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Orthographic Disinfo by ATS's Three Amigo's !

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posted on Oct, 28 2007 @ 05:33 AM
" The Motto: "Deny Ignorance"
More than a slogan and deeper than a mission statement, our members have embraced the motto of "Deny Ignorance" as our reson detre, demanding everyone who posts to aspire to a higher standard of participation. These simple two words have galvanized a broad membership base that spans the spectrum from highly speculative conspiracy writers to staunch skeptics. The result is a unique collaboration of diverse individuals rallying under this simple statement to learn from each other, discover new truths, and imagine new ideas that expand minds.

This motto has life. It has purpose. It demands ATS members to think.

It is a state of mind.

It is a sense of purpose.

It is a statement against the paradigm.

It is a rage against the mindless status-quo.

The idea of "deny ignorance" isn't a goal that ATS hopes to accomplish. Instead, it's a challenge. A call to all those who come here to aspire to a higher state of awareness through informed discussion and debate.

Deny ignorance is what we do.

It's how we think. It's how we talk. It's how we listen.

Ignorance is the social disease of history that has clouded our minds and dulled our brains. Is the evil that men do, the reason history repeats, and the cause of intolerance.

We deny it. it's not welcome here. Within these boundaries, it has no strength.

Here, ignorance is denied. "


Do not be fooled by ATS' 3 Amigos orthographic disinformation, dudes !

A " reson detre " means nothing ! Only "Raison d'Être" make sense !


Edited speelin in tytle and replaced ALL CAPS to.


[edit on 28/10/07 by masqua]

posted on Oct, 28 2007 @ 06:40 AM
ATS has a Lassy Fair attitude when it comes to lingo. There's folks from all sorts of orthographies coming in here to 'mix 'er up', eh (?), so we cut 'em some slack.

Simon carries an English country gentleman ambiance, while Bill always has the Big Apple obvious in his colloquialisms. Mark, on the other hand, I sense would do great as a general in the army of the 'Risin' South'.

Talk about orthographies...

A mind-boggling mix, but friendly overall.

posted on Oct, 28 2007 @ 06:42 AM
Thanks for providing my increasingly long stays at ATS with a purpose


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