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In the book 1984 George Orwell shows how governments can control the population through exerting total force By taking control over the people in the outer party the government is able to create a society of brainwashed citizens who will never contend for the power the government has The government was able to exert control over the people and create a system that is able to keep the people under their control forever They have effectively created a system with a leader that will never die The people of this society are looking up to a symbol which they think is a real person that will always be there to rule the people The government wanted to be able to control the people In order to control the people they created several devices and organizations For example they created the Thought Police telescreens and mind control The Thought Police were not always watching the people but they acted as a psychological intimidation to the people The people know that if they were to be seen by the Thought Police then they knew that they were going to be vaporized This caused the people to live in fear Nothing that they did or thought seemed safe The Thought Police were able to keep a constant eye on the people through the telescreens These telescreens were mounted on the walls of all the homes of the people in the outside party Even though the Thought Police were not always watching the people all the time these telescreens kept the people afraid The Inside Party also used a certain kind of mind control over the people in order to make sure that people would not have bad thoughts either The Inner Party held sessions called the Two Minutes of Hate During the Two Minutes of Hate the Inner Party showed the people video footage of the enemy which enraged the people into hating the enemy The people
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