How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Piles of Doublespeak

Loyalty Day is most certainly a doubleplusgood idea. Too long have the enemies of the Party laughed at our depressing lack of unity in the face of their opposition. Each Citizen that fails to fly the flag in honor of the party on this day is an enemy of the state, and quite possibly a spy for Emmanuel Goldstein.

I think anyone who doesn't fly the flag proudly on Loyalty Day is almost certainly guilty of providing succor to the enemies of the party, and doesn't understand what it means to be committed to the principles of AmSoc.

So, on this day of days, I ask: where is your flag, Citizen?
Tags: bad ideas, idiots, politics, two minute hate

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