Political Rhetoric, late-60s

Unperson who stubbornly refuses to accept behaviour should not be subject to morality, even after threats, mobbing, vilification, and the condemnation of intellectual™ professors.

Although it’s traditionally been with us for 400+ years as a French-pejorative term for overly-religious Normans who were obsessively tied to their beliefs, the contemporary meaning of the word as someone prejudiced against identity groups re-emerged in the 70s and 90s, in magazines such as Face.