We Need A New Lineup
Because Overconfidence Is Killing Our Self-Confidence–August 13, 2023
Not On Your Game, Not In The Fight
Dismantling The Globalist Dictatorship, One Keyword At A Time
That’s how we’ve defined our mission here at Malwords Weekly for the last three and a half years.
But what got you here will not get you where you’re going
And like a certain US team whose dynasty just got dismantled, sometimes you need to rethink what you’re doing. Or you become irrelevant.
As we saw last week.
Overconfidence by a group of individuals in their own abilities led to a loss of self-confidence as a team. Their opponents saw weakness, and closed in for the kill.
But this is not to say that our COVID Global Malwords Index was anything less than a revelation. Heck, that keyword lineup was a murderer’s row of perfect Malwords Curves, connecting Pandemic and sweep-it-under the rug aftermath to two other American atrocities that have been all but ServPro’d from history— like they never even happened.
But as we saw in our analysis last week, Coronavirus has come and gone. Sure, a few die-hards hold out in the hinter-agencies— like jungle fighters last to learn that the war is over— but the world has moved on.
Thanks to the LOCKDOWNS and MANDATES, the dictatorship is firmly in place, securely litigated and financed on a foundation long and lasting, course firmly set for the next atrocity.
And our job here at Malwords is not just to anticipate the next atrocity through predictive linguistics, but to prepare a people confident to peacefully defy atrocity, until the regime is left with no choice but to capitulate, and ultimately disintegrate.
The Reveal: The 2H 2023 Global Malwords Index
To that first end, we are thrilled to announce our new Global Malwords Index. Thanks to our readers’ contributions, we have assembled a robust and expanded slate of forty keywords for tracking the second half of 2023 with a macro-to-micro perspective on what we are tentatively calling the Trans Era.
We’ve divided the field into Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary terms, which we have tried to keep as balanced as possible. Past GMI’s were underweight in the Secondary, which we’ve tried to compensate for with this slate.
We have also simplified the criteria. Primary Malwords are terms with an average WPM over 50 WPM for the last 180 days. Primaries are table-setting, above-dispute terms that define the battlefield.
The new battlefield presents as a CORRUPT regime beholden to CHINA and UKRAINE for legitimacy, dependent upon DEBT and INFLATION for survival, for which it leverages AI-driven efficiency, entertainment and enforcement to keep subjects in check under CLIMATE CHANGE dictats, a population under control through child sacrifice (ABORTION), and opponents in prison through lawfare (INDICT/MENT).
If Primaries set the battlefield, Secondaries (<50WPM) identify battles within theater— First Family corruption (HUNTER, BRIBE), open borders (TRAFFICKING, MIGRANT), China (TAIWAN), family unit destruction (TRANS), commoditization of thought (CHATGPT, GENERATIVE), and narrative control (BANNED, CENSOR, D/MISINFORMATION, EXTREMIST, UNDERMINE).
Finally Tertiary terms (<10 WPM) track weapons deployed in the struggle between the Regime and the people: Anti-Woke BOYCOTTs, CARTEL-driven slave trade, Big Health-driven GENDER-AFFIRMING care for DEPOPULATION goals, WEAPONIZ-ation of agencies such as DOJ to defend OUR DEMOCRACY and protect the BIDEN FAMILY from IMPEACH/MENT.
Not perfect in every way, and we will always be looking for new terms to improve the roster. But we like the interlock of this GMI, which would not have been possible without you our readers.
Thank you for your support!
Checking Out The New Charts
A quick look at our new GMI shows an increase over the past thirty days, driven in the Primaries (+ 4% MTD) on INDICT/MENTs concerning alleged efforts on JAN 6 by MAGA standard bearer Donald Trump to UNDERMINE OUR DEMOCRACY.
Simultaneously, a 27% increase in secondaries and tertiaries as the BIDEN FAMILY comes under increasing scrutiny over first son HUNTER’s alleged CORRUPTION, driving potential charges of IMPEACH/MENT
Sure, nothing we didn’t already know.
But how does the regime see itself in the face of these threats?
In charge? Backed into a corner?
Continued decline in UKRAINE, and CHINA in a trading range despite its destroyers frolicking off Alaska suggest the former, which was underscored by a pre-dawn FBI raid on Wednesday.
BREAKING: FBI Takes Out 75 Year-Old, 300-lb Threat To Democracy
Craig Robertson was a barely-mobile, retired Air Force veteran who ran a small carpentry business in Provo, Utah, where he cared for his blind adult son. Aside from one disorderly conduct charge, he had no criminal record.
But the government wants us to believe that this guy was a domestic terrorist, as he started leaving Death to Joe Biden threats on Facebook, along with pictures on himself in sniper camouflage.
The FBI decided the time was right ahead of a Biden visit to Salt Lake City, and sent a SWAT team to break into Robertson’s house at 6:15 AM and shoot him multiple times, after agents claim he pointed a gun and resisted arrest.
Likely Robertson responded as he had when local police visited his home earlier in the week— demanding to see a warrant. This left the FBI no choice but to respond with deadly force. Which the agency says is unfortunate but cannot comment further due to an ongoing investigation.
Robertson was dragged out of his house and laid on the sidewalk where he expired beneath a blood-soaked sheet as his killers spent the next two hours ransacking his house.
Robertson’s relatives have since released a statement in defense of a veteran voicing his frustration at a regime deliberately destroying the country he pledged to defend:
As an elderly — and largely homebound — man, there was very little he could do but exercise his First Amendment right to free speech and voice his protest in what has become the public square of our age — the internet and social media.
The government-sanctioned atrocity (i.e. murder) upon Craig Robertson is senseless in every way as the death of another man in law enforcement hands just over three years ago— George Floyd.
But Floyd’s murder— as it is now termed in state-run media— had a very different outcome.
The difference was self-confidence. Both Floyd and Robertson were both men whose backgrounds and circumstances lent little grounds for overconfidence. But in Floyd’s case, the Minneapolis Police Department— and police departments nationwide— found themselves confronted with a people self-confident in their ability to stand up to deadly and arbitrary force.
That is a learned behavior.
Put aside—for just a minute— the violence and senseless destruction seen with some but not all of the George Floyd protests.
Peaceful or mostly peaceful, we can agree that the repressive forces of government were put on unmistakable notice that they had crossed a line, and that unless they stepped back from that line they faced overwhelming loss of authority, respect of the communities they were tasked to protect— and ultimately their own disintegration.
That reflex is the legacy of the American civil rights movement. A reflex learned when black Americans faced the repressive apparatus of the state with near-zero resources of their own for gaining equal access to the American Dream.
And that reflex is what the majority of Americans now lack in the face of a Uniparty technocrat dictatorship. White conservatives, libertarians and populists have no civil rights movement or protest-culture muscle memory to call upon.
And they are paying for it dearly—in losses of liberty, autonomy, livelihoods, lives, and civil rights.
Why? Overconfidence in one’s own abilities and skills leads to an atomized population—turned into a mass of isolated individuals— unable to work together to achieve freedom, to confide in each other, or do much of anything on their own initiative.
Full of confidence as individuals in their own personal integrity, intelligence, self defense and survival skills they lack self-confidence as a people, which leads to an unquestioning obedience to “rule of law,” which for dictators is just an operating fiction that you make up as you go. And turns these rugged individualists into suckers at best, scared and obedient rabbits at worst.
As renowned scholar of non-violent revolution Gene Sharp put it:
“The result is predictable: the population becomes weak, lacks self-confidence, and is incapable of resistance. People are often too frightened to share their hatred of the dictatorship and their hunger for freedom, even with family and friends. People are often too terrified to think seriously of public resistance. In any case, what would be the use? Instead they face suffering without purpose and a future without hope.”
—From Dictatorship to Democracy: Facing Dictatorships Realistically
Why Aren’t The People Up in Arms?
Where are the protests, the vigils, the marches, the die-ins, the traffic stoppages?
Where are the governors and mayors closing FBI offices, impounding their vehicles, sending them back to DC?
Where are outraged Republican legislators clawing back every penny of funding until complete accounting is given, with agents and supervisors punished for the gangland-style execution of a harmless senior citizen who had the temerity to voice what millions—whether the Regime likes it or not— are thinking as they watch the deliberate demolition of their once-great country at the hands of those who hate it?
Did Robertson’s social media postings merit immediate death penalty without due process? Were no other alternatives available to those agents for achieving a peaceful resolution with some dignity for the suspect? What happened to the FBI’s legendary negotiation tactics for defusing volatile standoffs with terrorists and bank robbers? Who told them to throw away the playbook and escalate?
Or was DOJ afraid that a trial would result in Robertson singing a Rich Men North of Richmond defense to a sympathetic jury of his peers?
A Great Cloud Of Witnesses
Why aren’t people up in arms?—You hear the exasperation in the voices of the MAGA Megaphone Class.
The answer is pretty simple. Because Americans who tend to be overconfident as individuals, lack self-confidence as a people.
As we saw last week in the Parable Of The Women’s Soccer Team.
And when government sees weakness, they close in for the kill, until their prostrate subjects finally have their own George Floyd Moment.
Go to the Black community and learn, ye People of Conscience. They will teach you how to achieve self-confidence as a people. How to take back a country that is taking everything from you.
It was for such a time as this that we have not just Martin Luther King Jr, but a rich tradition— abolitionist, women’s rights, gay rights and independence movements— to look back upon. And to lovingly assure us we are not alone, not atomized, not cut off, but instead surrounded by a great cloud of witnesses who will speak to us if we will but bend ear in this hour of lateness.
Because we desperately need a new lineup, and a strategy not just to be different under this dictatorship, but to start getting different results.
Malwords are keywords weaponized for information warfare. They function within public discourse as intellectual malware, verbal viruses designed to spread quickly for the purposes of a) silencing dissent through control of language, narrative, and speech, b) increasing public tolerance for government-sanctioned atrocity and c) emboldening officials to commit acts of atrocity.
Malword strength is measured by their frequency of appearance in the published body of language (corpus), and expressed in words per million (WPM) linguistic units (words, numbers, symbols, acronyms, etc).
Malword WPM’s typically follow a three-phase lifecycle: Pre-Curve test-markets the new term and puts up the store front; Curve, is launch phase, characterized by a rapid, exponential liftoff and sudden plunge; Post-Curve is a long, asymptotic tail and is the period in which primary-objective atrocities are implemented.
Originally published on the author’s Substack
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