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Thursday, July 4, 2013

THOUGHT CONTROL!! Coming Soon To A City Near You

By Jean Bush

Washington state gets rid of sexist language

By Claudine Zap   The Sideshow


In Washington state, the word "freshman" is out. And "first-year student" is in. In total, 40,000 words have been changed as part of an effort to rid state statutes of gender-biased language.
The bill, signed into law earlier in the year by Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee, went into effect this week.
And it was no small task. "This was a much larger effort than I had envisioned. Mankind means man and woman," Democratic state Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles of Seattle told Reuters.
"Fisherman" is now a "fisher." "Penmanship" is called "handwriting." And "manhole cover" is, well, still "manhole cover." Some words don’t have an easy replacement.
Others do: "His" is now “his and hers.” "Clergyman" is now "clergy." "Journeyman plumber" is now “journey-level plumber,” according to the Daily Mail.
According to Reuters, Washington is the fourth state to officially remove gender-biased language from the law. Others are Florida, North Carolina and Illinois. Nine other states are considering similar gender-neutral laws.
"Words matter," Liz Watson, a National Women's Law Center senior adviser, told Reuters. "This is important in changing hearts and minds."
France recently officially banned the term "mademoiselle" from official documents. The Gallic term means "miss," and French officials contended it forced women to acknowledge their marital status.
The French also bid adieu to "maiden name," which they dismissed as "archaic." They should know: Paris only recently got rid of a law that banned women from wearing pants. (end of article)


Control words and you control language; control language and you control speech; control speech and you control thoughts; control thoughts and you control people.
Few people seem to realize how far the blueprint of 1984 has been implemented.  Do you see yourself in this quote?
“Don’t you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it.”
George Orwell, 1984
“One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship.”
George Orwell, 1984    

As we continue to  allow them to dictate our perceptions, our feelings, our opinions and our thoughts, our range of revolt will become ever more narrow and our range of safety, security and comfort, ever more enticing, ever more seductive.  We have 2 choices, accept or revolt.  I know which side I am on, do you?
“We are the dead. Our only true life is in the future. We shall take part in it as handfuls of dust and splinters of bone. But how far away that future may be, there is no knowing. It might be a thousand years. At present nothing is possible except to extend the area of sanity little by little. We cannot act collectively.
We can only spread our knowledge outwards from individual to individual, generation after generation. In the face of the Thought Police there is no other way.”
George Orwell, 1984




  1. Wow... cultural Marxism is on steroids in America. I also know which side I'm on - hopefully more and more Americans join our cause and recognize what is happening to our once great nation.

    1. Thank you, John. I call it creeping Marxism. A slow, insidious chipping away of everything that makes us free Americans, and humans, as well.