Façade..

According to Webster: fa·çade also fa·cade, (f…-säd“) n. 1. Architecture. The face of a building, especially the principal face.

(In context, for my purpose) 2.  An artificial or deceptive front:

i.e., – ideological slogans that were a façade for geopolitical power struggles. [French, from Italian facciata, from faccia, face, from Vulgar Latin *facia, from Latin faci¶s. See dh¶- below.]

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 dh¶-. Important derivatives are: do1, deed, doom, -dom, deem, fact, factor, fashion, feat1, feature, affair, affect1, affection, amplify, benefit, defeat, defect, effect, efficient, infect, justify, modify, notify, perfect, profit, qualify, sacrifice, face, surface, difficulty, thesis, theme.

dh¶-. To set, put. Contracted from *dhe…-. 1. O-grade form *dh½-. DO1; FORDO, from Old English d½n, to do, from Germanic *d½n. 2. Suffixed form *dh¶-ti-, “thing laid down or done, law, deed.” DEED, from Old English dÆd, doing, deed, from Germanic *d¶diz. 3. Suffixed o-grade form *dh½-mo-. a. DOOM, from Old English d½m, judgment (< “thing set or put down”); b. -DOM, from Old English -d½m, abstract suffix indicating state, condition, or power; c. (see k³-) Old Norse -d½mr, condition; d. DUMA, from Russian Duma, Duma, from a Germanic source akin to Gothic d½ms, judgment; e. DEEM, from Old English d¶man, to judge, from Germanic denominative d½mjan. a, b, c, d, and e all from Germanic d½maz. 4. Suffixed o-grade form *dh½-t-. (see sak-) Latin sacerd½s, priest, “performer of sacred rites.” 5. Zero-grade form *dh…-. a. prefixed form *kom-dh…-. ABSCOND, INCONDITE, RECONDITE, SCONCE2, from Latin condere, to put together, establish, preserve (*kom, together; see kom); b. prefixed and suffixed form *kom-dh(…)-yo-. CONDIMENT, from Latin condºre, to season, flavor; c. compound *kred-dh…-. (see kerd-) 6. Suffixed zero-grade form dh…-k-. a. – THEME, from Greek thema, “thing placed,” proposition. 12. Reduplicated form *dhe-dh¶-. SANDHI, from Sanskrit dadh³ti, he places. 13. Basic form *dh¶-. PURDAH, from Old Persian d³-, to place. 14. Suffixed form *dh¶-to-, set down, created. (see s(w)e-) Old Iranian compound *khvat½-d³ta-, created from oneself. 15. Reduced form *dh-. (see au-) [Pokorny 2. dh¶- 235.]

A bit long-winded, “and of course in my opinion,” composed in a manner to be understood, “only” by a tenured English professor.

Back on track..

An artificial or deceptive front:

According to Webster: ar·ti·fi·cial, (in context) Not genuine or natural.

According to Webster: de·cep·tive,  Tending to deceive. misleading.

As disheartening and embarrassing as it is to the “human race,” we, “We the Human Race,” are unequivocally, most accurately define as “artificial and deceptive.” We are indeed the epitome of the word “façade.”

Accordingly, with the definition of façade well established, I will now proceed to explicate my perspectives and opinions on America’s present Socioeconomic and Political strife.

According to Webster: strife, (in context) Contention or competition between rivals.

Putting it as simple as possible, George W. Bush and Barack Hussein Obama, have without conscience bilaterally brought America to the brink of extinction.

Think about it, I’ll be back tomorrow

Crusader Rabbit…

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