Pro-Liberty PsyOps/Introduction To Semiotics

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The latest from Stop Shouting.

Related.

Money quote:

“I bring this up today to emphasize that the mental phase of combat is well upon us all, and it would be foolish to ignore the opportunity it presents to use tools, images and our intellectual gifts to shortcut our route back to freedom.”

Eight.

Months.

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8 responses to “Pro-Liberty PsyOps/Introduction To Semiotics

  1. Centurion_Cornelius

    Local, local, local.

    Mark your Turf–or the “Visiting Team” will do it for you:

    be like Popcorn Sutton who “marked” his turf. VERY visual:

  2. 1st link did not work for me. As to the rest, it’s long been obvious that the collectivists – given their destructive values and lack of fact – rely almost entirely on euphemisms, memes, and slogans: “gay rights”; “climate change”; ‘black lives matter”, etc., etc. The collectivists/SJW’s are impervious to civilizational values, logic, and fact. That is why we are going to have to exterminate them. Along with their now outed neo-con/cuck allies

  3. Ya……… sure I’ll mark my territory……….By PISSING on their dead bodys……….leave a symbol to slowly seep into the thought process…….how about a wasp waist Gerber for instance………………….?

    “FUCK THE SYSTEM’

    ……………………………thank you for the soap box………………………………………..

  4. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..

  5. Signalling, associating, joining, adopting.
    Symbols can both conceal or reveal. And it is done on a level typically unrecognized by those most affected, a foundational level otherwise accessible by jingo, chant and slogan.
    Beliefs which are not derived through rational thought processes are unlikely to be challenged (or changed) by rational argument.

    How to debate a symbol, or that which it represents? And, if not win converts, at least introduce recognition, fear/uncertainty/doubt?

  6. I was just thinking, that the Spanish Civil War was touched off by a contested, and convoluted election. There had been a liberal govt., then, an extremely conservative right wing govt. , then the liberals won the next one, with the right disbelieving the results, and recalling Franco to the mainland. Once Franco moved to seize power, the left finally armed themselves, but were disorganized and scattered. I was thinking a very contested election here, with the belief by either side that the election was either very wrongly done, or stolen, could be the spark.

  7. robroysimmons

    He has a very well written review of Thomas Chittum’s ” Civil War II” on the sidebar, well worth reading