George Orwell's 1984: A Dystopian Society

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Throughout history there have been societies known to base their political and moral structure based on hate towards a certain group that they find to be unfitting within their preset standards. Various groups whom have based their entire campaign on hate have managed to maintain power and a presence through long periods of time and some are still present today yet they no longer posses the same amount of influence which they once had through their uprising. Although there have been several occasions in which these societies have demonstrated their passionate hate towards societies they tend to not withstand power and stability during a long period of time doing so because they hold no actual tangible power. In the novel 1984, George Orwell depicts a dystopian society where every source of reliability has been altered by the government. Within the society they've constructed a Ministry of Truth, a department specifically dedicated to modify and rewrite the content of all books, newspapers, articles, and documents for its own benefits."changes in political alignment, or mistaken prophecies uttered by Big Brother, have been rewritten a dozen times still stood on the files bearing its original data, and no…show more content…
Much like the kkk, neo nazis, isis and taliban groups who still run their belief on hate. There have been many attempts at complete control over people through genocides, oppression, restrictions, etc., but none of the following lasts for long. Now, there are some governments that run with small amounts of hate, for example China, Korea, Cuba, etc., with very strict regulations on internet access, books allowed to be read, and thing to be said/done to try to keep the people from realizing they are being oppressed and keep those ideas out of their heads, but if the government gets too oppressive the United States usually
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