1. Hear a legitimate statement of fact or a reasonable question that contradicts the dogma you are required to believe.
2. Say “no it isn’t” and then say the complete opposite as if it were absolute fact and common knowledge.
3. Ignore the fact that you’ve completely trampled on someone else’s brain and made them feel confused and stupid for asking a legitimate question.
4. Distract from the real issue at hand with a lot of data that is too vague to be useful.
5. Train yourself not to be aware that you are following steps 1-4.
6. For advanced doublethink, become unaware that you are training yourself at all.
For a working example, just read how David L. Draut does it. It’s a textbook study!