“George Orwell wrote of a society where totalitarianism and repressive regimentation of speech and thought ruled. Few thought his descriptions of “newspeak” would ever actually happen in America.”
(Bill O’Reilly) If you research the city of Berkeley, California, you will learn that it is named after an Irish Catholic bishop, that it is home to about 112,000 people, and that it was the center of the “free-speech” movement during the Vietnam protest years.
So how, then, did Berkeley turn into a fascist enclave? It is a fascinating story.
First of all, if you live in Berkeley you know the prevailing philosophy is far left, politically correct, and not tolerant of opposing points of view.
It’s like living in Burma, not a lot of subtlety. They may call it Myanmar but the country is really just guys with guns telling you what to say and do as you traverse the road to Mandalay.
In Berkeley it’s not guys or guns. It’s a diverse city council enforcing it’s fascist dictums through ordinances and intimidation.
In an unintentional homage to George Orwell’s brilliant 1949 novel “1984,” the Berkeley junta has adopted an ordinance to replace “gendered language” in the city’s municipal code, in effect telling anyone dealing with the city what they can’t say.