Procedural criteria

Kevin Mulvina Kevin at LEDS.CA
Wed Jan 16 20:36:55 UTC 2008

I recently subscribed to the list. Please forgive me if this message has
been duplicated;


 I would like to submit a request that I be given official recognition,
as the architect of an original word; could anyone advise me as to the
procedure in having a word considered as legitimate, in English reference.

"Healthscare" is a new age fraud tactic, or for many a reality formed of
highly efficient advertising campaigns of health based promotional lobby
interests. Healthscare describes the actions of presenting information
in linguistically deceptive terms, which appear to be rational in the
short term. Fear which empowers legislative actions based in the fear
[or appearance thereof] presented alone. The much cited term "there is
no safe level" offers no real information, instead it offers only fear
and apprehension. Oft times with devastating circumstances. The death
camps of WW11 as an example were a result of eugenics principles, which
created fear of the extinction of the human species caused by the
procreation of so called lesser human beings. The bigotry and empowered
hatred based in so called legitimate science, still lingers today, in
spite of many efforts over the years to offset the demonstrative effects.

I first coined term Healthscare in numerous internet Blog discussions a
few years back at a freedom of choice discussion group; <>  . I have used the term
numerous times in correspondence with media outlets, Civil rights, Human
rights and medical discussion venues over the years. I have noticed the
adaptation of the word in mainstream journalism of late, with no other
source I could find prior to my invention. Its immediate recognition can
be found in understanding its use. Although constantly my spell checker
attempts to correct the spelling I submit "Healthscare" is and should
remain a legitimate word. It can be used in conjunction with those who
commit deceptive actions as in the term Healthscare Authority or
Healthscare Professional who present themselves covertly in similar
terms negating the "C" from the spelling.

Best Regards; Kevin Mulvina

44 Gulliver Crescent

Brampton , Ontario , Canada , L6S1S9

Email kevin at <mailto:kevin at>

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**** *[Note "Baffoonery" could also be evaluated as a legitimate word,
as a descriptor of the bafflement of others; by the snobbery, endemic of
a belief system based in self centered confidences of educational

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