AGENDA (A-'jen-da) noun
:a list of things to be done: PROGRAM
AGENT ('A-jent) noun
1: one that acts 2: MEANS, INSTRUMENT 3: a person acting or doing business for another
AGITATOR ('aj-e-ta-tor) noun
1: one who attempts to arouse public feeling, to stir up and excite 2: to discuss issues earnestly
AGNOSTIC (ag-'nos-tik) adj [Greek]-agnostos-unknown
:of or relating to the belief that the existence of any ultimate reality (as God) is unknown and probably unknowable
AMERICAN (A-'mer-e-cun) noun
1: a native or inhabitant of North or South America 2: a citizen of the U.S.-American adj
AMERICIUM (am-e-'ris(h)-e-um) noun
:a radioactive metallic chemical element artificially produced from uranium
ANGEL ('ain-jel) noun [Latin] angelus ~ [Greek] angelos, lit., messenger
1: a spiritual being superior to man 2: a winged figure of human form in art
ATHEIST ('A-the-ist) noun
: one who denies the existence of God
ATHEISM ('A-the-iz-m) noun
: the belief system of an atheist
Thousands of people have witnessed & photographed Black Helicopters flying alone, in groups, or in formations. Officially, the U.S. Govt. and military deny their existence. Many people believe they are linked to the CIA or some other clandestine top secret group. The Black Helicopters most often seen are reported to be of military type such as: Hueys, Cobras or Apache gunships usually armed with guns and or rockets. These helicopters are painted 'jet black', have no markings, and often fly with no lights on and their exhaust sounds muffled. Black Helicopters are often seen with UFO's. Many reports of attacks on civilians and property have been documented. Black Helicopters were seen and videotaped flying over WACO, Texas as the compound burned.
CABAL (ka-'ball) noun
1: a secret group of plotters or political conspirators 2: verb, : to unite in or form a cabal
CAPITALISM ('kap-et-l-iz-um) noun
: an economic system characterized by private or corporation ownership of capital goods and by prices, production, and distribution of goods that are determined mainly in a free market.
CAPITALIST ('kap-eh-ta-list) noun
1: a person who has capital esp. invested in business 2: a person of great wealth: PLUTOCRAT 3: a believer in capitalism
CITIZEN ('sit-e-zen) noun
1: an inhabitant of a city or town 2: a person who owes allegiance to a government and is entitled to protection from it.
CITIZENRY ('sit-e-zen-ri) noun
COMMUNISM ('kom-u-niz-um) noun
1: social organization in which goods are held in common 2: a theory of social organization advocating common ownership of means of production and an equal distribution of products of industry 3 cap: a political doctrine based upon revolutionary Marxian socialism that was the official ideology of the USSR and some other countries.
CONSERVATISM (kon-'sir-va-tizum) noun
1: disposition to keep to established ways 2: opposition to change.
CONSERVATIVE (kon-'sir-va-tiv) adjective
1: PRESERVATIVE 2: disposed to maintain existing views, conditions or institutions 3: MODERATE, CAUTIOUS noun: one who adheres to traditional methods or views.
CONSPIRACY (kon-'spir-a-see) noun
: an agreement among conspirators: PLOT
CONSPIRE (kon-'spy-r) verb
: to plan secretly an unlawful act : PLOT
CONSPIRATOR (kon-'spir-a-tor) noun
: one who conspires to plan or partake in unlawful acts, alone or with others.
DEMOCRACY (di-'mock-ra-see) noun
1: government by the people; ESP: rule of majority 2: a government in which the supreme power is held by the people 3: a political unit that has a democratic government 4: cap: the principles and policies of the Democratic party in the U.S. 5: the common people, esp: when constituting the source of political authority 6: the absence of hereditary or arbitrary class distinctions or privileges.
DEMOCRAT (dem-o-'crat) noun
1: an adherent of democracy 2: one who practices social equality 3: cap: a member of the Democratic party of the U.S.
DEMOCRATIC (dem-o-'kra-tik) adjective
1: of, relating to, or favoring democracy 2: often cap: of relating to one of the two major political parties in the U.S. associated in modern times with policies of broad social reform and internationalism 3: of relating to, or appealing to the common people 4: not snobbish.
DEMOCRATIZE (di-'mock-ra-tize) verb
: to make democratic.