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Dystopianism: Keeping The Newspeak Dictionary Updated – redefining all things to suit the objective

2017/08/01

Dystopianism imagines the collapse of societal structures, which reinstates the primacy of individual success. You are alone (or with a few others), you can identify your enemy, and perhaps you can defeat it. It’s a comforting idea in a world where power is systemic.

Currently, the success or failure of the world is based on abstract and invisible interconnectivity, a domain in which humans feel somewhat powerless or rudderless within. Interstellar shows systemic dystopianism rather than collapse dystopianism, and the solutions and successes are big-thinking and systemic rather than individualistic. –Derek Beyer

Beware Suggestive Associations —The Ministry of Truth

Since the 1950s, leftist politicians, academics, and media propagandists have imposed draconian codes, explicit and implicit, that have in fact become the suppressive totalitarian Newspeak that Orwell had warned against.

FLASHBACK: Google Changed the Definition of Fascism

Someone put this reminder up on reddit and it’s one we should keep in mind as the right-wing is silenced. Google changed the definition of Fascism from “centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition” to “right wing system of government and social organization” this year.

It was another smear and more fake news. Democrats have shown once again that they are willing to rewrite the dictionary and history to not only camouflage what they are doing, but to shut down the right.

Redefining “fascism” is a way of protecting their henchmen in Antifa and other Soros-funded groups for one thing. They disguise who they are. Antifa or anti-Fascist groups pretend they are fighting fascism, all the while they are the fascists. They call Trump Hitler and say only the right can be fascist.

As Daily Caller reports, Merriam-Webster defines the word “fascism” as “a political philosophy, movement, or regime (as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition.” The secondary definition is “a tendency toward or actual exercise of strong autocratic or dictatorial control.”

The left likes to make Hitler into a right-wing nut but he was clearly a fascist like Mussolini.

This is Google’s not-so-subtle transformation of the definition.

Google defines it as right-wing and omits the part about “centralized government” and “severe economic and social regimentation, forcible repression of the opposition”.

The right wants small, limited government and values free speech which the Democrats want to limit, along with freedom of some religions and the right to own guns for self-protection. Centralized government is what they are all about. They are the collective with little regard for the rights of the individual.

The reason they changed the definition seems obvious but Daily Caller also notes that Google co-founder Sergey Brin is strongly opposed to Donald Trump.

Democrats overuse hyperbole; use euphemisms to the extreme; and they have us living in an upside-down Orwellian world where history, such as that of the Civil War, slavery and the Democrat KKK/Jim Crow laws, are being rewritten. They rightfully demonize Hitler while embracing communism. They would make Joe Stalin proud.

[Byline S. Noble]

02 May 2017
Independent Sentinel


Sometimes, “The threat of a thing is more powerful than the thing itself.“

Our world today is closer than you may think to the world depicted in the printed book Fahrenheit 451. If one looks closely they can find censorship in everything. Take school for example. In our textbooks women aren’t allowed to be depicted doing housework, men can’t be shown with tools, Negroes cannot be athletes, Asians cannot own fruit stores, as gender race can no longer be properly identified. All this is to make a few people happy. If we don’t stop now, Bradbury’s assumption of the future may come true. Then there is also Orwell’s.

A Historical Brief of Ideological Outcomes:  Foxe’s Book of Martyrs – Project Gutenberg

The Terminator algorithm is out there. It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you and your freedom are dead.

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