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Compelled Speech is a Communist Control Tactic

One tactic used in Mao’s China and Stalin’s Russia was manipulating language.  
For example,1949 marked the start of nationwide linguistic engineering in China, suppressing words Communists didn’t want you to say, and introducing words people were forced to use – or be ostracized, or even jailed.
It was so bad in Russia that the language was often referred to as a monologue, because no discussion or debate was allowed that challenged the government’s narrative.
Sound familiar?
Psychologist Jordan Peterson was found guilty of Professional Misconduct in Canada because of the words he chooses to use – or not use.
Thankfully, Peterson is appealing the case, and says he’s not going to give the hyenas any bones.
Popular author J.K. Rowling is also against this communist tactic, saying, “I’ll happily do two years if the alternative is compelled speech.” And, “Bring on the court case – it’ll be more fun than I’ve ever had on the red carpet.”
For sure, the tactic is Communist. This pushback needs to occur.

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