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In retaliation the majority group feels genocidal and exterminates minorities. The distance between majority and minority often makes citizenship and adherence to the constitution the first casualty. In an Orwellian sense, it creates a feeling that some minorities are more equal than others.
Does 'in an orwellian sense' here mean according to an understanding that is based on the writings of Orwell or what Orwell would have said if he were alive? I am confused how to interpret it. Please help me interpret it.
During and after World War I, the Wilson administration, under the pretext of a Bolshevik threat, launched a “Red Scare” that succeeded in deterring the threat of democracy (in the true sense of the word) while reinforcing “democracy” in the technical Orwellian sense.
That stand is entirely consistent with “democracy” in the Orwellian sense of U.S. usage, just as other measures to exclude “Communists” (another term of Newspeak, referring to anyone who does not accept “democracy”) are considered legitimate, at home as well, including measures of extreme violence in our dependencies.
Does technical Orwellian sense mean the exact Orwellian interpretation and does in the Orwellian sense of U.S. usage mean how USA would interpret what Orwell meant?
Please correct me and help me interpret these.