New Newspeak Dictionary

This video from the USA says about itself:

Rumsfeld busted using newspeak: His Immediate Threat blunder [on Iraq] …

From Wikipedia:

Newspeak is a fictional language in George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. In the novel, it is described as being “the only language in the world whose vocabulary gets smaller every year.”

About the rightist “Newspeak” in the United States on social and political issues today.

From The Greens/Green Party USA:

The New Newspeak Dictionary

By Paul Kesler

Baby Boomer – 1. a subhuman creature gestated in the amniotic fluid of the Welfare State who, during the 1960s, indulged in bomb-throwing, sexual profligacy, drug abuse, and endless tirades against the glory of war. 2. a spoiled brat ruined by the child-rearing theories of Benjamin Spock. See “Peacenik” and “Entrepreneur”

Bears vs Bulls – two salivating predators who decide whether stocks will be more profitable for the rich or the super-rich. See “Dow Jones”

Politicians are the worst culprits for using gobbledegook, with a George W Bush comment topping the list of puzzling pronouncements according to a new poll: here.

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