1984 Essay: Morality Of Ministries Of 1984

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Morality of Ministries of 1984
¨You don 't think they 'll shoot me, do you old chap? They don´t shoot you if you haven 't actually done anything-only thoughts which you can´t help?” (Orwell 192) Here we see a man who was taken to jail for simply thinking bad about the government currently in control, trying to reason his way out of certain hysteria due to his surroundings. The world of 1984 is a cruel one that has no regard for anyone but themselves and this is not just a minority. The ruling class in 1984, is a totalitarian communistic government that views its citizens more has chogs in a metaphorical machine to only achieve of the goal having total control over the populace. In the following paragraphs I will prove this fact to you by using
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Emotional health is something vital to a human being to keep their sanity. As in the last paragraph relationships to others are being cut, which is often a main factor in creating and stabilizing those emotions. Even if the government is attempting create mindless drones to allow them to continue on holding the power, in the novel is alludes that even if this is a success on a massive level there is still a few people that are refusing to bow in secret. ¨You will never have anything to sustain you accept the idea. You will get no comradeship and no encouragement. When finally you are caught, you will get no help. We never help our members.¨ (Orwell 145) They are given no voice for change therefor making there be a virtual political stagnate, so that the status que never change. Which is the effect that the Ministries is aiming for, despite the future disastrous effect it will have on the populace. From the way O’Brien speaks, it seems that even the people who originally rebelled easily broke under the torture. ¨Goldstein himself, if he fell into the hands of the Thought Police, could not give them a complete list of the memories, or any information that would lead them to a complete list.¨ (Orwell 145) Which Winston’s struggled through for times that seem nearly impossible, even if he is confused and needs to have explained to him why this process is even occurring. ¨O 'Brien smiled slightly. ¨You are a flaw in the pattern, Winston. You are a stain that must be wiped out. Did I not tell you just now that we 're are different from the persecutors of the past? We are not content with negative obedience, not even with the most abject submission. When finally you surrender to us, it must be of your own free will.¨ (Orwell 210). We are never directly told how or why our main character resists what would

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