Keeping Up With The Democrats

George Orwell introduced the language of doublespeak in his dystopian novel “1984”published in 1949. Doublespeak is the language of opposites. Up is down and down is up. The word doublespeak derives from two Orwellian words “doublethink” and “newspeak.”

Doublethink is when a person accepts two mutually contradictory thoughts as correct without being aware or troubled by the glaring contradiction between them.

Doublethink statements like “war is peace” “freedom is slavery” “ignorance is strength” are made without discomfort. Newspeak is a method of controlling thought through language – it is the language of fake news.

Doublespeak combines doublethink and newspeak in language that deliberately obscures, distorts, disguises, or reverses the meaning of words to manipulate public opinion in a mass social engineering effort.

Orwell’s Doublespeak: The Language of the Left :: Linda Goudsmit

On some days, Democrats angrily deny President Trump’s claims they allow illegal aliens to vote. But on other days they make it official that they allow illegal aliens to vote.

San Francisco allowing undocumented immigrants to vote

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13 Responses to Keeping Up With The Democrats

  1. R. Shearer says:

    They say SF has become a #2 city because of all the feces on its streets.

    • RAH says:

      A real Shit Hole it is.

    • RAH says:

      Really how things have changed. During WW II more troops departed for war in the Pacific from San Francisco than from any other port. The Golden Gate bridge was the Statue of Liberty of the west coast. The thing the sailors and troops remembered seeing fade in the distance as they went to war and what those that survived never forgot seeing and passing under when they came back.

      When they returned home the ship carrying the “Ghosts of Bataan” passed under the Golden Gate. They were survivors of the death march and 4 years of brutal treatment and starvation by the Japanese. Rescued from the camp at Cubanatuan by US Army Rangers with crucial assistance of the Alamo scouts and Filipino guerrillas before the Japanese murdered them in the greatest prisoner rescue mission ever successfully carried out. Gifts of flowers, money, and even theater tickets rained down upon the deck of their ship as they passed under that bridge.

      I wonder what would rain down now?

    • Josh says:

      So much for the liberals are smart and educated that think with logic. The Japanese, Koreans, and Chinese are laughing at us for being so dumb with immigration.

  2. Robert Forest says:

    Perhaps we could send mail in ballots to citizens of other countries that are affected by the outcome of American elections, like Mexico, Canada, Russia, China,…. how about anyone world wide who requests a ballot. That way they don’t have to sneak across the border just to vote, and risk having their children ripped from their arms.

    • Snowleopard says:

      I wonder how many captured illegal border crossers who had children “ripped from their arms” were actually the parents of those children?? Or were, in fact the criminal illegals smuggling in kidnapped children for the pedophile, sex slave, or slave labor markets??

  3. ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N says:

    “Doublespeak combines doublethink and newspeak in language that deliberately obscures, distorts, disguises, or reverses the meaning of words to manipulate public opinion in a mass social engineering effort.”

    It’s simply the newer term for “legalese”, but true to the quote. If you’ve ever read a law dictionary, you’ll see the meaning of many words are completely different to the everyday Oxford. It’s deliberate and an entirely different language.

    Be careful what you say in court.

    • Jason Calley says:

      Absolutely correct. Legalese is NOT English. It is specifically designed to make the common speaker give unwittingly incriminating statements.

  4. R. Shearer says:

    It seems that Clapper is trying to throw Obama under the bus.

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