The Far-left’s Mystification of Language

To mystify is to take something real and distort it into something unreal or an ideal. The Far-left mystifies language by distorting ordinary words and ideas and elevating them with a higher, moral meaning for political purposes. In effect, the mystical idea is misrepresented as reality in the following way: 1) Take a word – any word -, 2) Distort its original meaning by mystifying it, 3) Politicizes it. This air-tight formula is another one of the ways that the emotional plague from the Far-left has found to attack life in America.

For example, the concept of diversity, as in “to make diverse”, is used and popularized by academia and the political left so that it can be made to support the democratic idea of equality for all as a social ideal. First used in the “affirmative action,” “equal opportunity” movements, the purpose of this mystical notion was to give minority applicants to higher education a special boost,

However, this kind of diversification in college entrance policies did not work. The idea of diversity of race, ethnicity, etc. had to be given equal value to diversity in the practice of the applicant’s beliefs and feelings in the campus environment. Instead of simply taking part in America’s educational system and becoming familiar with our ways of life, minority students are lauded for the beliefs and feelings that they brought to the school. This kind of praise is not only disorienting but it has the effect of polarizing and dividing all students into opposing politically motivated camps while generating a culture of resentments – the emotional plague – in college classrooms and campuses across the nation. Experiencing the freedom of what it’s like living in America for these foreign visitors – which is unlike living in any other part of the world – is slowly disappearing in these institutions of higher education as the emotional plague from the political Far-left, the Big Lie, claims another victory in its relentless battle to destroy this once great nation.


  1. This is gorgeous. I love the way you write. It is clear and to the point, always. Thank you.

    • You’re welcome.

  2. Dr Konia
    I was glad that you wrote on this subject matter because it is near and dear to my heart. One of the most important and effective tools in the arsenal of promoters of emotional plague activity is the use of “emotional plague” language to confuse and indoctrinate the general public.
    There are so many examples like the one that you used above. A few of the more destructive and “popular” ones include the following:
    gun violence, Islamophobia and white privilege
    One of the ways that these terms gain credence in the social realm occurs when they are used by people with social influence (i.e politicians, educators, the media etc) and are left unchallenged. A few well thought out and timely questions to those who use this terms could easily point out the nonsensical meaning attributed to these misnomers. “Standing up” to these mischievous and destructive terms and preventing them from gaining traction and acceptance would go a long way to impeding the advancement of the emotional plague. Unfortunately one could fill dozens of pages with words and terms that have been adopted over the last 70 years that do harm to the well being of healthy life every time they are used.

    • You are right. The only way to oppose the plague is first to recognize its presence and then to directly oppose it.

  3. Thank you.

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