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##s And Beliefs Of Big Brother In 1984's, 1984 By George Orwell

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In Orwell’s, 1984, Winston Smith is classified as a member of the Outer Party, who works in the Department of the Ministry of Truth. His job is to change headlines and alternate history, so that the information sent out will portray the views and beliefs of Big Brother. Members are watched and critiqued for every move they make. There are many minuet crimes that individuals can be vaporized for, such as facecrime, being smart, acting out of the ordinary, even the slightest thought of rebellion against Big Brother. Each household has a telescreen that must be kept on and placed in a certain position that will allow Big Brother to view and hear anyone in the room. Posters are placed all over town with the slogan “BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU”, some people believe that the eyes on the poster are watching them. Big Brother has police officers flying within window view of houses to spy on people. If you do commit a crime, Big Brother is known to raid those homes of individuals in the middle of the night, taking them away never to be seen or heard from again. Vaporized. That’s what it’s called. Any proof of your existence is wiped out...vaporized...gone forever. Should we really trust these new devices that are being produced? An expert from “Replacing the punch card with scanning” by Rebecca Olles from The Chicago Tribute, they talk about how employee punch cards have been replaced with scanning their faces. There are suspicions that the government use through devices with
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