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Comparing George Orwell's 1984 with Iran in Today's Society

Summary: George Orwell's novel 1984 depicts a society in which human rights does not exist, no straying from standard politicial thinking is allowed, and the government controls every aspect of life, including the economy, religion, technology, and to which media the people are exposed. While no present-day country mirrors this society exactly, the scary predictions that Orwell made in 1984 can largely be seen in many parts of the world today, including Iran.
The daunting image created by Orwell in 1984 depicts a society where there are no such thing as human rights and absolutely no straying from the standard political way of thinking. The government controls every aspect of life, including the economy, religion, technology and to which media the people are exposed. He depicts how the world will eventually become through Oceania, one of the three world powers (Orwell). Although the idea of our world becoming like Oceania is far-fetched, many of Orwell's predictions are similar to what is happening in our world and especially Iran today.

One of the main characteristics of Oceania is the constant surveillance of of the patrons, and zero freedom or privacy. Posters reading, "Big Brother Is Watching You" (Orwell 2), are a constant sight. The main character, Winston, tries to remember a time when there were no telescreens watching...

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