We Need a New Dictionary to Talk With Liberals


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Luckily, we can find parts of it here.

Privilege
Noun. Having anything; including it money, an education, parents, or the ability to read.

Example: The government should just claim all children because no one is equal when some kids grow up with parental-privilege. I know some kids without dads and it’s not fair to them to have to know kids who grew up in a loving family.

Racist
Noun. White people, but can be considered anything that is white.

Example: Anything a white person says is racist because they are white. But also the white stripes on the US flag are racist. Snow is racist. And marshmallows are especially racist because they turn black when you set them on fire.

My favorite is:

Unknown Motive
Noun. Reason behind every Islamic terror attack.

Example: He wore typical Muslim garb, had a big, bushy beard, and screamed “allahu akbar” as he shot down all those kids, but there’s still an unknown motive behind his actions.



The saddest part is how we are being forced to adopt some of these attitudes, or face the wrath of our betters.   All ethnic or cultural minorities are to be referred to in exactly the way the dominant leftist culture demands.

“When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, ‘it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.’

’The question is,’ said Alice, ‘whether you can make words mean so many different things.’

’The question is,’ said Humpty Dumpty, ‘which is to be master — that’s all.” 
                    ― Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking Glass

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3 Responses to We Need a New Dictionary to Talk With Liberals

  1. Let’s see, I’m sure we should add.
    Fascist: Doesn’t agree with me and my friends.
    Delusional: Doesn’t agree with me and my friends.
    Racist: (secondary definition) Doesn’t agree with me and my friends.
    For that matter, any formerly derogatory adjective or noun: Doesn’t agree with me and my friends.
    They’re taking words and changing the meanings so often that the words lose any meaning at all.

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  2. Hate Speech: Strong arguments against things I believe.

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  3. Sexual assault: Previously known as flirting.

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