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Jan 11 2023

“Field” Struck From Newspeak Dictionary

Fields are where some slaves worked in the early nineteenth century. Consequently, the word “field” has been struck from the Newspeak Dictionary by the University of Southern California:

USC’s Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work said the change was critical to support anti-racist social work and inclusivity.

If you want to see how moonbatty moonbattery can get, a school of social work in California would be good place to start.

The department specifically decided to remove the word “field” from its curriculum and replace it with “practicum,” according to the letter, which was dated Jan. 9 and shared to Twitter.

Before long, moonbats will speak a separate dialect, consisting entirely of stilted terms like “practicum.” As it becomes increasingly incomprehensible to normal Americans, it will qualify as a foreign language.

The letter continued: “Language can be powerful, and phrases such as ‘going into the field’ or ‘field work’ maybe have connotations for descendants of slavery and immigrant workers that are not benign.”

Belief in the power of language is at the core of the moonbat religion. It is grounded in postmodernism, which explicitly deprecates reality in favor of a contrived pseudo-reality created by language in order to achieve power. This is the reason the Newspeak Dictionary gets shorter each day.

USC says they are joining other universities across the nation in making changes to their institution to “honor and acknowledge inclusion and reject white supremacy, anti-immigrant and anti-blackness ideologies.”

Social work isn’t about social work any more than universities are about learning. Everything controlled by leftists is about ideology.

Eric Utter wonders how far the thought police will take the new ban on the word “field”:

If “field” is verboten, we will have to rename baseball positions and parks. No more “center field” or “Wrigley Field,” etc. Football’s “field goal” will have to give way to a different term. Entire cities must be renamed. So much for “Bakersfield” and “Springfield,” for example. And, sorry Mrs. Fields, but your cookie outlets will have to be rebranded. Hope the cost of doing so isn’t prohibitive, but, racism, you know. The Beatle’s iconic “Strawberry Fields Forever?” Ash heap of history. Maybe “Strawberry Practicum Forever.”

Maybe old uses of the word “field” will be grandfathered in, like the forbidden word in United Negro College Fund.

On tips from Ed McAninch, Mr. Freemarket, Jack D, and Wiggins.


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2 Responses to ““Field” Struck From Newspeak Dictionary”

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