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In this installment of "Film, Literature and the New World Order," The Corbett Report explores Aldous Huxley's classic work of science-fiction, Brave New World. Brave New World is a dystopic vision of a nightmare future in which worker drones are engineered from birth to perform slave labour for a world dictatorship. Even more frighteningly, the workers have even been engineered to love their servitude. Most frightening of all, Huxley's own family background and experience might show that Brave New World is not so completely fictional as we would like to believe...
On this edition of Film, Literature & the New World Order we compare the Hollywoodized story of a corporate whistleblower to the painful reality that most fraud takes place with the full understanding and help of the regulators and the media.
On this installment of Film, Literature and the New World Order, The Corbett Report delves into Franz Kafka's nightmare vision of a world where nameless accusations initiate extra-legal proceedings against the accused, ensnaring them in a system of control at once pervasive and invisible...a nightmare vision that is slowly coming true.
Bladerunner is a dystopic vision of a nightmarish future where the masses live in squalid conditions and dream of getting off world. Little do they know their masters are engaged in a plan to engineer them into more perfect slaves...a plan called the New World Order.