Role Of Big Brother In 1984

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Every person in the world should have their own rights to decide what they want to do. It is because no one should not be controlled over what people’s thoughts and opinions. Moreover, most people do not like when some strangers keep looking at what people are doing their business. In 1984, that is called Big Brother was watching people through the telescreen which could see and hear everything that people are doing and talking. Telescreens were everywhere such as streets, houses, and even in the restrooms. During that time, people were living under the uncontrollable of Big Brother’s system. Therefore, their lives were so distressful because of the government’s fear and selfishness. In 1984, Big Brother was controlling over citizens by …show more content…
He committed the crime which was against Big Brother. It was writing and keeping his diary in secret. In 1984, people could not write their journals and letters because that was illegal in Oceania. Therefore, he needed to hide his journals in the corner of his house where telescreen could not see it. Writing journal can be sentenced by death and put in the labor camps for twenty five years in 1984. Moreover, Big Brother invented the Newspeaks which could make people’s mind insignificant and did not allow people to have their pleasure. The reason why Big Brother was doing this was because he scared that those little actions would be affect his power and people would oppose to …show more content…
In 1984, telescreens made people feel insecure because Big Brother was watching them everything what they were doing. People would love to anyone and the government should not be controlled because love is not the thing that other people could change and judged. The government should not take all the powers by himself because there was inequality and unfair for citizens. Therefore, in 1984 Big Brother should ruled the Oceania by treating everyone equally, giving freedom and

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