Next to the word “freedom,” “democracy” is the second most loaded virtue word we have in the political language. “Loaded” is defined as words that have a polarized meaning with no neutrality. The word is either a virtue word or a vice word. A virtue word means it is always looked on favorably and never neutrally or negatively. So how easy is it to say you are against democracy?
This article is the first of a multi-series detailing where and how the propaganda about democracy was cultivated by Edward Bernays, Walter Lippmann and later by the Trilateral Commission of the Rockefeller brothers.
Bernays and Lippmann are seen in this image.