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This SMWObject has status "stable". Wikispooks currently has 2349 pages which use Template:Concept (1031 with a description and 1034 of them Stubs).

This is a catch-all object, to be used on all pages where the other objects don't apply. Extra top level objects will probably be split off from it in due course.

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Concept.png "Overpopulation" 26 October 2022 20:16 (14 K)
Doctors camel.jpg Scientism 26 October 2022 17:39 (4.5 K) Wikipedia-26px.png
They Live - Plandemic.jpg Meme 26 October 2022 17:34 (517 bytes) Wikipedia-26px.png
Plastic words.jpg Plastic word 26 October 2022 17:08 (7.1 K)
Concept.png Agriculturist 26 October 2022 15:06 (88 bytes) Wikipedia-26px.png Stub.png New.png
Concept.png Social change 25 October 2022 19:31 (3.8 K) Wikipedia-26px.png
Concept.png Idea 25 October 2022 19:29 (234 bytes) Wikipedia-26px.png
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Examples

Page nameImageTypeDescription
"9-11/Israel did it"Israeldidit.jpgEvidence for the proposition that the Israeli deep state was involved in the 9-11 event.
"ADHD"ADHD.jpgA controversial, increasingly widely-diagnosed psychological disorder that big pharma seems to be using as a pretext for prescribing otherwise-illegal, highly addictive “performance enhancing” stimulants to improve the academic performance of schoolchildren.
"Advanced persistent threat"A computer attack in which a person or group gains unauthorized access to a computer network and remains undetected for an extended period.
"Alt-right"A modern term used in US and western CCM-media to define conservative-aligned parts of the population that have strayed away from supporting the classic liberal and classic conservatism parties in favour of (sometimes) more reactive, violent or anti-governmental ideas and concepts, in a way similar to the positioning of Antifa in the political spectrum.
"Anti-corruption"Opposition to corruption.
"Anti-vaxxer"Anti-vaxxer.jpgAn important enemy image during COVID to demonize resistance to COVID-19 injections.
"Antisemitism"BW anti-semite.jpgpoliticalAn etymological misnomer with no clear meaning. In current widespread use to demonise people deemed to be threatening to cherished Judaic official narratives and to close down rational debate. A more accurate description of those it is applied to would be "people who Jews don't like"
"Apologist"
"Bad apple"Bad apple.jpgThe phrase "bad apple" is used by corporate media in cases of blatant corruption. This generally avoids enquiry into the systemic causes of corruption.
"Bailout"Bailout.jpgA globally organised shift of money from ordinary taxpayers to the already hyper-rich who control the banking and political systems.
"Biological weapon/Terrorism"
"COVID-19/Vaccine"I would love to die from the AstraZeneca vaccine.jpgThe "vaccine" for COVID 19?
"Climate change"Climate change.jpgthe dogma that rise in CO2 levels correspond to a (as of yet non-significant) rise in temperature and that the world is ahead of an apocalyptic disaster
"Climate change/Flood""Climate change" supposedly increases the risk of floods.
"Climate change/Hurricane""Climate change" supposedly increases the frequency of hurricanes.
"Conservation movement"Muir and Roosevelt 1912.pngMany billionaires are highly passionate about it.
"Conspiracy mindset"Conspiracy mindset.jpgA tool of the deep state to undermine opposition. Anyone who believes in high level corruption (holds "conspiracy beliefs") is assumed to be mentally abnormal and deficient, although the majority of the population do so.
"Conspiracy theorist"Tinfoil Hat Guy.jpgAn enemy image used for ad hominem attacks on people as a way of misdirecting attention away from their arguments
"Conspiracy theory"Always-you-with-that-conspiracy-stuff.jpgAn enemy image used to equate scepticism of government with craziness. It was developed by the CIA to try to contain doubt about the FBI's "Oswald did it, case closed" approach to the JFK assassination. It is now being associated with dangerous and violent insanity, in an effort to promote internet censorship of free speech.
"Conspiracy theory/Academic research"Conspiracy Chart 2021.pngLike "terrorism research", this is long on assumptions and short on empirical investigation (especially of the historical record). It is part of a project to demonize any criticism of official narratives and promote deep state denialism.
"Continuity of Government"COG.pngplanA plan for undermining and infiltrating government, activated by the US Deep state on 9-11
"Counter-extremism"Counter-extremism.jpgLike "counter-terrorism", supposedly a force to counter "extremism". In practice, such efforts deserve closer scrutiny, not least because of the plastic nature of the word "extremism".
"Counter-terrorism"Counter-terrorism.jpgA component of the military-industrial-terrorism-congressional complex which has seen a dramatic growth since 9-11. Originally referred to special forces trained in terrorist warfare, it became a broader meaning for loss of civil liberties and a culture of fear and mistrust.
"Countering disinformation"When used by the Integrity Initiative, this appears to be a code for "promoting our narrative".
Cyber attackCyberattacks are a new form of large scale security holes, which suspiciously emerge from an (unknown) central point in government software all over the world
"Cyberdefence"
"Cyberterrorism"Cyberterrorism.jpgThe use of computers by "terrorists" to cause disruption. This is an arena in which the determination of responsibility is particularly difficult, and therefore false flag attacks are that much more easy.
"Cyberwarfare"Cyberwarfare.jpg
"Dancing Nurses"Dancing Nurses.pngA meme during COVID-19.
"Democracy"Democracy.pngpoliticalA form of government involving events called "elections", in which citizens often choose from a short list of deep state backed puppets
"Development"
"Digital identity"CBC Vaccine Passports.pnginformation used by computer systems to represent a person or group.
"Disaster""Disasters" - real or imagined - have been abused as manipulation and scare tactic. Or, for outright racketeering
"Discredited and disproven"Facebook-factchecks-offg-again.jpgON affirming phrase.
"Disinformation"
"Domestic extremism"An enemy image used to try to justify repression of alternative ideas
"Enemy combatant"A legal euphemism to create a category of persons who do not qualify for prisoner-of-war status under the Geneva Conventions.
"Ethical trolling"The concept was first promoted by the Youth International Movement ("Yippies") in the 1960s.
"Extraordinary rendition"Extraordinary rendition lego.jpgKidnapping and forced transfer of individuals by intelligence agencies from one legal jurisdiction to another without recourse to legal proceedings.
"Extreme left"One pole of the highly suspect "political spectrum". A tool in the divide and conquer strategy of party politics.
"Extreme right"One pole of the highly suspect "political spectrum". A tool in the divide and conquer strategy of party politics.
"Extremism"Extremism.jpg"Extremism" is used as a more modern replacement for "terrorism", one that is used to facilitate the criminalisation of ideas as well as just actions. It polarises the world into the normal ("mainstream") and the abnormal, unhealthy ("extreme").
"Fact checker"Fact checker.pngAn individual or group trusted to investigate the truth of news. In practice, professional fact checkers test whether news conforms to their employers' opinions.
"Fact checking"Facebook-factchecks-offg-again.jpgA thinly veiled effort to counter suspicion in official narratives as promoted by the commercially-controlled media. i.e. "Trust us, we've fact checked this article".
"Failed state"A pejorative label used to describe enemies and minimise opposition to their invasion.
"Fake News"Fake News.jpg"Fake news website" is a meme started after the 2016 US election, to disparage websites that dissent from the opinions expressed by commercially-controlled media.
"Fake news website""Fake news website" is a meme started after the 2016 US election, to disparage websites that dissent from the opinions expressed by commercially-controlled media. It backfired and lead to the phrase "fake news", which promoted scepticism about corporate media and discouraged uncritical belief in their output.
"Far right"An all-encompassing CCM buzzword.
"Financial services"
"Fly the plane"To "Fly the plane" is, knowingly or unknowingly, to open oneself to blackmail by a deep state group. Derinved from the Lolita Express, it applies much more widely as a metaphor.
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