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The word "orwellian" refers to deceptive and manipulative use of language for
the purpose of discouraging nuanced or critical thought to eliminate dissent and
create compliant plebiscite.
Wich in this country has always been a tool of left wing politics.
Na "doublespeak" nemam ted cas ... pozdeji.
… create compliant plebiscite ? To jsi si asi spletl s tou
left wing politics kde se debatuje, zatim co pravicaci maji jednoduche pravidlo
– bud jsi s nama a nebo budes “primeried” … jako v kazdem spravnem
diktatoriatu kandidatu daji kudlu na krk. Ti bezpaterni polibi Dear Leader
prsten nebo prdel. Tak se buduje spravna diktatorska podpora 😊.
Tohle ale neni z “left wing politics”:
- Trump’s inauguration drew the “largest audience ever.” Easily
disproved by widely available visual evidence, Spicer’s fib fulfilled Winston
Smith’s prediction in “1984”: “In the end the Party would announce that
two and two made five, and you would have to believe it.”
- Mel jsem krasny inauguration den (neprselo) a vic lidi nez Obama. Jje zaznam
kde promlouva k malemu davu a prsi
- Kellyanne Conway sounded like a parody of the Ministry of Truth when she
announced that the Trump administration was relying on “alternative
- Jestli prohraji volby, tak jen proto, ze byly ukradene (Trump 6 mesicu pred
- Volby byly ukradene (v den voleb a aniz by neco udelal pro bezpecnost
volebniho procesu )
- 6. leden byla turisticka prohlidka Kongresu.
- Je toho daleko vic, samozrejme, to si musis vygooglovat.
Jelikoz jsi takovy znalec, a obdivovatel G. Orwell, tak urcite vis kdo on
vlastne byl. Mala pripominka:
Orwell hated fascists so much he went to war with them
“Every line of serious work that I have written since 1936 has been written,
directly or indirectly, against totalitarianism [proti
trumpizmu] and for democratic socialism , as I understand
it,” Orwell wrote in his 1946 essay handily titled “Why I Write.” That was
the year Orwell joined a leftist militia to fight in the
Spanish Civil War against fascist Francisco Franco’s military uprising in
Orwell’s “1984” and Trump’s America
An unbidden apology rises to the lips, as Orwell’s book duly climbs high in
the Amazon rankings: it was far better and smarter than good times past allowed
us to think. What it took, of course, to change this view was the Presidency of
Donald Trump. Because the single most striking thing about his matchlessly
strange first week is how primitive, atavistic, and uncomplicatedly
brutal Trump’s brand of authoritarianism is turning out to be. We
have to go back to “1984” because, in effect, we have to go back to 1948 to
get the flavor.
There is nothing subtle about Trump’s behavior. He lies, he repeats
the lie, and his listeners either cower in fear, stammer in disbelief, or try to
see how they can turn the lie to their own benefit. Every continental
wiseguy, from Žižek to Baudrillard, insisted that when they pulled the
full totalitarian wool over our eyes next time, we wouldn’t even know it was
happening [ano, to je o vas … MAGAturds]. Not a bit of it. Trump’s
lies, and his urge to tell them, are pure Big Brother crude, however oafish
their articulation. They are not postmodern traps and temptations; they
are primitive schoolyard taunts and threats.
The blind, blatant disregard for truth is offered without even the
sugar-façade of sweetness of temper or equableness or entertainment—offered
not with a sheen of condescending consensus but in an ancient tone of rage,
vanity, and vengeance. Trump is pure raging authoritarian id.
[George Santos je nova generace MAGAturds … budte na nej hrdi a pak se zase
sejdeme u volebnich uren v ocekavani rude tsunami