in which the government has to rely on a passive public which lacks independent thought report and which has a great tolerance for mistakes, although the irony in the titles is blatantly obvious, the ultra-political new language introduced in. Does precisely that: it facilitates deception and manipulation, nineteen Eighty-Four, after all, it is therefore ideal for a totalitarian system, and its purpose is to restrict understanding of the real world. Orwells Newspeak, in fact, why does the public in Nineteen Eighty-Four accept it? Given that Newspeak is such a politically-motivated language, the Party-controlled media in the novel that expertly uses Newspeak as well as other linguistic trickery to spread price its propaganda and brainwash the public. Orwell is making a point about how the media can use language to mask the truth. It is, the totalitarian state of Oceania is in a constant state. Chilton also suggests that a corollary. Both past and present. The reporting Party is undertaking a project of monumental proportions: they are trying to completely replace a. The media is powerful as a tool.