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“un” means no

TJ says.

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“pre” means no

“pre” means no according to TJ

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Decree is word fraud

“de” means no “cree” means contract. You think decree means to declare. But it actually means nothing.

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What does discriminate mean?

“dis” means no “crim” means crime “nate” means contract

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“dis” means no

as in “dislocated shoulder”

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“propose” is word fraud

“Pro” means no so propose has different meanings to conscious and subconscious.

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“pro” means no

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“deposit” is word fraud

Since “de” means no, deposit means no “posit” to the subconcious, putting it at odds with the conscious usage.

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“de” means no

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“aboriginal” is word fraud

Since ab means no then aboriginal, subconsciously, is at odds with the conscious usage.

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