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Nineteen Eighty Four EssayThe State of Oceania was a place where society was controlled by the government especially the lower class Since the lower class didnt really have a life and werent educated the government knew it would be very easy to control them in three distinct but powerful ways The Inner Party which is the government controlled the people of Oceania by telescreens doublethink and propaganda These three methods are so powerful in making the lower class believe that Oceania is at war with Eastasia Big Brother is the Inner Party leader and Emmanuel Goldstein is the Enemy of the PartyThe first and far most compelling method in controlling the people is the use of telescreens They are screens placed in the walls of almost every building and Ministry in Oceania You are constantly being watched and informed by what is happening outside of Oceania They are used for showing the enemy Emmanuel Goldstein who is the principal figure on the daily Two Minute Hate The main focus of the telescreens is the image of Big Brother Big Brother is always shown on the screen to make the people believe that Oceania is winning the war Big Brother is the leader of the Inner Party and Emmanuel Goldstein plays the role of keeping the citizens fearful that they might do or say or even think something harmful to the State and the Party The telescreens attempt to control the intellect and emotions of its citizens The telescreens prove the emotional loyalty to Big Brother who alone has the power to create and to destroy anyone he wants The people know that every move they make is being constantly watched by the telesceens and if committing a thoughtcrime they will be punished immediately A new poster had suddenly appeared all over London It had no caption and represented simply the monstrous figure of a Eurasian soldier three of four meters high striding forward with expressionless
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