The Term “Social Distancing,” Appearing to be an Oxymoron, is Actually a Plan

December 17, 2020 in Columnists, News by RBN Staff



By Je suis Spike for RBN


The problem with truly understanding the seeming oxy-created-by-MORONS, “social distancing,” stems from a subterfuge made early in the etymological history of the term.
The original term, as revealed below, is actually reflective of the purpose of the term.
Of course, the purpose for the term is to have ALL of the people put into practice immediate, a mindless obedience to those presented as “authorities,” instead of just Democrats being the only sheep.
Therefore, in the interest of turning America into a socialist nation, the success of which depends upon thinking people not congregating together to discuss defeating the machinations of the leftists in power, those “authorities,” while attempting to scare us with a disease survived by 99.7% of people infected, and killing almost no young or healthy people, told us to remain at least six feet apart.*  That is, to practice “social distancing.”
Of course, we understand the actual term, reflective of the plan for America, is “socialism distancing.”  That, of course, is NOT an oxymoron, but a plan.
A work of theoretically renditionally understood etymologics,
*(If masks worked, six feet apart would not be necessary; if six feet apart worked, masks would not be necessary.)
Socialists are nothing if not transparent to people who retain logic skills imparted to them by God.
Socialists only make sense to those who wish to control people and those who are incapable of either logical thought or courage to believe the truth.
There was an American, from our early history, who wrote to those among us who love authority and who are glad to be told what to do, when to do it, how to do it and be grateful for their orders.
“Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and
may posterity forget that you were our countrymen
by: Samuel Adams. (1722-1803) [Emphasis mine.]  
In fact, may our contemporaries forget that you are our countrymen.