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Oct 21 2020

Firefox Confirms Newspeak Dictionary Update

Mozilla was quick to force out its CEO Brendan Eich when he was exposed as having donated money to defend marriage. No one must question its commitment to political correctness. That’s why Firefox no longer offers a master password.

The Firefox support page “Use a Master Password to protect stored logins and passwords” now redirects to “Use a Primary Password to protect stored logins and passwords.” Here’s why:

Firefox is removing terminology from the browser that has been identified as derogatory or exclusionary. … ‘Master-slave’ is a metaphor that perpetuates racism. … Deprecating the term Master Password is also in accordance with the “Derogatory Language” section of the Mozilla Community Participation Guidelines.

The proscriptions listed on the Derogatory Language page go on at length. Even emojis can qualify as forbidden vocabulary:

Physical contact or simulated physical contact (such as emojis like “kiss”) without affirmative consent is not acceptable.

There is a hotline to report violations of the speech code.

In the war on language, the liberal media establishment is allied with Big Tech. CNN has determined that the term “master bedroom” is racist.

Derogatory language can always be found, so long as you look hard enough. The thought police will keep finding it until there is only one word left in the Newspeak Dictionary. Then it will be discovered that even the word “obey” is racist, and we won’t be allowed to use language at all. Only nonlinguistic whimpers of compliance will be permitted.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.

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