6 Word Memoir
10 Rules for My Dystopian Society
2.) No one is allowed to leave the society!!
3.) Everyone must be under constant surveillance and cameras will be in their houses.
4.) There is only one channel on everyone's television and they must watch it for at least an hour a day. The channel will seek to brainwash people.
5.) All mail is intercepted and read by my staff. No hiding secrets!! Privacy doesn't exist.
6.) Everyone is required to have installed a metal chip inside their body, which serves as their tracker. I know where everyone is at all times.
7.) Family and friends do not exist. Everyone is individual. No collaboration!
8.) The practice of religion is strictly prohibited. All attention to me and my staff!
9.) Everyone is only allowed to take a certain amount of food from the one restaurant facility in the society a day. Eat wisely, because this is the only source of food.
10.) Every Friday at 6:00pm, everyone is required to attend the mandatory gathering in the center of the society in which leaders of the society speak and determine orders. If you do not attend, you will face the severe consequences (not even death..).
Ideals of Freedom
As a citizen of the United States, I enjoy many great freedoms. The government does not have excess involvement in my life unlike in other countries of the world. I am allowed to say what I want for the most part. I am free to practice my own religion without being persecuted. This is definitely not how it is in other regions, and I'm so grateful for being able to be a free Christian. I also have a divine right to privacy, unlike Oceania in 1984! I have a right to bear arms, the right to assemble, and the many other freedoms guaranteed to me from the United States Constitution. All in all, I am blessed in living in one of the freest nations of our universe.
The core freedom I enjoy the most is the ability to practice my religion freely! Worshiping God is the greatest pleasure in life. It is what I live for. I couldn't even imagine what it would be like being persecuted for worshiping the one who created us all and the world. That is just a horrible, sick, and corrupt thing of those who govern us to do. The second place freedom that I also enjoy is my right to privacy and little government involvement in my life. Being in a communist society would not be for the best.
In countries in which freedoms are not balanced to its people, it is very messed up. The people are very unhappy, and the government knows that. I am sure that these countries enter a continual state of rebellion for their mishaps. The citizens in the society will take place in civil disobedience and not be loyal to their leaders, for of course mistreating them! If the government is not taking freedoms away from all citizens and rather drawing class boundaries (treating different groups of people differently), then I believe that this would be even more of a disaster for the society! It could result in high crime between the classes and extreme violence. The society would be nowhere from being normal, and always in a state of continual shattering movement.