Privilege – A Newspeak Definition

Privilege – A Newspeak Definition

Today we add another term to our Newspeak Dictionary.  In traditional use the term ‘privilege’ is used to describe a special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group of people.

Unfortunately, “privilege” is now used as a Newspeak word in place of ‘achievement’ to belittle and steal from those who work hard and achieve success which violates the Progressive concept of ‘equality of outcomes.’

Thank you to Dr. Thomas Sowell for pointing out this frequent substitution in a recent article

Check out the rest of our Newspeak definitions at Prepography‘s Newspeak, A Modern Political Dictionary.

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