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Thus our modern society is fast becoming the world of 1984 as the technology today is generally similar to it. The manipulation of information in 1984 is a significant factor of its continual submission of its citizens to the Great Power. Changing information may also lead to the power of changing the past...
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This is obvious and an intention of Big Brother, his continual success is bleakly based upon his power to lie. There are scenarios we see today that perfectly incorporate to 1984. `The children overboard crisis'. This is a situation where asylum seekers coming into Australia were refused aid when their boats were sinking...
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