Multi-Cultural Newspeak in the United Kingdom

On April 26th 2014 the leader of a small political party in the United Kingdom was arrested, following a speech he made in the English county of Hampshire. His crime was to have read out (aloud and in public!) the words of a man who many people consider to have been the greatest British leader in modern history – the second world war Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.

The reason why quoting the words of Sir Winston Churchill in public has become a crime in England is because these particular words were critical of Islam. Of course Winston Churchill was not some kind of far-right Neo-Nazi (he's the one we can thank, perhaps more than any other, for defeating the original Nazi's, after all) so we're not talking here about some shocking speech calling for violence against Muslims. But nevertheless it is clear that, almost half a century before Al Qaeda, Churchill viewed Islamic extremism as a serious threat to global security, and also that he disliked the unequal treatment of women under Islam's sharia law. Here is the speech in full:

'How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries!,' wrote Churchill. 'Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy. 'The effects are apparent in many countries. Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live. 'A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity. 'The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must belong to some man as his absolute property – either as a child, a wife, or a concubine – must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be a great power among men. 'Thousands become the brave and loyal soldiers of the faith: all know how to die but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it. 'No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith.'1)

As a result of speaking those words during a public political speech Mr Paul Weston, the leader of a small political party called Liberty GB, was arrested on suspicion of racial harassment and now faces a potential 2 year prison sentence.

One of the most scary and dangerous things about this law under which Mr Weston was arrested is that there is literally no way to know whether you are breaking it until they arrest you. I'm not being dramatic and exaggerating the situation when I say that, as this particular British law makes saying something which offends another person a criminal offence punishable by jail time. Let me be absolutely clear about this: it doesn't matter what you say, it only matters how the complainant feels about it. In other words, it doesn't matter whether a reasonable person would consider your words to be offensive, it is only necessary for one person who was present at the time to say that they were offended. This means that if I ask an African whether she likes her coffee black or with milk, and she is a bit loopy and decides that I'm being racist, she can legally have me sent to prison.

So to mark this momentous occasion in British history, when the words of Winston Churchill became 'oldspeak' and therefore a crime to repeat in public, I have decided to write an article to educate (please note, the terms 're-education' and 'indoctrination' are also oldspeak) the public about the proper multicultural newspeak to use in modern Britain.

An Introduction to Newspeak

Newspeak is a fictional re-writing of the English language described by George Orwell in his dystopian novel about an oppressive 'big brother' society called '1984'. In this classic book the totalitarian government re-writes language itself in order to control not only the public discourse, but also the very ability of people to think for themselves or discern the truth. The population is kept in ignorance and all independent reasoning is considered to be a 'thoughtcrime' and punished by turning the perpetrator into an 'unperson'.

There are various types of Newspeak, but perhaps the most famous is the re-inventing of a word to mean its opposite. This is most clearly shown in the names of the government departments in Orwell's novel: the Ministry of Peace, which engages in perpetual warfare; the Ministry of Truth, which is in charge of propaganda; the Ministry of Love, which tortures and executes citizens for thoughcrime; the Ministry of plenty, which is in charge of rationing. This kind of newspeak has a powerful resonance, and has been used with great effect in the creation of our current multi-cultural cultural dictatorship.

Authorized Multi-Cultural Newspeak for Modern Britain


Oldspeak: A state of mind in which, although you may not share or agree with a person's opinions, habits, religion, cultural traditions and so on, you recognize their right to have them just as you have yours, and the righteous opposition to the persecution of anyone on those grounds.

Newspeak: A state of mind in which you may not disagree with a person's opinions, habits, religion or cultural traditions, as they do not recognize your right to do so, and the self-righteous persecution of anyone who does.


Oldpeak: A broad range of differences existing side by side; a plurality of qualities.

Newspeak: A broad range of appearances, united by a single, strictly enforced uni-culture in which any difference of opinion on matters of significance (such as on the Islamic way of life) is considered illegal.


Oldspeak: The intellectual ability which allows people to discern the nature of the differences between the diverse range of things in the world.

Newspeak: An intellectual disability in which people see differences between things.


Oldspeak: The contravention of a specific rule designed to prevent physical harm to the person or property of an innocent person by a malicious individual.

Newspeak: A epithet attached to the actions of an innocent person by a malicious individual, and subsequently punished by the state in order to maintain proper newspeak regarding all points listed above.

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