This was an odd and sometimes uncomfortable occasion, much of it conducted in Orwellian Newspeak
, as if Sunday never happened and yet all about Sunday.
In his opening address to the federation's biennial conference, he said: "Police statistics have become something of a newspeak
for the way in which we quantify success.
A world in which the rulers even invented a new language, Newspeak
, in order to distort the true meaning of words and suppress dissent.
Personally I blame whichever Newspeak
bureaucrat decided to redesignate linesmen as assistant referees 20-odd years ago - it gave them ideas above their station and now far too many aren't content with supporting actor honours, they want to big up their role and pitch for the leading-man Oscar.
for 'localism' has meant more powers for local government while cutting their council budgets.
The attempt to neutralize language is essentially the Newspeak
of George Orwell's Animal Farm.
It is a crass, appallingly written Orwellian exercise in clumsy management psychobabble which owes more to Winston Smith and the Newspeak
of 1984 than any serious attempt to persuade workers to shape up or ship out.
But then the Israeli story took a sudden twist when the F banned American airlines from flying to Tel Aviv, forcing a complete turnaround in Zionist newspeak
on complicit US media outlets.
One third of Americans have heard the term thought-police and one quarter Newspeak
Of course, when we complained the health authority did a 1984 with a response of "less is more, worse is better" attitude that out-Big Brothered George Orwell's Big Brother, and his Newspeak
Don't you see that the whole aim of Newspeak
is to narrow the range of thought?
Their reason is George Orwell newspeak
, in short, meaningless.