Thanks for the share mate
Originally posted by Insomniac
I seriously recommend the novel to anyone who hasn't read it. A major theme is controlling the masses through a fake perpetual war using false flag attacks... Makes you think doesn't it?edit on 12/7/12 by Insomniac because: Typo
Originally posted by nake13
...the main point of the novel is the manipulation of history,information and thought through perpetual disinformation emanating from "the party" ,together with the feeling of complete and utter hopelesness engendered by this approach.
There are far too many parallels with todays political situation that can be drawn from Orwell's novel,which although the work was written as a fictional account,shows remarkable prescience for a work that was written in 1948.
Ironic pic of the day:.
Originally posted by MrUncreated
Winston ends up at the Ministry of Love (a FEMA camp), and comes out with a new appreciation for the Party (the US).
Take this with a grain of salt...