Time Cube Redux: Space Moors, Freemasons, black means white, there was no slavery

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Words are concrete so we can communicate. If I say dog means dog, how is that subjective?
Words are one of the least concrete things in existence, if I say dog means cat, and an entire group of people are taught the language this way, then to them dog means cat, in their language, which would e an offshoot of English where the meaning of the word "dog" changed, also there are no original meanings of words, if all words kept their original meaning, then we could all speak linear A or some other Neolithic Shit.
 
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OP's posts read like some Freemen on the Land or Sovereign Citizen junk, mostly because of the raging fetish for incredibly strict and legalistic definitions for absolutely everything.
 
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It's like the OP has some sort of weird mental disorder.

Some form of Words with Aspergers?

Or maybe he just fails to grasp that words have multiple meanings, and that some meanings grow stronger or weaker over time depending on their frequency of usage in context across population.
 

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OP's posts read like some Freemen on the Land or Sovereign Citizen junk, mostly because of the raging fetish for incredibly strict and legalistic definitions for absolutely everything.
Honestly, no sarcasm- I'm totally fascinated. Could read pages of his thoughts on life and the universe. And america.
 
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Some questions OP: if words are so concrete and permanent, then why is there more than one dictionary out there? Which one do we believe? And why do these dictionaries keep releasing updated versions?
 
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OP I'm going to give you a slightly serious reply since you're obviously into "learning" things, despite maybe not knowing how to apply what you've learned in a way that isn't completely pedantic:

I'd really advise that you look up semiotics, especially where it pertains to language and how cultures assign meanings based on context
 
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Seems OP is actually African American himself.

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I'm going to have to call bullshit on us being made more athletic through breeding, makes no sense really. We as Moors or Africans are athletic simply by nature.
Yo Robert, so called blacks are the Native Americans. Look up 1823 Webster's definition of American. We weren't brought here on fucking ships, it would be impossible.
I'm offended you call the education here in this country European Education when your ancestors the Moors taught the Europeans every study they have. It's not their education, it's your'
Tommy you need to research the entomology of the word black. Black actually means pale or bleached. You are not pale or bleached so how can you truly be black?
Keep calling yourself black or African American and you'll continue to fail. You are not black, black is an adjective, not an noun which is a person, place, thing or name. You want the respect if Europeans, then acquired your true nationality. Black and white are tiers of legal status. Europeans are actually black, not white in America seeing as they aren't indigenous to America but as a Moor you are indigenous. Malcolm X had figured out we were Moors and he was killed
And one last thing, research the origin of n****r and why Europeans started using it. "Negus" denotes a king. Naga, which nigger comes from, means snake. In the ancient world the snake was seen as a wise symbol, it was a symbol of knowledge and life so when you say n**a, actually naga you're empowering yourself so who the fuck cares if Europeans say n***a or n****r? Do the fucking research and fucking learn something.
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Some questions OP: if words are so concrete and permanent, then why is there more than one dictionary out there? Which one do we believe? And why do these dictionaries keep releasing updated versions?
Obviously they're all corruptions of the ur-dictionary, passed down to white Aryan Moses by Almighty Jehovah-God. This is kindergarten level stuff, man.
 

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True but the origin of the word still remains regardless of how many people use it incorrectly. That's why etymology is such a good study.
2 things.

A- who determines the original meaning? why does the original meaning matter anymore?

B- Can I get at least one paragraph summarizing your views on... well, whatever we're discussing?

Thanks dog
 
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Seems OP is actually African American himself.

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Oh wow.

When I wake up tomorrow morning I hope there's a Lionel Mandrake summary.

We are Moors and we were never brought to this country. America is our land. If we were brought here in ships then where the fuck are the ships at? Where can I see a physical slave ship?
Wood... rots.
I see, I see ... that explains it ... >_>
 
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Seems OP is actually African American himself.

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these quotes are more pertinent

goddamn no comic or cartoon has ever gave me goosebumps like dbz
goddamn, right when gohan yells and releases all his power, how his eyes look really show the rage and determination he has, man dbz is the all time best.
 
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True but the origin of the word still remains regardless of how many people use it incorrectly. That's why etymology is such a good study.
If the majority of people agree on the meaning of a word, then it isn't incorrect. Language is about communicating meaning. If I understand what you're saying, what does it matter if people a few hundred years ago thought the same sounds meant something different?
 
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If the majority of people agree on the meaning of a word, then it isn't incorrect. Language is about communicating meaning. If I understand what you're saying, what does it matter if people a few hundred years ago thought the same sounds meant something different?
Seriously. And English didn't arrive from the gods. It itself is derived from an older language which is derived from an even older language and so on until the first language(s). If he really wants to take his dumbass argument to its logical conclusion, every language except the very first language is wrong.

It seems that way, didn't know those existed until today.
Yep. I learned something new.
 
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