White Truth, False Dilemma

Thou man, Ad Hominem,
Thou Nigger

Ad Misericordiam,
Vestal Virgin

Dicto Simpliciter,
I ic ik,ih,ahám,

Post hoc
dost Thou say?
“Mary Virgin
Sapiens Nigger
We vi vayam
your reign

Non Sequitur,
could I
thou be?
Be I be thou me?

False Dilemma
A fallacy of oversimplification: an argument in which only two alternatives are provided when in fact additional options are available. Sometimes called the either-or fallacy.
Ad Hominem
A personal attack: that is, an argument based on the perceived failings of an adversary rather than on the merits of the case.
Ad Misericordiam
An argument that involves an irrelevant or highly exaggerated appeal to pity or sympathy.
Dicto Simpliciter
An argument in which a general rule is treated as universally true regardless of the circumstances: a sweeping generalization.
Post Hoc
A fallacy in which one event is said to be the cause of a later event simply because it occurred earlier.
Non Sequitur
An argument in which a conclusion does not follow logically from what preceded it.

“I” – Word Origin: reduced form of Old English ic; compare Old Saxon ik, Old High German ih, Sanskrit ahám
“We” – Word Origin: Old English wē, related to Old Saxon wī, Old High German wir, Old Norse vēr, Danish, Swedish vi, Sanskrit vayam

Beforan – before (old English)

Thou beast – d(o)u bist (you are, German)

Additional note: This is a writing exercise and I do not hold any point of view implicit in these words, but I do consider they are a part of a (vicious)collective unconscious shared by some (many, all?) of us. Fortunately there is also a no-vicious collective unconscious.