The Truth About NATLFED

June 8, 2015

Fraction versus Faction

Filed under: Cult,NATLFED,Politics,Uncategorized — ghostwriter1984 @ 20:29

An interesting comment arose supposing a typographical error when we used fraction instead of faction.  The word choice was intentional.  The Organization refers to its various branches as fractions.  Just think of a pie chart, with various sections or fractions, and NATLFED is just one fraction.  Faction, on the other hand, is a dissenting group.  The Organization does not allow factions.  Instead, it favors a consensus protocol based on 100% agreement.  Failure to arrive at consensus leads to a process.  It’s a complicated process.  Bottom line is that consensus can be manipulated through political re-education, pressure, manipulation, etc.

It is part of the jargon of the group, the “secret language” where words have specific definitions that mean something just for the insiders.  See Ross article on jargon.

Hope this helps, and thanks for the note.


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