Semantic Manipulation

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(1) Description of the pattern

Just a thought, Semantic Manipulation could be looked at as a person or a body of people or any organizations that represents special interest, bending or distorting rules, laws or guidelines for the sake of profit or power.

(2) Why the pattern is good (i.e. bad)

To rename or reliable an act or object for the purpose of acquiring different results, outcomes or perspectives can be classified as Semantic Manipulation. The distortion of the original semantics can be motivated by wealth, power or to maintain the status quo within an organization that is reluctant to change. Like wise, Sematic Manipulation can be used to provide you with false information within media and especially pseudoscience. in doing so,Sematic Manipulation can not only be used to maintain a certain course within a system, but can also be used to influence it into a different direction.

(3) How it Works

(4) Evidence

There have been many different examples in the last few years in explaining how Sematic Manipulation works. One of the most disasters examples is when the Bush administration distorting the fact that lead up to the Gulf War. Despite the fact that the UN weapon inspectors could not find evidence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. The Bush administration created their own fact to support their agenda within the Middle East.

The Semantic Manipulation of the fact of Iraq's weapon program, coupled with the idea that Iraq had something to do with the 9/11 attack was the reason the U.S. went to war in the Gulf. Against the backdrop of protest within and outside the U.S. against the war, and conflicting information coming to light against the Bush administration original claim, The U.S. entered open hostilities with Iraq under false and distorted information. The willful manipulation of data to support a preconceived agenda is almost always at the core of Semantic Manipulation.