Procedural: The people want. A Wiki Permutation.

the people want the fall of the regime. the people want the fall of the regime.
the people want the fall of the regime. the fall of the people want the regime.
the people want the people want the fall of the regime. the fall of the regime.
the fall of the regime. the people want the people want the fall of the regime.
the fall of the people want the regime. the people want the fall of the regime.
the fall of the people want the fall of the regime. the people want the regime.

the fall of the people want the people want the fall of the regime. the regime.
the regime. the fall of the people want the people want the fall of the regime.
the people want the regime. the fall of the people want the fall of the regime.
the regime. the people want the fall of the people want the fall of the regime.

In this entry I took the sentence “The people want the fall of the regime” and constructed all the largest possible subphrases (of at least two words), such that part of the phrase or the phrase itself has an entry in the Wikipedia lexicon. With these subsentences I constructed permutation of all possible new constructions. Not surprisingly, or maybe surprisingly, all the new constructions are valid sentences, however full of tautologies, as even the sentence as a whole has a Wikipedia dedication. Most interestingly maybe is that the sentence as such already contains its contradiction, which is only shown in the permutation.

Wiki-Phrases:
the people want the fall of the regime.
the people want X
the fall of X
the regime.

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