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HISTORY OF THE BRASSARO
DURING WW2 MEXICAN AMERICANS WERE HOME
FRONT HEROES, PERHAPS ONCE AGAIN.
IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ALMOST ALL OF
 THE SO CALLED ILLEGAL'S MEXICANS
ARE REALLY ABUSED AMERICAN CITIZENS.
WE OWE THEM BIG TIME...

THAT IS A FACT! WE PROMISED THERE
PARENTS CITIZEN SHIP DURING WW2

BUT GAVE IT TO X NAZI'S INSTEAD AFTER
WW2...
WE KICKED THE BRASSARO OUT AT GUN
POINT AND SOME SNIVELING EURO-PEON
 IMMIGRANTS FROM FEEL SMUGLY SUPERIOR
AS "LEGAL" CITIZENS.
 THEY BUILT AIRCRAFT, TANKS AND GUNS
 IN OUR FACTORIES AND "WE" LIED TO THEM
 AND EXPLOITED THERE NEED FOR HONEST
 (Christian) WORK.
USA promised Brassaro's citizenship during WW
HERE'S ANOTHER ONE FOR THE
HISTORY BOOKS
WHAT DID OUR PRESIDENTS GRANDFATHER
 PRESCOT BUSH DO DURING  WW2 HE WAS
BUSY RAISING 50 MILLION DOLLARS ON
WALL ST. TO GIVE TO ADOLPH HITLER!
SO HE AND HENRY FORD COULD ENSLAVE
AND MURDER JEWS IN HIS GERMANY
FACTORIES .



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Updated April 4, 2003

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Eric Arthur Blair, pen name George Orwell


Political Writings of George Orwell

"Politics and the English Language", 1946 essay

"Civilian Bombing", As I Please, 14 July 1944

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1984 online full text

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As I Please
Tribune, 14 July 1944

I have received a number of letters, some of them quite violent ones, attacking me for my
remarks on Miss Vera Brittain's anti-bombing pamphlet. There are two points that seem to
 need further comment.

First of all there is the charge, which is becoming quite a common one, that "we started it," i.e.
that Britain was the first country to practise systematic bombing of civilians. How anyone can
make this claim, with the history of the past dozen years in mind, is almost beyond me. The
 first act in the present war -- some hours, if I remember rightly, before any declaration of war
passed-- was the German bombing of Warsaw. The Germans bombed and shelled the city
so intensively that, according to the Poles, at one time 700 fires were raging simultaneously.
They made a film of the destruction of Warsaw, which they entitled "Baptism of Fire" and sent
all round the world with the object of terrorising neutrals.

Several years earlier than this the Condor Legion, sent to Spain by Hitler, had bombed one
Spanish city after another. The "silent raids" on Barcelona in 1938 killed several thousand
 people in a couple of days.

Earlier than this the Italians had bombed entirely defenseless Abyssinians  and boasted of
 their exploites as something screamingly funny. Bruno Mussolini wrote newspaper articles
 in which he described bombed Abyssinians "bursting open like a rose,"  which he said was
"most amusing."  

And the Japanese ever since 1931, and intensively since 1937, have been bombing crowded
Chinese cities where there are not even any ARP arrangements, let alone any AA guns or
 fighter aircraft.

I am not arguing that two blacks make a white, nor that Britain's record is
 a particularly good one. In a number of "little wars" from about 1920
onwards the RAF has dropped its bombs on Afghans, Indians and Arabs
\who had little or no power of hitting back. But it is simply untruthful
to say that large-scale bombing of crowded town areas, with the object
of causing panic, is a British invention. It was the Fascist states who
started this practice, and so long as the air war went in their favour they
avowed their aims quite clearly.
  [Thats easy for you to say George... The more things change ,the more they stay the same... ED]
The other thing that needs dealing with is the parrot cry "killing women and children." I
pointed out before, but evidently it needs repeating, that it is probably somewhat better
 to kill a cross-section of the population than to kill only the young men. If the figures published by the Germans are true, and we have really killed 1,200,000 civilians in our
 raids, that loss of life has probably harmed the German race somewhat less than corresponding loss on the Russian front or in Africa and Italy.

Any nation at war will do its best to protect its children, and the number of children killed in raids
probably does not correspond to their percentage of the general population. Women cannot be
protected to the same extent, but the outcry against killing women, if you accept killing at all, is
sheer sentimentality. Why is it worse to kill a woman than a man? The argument usually
advanced is that in killing women you are killing the breeders, whereas men can be more easily
 spared. But this is a fallacy based on the notion that human beings can be bred like animals.
The idea behind it is that since one man is capable of fertilizing a very large number of women,
 just as a prize ram fertilizes thousands of ewes, the loss of male lives is comparatively unimportant. Human beings, however, are not cattle. When the slaughter caused by war leaves
 a surplus of women, the enormous majority of those women bear no children. Male lives are
 very nearly as important, biologically, as female ones.

In the last war the British Empire lost nearly a million men killed, of whome abou;three-quarters
came from these islands. Most of them will have been under thirty. If all those young men had
had only one child each whe should now have en extra 750,000 people round about the age of
twenty. France, which lost much more heavily, never recovered from the slaughter of the last
war, and it is doubtful whether Britain has fully recovered, either. We can't yet calculate the casualties of the present war, but the last one killed between ten and twenty million young men.
Had it been conducted, as the next one will perhaps be, with flying bombs, rockets and other
long-range weapons which kill old and young, healthy and unhealthy, male and female
impartially, it would probably have damaged European civilization somewhat less than it did.

Contrary to what some of my correspondents seem to think, I have no enthusiasm for air raids,
either ours or the enemy's. Like a lot of other people in this country, I am growing definitely tired
of bombs. But I do object to the hypocrisy of accepting force as an instrument while squealing
against this or that individual weapon, or of denouncing war while wanting to preserve the kind
of soceity that makes war inevitable.


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Banning the use of certain words or requiring the use of new ones. Also legislating to revise the
meanings of old words. An imperial tradition in ancient China and Egypt, conjured as a bogey in
NineteenEightyFour. For example the old soviet newspaper "Pravda", which represented only the
 views of the state's leaders, translates as "The Truth".
Izvestia translates as "the news", which leads to the old saw, "There is no news in Pravda and no
truth in Izvestja", or something like that.
In NineteenEightyFour GeorgeOrwell invented a language for the use of Party members in his
 imagined totalitarian state: Newspeak. The central principle of Newspeak is that it makes it
impossible to contemplate rebellion against the state. In Newspeak peace is war , love is hate,
 freedom is slavery.

Orwell may or may not have had the principle of LinguisticDeterminism in mind when he wrote this.

In fact, Orwell spent time while in Paris living with Eugene Lanti, president of the Sennacieca Asocio
Tutmonda, an Esperanto Socialist Anti-Nationalist organisation. The similarities between Esperanto
 and Newspeak (e.g. doubleplusungood -- cf. Esperanto malbonega -- are hardly coincidental.

This is bad press for Esperanto, considering the culture of EsperantoLanguage is almost opposite
that of Newspeak. One could say that Newspeak co-opted features of Esperanto for marketing
 purposes. "Our next dictionary will be an inch thick."

It may be bad press, but it emphasises that even the best of ideas may be corrupted, which is also
 a theme in NineteenEightyFour, and even more so in AnimalFarm. -- OleAndersen It should be
 mentioned that Basic English had not only proponents but opponents among famous English-
speakers. It was long assumed that George Orwell based the mind-controlling language Newspeak
 in his novel 1984 on Esperanto -- Orwell, it happens, was closely acquainted with Esperanto and
 had what he considered good reasons -- personal, not linguistic -- to dislike the
language (15); but a radio report in the early 1980's indicated that recently discovered papers
proved that Newspeak had, in fact, been a satire on Basic English, which Orwell considered far
more of a crime against the English language than Esperanto.

(15) Apparently, Orwell, during his down-and-out phase in Paris, had to accept a room in the
lodgings of a cousin. The fact that she and her live-in lover spoke only Esperanto together at
home -- a language he could not understand -- left him less than enthusiastic.

This was taken from http://donh.best.vwh.net/Esperanto/EBook/chap03.html
Also a language (or at least a design for one). See "Newspeak: an unexceptional language",
I.F. Currie, Software Engineering Journal, July 1986. (2 years too late)
From the abstract: "NewSpeak is a language designed for use in safety-critical programs. It tries
to limit the freedom of the programmer to the kind of ideas in programming that are reasonably
easy to formalise, without making these restrictions unduly onerous. Its principle characteristic
is that it has no exceptional values or states. Incorrect constructions which would lead to
exceptional behaviour, such as range violations or numerical overflow, are all dealt with at
 compile time."

See also WikiNameInRealLifeSyndrome, for some comments on the "word"
 "DoublePlusUnGood."
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