In the good old days, there was the plain truth.
Now, in the Abbottoir, there's truth and gospel truth.
In the good old days, they were all just taxes.
Now, in the Abbottoir, they might not be taxes. They could be levies... or even... rabbits.
In the good old days, when men in uniform invaded a place and stayed, it was called occupied.
Now, in the Abbottoir, it could be disputed (preferred) or occupied (at a pinch), but Occupied, why that's judgmental at best and anti-Semitic at worst:
"The head of the Palestinian delegation to Canberra, Izzat Abdulhadi, told Guardian Australia that Bishop had explained to the [Arab/Muslim] ambassadors at Thursday's meeting that Brandis had been 'talking about occupied with a capital O as a noun and part of East Jerusalem's name, which the government did not support'. She said she was happy to say East Jerusalem was occupied with a small 'o' as a description." (Ministers set to condemn decision to call East Jerusalem 'disputed', Lenore Taylor, 19/6/14)
Oh, and in the good old days, a foreign minister knew the difference between a noun and an adjective, but now, in the Abbottoir...