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Our life and the lives of the people we love is and always will be the most important part of our existence as human creatures We are mammals we are animals just like the tiger that wonders through the pasture the elephant who stampedes a heard of zebra and the whale that gracefully glides though the ocean We have characteristics of all these and many other mammals that we see and encounter everyday What would happen if books were band Or we were watched every day by a camera or were forced to eat our own spe-cies without us even know it In the three movies that were adapted from novels the authors have changed the perfect world that we know of and brought to the forefront the grim reality of what our beautiful lives are really like Although the measures taken in the novels are very drastic many of the same themes can be found in our present society The authors have tribe to bring to our attention what lives are like if for on day one aching minute our lives are not in our hands but in the hands of a greater powerThe basic theme of the novel 1984 is that if we dont watch out 1984 will find us We need to realize when we are being intruded upon by the government just a little too much If the government proposes a new chip to be placed into all telecommunications devices so that it can tap into them We have to stop it This is not hypothetical the gov-ernment proposed The Clipper Chip which would be used to listen to our encoded con-versations and to see our data communications We would be safe from our neighbors but not from our government The authors predictions of the future are really advice Dont let the government control every aspect of your private lives If we allow this we will be turned into robots of
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