Aphorisms and Neologisms of Trevor Poulton

APHORISMS AND NEOLOGISMS OF TREVOR POULTON

 

Aphorisms written between 2011 and 2018, with some being extracted from the novel, The Holocaust Denier published in 2012.

 

I quote myself ordinarily.

 

Without the right to question what remains is indoctrination.

 

Freedom of speech means allowing others to have a say.

 

Guilt Trip + Public Atonement = Political Correctness

 

Oneness is the ideology of a world run by machines.

 

With less privacy there is less room for free speech.

 

Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act invites a culture of hypocrisy and hysterical oppressiveness.

 

Privacy has Gone - at least Secure Free Speech. Think about it.

 

Our Humanity is crafted out of the living we do and the laws we make, not a charter of human rights.

 

Have no fear of words over here. (2019) 

 

The idea of success is often too much to bear. Just ask Judas.

 

The egotistical pessimist steps in to take control seeking to add to the story and achieves what good?

 

Political Correctness is a guilt-producing social control business.

 

The Killer European is heading towards extinction.

 

Human biodiversity is the key to cultural diversity.

 

Nietzsche proclaimed God is Dead. I proclaim Analytic Philosophy is Dead. (2011)

 

Let Statues Be.

 

It does not matter what truths you discover in life, it’s what you do with the truth.

 

Think less Global and more Local otherwise you will go mad.

 

Clarity is the key to human communication. If there is clarity there can be justice.

 

In politics all the friends are taken.

 

The mystery of the universe is that evil has limited resources.

 

The world was not created to be saved only people.

 

One would have to be very powerful to reach God through ones concept of oneself.

 

Jesus’s miracle is God’s creation of a pathway to God.

 

Jesus was two thousand and eighteen years ahead of his time. A miracle.

 

You’ve got to have more than one reason for doing things, more than one motive, otherwise you go down.

 

The earth has become small which makes the earth too easy to change.

 

We blind ourselves to the truth about ourselves to make ourselves feel good.

 

Correctspeakers do not appreciate others introducing moral concepts into a debate where the moral imperatives do not align with their own.

 

Every woman loves a fascist!

 

An end to the inhospitable era of the Correctspeakers is looming. Free Speech is again beginning its ascendancy in the Western World.

 

Faith is the director of truth.

 

Fate is shaped by the hands of faith.

 

Faith is shaped by the hands of fate.

 

Once I only had a shadow but now I have a dog and two shadows.

 

Loneliness is no longer a virtue of my desperation.

 

In the end atheists are time wasters.

 

Men are hard on the outside but soft on the inside, while women are soft on the outside but hard on the inside. The truth is men wallow in pain.

 

A fool lets his humour play tricks on him. A wit plays tricks on his humour.

 

The test for Freedom of Speech should not be the view that is expressed, but the manner and context in which the view is expressed.

 Created in 2019

"Canberra of Good News" - Australia's capitol city, the meeting place of the federal parliament, and the far- right, and the far-centre, and the far-left. (22/4/19)

 

Have no fear of words over here. 

 

It's a wonder that you're even allowed to eat!

 

TREVOR POULTON'S "POLITICAL CORRECT LEXICON" - Neologisms (new words) and new expressions  


'Correctspeak' - means language that is manipulated to give rise to feelings of guilt followed by the need for public atonement, in order to control social values, personal and public communication, and political activity. 

Correctspeak is the language of political correctness.  (Trevor Poulton 2008) Guilt Trip + Public Atonement = Political Correctness (formulated by Trevor Poulton 2018) 

Correctspeak is distinguished from George Orwell’s Newspeak which is controlled language, with restricted grammar and limited vocabulary, designed to limit freedom of thought.

'Political Correct Tactics' - Correctspeak is typically employed strategically as a political correct tactic to achieve personal, social, financial and political outcomes.' (1/4/2019)

 Also:
Incorrectspeak
Correctspeaker
Incorrectspeaker

[i]    ‘Neo-Aussie’ – neologism  of Trevor Poulton (2018) - means a person who identifies him or herself as Australian and supports social or political movements seeking to maintain traditional Anglo-Australian values and beliefs, including sustaining a predominantly white European population. The neologism also seeks to resolve the often frivolous or disengaging use of the label 'Neo-Nazi' that nowadays means many things to many people, and is often meant just as a derogatory term to silence debate.

[ii]    'Guilt Trip + Public Atonement = Political Correctness' (formulated by Trevor Poulton 2018)        
 
'Political Correct Thriller' - a suggested new genre of fiction writing in which political correct strategies of inducing guilt and public atonement are utilized to produce sinister outcomes.  It shall include drama and satire. (Trevor Poulton 6/5/19)

Aphorism of Trevor Poulton (2014) - 'Without the right to question, what remains is indoctrination.'

'Far-Centre' -  the out of touch inward looking extemist centre of politics wedged between the right and the left (2018). 

'Equanity' (equal quantity) viz-a-viz Equality (equal quality) (1985)

 

Extract from the novel 'The Holocaust Denier' by Trevor Poulton (published  Amazon 2012) 

https://www.amazon.com/Holocaust-Denier-Trevor-Poulton/dp/1467967580

"Modern conversations that have a political or ethical reference are often distorted by what I call ‘Correctspeak’. It has a more significant connotation than Orwell’s ‘Newspeak’ because ‘Correctspeak’ comes just as much from within as without. It is language manipulated by guilt. It’s applied most insidiously in democratic multicultural countries. Multiculturalism could not survive without political correctness which exploits feelings of guilt. Watch how people melt away from you if you say something that is not politically correct. Test the theory in a checkout queue at Coles New World or in the foyer of the National Gallery of Victoria…"
- (quote from Erin Kubizek, a character in novel 'The Holocuast Denier' - 2012)