On the April 4th live segment, I said that the Series has achieved its purpose: to convince enough people that the world's assets belong to humankind, and that the Bretton Woods institutions, (that is, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund) , including their Articles of Agreement, are there to serve humanity in a peaceful transition--the Global Currency Reset. - Karen Hudes
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The definition of surreal is: “marked by the intense irrational reality of a dream.” It’s a relatively new word in English, only dating back to the 1930s, derived from descriptions of the artistic movement of the early 1900s known as surrealism.
It’s a word that is used to express a reaction to something shocking or surprising, a meaning which is built into its parts: the “real” of surreal is preceded by the French preposition sur, which means “over” or “above.” When we don’t believe or don’t want to believe what is real, we need a word for what seems “above” or “beyond” reality. Surreal is such a word. - Merriam-Webster
By the following decade, we have evidence of it being used in a more explicit political context. In a 1972 play entitled Garvey Lives!, author Barry Beckham writes. “I been sleeping all my life. And now that Mr. Garvey done woke me up, I’m gon stay woke. And I’m gon help him wake up other black folk”.
These examples, among others, provide evidence that woke with its pro-black political meaning dates back over 50 years in American usage. There are few examples of woke being used with this meaning in public writings in the late 20th century, but woke seems to have made a comeback in recent years. In her 2008 track ‘Master Teacher’, R&B star Erykah Badu sings “I stay woke”, and helps to bring this meaning of woke back into the public consciousness. However, it seems that the true woke renaissance coincided with the beginning of the Black Lives Matter movement, following the killing of Trayvon Martin in 2013. Indeed, building on the association between woke and Black Lives Matter, black-oriented network BET (Black Entertainment Television) aired a documentary entitled ‘Stay Woke’ about the movement in May 2016.
Like many words and phrases that capture a particular (political) zeitgeist, woke and stay woke have a meaning that is ever evolving and changing. Unfortunately for woke, its political meaning appears to have been removed in at least some contexts. Today, a search on Twitter reveals ‘stay woke’ being used in some tweets with its pro-black political meaning, but also being used in non-political, comical tweets like the following:
In MTVs conceptualization, woke simply means being aware, without any connections to black oppression or consciousness that it had when it re-entered wider usage in 2013. In this way, woke has been racially sanitized for a mainstream audience. Woke has been removed from its ties to black communities as well as its reference to black consciousness and political movements. As a result, woke itself can no longer perform the function of promoting and indexing black consciousness and liberation. The appropriation of woke has lulled it into a complacent, apolitical slumber where, ironically, it simply means ‘awake’.
It turns out it comes from a 1944 Ingrid Bergman movie called Gaslight, which was based on a popular play called Angel Street when it ran on Broadway, in which a manipulative husband who has murdered their wealthy upstairs neighbor causes the gas lamps in the house to dim while he repeatedly is searching for the missing woman’s jewels, and then he tries to convince his wife that it isn’t happening—that she isn’t seeing the lamps dim before her very eyes and that she is going insane.
- Grammar Girl Words of the Year 2016 Edition
Quick and dirty tip on NGCC
You ain't woke yet because the Network of Global Corporate Control is gaslighting you.
Go back and click on the full transcript link and stay woke. - 3rd Dog
Thank you for listening to another segment of "The Network of Global Corporate Control."
We have discussed in today’s segment the “Reality" that we have won the tug of war with the Network of Global Corporate Control, that is, the Banking Cartel. We are now in control of our own destiny.
Until next week, I am your host, Karen Hudes.