As described in the oligarchical collectivist instruction manual 1984, by curtailing language, our rulers can curtail our thoughts. This tactic is useful because it is difficult to resist something you cannot name. So that we do not put up a fight against the unlawful displacement of the American population by illegal aliens, the term “illegal aliens” may soon be forbidden:
Rep. Joaquín Castro (D-Texas) has introduced the Correcting Hurtful and Alienating Names in Government Expression Act. The bill would remove the term “illegal alien” and replace it with “undocumented foreign national” and keep executive branch agencies from using “alien” or “illegal alien” in signage and literature.
“Hurtful and Alienating.” It is as if they are trying to hurt and alienate regular Americans to an even greater extreme by making us sick to our stomachs as they steal our country away.
“America is a nation of immigrants, yet our federal government continues to use terms that dehumanize and ostracize those in our society who happen to have been born elsewhere,” Castro [puled] in a release.
Correction: America is a nation of lawful immigrants overwhelmingly from Europe.
The process by which cockroaches like Castro control our language is called “political correctness.” Lest we put up resistance against it, the term “political correctness” has been designated as a microaggression by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee:
The university’s “Just Words” campaign is the work of UWM’s “Inclusive Excellence Center” and aims to “raise awareness of microaggressions and their impact”—microaggressions like “politically correct” or “PC.”
Merriam-Webster defines “politically correct” as “conforming to a belief that language and practices which could offend political sensibilities (as in matters of sex or race) should be eliminated.”
Irony does not register with our moonbat overlords.
Still more words are to be struck from the Newspeak Dictionary:
The university also claims the word “lame” is a microaggression that somehow both “ridicules and ignores the lives of amputees” and therefore shouldn’t be used.
UWM also claims that using the phrase “third world” to describe third world countries is a microaggression because it “reinforces heirarchical [sic] attitudes towards nations around the world, [and] establishes Westernized (industrialized) countries and cultures as the ‘standard’ upon which to measure national well-being or economic status.”
This brings us back to our displacement by alien Third Worlders. How can we resist it if we cannot describe what is being done to us?