that so rarely say “Ramadan” but instead say “the Holy Month of Ramadan” say, for example, “the Holy Month of Advent” or “the Holy Season of Lent”.

  2. Ronald Reagan — ‘Socialism only works in two places: Heaven where they don’t need it and hell where they already have it.’

    Howard, That is because they are afraid of Muslims. Of course, Christians get no respect. They don’t kill people for disrespecting their religion. Is there a lesson here? Asking for a friend.

  3. “The only form of socialism I ever heard of that worked was typified by the monastery at Cluny and even it had a finite lifespan.”
    The difference between the socialism at the monastery at Cluny and socialism imposed by government is informed consent.
    Our teaching sisters of St. Felix used to say: “We are the biggest communists around” So, even government imposed communism is a lie.
    As universities indoctrinate socialism, it needs to be with informed consent with the emphasis in “informed”.
    Every form of community is a form of socialism.
    “—That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.” Gulags are not government.
    Our universities may qualify as a gulag a series of indoctrination camps from which one may not escape with ones Faith in God , nor, even in “Men”

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