If you say what you want, “they” will use it against you.
The solution is to not say what you want.
If you think what you want, “they” will use it against you.
The solution is to not think what you want.
In the background, sideground, foreground and other ground, diverse conditionings to be paired with thought reform, with information collected in the process serving to do the same, perhaps more “effectively.”
So, for your interest, do not say what you want, or even think what you want.
It will work out well.
(For example, if you talk about what you stand up for, this will provide an opportunity for others to develop propaganda against it. Therefore, the best way to stand up for what you stand up for is to sit down. Maybe roll over too while you’re at it.)