menticide


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menticide

(ˈmɛntɪˌsaɪd)
n
the destruction or undermining of a person's mental independence in order to alter his or her beliefs

menticide

the process of systematically altering beliefs and attitudes, especially through the use of drugs, torture, or psychological stress techniques; brainwashing.
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At the 500 year span of time, the age of menticide, and explain the colonization of the mind that has brought us [ADP] to the sad state where we can get close to liberation--close enough to touch and taste it--and turn around and move in the other direction.
Verbicide and Menticide," "Variations on a Faustian Theme," "Symbol, Image and Perception," "Inspiration," "When the Game Is Over," "Danse Macabre," "To Whom It May Concern," "An Ode to Oblivion," and several others end this extraordinary collection of thoughtful and thought- and emotion-provoking poetry.
Menticide is the most sophisticated phase of the war strategy of the white supremacists against the black race.