6 Word Memoir
Ideals of Freedom
In life, freedom is something that we as Americans sometimes take for granted. We believe that once freedom is given to us, that it cannot be taken away. We also forget that we, at one point in time, were stripped of our freedom. Freedom is one of those obscure things that does not really have a concrete meaning. To some people , freedom could mean what allows you to do what you want to do, when you want to do it, and why you want to do it. To others, freedom means that anything can be done with no drawbacks or punishments. To all people, there is one universal meaning that cannot be changed whatsoever. That universal meaning is that freedom is something we are entitled to. That universal meaning leads to people misusing their freedom to do bad deeds. Those people ignore the fact that there are people in the world that are not as privileged as them and do not the same freedoms as them or they don't have any freedom at all. They ignore the fact that they have a better chance at life than those who do not have any freedoms and they choose to squander their opportunity. They have this sense of invulnerability just because of the freedoms they have. This is a fatal flaw of those who abuse their freedom.
Without freedom, individuality is practically nonexistent in societies that lack freedom. This is clearly evident in dystopian novels such as Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury and 1984 by George Orwell (AKA Eric Blair). When freedom is nonexistent, society falls apart and nothing is logical. This is what freedom is to an extent.
Speech vs. Big Brother
April 4th 1984
Lilsnips show that Winston Smith of MiniTru is writing in a diary. The telescreen only saw flickview writing. There was no AntiBB thought present so there is no harm. Though frownon, the Thougpo will not apprehend or reprimand him. For now, he remains under Thoughpoveillance. Facepressions say a lot about a person but his was perfectly blank. Ingsoc has told MiniTru to clowatch Winston. This concludes the tentative investigation of Winston Smith.
New Party Members Experience 2MinHate
The new party members got their firtast of 2MinHate. Anger reached its peak midway through the 2ndmin. Cries of “Swine!” and “Long Live Big Brother!” were heard throughout the room. Chants of “BB! BB! BB! BB!” were also heard. It was goodexp. This concludes the review of the 2MinHate for the new members.
Placed in a dystopian society
No traces of individuality
Placed in the year 1984
Any and every uprising always hittin' the floor
Diary writing protagonist
Plus a mysterious antagonist
None to compare
Nothing is safe
Nothing to be hidden
Everything for society to be likeeeee
Existence of Newspeak
Concept of Doublethink
Your mind will absolutely freak
You cannot even come cleaaaannn