posted on May, 27 2008 @ 05:23 PM
I just saw a dairy queen commercial that sent chills down my spine. I tried to look the commercial up for an online video but did not find it. So you
may see what I saw. In the commercial there was an african-american family at DQ. A man, a woman, and a toddler to be more exact. The man asks the
toddler if he can say anti-disestablishmentarism. The child said it and gets rewarded with ice-cream. Then the adult asks if he can spell it. That is
when the woman replies to the man, you can't even spell it.
Take a look at what the word means and the action meant. Anti means "opposite of and against something." or "Counteracting; neutralizing" In this
case disestablishmentarism. What does disestablishmentarism mean? To figure this out we must first dissect the word. Dis as a prefix means "free
from", "opposite from", or "remove". Establishmentarism is basically the same thing as "The ideology of big government, corporate run
government, and the New World Order." is from my understanding of this really big word.
To combine the two different prefixes with the big word "Establishmentarism". Basically it comes to mean "To Neutralize the Anti-N.W.O.
Movement!". After the child said the word he got a treat. Symbolizing that supporting the New World Order is a great thing. If you do so, you will be
rewarded for it. If you don't you will be punished. Have any of you seen the commercial I am speaking about yet?