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    MiniTru Agenda for April 2020

    As a bureaucrat who is temporarily serving as Minister of Truth whilst our brave Minister is off oversea's reporting on the status of our brave men and woman fighting for Oceania I do declare that the following shall be the agenda of MiniTru for the month of April.

    New Speak
    We will work on progressing the doubleplusgood newspeak and have it appear in more places around the community. Newspeak is the future of Oceania! Oldspeak is the way of the past of failing governments that did not know how to properly support their people!

    #2
    Oh very good, Interim Minister Roro. Allow me to supply a bit of background on how Newspeak is constructed, for ease of use by our citizens!
    • "Plus–" replaces more and the suffix –er; thus, plusgood replace the English words great and better.
    • "Doubleplus–" replaces plus– to communicate greater intensity.
    • "Ante–" is the prefix that replaces before.
    • "Post–" is the prefix that replaces after.
    • "–ful" transforms any word into an adjective, e.g., "speedful" instead of the English fast, quick, or rapid.
    • "–ed" forms the past tense of a verb by eliminating irregular conjugations, e.g., ran becomes runned and drank becomes drinked.
    • " –wise" transforms any word into an adverb, e.g., quickly becomes speedwise.
    Misdirection is the key to survival, never attack what your enemy defends, never behave as your enemy expects, and never reveal your true strength, if knowledge is power then to be unknown is to be unconquerable.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Zr970 View Post
      Oh very good, Interim Minister Roro. Allow me to supply a bit of background on how Newspeak is constructed, for ease of use by our citizens!
      • "Plus–" replaces more and the suffix –er; thus, plusgood replace the English words great and better.
      • "Doubleplus–" replaces plus– to communicate greater intensity.
      • "Ante–" is the prefix that replaces before.
      • "Post–" is the prefix that replaces after.
      • "–ful" transforms any word into an adjective, e.g., "speedful" instead of the English fast, quick, or rapid.
      • "–ed" forms the past tense of a verb by eliminating irregular conjugations, e.g., ran becomes runned and drank becomes drinked.
      • " –wise" transforms any word into an adverb, e.g., quickly becomes speedwise.
      Perhaps your dedication is more fit for Minister of Truth than roro. You clearly have greater interest in progressing newspeak.
      Sssshhh The Koalas are watching.

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