Love and Hate: Two of the Most Abused Words in the English Language

Anyone who has lived for four or more decades has undoubtedly noticed that the definitions of a number of words have been radically altered during their lifetimes. This is not the least bit accidental. It is quite deliberate by the intentional design of the demonic global elite cabal, whose plan for over a century has included reducing the number of English words in common use to around 850 words of “Basic English,” a future world language, which has a vocabulary of 850 words.[1] The idea is to dumb down the masses, in part by reducing their vocabulary to such a level that their ability to communicate complex thoughts would be severely impaired. Part of this dumbing down process has entailed hijacking certain English words and significantly altering and distorting their meaning such that today, they often mean nearly the precise opposite of what they once meant as little as 50 years ago, thereby impeding the ability of one generation to impart its wisdom, knowledge and understanding of the truth to the next generation. If the elite cabal is able to block the transference of the wisdom of the ages between generations, the elite are then able to insert themselves as the ultimate arbiters of truth and that which passes for wisdom between one generation and the next. Two English words that have been the most hideously distorted are the words, “love” and “hate,” resulting in endless confusion when trying to communicate with others. The purpose of this article is to examine and expose just how significantly the definitions of these two very important words have been deliberately altered and distorted by agents of the devil in recent decades.

Knowing that words have been subject to this hijacking and distortion process I just described, I am very conscious of the subtle distortions which have crept into the English language. Consequently, I do not rely on modern day dictionaries to guide me on the proper definitions of words. Instead, I rely on Noah Webster’s 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language to provide me with the proper definition of words going back to 1828. I use the 1611 KJV of the Bible as my daily guide for wise living, and so if I am seeking to understand the intent of the divine author of the Bible I need to be using a dictionary that captures the original definitions of English words before the thought police of mind control programing and dumbing down of the population began their nefarious work to hijack and distort the definitions of English words which began some 70 to 100 years ago.

Let’s examine together the use of the words “love” and “hate” in the KJV Bible and then attempt to make sense out of their definitions from Noah Webster’s 1828 dictionary. The word love appears 302 times in the Bible; 130 times in the Old Testament, originally inspired by God in Hebrew, and 172 times in the New Testament, inspired in Greek. The Greek language has three separate words, all of which are translated into the word “love” in English: agape, fileo and eros, meaning benevolent love or charity, brotherly love, as in friendship and erotic or sexual love, respectively. In the New Testament, agape appears 152 times, fileo appears 20 times and eros does not appear at all.

Noah Webster’s 1828 dictionary defines “love” in the context of Biblical agape love as benevolence or goodwill for someone. Charity is also a translation for agape, which Noah Webster’s 1828 dictionary defines as “1. In a general sense, love benevolence, good will; that disposition of heart which inclines men to think favorably of their fellow man, and to do them good. In a theological sense, it includes supreme love to God, and universal good will to men.”

And yet, how is the word “love” usually employed today? Usually it implies some warm fuzzy feelings of affection, without any real commitment to one another. Frequently, it is used as a con to try to get another person to lower their guard with the person using it, as in “I love you.” Really? And what sacrifices would most people employing the word “love” today be prepared to make to the other? Often, the term has no real meaning. And yet the Bible is crystal clear that when it is employing the word “love” in an agape sense, it is connected with a spirit of goodwill, benevolence and sacrifice whose ultimate manifestation was demonstrated for us, the elect, by Yahushua’s death on the cross in humiliation and pain so that we might be spared such condemnation and punishment.

“This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you. Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. Ye are my friends, if ye do whatsoever I command you.” John 15:12-14

So to love our fellow man requires that we be prepared to sacrifice for him: to put his long-term best interests ahead of our own wants and comforts and to act on that benevolent feeling for the other’s benefit. To love both Christ and God is to keep Their commandments, out of fear for God’s almighty power, and also out of profound gratitude for what He and Christ have done for us, through no merit of our own. Seldom, in any form of false religion that plays church today, do you see “love” for God equated with surrender, submission and obedience to His every commandment. But that’s precisely what the KJV Bible both says and means. So most professions of love for God and love for others are frauds. The word effectively means nothing to most people, to those who are of the lie and of the non-elect.

Finally, many self-professing Christians today are way too loose and free with the expression, “I love you,” with those to whom they hold no real attachment or emotional commitment. Furthermore, what does it mean for us to love our fellow man, when most people are wicked, treacherous liars, and we know it?!? It means nothing. Using the expression, “I love you,” is merely a means of conning others so that they lower their guards around you so that they are easier to manipulate and control. For this reason, I am very judicious with how and when I tell anyone that I love them in my own conversations. Frankly, I reserve the words “I love you,” for my wife Marsha and our dog only. For me, the notion of love conveys a profound and meaningful commitment to another that borders on the holy and sacred and should only be employed in rare circumstances in order not to diminish its profound meaning and commitment in any way.

In the case of the word “hate,” it appears 86 times in the Bible: 70 times in the Old Testament in Hebrew and 16 times in the New Testament in Greek. In both instances, it has the connotation of an enemy who is persecuting someone else. Noah Webster’s 1828 dictionary defines hate as “1. To dislike greatly; to have a great aversion to. It expresses less than abhor, detest, and abominate, unless pronounced with a peculiar emphasis. 2. In Scripture, it signifies to love less.”

In today’s usage of the word, “hate,” it carries the connotation of a sin or a crime. Today’s thought police have created a whole new category of “hate crimes,” which amount to any form of behavior that exposes, condemns or assaults protected classes of people such as Jews, blacks, homosexuals, transgenders and other groups of people pursuing deviant behaviors which the global elite thought police choose to grant unequal treatment to, usually at the expense of white, Christian men and American patriots who are being intentionally persecuted and subjected to reverse discrimination by the Jewish cabal that rules our world today.

The simple truth is that God hates sinful behavior and those practicing it. So by implication, the devil’s own are accusing God and His followers of sinning every time they expose and oppose the sinful behaviors and conduct of the deviant, the depraved and the wicked. Nothing could be more ludicrous or backwards! Here are a few poignant examples which reveal God’s hatred and anger directed at lies and that which is evil:

These six things doth the LORD (YHWH) hate: yea seven are an abomination to him: A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief, A false witness that speaketh lies, and he that soweth discord among brethren.” Proverbs 6:16-19

A righteous man hateth lying: but a wicked man is loathsome and cometh to shame. “Proverbs 13:5

The fear of the LORD (YHWH) is to hate evil: pride, and arrogancy, and the evil way, and the froward mouth, do I hate. Proverbs 8:13

“God (Elohim) judgeth the righteous, and God (El) is angry with the wicked every day.” Psalm 7:11

I hate and abhor lying: but thy law do I love. Psalm 119:163

“Surely thou wilt slay the wicked, O God (Elohim): depart from me therefore, ye bloody men. For they speak against thee wickedly, and thine enemies take thy name in vain. Do not I hate them, O LORD (YHWH), that hate thee? and am not I grieved with those that rise up against thee? I hate them with a perfect hatred: I count them mine enemies.” Psalm 139:19-21

“An unjust man is abomination to the just: and he that is upright in the way is abomination to the wicked.” Proverbs 29:27

From these passages, we can see that hatred is not the real issue. What is at issue is the object of one’s hatred or strong aversion to something. If something is evil, dangerous or harmful, the only sensible emotional response to it ought to be hatred, anger and opposition to it. To respond otherwise, is to compromise with that which is evil, which is in and of itself evil. And yet, those who rule our world today have so thoroughly feminized and psychologically castrated our culture, and men in particular, that when men rightfully become angry or enraged at that which is harmful or evil, today’s thought police of the devil assert that such men are out of control and have an “anger management problem,” when in fact, they are instinctively and appropriately protecting themselves and those entrusted to their protection and care from harm. We have things totally backwards! And it starts by hijacking the word, “hate” and deceiving people into believing that hatred is a bad thing. It is not. And it’s time to put an end to this fraud and con job once and for all!

The bottom line for sensible and wise living is to hate that which is evil and to love that which is good. Could anything be more obvious? Not to a wicked fool (the non-elect). But to the wise and the upright (the born again elect) it is.

 

[1] Estulin, Daniel. Tavistock Institute: Social Engineering the Masses. p. 158.

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