Plot by Cooper Godwin
How class profiling can be a form of control
The "Occupy Wallstreet" movement can be mirrored to Winston's feelings toward the ruling Party, that the people in control of the nation do not care about those who live within it and only care about progressing their needs and stopping those below them in order to maintain control. This was a fear that George Orwell had when he wrote "1984" in the 50's and unfortunately those fears are slowly becoming a reality within our present.
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