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May 13 2017

Newspeak Dictionary Update: Suspected Criminals Are Now “Community Members”

Seattle law enforcement officers need to update their copies of the Newspeak Dictionary at once. Suspected criminals are now to be referred to as “community members”:

Sources point to the suspect who shot three officers last month after a downtown Seattle armed robbery. When officers involved in that incident were writing their use of force reports they were required to refer to the shooter, Damarius Butts, as a “community member,” not a suspect, police sources said.

They were going to use the word “citizen” to describe suspected criminals, but that would discriminate against illegal aliens, who comprise a high percentage of criminals I mean “community members” in most cities. Says Seattle Police Chief Operating Officer Brian Maxey, “we don’t know or inquire about citizenship status, so labeling someone a citizen is arbitrary.”

After the community members have found their way to prison, they continue to be referred to with euphemisms:

Last fall, the Washington Department of Corrections stopped calling inmates “offenders” and instead use the term “student.”

“The term ‘offender’ does have a negative connotation and significantly impacts a broad group of people and communities,” Acting DOC Secretary Dick Morgan wrote in an internal department memo, obtained by KIRO 7.

When the terms “community member” and “student” are no longer regarded as sufficiently obsequious toward criminals, the Newspeak Dictionary will need to be updated again. Maybe they will be called SPORSes, or Special Persons Oppressed by the Racist System.

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LEOs, make your updates.

On a tip from Sufferfortribe.



  • Ol’ Uncle Lar

    What the hell is wrong with “Subject” or “Suspect”??

  • SineWaveII

    Aww proggies, just stop this pussy-footing around ( sorry was that triggering?) and just make it a rule that you refer to everyone as “comrade” and be done with it. You know you want to.

  • SineWaveII

    Subject suggests a thing and suspect is too suspicious sounding. ;–)

  • Donald Woodworth

    What does that make a community organizer, a mob boss?

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  • bobdog19006

    Well, it’s Seattle, the California of the Pacific Northwest….

    Logic is optional, but ultimately pointless.

  • bobdog19006

    What was wrong with “convict”?

  • ICEvictim

    Seattle – America’s “Sweden”

  • James McEnanly

    If you keep calling convicts ‘Students’, pretty soon the term ‘Student’ will be synonymous with ‘convict’, which will fade from use, much to the chagrin of any actual students.

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