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The Orwellian State

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They specialize in creating world chaos and human division

By spying on us most of the time with or without our permission.

They love using the mass media to serve us up us daily dose of fear and ignorance

So, they can reap all the benefits of locking us up in some of their most profitable mental and spiritual prisons.

They are the main reason why we have so much conflict about race and religion.

The main goal of the game is always to keep us under control and influence our most important decisions

So that every response we give will just get us upset enough to fit right into their personal political agendas.

The illusion of freedom is the number one tool they use to water down all our efforts of revolution or resistance.

They know that we can never win this chess game in spite of all our best intentions

Not until we are willing to raise our consciousness to a much higher position

That would fully free our conscious minds and bring a revolution to end the system

 

(I’ve been inactive since couple days since there are huge demonstrations and protests erupted in my country to topple the sectarian and corrupted regime. I don’t know whether we will succeed or not, for the first time in my life I have a hope (even if it is a tiny hope) that we can change our country to a better one)

1984 by Guillaume Morellec

The Freedom Illusion

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We live in a world where, we can be fired by what we post online, for what our hobbies are, and for being an actual individual when we are off the clock. Books like “1984” and movies like “V for Vendetta” can only get the ideals of a broken society correct, but by the time literature or a movie become classic, they are buried under the actual dated assumption by which they will actually be introduced. The prediction of results however, will always be the same, and apparently too late to notice until our freedoms are destroyed.

This time, those freedoms are under a buffer-barrier. The basis of speech is free but the mediums at which we are allowed to talk never are. For instance, Facebook has become the facilitator for our communication, but because the medium platform that we are able to get the word out is owned, we are regulated due to such ownership.

In my country, people¬†who spread fake news, orchestrate massive hate and racism campaigns on the internet, send rape threats and death threats and spread every sort of bile go scot- free; while people who spread the truth and fight for the right are either sentenced to jail, end up losing their job, or get death and rape threats.¬†Doesn’t take a genius to figure out why.

1984 by Guillaume Morellec