1984 Tried To Warn You

Moon
11 May 202350:04

Summary

TLDRThe video explores the dystopian world of George Orwell's masterpiece 1984, drawing chilling parallels to modern society's increasing repression, propaganda, and control by elite organizations. It analyzes how governments rewrite reality to suit their agendas, exploiting technology to monitor citizens and condition obedience. However, with civilizational decline looming as people become more depressed and atomized, the video sees signs of an impending backlash towards individualism and empowerment. Ultimately, it argues we must reject poisonous cultural narratives, reclaim our minds, and trust our intuition to take back control of our lives.

Takeaways

  • 😱 The world depicted in 1984 is one of totalitarian control by the Party over every aspect of life, using propaganda, surveillance, language manipulation, and torture.
  • 😢 People in 1984 society lead lonely, isolated lives without meaning or purpose as insignificant cogs in an uncaring system.
  • 👀 Big Brother represents the pervasive control and forced love for the totalitarian system that dominates society.
  • 🤔 O'Brien appears supportive of resistance efforts but ultimately manipulates and breaks Winston in service of Big Brother.
  • 💔 Winston and Julia find temporary love and freedom but are eventually captured, tortured and forced to betray each other.
  • 😠 The endless war between the 3 superstates serves to control resources, maintain power over populations and justify repression.
  • 👥 The societal habitus in 1984 has been severely twisted by the Party to poison values and morality.
  • 😨 Modern society shows strong parallels to 1984 with propaganda, censorship, language manipulation, cancel culture and increasing corporate/state control.
  • 🙏 The Book of Job provides an allegory for facing suffering consciously to grow in strength and character.
  • 👆 Rejecting the narratives and lies of the powerful elite can help individuals take back control of their lives and minds.

Q & A

  • What is the central theme and message of the video?

    -The central theme is how modern society is becoming increasingly totalitarian and repressive like the world depicted in George Orwell's novel 1984. The message is that we must reject this control, think independently, and regain our freedom and dignity.

  • How does the video connect 1984 to current events and society?

    -It draws many parallels between the totalitarian world of 1984 and current trends like censorship, propaganda, the manipulation of language, wealth inequality, the promotion of shallow values, and shadowy elite organizations influencing government policy.

  • What is doublethink and how does the video relate it to modern society?

    -Doublethink is simultaneously believing in two contradictory ideas or facts. The video gives examples like establishment figures claiming to support free speech while censoring criticism, and changing who the enemy country is in a war.

  • How does the video explain the formation of repressive governments?

    -It references the philosopher Thomas Hobbes, who argued that people willingly surrender their freedom to an authoritarian ruler in order to have security and escape the fear and chaos of living without a strong government.

  • What is social habitus and what is wrong with it today?

    -Social habitus refers to the unspoken assumptions and codes of behavior in a society. The video argues that today's habitus has become twisted by elites who promote shallow consumerist values instead of virtue, knowledge, and human dignity.

  • How does the story of Job provide a solution to repression?

    -The video interprets it as an allegory that we must confront suffering and difficulty in order to spiritually grow rather than retreating into unconsciousness. This builds the strength to challenge illegitimate authority.

  • What is the role of the individual contrasted with Big Brother?

    -Big Brother demands absolute, unthinking conformity and obedience. The video argues individuals must cultivate their dignity, creativity, intuition, and ability to think independently in order to resist authoritarian control.

  • What is the Great Reset and what threat does it pose?

    -The Great Reset is an initiative by the World Economic Forum to reshape policy and economies. The video sees it as a power grab by corporate elites that threatens liberty and democratic accountability.

  • How does the pendulum swing back towards authoritarianism?

    -As civilizations enter a period of decline, social divisions worsen, institutions weaken, extremism rises, and rulers attempt to consolidate power - creating a feedback loop towards totalitarianism.

  • What must we do to avoid 1984 and reclaim freedom?

    -We must distrust and disobey illegitimate elite narratives and control. Instead we must think independently, determine our own values, embrace difficulty and knowledge, and regain our dignity and self-mastery.

Outlines

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😧 The dystopian world of 1984

Paragraph 1 introduces the dystopian world depicted in George Orwell's novel 1984. It describes a totalitarian society where people are constantly watched, information is tightly controlled, propaganda is widespread, and citizens are repressed and isolated. The predictions from the novel have largely come true in modern society.

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🚨 Our society is close to 1984

Paragraph 2 explains how our current society is frighteningly close to the totalitarian world of 1984. Governments and institutions are increasingly controlling information, censoring dissent, and manipulating people. We are steadily progressing towards repression.

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🤝 Secret relationship amidst oppression

Paragraph 3 shows the main characters Winston and Julia secretly engaging in a forbidden relationship, finding momentary escape from the party's control. This continues successfully until they are eventually discovered by the thought police.

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🌎 The geopolitics of 1984

Paragraph 4 provides background on the global political landscape in 1984. The world is dominated by 3 totalitarian superstates constantly at war to control resources and keep their populations in poverty. Their ideologies are similar and war exists purely to maintain power.

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😵‍💫 Our hollow culture and habitat

Paragraph 5 examines how the twisted value system and culture (habitus) of elites has corrupted society's habits and norms. Our culture now values superficiality and greed, pushing propaganda and distractions to keep the masses numbed and compliant.

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🤔 Understanding totalitarian origins

Paragraph 6 traces the philosophical roots of totalitarian societies, drawing on Thomas Hobbes' ideas of an absolute ruler bringing order out of chaos. However benevolent dictatorships inevitably become corrupted oligarchies like in 1984.

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☠️ The downfall of Western culture

Paragraph 7 shows how our failing societal habitat is fracturing further as we enter a period of civilizational transition and collapse. Governments will cling to power whilst restricting freedoms and worsening living standards.

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😤 The inevitable changing of the guard

Paragraph 8 examines the cyclical nature of rising and falling civilizations throughout history. We are at the tipping point of transition from US to China dominance. This will strain our current societal habitat to breaking point.

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🙏 Finding meaning amidst the chaos

Paragraph 9 explores the profound message from the Biblical Book of Job about finding purpose despite adversity. We must face the painful realities of the world to grow in consciousness and elevate above suffering.

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⚔️ Overcoming 1984 with individualism

Paragraph 10 concludes that resisting societal toxicity requires rejecting poisonous cultural narratives and developing your individual intuitive mind. This is the solution to 1984 and the key to unlocking human potential.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡totalitarianism

A form of government with absolute control over people's lives. The video explores how modern society is moving closer to the totalitarian world depicted in 1984, with increasing government surveillance and censorship. Examples from the script include social media sites working with government agencies to censor information.

💡propaganda

Information designed to mislead or manipulate people to support certain ideals or agendas. The video analyzes how propaganda is used by rulers in 1984 and similarly by powerful groups today to control narratives. For example, media outlets claiming there's no proof of links between governments and the World Economic Forum.

💡hegemony

Domination of one group over society, often indirectly through cultural norms and assumptions that support their power. The video suggests today's elites promote consumerism and greed so people don't question the failing system.

💡World Economic Forum (WEF)

Unelected global organization setting economic/political agendas adopted by governments, promoting things like lockdowns and reduced private property the video says restrict freedom and consolidate elite control.

💡The Great Reset

WEF plan for post-COVID world involving reduced private property and surveillance-based social credit scores, which the video warns will increase centralized control over populations.

💡digital currency

Upcoming form of centralized, trackable currency video says will let governments easily cut off access to money for dissidents, expanding authoritarian control.

💡atomization

Social isolation and loneliness resulting from cultural/societal breakdown. Video explores how today's twisted value systems are causing personal atomization, depression.

💡Doublethink

Simultaneously accepting contradictory beliefs through absolute trust in authority. Video analyzes doublethink as central tactic in 1984 and similarly today for elites to control information/reality.

💡The Book of Job

Biblical story about retaining personal morality and growth despite adversity. Video uses Job's journey and conscious awakening as metaphor for solution to totalitarianism - becoming more awake.

💡Great Transition

Imminent global shift as cracks appear in current failing system. Video suggests rise in self-improvement shows spirit of growth nearing to empower individuals.

Highlights

The movie introduces the concept of thoughtcrime - the act of going against the ideology of the ruling Party, even in one's thoughts

The Party enforces control through the Thought Police, using surveillance and undercover agents to root out dissent

The world of 1984 operates on a 'habitus' - shared assumptions that underpin society but are rarely examined

Winston wants everyone corrupt as a response to the tyranny of his society - everything seen as good is turned on its head

The rise of consumerism and focus on material wealth is used to keep people distracted and numbed to societal problems

Current society praises superficial celebrity, propagating a 'twisted habitus' focused solely on greed and image

Winston and Julia live separate from the 'habitus' of their society, but know their time enjoying freedom is limited

The three superstates in 1984 engage in endless war, not to win but to sap resources and maintain totalitarian control

O'Brien educates Winston on doublethink - wholly believing in contradictory 'facts' to maintain the Party's control

Room 101 houses each victim's worst fears; for Winston, it is rats - his final betrayal seals his fate as a broken puppet

Central bank digital currencies would give governments control to track all spending and cut off access if one steps out of line

As cracks appear in the 'habitus', society becomes more deranged until a pendulum swing back towards traditionalism

The Book of Job suggests facing darkness and adversity head-on leads to growth - the true solution to 1984 tyranny

Prayer and intuition represent trusting in your mind to become the better person, enacting the spirit of growth

Rejecting narratives and propaganda frees the mind - taking back control and embracing the chaos necessary to grow

Transcripts

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imagine if you lived in a world where

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you were constantly watched a world

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where everything is controlled by the

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elite where you're bombarded with

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non-stop propaganda a world where

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everyone's repressed lonely and isolated

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existing as one insignificant Cog in an

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incomprehensible machine this is the

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chilling vision of the future that

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George Orwell put forward in his

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Masterpiece 1984 and does it sound

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familiar it's no coincidence that his

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predictions have come true nearly every

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single way in our modern society today

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so let's take a deep dive into the story

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of 1984 to learn how you're being

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controlled and if you can ever break

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free

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now the movie begins with a quotes from

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the iconic book that it was adapted from

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who controls the past controls the

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future who controls the present controls

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the past and this sets the stage and

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then without delay we are then shown the

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iconic shots of a crowd of people

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staring a propaganda presented by the

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party the party is the shadowy

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government which controls every aspect

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of life through the ideology in sock the

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basic principle is to control

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information so tightly that every aspect

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of life is dictated and controlled by

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the party absolute obedience is expected

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down to rejecting basic facts about life

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and even your own thoughts and memories

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on the screen a video player is creating

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an idyllic image of the country that the

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West has become all under this

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totalitarian rule Oceano this is one of

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the three super states which make up the

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world of 1984 with control over the

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Americas Britain Australia and some

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parts of Africa and this is when we're

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introduced to the concept of big brother

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and a man named Goldstein who attempts

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to persuade the people of Oceana that

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they are being duped but despite the

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truth and what he's saying is drowned

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out by shouts from the audience Eng sock

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has conditioned them to reject the truth

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entirely which is the point they don't

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even want to hear it throughout the

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demonstration you can see the enzux

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salutes something that was borrowed from

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historical totalitarian regimes and

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after this propaganda video reaches his

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climax the crowd is pacified by the

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symbol of insock alongside the face of

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Big Brother

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it's off to us that we're introduced to

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our main character Winston Smith who is

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working in an office cubicle for the

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ministry of Truth his job is to add up

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past broadcast to reflect the current

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reality that they're pushing so if the

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sugar ration has been reduced from last

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year he will then edit last year's paper

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to imply that it actually went up

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instead and then once he's finished with

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his day's work Winston makes his way

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back home where propaganda is already

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being played in this house this time

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it's a man being shamed for falling

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under goldstein's influence the man has

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been charged for attempting to persuade

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the public that they're not out of war

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with Eurasia but rather East Asia this

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information control and Erasure is

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Central to Big Brother's control of the

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people as over time the party has

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Rewritten reality to suit their needs

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now Winston is a key part of this

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process but obviously this brings up

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contradictions and that's where the

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concept of double thing comes in the

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idea of wholeheartedly believing in two

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separate contradictory facts one of the

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examples they give in the novel is the

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simultaneous belief that the party is a

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Bastion of democracy and also that

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democracy is impossible and it's through

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this concept that party rewrites reality

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replacing it with an illusion of their

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own creation and this is the

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all-encompassing lie that maintains 1984

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Society it's only through everyone

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believing it that it becomes real but

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this concept of a world founded on

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fiction isn't something that Orwell

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created all by himself instead this is

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something that's very real and has been

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observed throughout history thousands of

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years ago Plato wrote some of the first

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recorded philosophy on this concept

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through what he called the noble lie

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where people know their place in society

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through their belief in an entirely

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fictional story about the society's

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origin the detail is unimportant so long

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as it gives justification for the social

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order and this gives people a reason to

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accept how the world is and that their

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equal man is somehow better or worse

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than him and we see this today when our

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own version of Big Brothers is one thing

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and then means another like when the

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establishment media politicians and

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World economic Forum claim to be working

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for freedom of free speech also while

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doing everything they can to bully and

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sense of all criticism into silence and

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there are just countless examples of

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this like when the fattest most

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grotesque politicians of them all kind

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of their promoting health and this

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concept has evolved over time as people

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realize that all of society's

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institutions are built upon a necessary

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fiction and this is known as the

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habitators it's the value you need to

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see through for society to make sense

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now the concept is similar to the noble

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lie but the habitus goes much deeper you

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see throughout your life you were

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influenced by your environment and your

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interactions with other people and these

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combined with your personality create

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your view of the world and it's in this

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way that you buy into the habitats the

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shared societal illusion of how the

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world should be you were socialized into

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the habitus it's come down from above

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and everyone else around you believes in

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it the habitus is the social contract

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between you your fellow man and the

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government and this will determines your

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culture it's what determines all the

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societal Trends around you and therefore

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also decides the rules of society and

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this stretches to everything our ideas

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of beauty what's seen as valuable what

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scene is even right and wrong but

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because it's influenced by the

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environment and how people treat each

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other the habitat is always changing to

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reflect this and the world of 1984

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operates on a habitus

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the problem with the 1984 habitats is

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that it's been cracked at the top and

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severely deformed and because it's been

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poisoned at the top it's trickled down

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into all elements of society and this is

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why 1984 is so scary in fact 1984 is far

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more unsettling than any dumb horror

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film because it's so realistic we all

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instinctively know what the future could

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be like because we're so close to it

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today our society that we live in right

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now is just a few steps away from

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totalitarianism and Orwell was trying to

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warn us of all of this because

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throughout the story we're gonna see

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exactly how the party has brought the

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habitus and society and how it's

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affected everyone within the society so

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getting straight back into the story and

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we see Winston sitting alone in his

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decrepit department and it's here after

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lighting a cigarette that Winston

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introduces us the concept of thought

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crime now thought crime is the act of

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going against the habitators of the

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world even in your deepest thoughts just

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considering Rebellion is already

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Rebellion because it's something outside

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of the party's reality the party

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enforces us through the thought police a

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secret organization which uses inform

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moment surveillance and undercover

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agents to root out anyone who even

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thinks about rebelling and as the

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propaganda continues playing in the

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background on the ever-present screen

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Winston lifts a brick from his house and

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uncovers his journal something that's

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definitely banned in the world he lives

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in and it's in this journal that Winston

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reminisce is about a world where

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thoughts was free a time where Minds

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weren't controlled by Big Brother and

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the thought police and by doing this

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he's already become a thought criminal

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just through his own memories and upon

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waking up the next day Winston is then

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subjected to a mandatory exercise

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routine in front of his television to

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which he is signaled out for not

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performing adequately Winston and half

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heartily waves the in-soc hand signal

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and makes his way to work and that's

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when he treats the even more propaganda

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playing on the television during lunch

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hour however what instead catches the

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eye of Winston as a young woman staring

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at him Winston then sits down and begins

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eating his meal when one of his

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colleagues comments on the new shortened

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dictionary and how positive the

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destructions of word really is Newspeak

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as they call it is a new language

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invented by the party that reduces

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English to its Bare Essentials where

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controversial words are removed meaning

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that if it works then Rebellion will be

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possible because it won't even be able

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to be considered the wires just won't

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exist for it back at work Winston then

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continues his job at the ministry of

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Truth this time on personally someone

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now when personing is the act of

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essentially removing someone from

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history and replacing them with someone

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else and this is just one of the many

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aspects of 1984 which has its roots in

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previous autocracies now in this Orwell

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was specifically alluding to Stalin's

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dictatorship where this was an extremely

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common practice enemies of the state or

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rather enemies are Stalin wouldn't just

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be executed every mention of their name

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and even their image and photographs was

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erased completely removing them from

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history however this practice of course

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hasn't died out the Chinese government

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for example was Infamous for

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disappearing anyone they don't like Jack

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ma the CEO of Alibaba essentially

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disappeared from public view after

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making economic suggestions that would

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shift power away from the Chinese

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Communist party and today he's all but

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vanished from the public eye spending

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his time in EXO under constant

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surveillance but we're not just talking

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about China this is happening all over

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the West when anyone who speaks out

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against the agenda set in place by

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Western governments they are then often

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censored or bullied into silence whether

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it be Julian Assange or Edward Snowden

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talking about the government's crimes or

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any other supposed Thor criminal who's

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been canceled on social media for

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talking about covert and its Origins

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anything deemed a thought crime a new

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can be canceled immediately I mean it's

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gone to the point now where FBI and

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other government intelligence agencies

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are infiltrating and working in

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conjunction with all the big social

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media sites and once they have control

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of sites like Twitter they can then

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censor any narrative they don't like

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Shadow Banning or completely deleting

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people from the sites but it's not just

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social media companies now even

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companies like uber PayPal and even

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Airbnb can ban you for having the wrong

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opinions online and then over in China

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is their Infamous social credit system

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the basic idea is for each person to be

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assigned a personal score based on how

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trustworthy they are according to the

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Chinese government certain things can

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increase your score like making a social

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media post praising the governments but

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on the other hand things like getting

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into debt buying too many video games

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reading the Bible or criticizing the

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government deducts points from your

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score and if your score Falls too low

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then CCP will then severity reduce your

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already restricted freedoms as people

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with a low score can have trouble buying

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train or even plane tickets some people

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have even had their pets taken away from

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them with one student even being denied

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a place at University because his father

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had a low score for now the system has

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only been put into practice by some

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scattered Regional governments but it

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won't be that way for very long and

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recently GC being pushed through new

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laws to lay the groundwork meaning that

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a nationwide social credit system is

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just a few years away I mean recently

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it's gotten so bad in China that a new

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law just passed which means that farmers

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can only plant the crops the government

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approves of and the personal planting of

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vegetables like beans melons squashes in

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your front or backyard is now strictly

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forbidden and in the west we're also

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seeing a gradual progression of

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repression which is exactly what George

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Orwell feared so after he finishes with

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his work for the day Winston makes his

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way to an antique store in the slum

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districts of London and meets the owner

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who sold him his journal he buys a coral

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figurine tapes with glass and makes his

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way out of the store where he meets the

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same woman who was staring at him during

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lunch the woman continues looking at him

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ominously going into the proletaria

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zones in London something that is

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forbidden by the party she could sell

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them out and so Winston considers

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killing her back at his apartment

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coincidentally enough though the two see

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each other the very next day in an

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underpass the woman stumbles and forced

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the ground but quickly makes her way

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back on her feet secretly as he's

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helping her the woman hands Winston a

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note before leaving at work Winston

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unveils the notes Anna reads I love you

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along with a meet-up location on the

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back side seemingly without a second

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thought Winston tosses the notes into

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the incinerator and we transition back

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to his apartment but Winston is fixing

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his neighbor's train at the behest of

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his neighbor's wife at the apartment one

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of the neighbor's children loudly

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accuses him of being a Thor criminal

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obviously this makes Winston very

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nervous it's an accusation which can

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lead to death and suffering and is

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coincidentally true but both of the

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others ignore it it's just the result of

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Youth indoctrination however it's true

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or the same luckily before the

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confrontation go any further though and

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use flasher interrupts the engagement

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the announcement states that the war

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with Eurasia is reaching an end but with

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how the flow of information Works in a

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totalitarian state who can really say

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this the case and it's afterwards we see

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a mobile citizens cheering on executions

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playing from the television along with a

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bunch of Eurasian prisoners being

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escorted to their impending death

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Winston is among this crowd along with a

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mysterious woman who hands for instance

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another note she is relying on him to

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destroy it Winston abides and says that

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he will finally meet her at the drop

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points taking a train to the destination

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on the train ride a band of children are

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then singing a propaganda song where

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they pledge lower Devotion to the state

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and to die with dignity and as in these

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two scenes where we see a worrying

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aspect of the world in 1994 the party

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only came to power just a few decades

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ago but the new generation of completely

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indoctrinated children is already

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approaching adulthood in the novel

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Winston notes that the children are the

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most dogmatic and fanatic supporters of

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Big Brother growing up in the system

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means their habitus is completely under

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the control of governments one day the

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last people who can remember the old war

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like Winston will die leaving no one

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left who knows anything outside of the

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state's control a truly terrifying

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thought and so once Winston exits on a

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stop we see our first glimpse of nature

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in the movie this change of scenery is a

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stock contrast the industrial

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environment that the majority of Oceana

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besides in Winston is now out in the

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forest and looking for the drop points

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until he hears a twig snap behind him

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it's the woman and she has been

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following him the whole time when the

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two get to a scheduled hiding place it's

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here where we get an insight into

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Winston's world view after learning that

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the woman has done this exact stun with

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hundreds of men Winston states that he

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hates goodness and doesn't want virtue

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to exist anywhere I hate purity

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hate goodness

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I don't want virtue to exist anywhere I

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want everyone corrupt well I ought to

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suit you there

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Winston wants everyone corrupted much to

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the Delight of the women this state of

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mind is a direct response to the tyranny

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of Winston Society meaning that

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everything the party in the harbor to

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sees as good is turned on his head and

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because of this overwhelming level of

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control in the society all Winston

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really wants to do is yell to

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all the lies slung at him but most of

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the things that Winston thinks are bad

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or corrupted just aren't the normal

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parts of life which the party sees as a

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threat to their Authority and therefore

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it's outlawed it's part of the tactic of

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keeping the people impoverished and

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uneducated as this makes them far easier

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to control because real education and

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economic Prosperity are the two worst

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things for Big Brother as they're not

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trying to Enlighten you or save your

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soul it's all about control the more you

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commit to their ideology the more they

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can poison your soul and that's why in

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the book Orwell writes every record has

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been destroyed or failed every book

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Rewritten every picture repainted every

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statue in Street building has been

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renamed every date has been altered it's

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a beautiful thing the destruction of

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words and today in our own world with

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sing a very similar process unfold you

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see things as simple as children's books

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I'm talking raw doll books and now being

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pushed through a demented Purity filter

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where all bad words or paragraphs are

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now being Rewritten whereas like which

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has it been turned to hags fat turned to

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ginormous black person to Dark Cloud

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Mentor Cloud people entire sections of

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these children books are being Rewritten

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to eliminate any wrong thing and this

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isn't just children's books this is

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happening throughout all genres raw dose

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is the most egregious example of this

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but it doesn't even stop there because

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even a recent UK government-backed

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report has now claimed that reading

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George Orwell's 1984 is a sign of quote

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extremism so Western governments are now

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characterizing people who read 1984 as

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potential enemies of the state and this

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isn't just happening with words we're

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also seeing this in the same form of

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economic control as we're all familiar

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with the past few decades have seen

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enormous inequality that has steadily

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risen over the last 40 years which is

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why by 2019 the world's richest 26

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people earned more wealth than the

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poorest 50 percent but then after covert

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the biggest wealth transfer in history

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occurred now to put under scale how big

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this wealth transfer truly was we have

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to look at the stats in early 2020

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before covert began billionaires alone

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as just people owned two percent of

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total Global wealth and this is only

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including publicly available information

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but just a year later and this number

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was now 3.5

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1.5 percent more of the total Global

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wealth has gone to just billionaires

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alone all in a single year and the

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result of this is ginormous wealth for

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the top Elites and a never-ending

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hamster wheel for the masses where you

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can never control your own money where

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you never own anything where you have no

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property land or assets or even any

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Prospect of owning these things in the

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future just continually renting

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everything with nothing to your name

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because in the last couple years as

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wages have stagnated the cost of

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everything around you has gone up

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exponentially only continue to go up and

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up while your income starts to shrink

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and so it was no surprise that as this

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great wealth transfer unfolded

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throughout the economic Forum unveiled

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their new plan the great reset now for

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those of you unaware the world economic

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forum is a Priestly class of people

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mixed up of global leaders rural

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families BlackRock the world's biggest

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companies the biggest banks the biggest

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pharmaceutical companies mainstream

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media outlets and the top celebrities

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pretty much a culmination of the world's

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most powerful people and these are the

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people who create agendas and policies

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that are then adopted by organizations

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such as the UN World Bank IMF and

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National governments and this private

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organization has no Democratic votes and

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yet it is quite clearly one of the most

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powerful organizations the world has

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ever seen not just affecting the west

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but also Russia and China so when they

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unveiled their plan for a great reset

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this marked a new chapter in human

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history and the leader of this

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organization is Klaus Schwab who claimed

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the great reset would provide a unique

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window of opportunity to reshape our

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world and I seize the need for Action I

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see some need for a great reason and one

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part of this agenda was to make the

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world Greener and more carbon neutral

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which sounds great but what exactly did

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he mean by this well as you might have

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noticed all governments in the west and

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just the last year have promoted these

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policies heavily with the West now being

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forced to cut their ammonium and

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nitrogen emissions by 50 alone however

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for many farmers in Europe their

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livestock normally produce ammonia

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neurine and feces and so farmers all

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across Europe were recently forced to

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cut 30 percent of their livestock which

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meant huge swaths of farmers were forced

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out of business by the government and

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yet these same rules never applied for

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sectors like the airline industry so

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suddenly farmers and workers across

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Europe protesters but at first these

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protests were smeared as just crazy

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right Wingers but as resentment grew in

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the protest-grip European nations the

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government acted harshly with live

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rounds being fired upon these protesters

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I mean in the Netherlands they even

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changed the law that officers who killed

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protesters were now immune from

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manslaughter charges and whilst the

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media covered this up the Dutch

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government would never receive any

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backlash as they were cowing to the

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world economic Forum orders and the

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working-class people in Europe were

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forced to see their Futures destroyed

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before them as they were attacked and

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mocked in the media and so it was no

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surprise that around this period klausch

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warped the leader of the world economic

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Forum warned of increasing anger we have

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to prepare for a more Angry World

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because Western governments were now

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forcing the food supply to run dry

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whilst artificially inflating the prices

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amidst a global food shortage only

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deepening the economic crisis that the

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majority of the West were facing and in

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an act of double think something that

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came straight out of 1984 media Outlets

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like Reuters would then claim that there

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was no evidence that the Dutch

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government worked with the world

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economic Forum to impose these new laws

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which really isn't all that surprising

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given the world economic foreign part it

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with Reuters for exclusive content

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distribution as the world economic Forum

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otherwise known as Big Brother controls

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the flow of information and why she

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might not see the anger in the news

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these protests haven't stopped in Europe

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I mean just recently protests have

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gripped the country of France as the

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president macron has risen the pension

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age many is going to take longer and

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longer before workers can ever receive a

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pension even though the majority of

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France hates this idea this was imposed

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anyway as democracy in Western Nations

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is becoming a facade in fact democracies

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aren't even obeying the people anymore

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they obey corporate and financial

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interests rather than the popular vote

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the world economic Forum over the people

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and that's why our freedoms are slowly

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being stripped economically and socially

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because if everyone had social and

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economic freedom then the whole system

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would collapse and instead of new

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parties emerging and addressing these

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protests you'll now seeing the

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militarization of the police more

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surveillance more distraction and it's

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following this agenda that people like

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Bill Gates are claiming at the world

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economic Forum that during our current

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worst cost of living crisis and the

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ongoing fuel shortages build things that

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workers should now also be paying carbon

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taxes or whilst people like Bill Gates

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are using the most carbon of all they'll

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preach things like private property for

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the average person will be a bygone

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Relic all while snapping up record

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amounts of Farmland across the US

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following their Mantra of your own

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nothing and be happy and all you're left

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with is again more distraction more

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noise more misery more tension more

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depression no more family units less

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Farms less freedoms and normal rights to

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pursue happiness and this is just one of

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the reasons our harbiters has been

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violently shifted towards consumerism

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and holy material wealth because we're

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being starved of it and it's the perfect

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means to keep control in society but how

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did things ever get this bad this has

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never really happened in living memory

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well what the world didn't foresee was

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that pleasure was just as useful a tool

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to keep the masses numbed you see as

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they slowly siphon the wealth out of the

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economy the elites keep us distracted

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with Hollow empty Hedonism and modern

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technology is the perfect tours for this

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by exploiting the basic social need to

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be accepted social media applications

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explore your dopamine receptors in the

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exact same way as cocaine years of split

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testing perfecting the algorithms and

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billions of dollars in research have

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made big tech companies like Facebook

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and Tech talk as addictive as possible

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and as people build up a tolerance they

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always need more content faster to stay

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engaged or while procrastinating and

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wasting their life away being numbed

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into flaccid apathy in their bedrooms

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the rise of Tick Tock YouTube shorts and

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all these other short form social media

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sites is just a direct result of this

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process it's why we're developing

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parasocial relationships as streamers

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and not our own communities giving the

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people the illusion of community and

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knowing what's going on in the world all

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without any real substance or true

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information and by providing a drip trip

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of anodyne lethargic dross the meaning

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in your life is sucked away the

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resentment you feel the government is

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numbed and repressed inside of you and

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so you accept it and anytime you feel

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depressed isolated like things are just

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outside of your control there's always

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that little dopamine fix just sitting in

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your pockets pushing people more and

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more into the online Realms stuck alone

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in your bedroom and the result of this

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is what you see today the most depressed

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and downtrodden generation in living

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memory as the normal society habitus is

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breaking down is taking away your

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motivation to go out in the world and

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make something of yourself you don't

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have the energy to cool out

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against your government and the people

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preaching their agenda responsibility

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Duty purpose is key pairs to have

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motivated men for Millennia have all

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been pushed out of the societal

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framework and so consumerism and greed

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are the only things to look up to now

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but the worst aspect of this is the

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effect it's had on people's

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relationships with each other I mean our

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current habitants right now is leaving

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63 percent of men under age 30 single

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and alone and a large majority of them

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aren't dating at all millions of men are

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experiencing the exact same lovelessness

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that Winston's known his entire life up

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until now

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but before we continue I want to tell

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you about something I've been working on

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this past month you see I feel something

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that I legitimately think will change

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your life because you see for most of

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your life you've always been fed a

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constant stream of lies lies that have

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poisoned your value systems purpose and

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passion in life what's obviously

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poisoning the community around you and

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it's why you feel so lazy so meaningless

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so lonely and so it's time that we've

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come up with real solutions not just

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modern day BS Solutions I'm talking

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about a new form of community a way for

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us to take back control of Our Lives

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where I will go deep into the real

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solutions answers and value systems of

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thousands of philosophers condensed into

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an easy to understand package or to help

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you improve your life although no cost

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to you I will send you a weekly essay on

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the solutions of the problems we discuss

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in this channel so just click on the

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link in the description and add your

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email the name down below

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after Winston and the women get to know

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each other a little better we then

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transition back to the Antique store

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where Winston plans on renting out the

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place and once they're sure they're

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finally somewhere private the Jews

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secretly engage in an unsanctioned

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relationship against the state we also

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finally get the name of the woman being

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revealed as Julia In This Moment both of

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them can finally relax and enjoy

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themselves even if just for a little

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while they then enjoy some Contraband

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items that Julius smuggles from the

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party like real chocolate and coffee and

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for a while their little conspiracy

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Works quite well for them up until this

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point Winston has been completely in the

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dark on whether there's an active

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resistance movement but in his mind he's

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certain that he has some level of

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understanding with an inner party member

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a man called O'Brien so when O'Brien

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Corners Winston in a hallway he's full

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of Hope for a way to resist O'Brien

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tells Winston that he's a fan of his

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writing but he does mention that there

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were a few onwards in his latest piece

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and recommends he reads the state's next

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dictionary Edition when he goes to

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collect it from O'Brien's office Winston

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is outstanded by the luxuries that he

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enjoys he offers him real wine something

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that Winston's never tasted before and

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O'Brien can even turn off his telescreen

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but the most precious thing O'Brien

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offers Winston is hope when he tells him

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about the resistance against the party

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and it's here that we get an

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introduction to the shadowy practices of

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how insock Trudy operates between the

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pages of dictionary that O'Brien gave

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him Winston finds a different book

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titled the theory and practice of

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oligarchal collectivism which is

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basically a manual on how insong and Big

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Brother operate and the author is listed

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as Emmanuel Goldstein now it goes over a

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lot of what we've already covered but it

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also tells Winston about what's really

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going on in the world's politics you see

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in the world of 1984 three super states

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have reached Global dominance there's

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Oceano which controls the Americas South

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Africa and the UK then there's Eurasia a

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Soviet success estate which rules over

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Russia parts of Asia and Europe and then

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finally there's East Asia a successor of

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China which controls the Far East the

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three states exist in a constant cycle

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of War endlessly shifting alliances and

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fighting for control over the rest of

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the world but they're not trying to win

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they all have enough resources for their

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impoverished people the states are also

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pretty much the same in their beliefs

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eurasia's near bolshevikism and East

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Asia's obliteration of the South are

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almost identical to insock meaning there

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aren't really any ideological

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differences instead this war only exists

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to suck our resources and keep people in

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poverty it keeps their Societies in

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their brutal ideologies running all in

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order to maintain control George Orwell

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envisioned a dead end to put it simply a

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world where progress and fraud movements

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have been stifled by three world powers

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to guarantee their control of the people

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and so as Winston sits at home we learn

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that Oceana has once again shifted

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alliances and now the war is with East

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Asia and Eurasia is now their Ally which

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is just another bit of double think and

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it doesn't really change anything for

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Ocean's people it's just more propaganda

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and more control for the populace and

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that's why the parallels of our

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real-life politics and that of 1984 is

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truly uncanny where secret families and

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Powerful shadowy organizations like the

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world economic Forum fill both sides of

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Wars where World enemies are friends

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behind closed doors where governments

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continually change our enemies and Ally

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with people that we're told to hate but

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then this really does beg the question

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where do these big powerful governments

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and these shadowy organizations actually

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come from why does Big Brother exist and

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why do we decide as humans to follow the

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order of these totalitarian regimes and

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governments well the answer simply lies

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in understanding how governments form in

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the first place now Thomas Hobbes was

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one of the first political theorists to

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understand this and is widely renowned

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book Leviathan now he wrote this after

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his experiences during the English Civil

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War a brutal conflict where the country

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for over a decade was split into two by

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the parliamentarians and the royalists

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during this period beheadings were

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common and the violence was barbaric and

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it was this chaos that inspired his

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thoughts on governance in this book he

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first talks about human nature and

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primitive life back in the time when

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human were cavemen living a tribal

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existence and he famously described this

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life as nasty Brutus and short their

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lack of laws and complete chaos of

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nature led to a constant fear of death

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in the people there was no actual

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progress because people were either too

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afraid of each other or just too busy in

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their fight for survival there was

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hardly any social cohesion there was no

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rule of law and there was no societal

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development and it was this primitive

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fear for survival that laid the

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groundwork for society So to avoid this

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constant struggle for survival men

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willingly lay down their claims to the

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world to live in a peaceful Collective

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under one powerful ruler and for Thomas

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Hobbs this was the optimal form of

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government where one powerful state with

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a sole ruler did his best to protect the

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people that way everything follows one

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trajectory of the leader all cores

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between the masses are distilled by

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ultimate power and only then can the

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lies of everyone improve but you see

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Thomas Hox was actually wrong with this

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as this only ever works with a truly

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virtuous and benevolent ruler and yet

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the oligarchy of 1984 and the

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oligarchies we see today are just the

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complete opposite of this but

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nonetheless when there is this

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benevolent ruler who controls a massive

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population the culture and societal

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Norms of that population always trickle

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down from the top and this is where

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social habitus forms now it may change

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based on the environment and the people

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that form the society but a specific

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code of conduct always takes shape along

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the same lines you see for example in a

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healthy Society the habitus is always

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focused on ideals like Liberty

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responsibility virtue and discipline

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these would be the values virtues and

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moral code of the elite and then that

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would trickle down into all areas of

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society so this is how the habitus works

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and sociologists use the idea of habitus

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to illustrate the manner in which a

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society's culture works you see there

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are many unspoken assumptions and

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standards that underpin Society these

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are frequently carried out automatically

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and they are more akin to acquire skills

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than deliberate actions the French

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thinker Bordeaux who popularized the

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word frequently linked to sports for

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example the rules of football were set

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in stone and you play the game without

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thinking why the rules are there in the

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first place and yet these rules are

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crucial otherwise the whole game just

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wouldn't work without it and this is

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also how societies and culture

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flourishes and that's why the

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Renaissance was so remarkable the new

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habitats that was developed in Europe in

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this time gave birth to a whole new wave

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of creativity disciplined Focus moral

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code and Beauty but then what happens

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when the values of the elite starts to

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crack and the habitus becomes poisoned

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what does this then mean for the rest of

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society well you don't really have to

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look very far to see how fractured and

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malformed our habitat has become I mean

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we only need to take a look at who our

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icons are in society to give us an

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understanding of what has truly happened

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to her due to our hyper crony capitalist

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system the Elites in their greed and

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love of money has spread into every

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level of society and I'm not talking

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about simple capitalism here I'm talking

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about the special kind the special kind

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of corporatism and socialism for the

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rich you see for example we no longer

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value the European holistic lifestyle

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where a person's value is based on many

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layers of their personality instead

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today in the west we only value The

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Superficial to understand someone's

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value and this explains the rapid rise

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of these fake girls you see online

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people like Grant Cardone London real

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and these vacuous new mega churches you

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see things like this would never even

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exist without millions of people

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orientating their self-worth and

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motivations entirely around money you

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see in contrast to the Renaissance

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period they used to care about arts and

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religion but our new religion is

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following hedonistic and materialistic

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Pursuits now obviously there's always

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need for money and it's a great way to

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have freedom in your own life but it's

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these sorts of scammers that completely

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rely on Greed to survive and greed is

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the name of the game in modern society

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and that's why the greatest of all are

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then promoted even further going all the

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way up to the top of the world economic

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Forum in a lot of cases people are just

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making money simply by talking about

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money and nothing else nothing on

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natural societal value and it's not just

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these sorts of people our society now

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praises these celebrities whose only

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value lies in their image and wealth but

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Kardashians are always mentioned but

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there's just so many others people like

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cardi B the entire cast of Love island

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or any other vacuous hollowed out shell

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of a human being celebrity and because

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we praise these false Idols everyone

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then buys into the societal delusion

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helping to perpetuate this broken

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habitus even more and that's why lots of

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well-meaning rational people are swept

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up to becoming mouthpieces of a failing

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system and one of the perfect analogies

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for our Twisted happiness can be seen

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with the FTX Scandal recently from

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celebrities to established financial

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institutions some bankment freed for the

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World by using his own artificial pumped

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up currency that had no attachment to

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anything real to make billions everyone

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believes in it and that's where the

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value of these coins came from by

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everyone believing in sign Batman for

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his lies he was able to make Unthinkable

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money but at the top of the Pyramid of

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FTX the CEO was a lazy gamer playing

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League of Legends in the Bahamas with

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this whole value being tricking everyone

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into believing his money was worth

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something but then when a gust of wind

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came this whole facade came tumbling

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down in just a matter of days and our

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society is heading exactly the same way

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you see as the habitus gets twisted even

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more it becomes harder and harder for

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people to reconcile it with the real

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world then when the illusion breaks and

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people realize everything is built in a

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lie it eventually collapses

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and Winston and Julia have also been

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living a life separate to the great life

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of their society you see despite knowing

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they'll eventually be found out they

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carry on seeing each other in the room

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above the shop a taste of real life is

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just too tempting so Winston and joy is

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really subvertive literature to Julia

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all while enjoying the Contraband food

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that Julius smuggled from the inner

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party things are going great they

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finally escape the clutches of big

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brother they've had a taste of freedom

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and love all until one day when Julian

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Winston are relaxing in their room as

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they watch a working-class woman washing

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some clothes and singing a song they

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Marvel at the beauty of Life all the

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more stunning because they know their

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time is limited Winston cessor Julia we

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are the dead and Julia says the same and

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then a voice from behind says you are

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the dead they turn around to see a

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painting fall off the wall revealing a

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telescream with the Visage of Big

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Brother The Voice directs them to stand

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in the middle of the room as the thought

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police break in through the window and

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the door even worse the antique shop

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owner walks up the stairs and reveals

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himself to be an agent of the Thor

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police ever since Winston set foot in

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the shop he was always under their

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supervision the age take goldson's book

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and smash the piece of coral one of the

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last things of beauty left from the old

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world and it's one of the last things

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Winston sees before they take him away

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to the Sinister Ministry of love we are

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then show Winston in custody along with

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his neighbor Parsons Parsons not knowing

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it himself is apparently an agent of

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Goldstein and also a thought criminal

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however he reveals that he was taken in

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because his daughter reported him for

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things he said in asleep despite Parsons

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coming across as completely indoctinated

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he's still going to be tortured and

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broken down anyway the two remain in

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custody for some time until her

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announcement wakes Them Up Room 101

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Parson seems to already know where this

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entails and begs the correctional

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officers not to take him there Winston

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on the other hand doesn't seem to have a

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clue about what's going to happen but

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gives a knowing look that it probably

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isn't going to be good despite all of

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this pleading Parsons has then take him

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to Room 101 and Winston Waits alone in

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the soul for some time until he is met

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with O'Brien O'Brien takes Winston into

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an interrogation room where he is

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tortured with an electric restraining

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device throughout the time O'Brien

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educates Winston on the principles of

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doublethink he reaffirms the notion that

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Oceana has always been a war with East

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Asia instead of Eurasia despite the

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country being previously correct along

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with this O'Brien then assessed that two

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plus two can equal three four or five

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sometimes even order them at once and

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this is the final and most essential

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ingredients for keeping the party and

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there's still just habitus alive

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rejecting real authentic reality itself

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they need people to trust the party over

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their own eyes and ears it's how people

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are willing to accept that the enemy can

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change at a moment's notice and it's how

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the party will have taken power in the

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first place it's in times of great chaos

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and upheaval that regimes and

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governments fall and new ones take their

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place it's just the cycle of history and

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we've seen it happen over and over again

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it's how the world order changes and in

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our current world right now the

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transition is almost here one of the

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most famous experts in this field Ray

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dalio describes the process in a study

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on historical Cycles beginning with the

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rise of civilizations this is when a new

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States founded on the dominant ideas of

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the time grows in power to take control

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of their world like the Roman Empire all

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the way to America after World War II

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then comes the Golden Age of prosperity

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a long period of time where civilization

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enjoys the position at the top but this

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is also where the problems start to

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arise people make Financial bets on the

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world order continuing forever unable to

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see a future unlike the present as the

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leading Powers economy grows to dominate

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The Others their currency becomes the

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international standard internal

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conflicts also rise as the founding

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ideology becomes out of date with the

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world and eventually a bubble forms as

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people that more and more continued

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growth and prosperity whilst internal

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divisions and problems only get worse

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those with power try to consolidate

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their grip on it alienating more of the

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people whilst hoarding all of the wealth

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and this then only fuels extremist

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sentiment and Revolution even more

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however sometimes this can be peacefully

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dealt with although eventually these

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problems get so large and the power

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structure becomes so stagnant that a

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revolution and changing of the god

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becomes inevitable then another Rising

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power eventually eclipses the stagna one

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most of the time there's a war or sets

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of Wars until the dust settles and a new

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world power comes to the Forefront and

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time and time again this cycle has just

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repeated itself in recent history it was

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the Dutch who were dominant followed by

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the British then the US and now China is

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rising to challenge the US and that's

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where we are today on the cusp of this

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transitional period and because of this

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our current societal habitats just won't

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be able to cope with the changing world

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as the cracks start to show in the

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habitators and the society becomes more

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and more deranged we'll then see a

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massive shift back towards

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traditionalism because its birth young

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people fail to find love or happiness

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the standard of living starts to drop

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and the ideals of the Constitution start

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to get ripped apart right-wing

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sentiments will rise again meanwhile the

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elite to the top are going to keep

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tightening the grip on power bringing us

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closer and closer to a 1984 future I

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mean for starters we've already talked

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about the gray recess but this is only

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the tip of the iceberg here because

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right now it's becoming very clear that

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corporate Elites will keep pushing their

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leaders fake leftism on the masses all

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to maintain control of the world order I

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mean we're already seeing this in the

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West with huge companies like PayPal's

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recent announcements on handing out

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fines for quotes misinformation while I

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master cars carbon fees where the new

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credit card Cuts people off for

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exceeding carbon emission levels all

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while oil companies make record profits

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but can't find the money to fix their

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pipelines and store massive oil leaks

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however the most disturbing part of this

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is the new idea of cbdc's one of the

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most odious forms of corporate control

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and so if corporations and financial

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institutions managed to push the idea

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into the mainstream it will eventually

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give the banks and governments greater

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control over people's lives it's digital

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currency but controlled centrally

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through the banks Bank of England so

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instead of having a bank account with

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whatever HSBC or Bank of America you'll

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have a bank account directly within the

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American context with the FED in the UK

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directly with a bank of England you have

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a personal bank account and you're given

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digital money in that bank account these

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are called Central Banking digital

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currencies because a centralized Bank

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digital currency means that the

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government that has full control of the

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money and so that everything you spend

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it on is tracked by the government and

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with one of a button they will be able

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to cut off your funds entirely all for

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saying the wrong thing and this will

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then paralyze you leaving you the

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government's mercy and this is also a

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response to the rise of crypto and yes

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crypto may be a paradise for scam

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artists the crypto world does also offer

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currency out of the government's control

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which is a massive threat for the

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growing control in Western society and

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is something that can't be accepted by

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the Elites in the transitional period

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now obviously in 1984 the party in Big

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Brother are far more advanced in their

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efforts to control the people but then

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again all the ingredients for their kind

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of tyranny in our own world are already

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present they won't need to torture or

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indoctrinate people in the way the party

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does it's much more subtle than this

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it's just a small shift in the habitats

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but eventually the end result is the

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same complete acceptance of Big

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Brother's control and that's why during

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his torture Winston begins to

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disassociate and hallucinates being in a

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cross field along with O'Brien O'Brien

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states that Winston is one of them and

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under significant delusion Winston says

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that he loves O'Brien who suddenly turns

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into Judea he still isn't broken down

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yet his love for Judy is still there but

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just as this happens the image of Julia

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is shot and Winston awakens back in his

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cell where he is delusionally talking to

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himself Winston then snatched back to

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reality after being met with O'Brien

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once more O'Brien then asks Winston what

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he thinks of big brother and Winston

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responds that he hates him this comes

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the distaste of O'Brien who states that

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it's not enough to obey big brother but

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in fact you must love him so Brian

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escorts Winston to Room 101. Room 101 is

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a torture chamber where the worst things

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in the world awaits as prisoners A

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specialized room that houses the

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victim's worst phobias Winston is then

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strapped to a chair and starts

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experiencing the horrors of Room 101 now

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throughout the movie we've seen that

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Winston is deathly afraid of rats he's

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streamed about them and he Associates

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them with his tragic past and O'Brien

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knows about this and he's going to

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exploit it to finally eradicate

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Winston's desire to resist and so in

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Room 101 we see a compartmental cage

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filled with rats with a set of two doors

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that is attached to Winston's face but

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Brian then threatens him and opens the

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first door letting the rats out within

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inches of Winston's face and after what

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could have been months or years of this

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torch this is the last draw and it's

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here that Winston loses his final bit of

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humanity as he pleads with O'Brien to do

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it to Judea to finally put the woman

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that he loves the most through the same

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unbearable punishment It's the final

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betrayal and what SEALs Winston's fate

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as a broken puppet of the party O'Brien

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is finally satisfied Winston has been

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completely broken sometime later Winston

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is released and we then transition to

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the Chestnut Tree Cafe where Winston

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awaits at a chessboard Julie arrives but

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they're both apathetic they've been

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changed forever and after their

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betrayals they don't really love each

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other anymore they only love big brother

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and Justice Winston makes a comment on

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thought crime Judy then excuses herself

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with a half-hearted we must meet again

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to which Winston apathetically agrees to

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we are then shown Winston on public