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A monopolistic society in which the citizens are mere pawns constantly being monitored and controlled unexplainably- that is a dystopia A world free of independence opportunity rights and no personal thought It isnt uncommon to find poverty pauperism or the untreated ill civilians resting in shelter that barely meets the human needs Governing this pitiful world is a group that cannot see past their power and status a group that disregards its own people for the sake of their empowerment that is the government In George Owells 1984 it was clear in the first chapter the world Winston inhabited in was a dystopian society because he described how brutal the new setting of London was How much of Orwells description of a dystopia is probable in this day and age It isnt very likely our modern society will turn into a dystopia and to prove this certain factors must be taken into consideration the sudden change in government propaganda used on citizens and how the citizens would react overall In order for the government of Canada to gain control of such densely populated areas they would need to implement a lot of military power which can also easily be labelled as martial law in their eyes Numerous soldiers and other well-equipped officers would be required to patrol every street this alone being impossible on its own Logically the ratio between the number of Canadian citizens versus those employed in military is far off no research necessary There would not be enough people to control the citizens and a rebellion becomes likely if attempted Another necessity for a dystopian society is the use of propaganda to control citizens Orwells 1984 included propaganda posters the most famous one reading- Big Brother is Watching You which is to remind civilians of the televisions in every room that The Party can see what theyre doing on a daily basis If propaganda was used in our society it would horrify
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