Sarchotic

Posted in Humor on March 3rd, 2015

I do strive to educate the masses in whatever small ways that I can, and I freely admit to a love of language and idiom. Hence, here’s a new and, I believe, quite useful addition to people’s vocabulary.

Sarchotic
Function: adjective
Date: 2012

Definition(s):

  1. Being so sarcastic that people don’t aren’t sure whether you’re joking or just plain crazy

Indeed, given the nature of times, this particular idiom is growing in usefulness at the same pace as digital “communication.”

Oh yeah! Sarchotic is a word i can very much relate to.

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Agitatio Incompositus

Posted in Politics, Religion, Society on February 9th, 2015

Christendom, in this instance exemplified by the Catholic Church but applicable to the whole of the Western World, has or had a phrase, “Tranquillitas Ordinis.” I means “an ordered peace” or “the the peace of all things.” It was coined and defined by St. Augustine, expanded upon by St. Thomas Aquinas, and updated and codified by George Weigel.

Agitatio Incompositus
Agitatio Incompositus

Now, of course, the titular leader of the Free World is Obama and his vision of a dynamic, rightly ordered political community differ greatly from anything we in the West have had to deal with before. His paradigm could better be described as “Agitatio Incompositus,” a disordered disturbance.

While Obama’s doctrine of Agitatio Incompositus is seen in everything the boy does, it’s most glaringly obvious in his handling, if it can be called such, the problem of the Muslims and the various atrocities they bring with them wherever the go.

Then, Obama is no son of- or friend to Christianity or of anything that was build of the stones of that faith. His loyalties seem more rooted in the Islam of his forefathers, though even that loyalty seems to be filter through the lens of Black Liberation Theology and the lens of his own pathological narcissism. Hence, it’s not shocking that the boy strives to undo what was created.

Perhaps we in the Civilized World should not so entirely happy and relieved that the “Medieval Christian threat” is quite so under control.

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Saying And Hearing

Posted in Politics on January 30th, 2015

Non-communication in the gun debate
Saying And Hearing – Not Closely Related

One of the primary reasons I tell people not to bother verbally arguing with the gun-grabbers is that Americans and the Liberals and Progressives can’t truly effectively communicate with each other on this issue. What an American says and means is distorted into something else by the cultural bias of the Liberals and Progressives. What we say is not closely related at all to what they hear.

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