From: Amanda Sattler
I have never been the type to bite my tongue. The adjective fissilingual, meaning ‘fork-tongued,” reveals exciting opportunities should you enjoy the word play. I might say, “fissilingually speaking, I enjoyed our “date” or “I find all that you say positively fissilingual.” I am not often so candid, but the thought makes me smile.
I have a fear of snakes. However, in mythology, fairy-tale imagery, and even recent flicks, the serpent is villainous. Representing ill-fated counsel, they are venomous, with hypnotic, unblinking eyes, as well as supernatural movements. Even Indiana Jones fears the snake.
I’m rattled by the lies that plaster the media. I chose serpent imagery because I view these major media sources as fissilingual talking heads with dark intentions.
I value the freedom of inquiry. While attempting to sort fact from fiction, especially when an enormous movement attempts to disarm the nation, one must arm themselves with facts instead.
Research the reporting of the heart-wrenching Sandy Hook narrative. The three-minute-massacre ended with the “lone-nut” gunman taking his own life. However, the weapon used in the massacre (an AR-15) which claimed the life of the victims and left behind empty .223 cartridges in the classrooms, could not be located. The true murderer(s) escaped with the murder weapon and the magazines.
Explore the anomalies of the Aurora, Colorado massacre. James Holmes survived his ‘suicide’ when the AR-15 jammed, and he was taken into custody, drugged out and incompetent to the charges against him. It seems, conveniently, had the Obama Administration’s “Changes to the Constitution” taken place in July of 2012, that these rampages could have been prevented. Homeland security’s hoarding of ammunition, and Obama’s drone strike campaign are eerily silenced in the background. Americans are the domestic victims of a new terror campaign. Do you believe it?
December 11, 2011, an Indian snake charmer identified as Hakkul, unleashed forty snakes within a corrupt government office in eastern Pradesh. Though bold, it is time to end fighting corruption with violence. Gripped by terror already, I aim to recoil your thoughts against attacks on our suffocating liberties.