I’m listening to the audiobook of the novel 1984 for the fourth time now, which is no longer read at high schools. What a shame, it exposes the left like there’s no tomorrow. It’s got The ministry of truth, which today is the mainstream media. And its got many ideas which are so relevant today.
1984 is such a genius book, I can actually fully understand it now. It used to confuse or puzzle me, or I thought it was unrealistic, but it’s totally true. Take doublethink, I could never really understand that, but it exists. The left does it all the time. They will say ‘Australia belongs to the Aboriginies and Europeans stole it from them and we should show them respect and they say a silly line at the beginning of a lecture at a gov funded communistic “university” like Melbourne uni. Ha, I love using lots of adjectives. They will do this and then next minute walk the streets of Melbourne protesting for refugee rights and immigration.
Basically saying ‘everyone should be able to come to Australia, open the borders.’ Meanwhile, they lock their front door at their home just before they come to the rally. It’s funny but oh so everyone can just come here can they now? I thought that would be stealing land from the Aborigines, as if they, a foreign invader of Australia have the right to decide that more people can come here.
It’s completely illogical behavior and an act of doublethink. But they are doing it all the time. ‘The worlds getting hotter, but we are having cold weather because it’s getting hotter.’ Come on? We are in the future, it’s still the same! They are just repeating the party line, doing the groupthink thing, and I don’t think they understand much of it really.
George Orwell is just a genius, his book is full of ideas that we see today. For example, he mentions biological weapons, 3 world superpowers (USA, China, Russia), chemtrails (yes he mentions poison being worked on that can stop vegetation growth of a whole continent, that’s what chemtrail sprays seem to be doing). It’s just a great book and only one other story compares to it, but that’s a ten-book saga by L Ron Hubbard so they can’t be compared. For a one normal-sized book story, 1984 I reckon takes the award as best even written. Brave New World is clever but it’s just not near as good as George Orwell’s classic