confused language

See: jargon
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The new movement, however, is something else entirely, a mishmash of confused language and sloppy history that has less to do with ending special privileges than with restricting freedom of association and freedom of speech, for individuals as well as corporate bodies.
For example, Pinker does not report that Irving Janis's research confirms Orwell's point in Politics and the English Language: confused language and foolish thinking do make each other worse, do help cause foolish and destructive acts (but we can reverse this process by using language clearly and by asking questions).