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BRAVE NEW WORLD Community Identity Stability or Conspiracy Ignorance Sterility In BNW we are presented with 2 completely different worlds The first mocks the supposed utopia of the perfect world The people who live in this Utopia believe no they dont even believe as believe implies they have a choice in the matter they are conditioned brainwashed into accepting and embracing this fantasy place We can see just how removed this world is by the way they treat their people It is hard to imagine for us - living in a time where Human Rights is a catch phrase - just how they will dehumanise their society and all who live within it The people in this world are nothing They are objects Worse than objects The way that Henry Ford produced cars are the way this world is producing things that are barely humans All problems that occur can be solved by standard Gammas unvarying Deltas uniform Epsilons Millions of Identical twins The principle of mass production at last applied to biology Mass production of humans This is one of the principle issues - treating humans like nothing a cell in the social body Even as children they are spoken of in terms of mass production when the infants were unloaded If mass production of humans is harsh their whole world is summed up in a few short sentences The worlds stable now People are happy they get what they want and they never want what they cant get Theyre well off theyre safe theyre never ill theyre not afraid of death theyre blissfully ignorant of passion and old age theyre plagued with no mothers or fathers theyve got no wives or children or lovers to feel strongly about theyre so conditioned that they practically cant help behaving as they ought to behave And if anything goes wrong theres soma The savage takes one look at a world like this and
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