estrella posted an update 1 week, 2 days ago · updated 1 week, 2 days agoCORRUPTION… JUST ANOTHER FANCY NEW MADE-UP WORD FOR COVETING
CORRUPTION = COVETING
vb (tr) , -vets, -veting or -veted
to wish, long, or crave for (something, esp the property of another person)
[C13: from Old French coveitier, from coveitié eager desire, ultimately from Latin cupiditās cupidity]
DECEIT = INTENTIONALLY MISLEAD… JUST ANOTHER FANCY NEW MADE-UP WORD FOR LIED… AND BELIEVE IT OR NOT; IT HAS A FATHER = ORIGINATOR = FATHER OF THE LIE.
1. the act or practice of deceiving
2. a statement, act, or device intended to mislead; fraud; trick
3. a tendency to deceive
[C13: from Old French deceite, from deceivre to deceive]
[1225–75; deceite < Old French, n. use of feminine of deceit, past participle of deceivre to deceive]
syn: deceit, guile, duplicity, fraud refer either to practices designed to mislead or to the qualities in a person that prompt such behavior. deceit is intentional concealment or misrepresentation of the truth: Consumers are often victims of deceit. guile is cunning deceit; it suggests subtle but treacherous tactics: He used guile to gain access to the documents. duplicity is doing the opposite of what one says or pretends to do; it suggests hypocrisy or pretense: the duplicity of a friend who does not keep a secret. fraud refers to deceit or trickery by which one may derive benefit at another's expense; it often suggests illegal or dishonest practices: an advertiser convicted of fraud.
CORRUPTION AND DECEIT… TWO WORD QUITE PREVALENT AT PRESENT TIMES
NEITHER ONE IS ACCEPTABLE UNDER ANY SIGNED CONTRACT. ITS USE INVALIDATES ANY AGREEMENT
THEREFORE, WHEN ANYONE IMPLIES THAT SILENCE EQUALS CONSENT FOR AUTHORIZING PARTICIPATION, IS BEING DECEITFUL… IT IS