Examples Of Dystopia In 1984 By George Orwell

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If Hitler had a Big Brother… it would be O’Brien

The world would be a better place if everyone was happy, if the weather was ideal, if laws were created to reflect the ideal lifestyle. In a utopia, it is thought as a imaginary, and an indefinitely remote place but one person's utopia is another's dystopia (“utopia”). An imaginary place where people lead dehumanized and often fearful lives is a dystopia (“dystopia”).. This is what happens in most cases like in the book of 1984 by George Orwell. In the book, they live in a society where they try to portray utopian fantasy but in reality it is a dystopia. The people are blinded by what they know and follow as to what they are told by a totalitarian leader who is known as Big Brother. Similarly,
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Hitler convinced people to join him in his perfect race, and persuaded those who fit into his race. Also, Hitler used fear to make people join the master race, an article states,”Combined with terror to intimidate those who did not comply, a new state propaganda apparatus headed by Joseph Goebbels manipulated and deceived the German population and the outside world“(Deceiving the Public). The fear caused from the propaganda, manipulated the public, causing them to obey Hitler. His propaganda preached Germany and what the future would look like under his rule, this frightened those who did not follow, leading them to believe that it is best to join. Also, Hitler ran campaigns that started his perfect race,“They also waged campaigns that facilitated the persecution of Jews and others excluded from the Nazi vision of the “National Community” (Deceiving the Public). Hitler used propaganda for creating a perfect race, and he convinced those to follow in these campaigns portraying the future as a utopia if society were to rid of the other races and religions. This caused the Nazis to believe Hitler and believe these actions were right and …show more content…
Hitler kept the people outside of his circle unaware of the truth of what was going on in the concentration camps. As read, “Hitler's fervid beer-hall speeches began attracting regular audiences” (“Adolf Hitler”) making the citizens believe it was almost like a summer camp with games and activities for the people placed inside by explaining to the people outside the camps how it is. When really the inside of the camps were crowded, they were dirty and had poor conditions. The food was kept at a minimum and the work was extreme for all ages. Hitler used propaganda such as “Propagandists preached an appealing message of national unity and a utopian future that resonated with millions of Germans” (Deceiving the Public). This helped him promote his views and get the Germans to join him. This tells how Adolf Hitler tries to give the illusion of a utopia when actually is a dystopia.
In writing this prompt, i have learned how the utopian lifestyle is ideally impossible to successfully create. Someone's utopia could consists of another's dystopia making it unable to happen. Attempts today are more aware due to previous attempts such as the Holocaust going the wrong direction. We have learned from those mistakes and in the world we live in today we avoid anything that feels it will relapse from the past. Due to these past mistakes we have only grown stronger as a country and have learned from them that it is impossible

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