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“The first and simplest stage in the discipline, which can be taught even to young children, is called, in Newspeak, crimestop.”
“But in any case an elaborate mental training, undergone in childhood and grouping itself round the Newspeak words crimestop, blackwhite, and doublethink, makes him unwilling and unable to think too deeply on any subject whatever.”
“A list of featured fugitives wanted in the Pikes Peak region is on the Crime Stoppers Web site: www. crimestop.net.”
“To the end of suppressing any unorthodoxy, the [ruling] Party inculcates self-deceptive habits of mind to the inner and outer members, thus crimestop ( "preventive stupidity") halts thinking at the threshold of politically-dangerous thought.”
“It sure sounds like Newman is trying to encourage the practice of crimestop to me.”
“As we’ve seen from the quality of some of these comments, much of what passes for “teacher training” today consists of inculcation of what Newspeak calls “crimestop.””
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