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Orwellian DoubleThink: War is Peace

25 Nov

I was just listening to 1984 Part 1 Chapter 7 the other day and realized how similar the content was to a recent post of mine. I had been talking for days with the Libertarianesse about how words have been misused, and redefined. I insist it is purposeful. I made a remark similarly on another great blog, and turned that response into a post of my own. Great minds thinking alike, that blogger than turned me on to another great link, and from that I get this: Orwellian DoubleThink: War is Peace. Either I am going in circles, or I am on to something.

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