Socialist to English Dictionary

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Socialist to English Dictionary

by Mark Gilmore

As it is critical to know our enemies, Real Americans must familiarize themselves with the language of the socialists among us, most of whom call themselves “liberals.”

Hence, I offer these entries from the “Socialist –>English” dictionary:

Loophole:
A remaining freedom yet to be eliminated
Objective:
A socialistic perspective
Bipartisan:
Multi-party support for a socialistic cause
Truth:
Any belief with furthers the cause of socialism
Fact:
Any belief commonly held by socialists
Idealogue:
Someone who believes in something
Narrow-minded:
Basing one’s opinions exclusively on facts and reason,
without regard to “feelings” or consensus
Extremist:
One who will not compromise on everything
Fiasco:
Any murderous act committed by a govt agency
(e.g. “Waco and Ruby Ridge were ‘fiascos’.”)
Terrorist:
One who will shoot back during a “fiasco”
Assault weapon:
Any weapon which might be effective in defending
oneself against a “fiasco”
Hate:
The conveyance of “inconvenient” facts which could
impede the progress of socialism
Peace:
The absence of resistance to socialism
Freedom:
The ability to live in any manner approved by those in
power
Slavery:
The INability to live off the labor of others
Sensible:
Socialist
Reasonable:
Socialist
Liberal:
Socialist
Progressive:
Socialist
Moderate:
Tentative socialist
Democracy:
Socialism via majority (mob) rule
Crime:
A violation of law committed by a patriot
Mistake:
A violation of law committed by a socialist
Murderer:
A private citizen who takes the life of an innocent(s)
Hostage Rescuer:
A federal agent who takes the life of an innocent(s)
Fishing Expedition:
A criminal investigation of a socialist
Liberal Intellectual:
Mythical figure (akin to “intelligent chicken”)
Moving forward:
Proceding towards socialism 

This originally appeared in the
March 23, 2000 issue of the Sierra Times
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