You Will Be Amazed By the 2 Words Oxford University Press Has Banned From Their Books [VIDEO]

Some people claim that liberals and liberal establishments are bending over backward for Muslims.  That is most certainly not true.  They are bending over forward for Muslims.  British citizens be damned.  The Oxford University Press, an arm of the formerly prestigious Oxford University is banning two words and any words that can be associated to them.  Those words are pig and pork and by extension ham, sausage and ham hocks.  Where and when does this madness end?

George Orwell in 1984 warned of the minimizing effect of totalitarianism on the English language, fictionally known as Newspeak. By reducing the number of words in the language, the state is able to limit and control the expression of thought in words.

The Oxford University Press apparently has caught onto the revisionist trend in British vocabulary for the stated purpose of not offending Muslims — Britain’s fastest growing minority.

The words “pig” and “pork” are now banned in OUP publications, along with anything else that can be perceived as pig related.

Do you like bacon?  Then you are a racist.

The publisher’s reasoning is as follows:

“Many of the educational (doctrinaire, our word) materials we publish in the UK are sold in more than 150 countries, and as such, they need to consider a range of cultural differences and sensitivities … our editorial guidelines are intended to help ensure that the resources that we produce can be disseminated to the widest possible audience.”

The politically correct high-brows at the OUP are guilty of the politics of capitulation through the culture-producing vehicle of language. It’s not about Muslims assimilating into British culture, it’s about Britons assimilating into the Muslim society to come, courtesy of the cultural quislings in the UK government.

One wonders if the sense and sensibilities of the OUP include not offending native Britons who happen to be white and Christian and who prefer the taste of ham and bacon to lamb and falafel.

H/T US Herald

Steven Ahle

I have been the editor and writer for Red Statements and The PC Graveyard. Won the 2014 FJN Journalist of the Year Award. Author of six fiction books available on "I am a troll bridge. You can cross me but you will pay the price"

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