The intent to alter the minds of the public through changes made to language illustrates Newspeak perfectly. This strategy was so effective because although many think that freedom and liberty are the ability to do and go where you desire freely, they are wrong. Since when Nineteen Eighty-Four was publishedthe word doublethink has become synonymous with relieving cognitive dissonance by ignoring the contradiction between two world views —or even of deliberately seeking to relieve cognitive dissonance.
When Newspeak dominates the way the population thinks, feels, and acts by instilling Doublethink, people will no longer have a sense of personhood or identity.
Thus, each Party member could be a credulous pawn, but would never lack relevant information.
In order to invoke an affronting force, Newspeak supplements itself with the psychological weapon of Doublethink. When the superficial elements of the Newspeak are closely observed, the insidious intentions are revealed to be a consistent resurrection of the Doublethink phenomenon.
Authors notably George Orwell have created works of fiction as a means of warning to readers about the deadly consequences of absolute power corrupted by the state with the abuse of language as a noteworthy example.
The purpose of Newspeak is not only to be a medium for the ideas and worldview of Ingsoc; it is also meant to make all other ways of thinking impossible and thus remove all heretical thoughts.