6 Word Memoir
10 Rules for a Utopian Society
1. No citizens shall partake in any religious activity in order to prevent conflict between religions.
2. There shall be no violence or crime within the society.
3. The citizens dictate how the society will be ran and the citizens alone together will make all the decisions as a whole.
4. Education is required to those between ages seven through eighteen in order for the society to be benefited from educated people to make rational decisions.
5. Citizens are not permitted to have any weapons unless they are protecting the society.
6. Everyone will be treated equally no matter the race.
7. All citizens have to opportunity to provide for themselves and/or their family by having an occupation readily available and available to anyone needing one.
8. Everyone has the right to their own privacy at any time.
9. Drug use not prescribed is not permitted under no circumstances.
10. If any laws are broken, the person or persons will be immediately exiled from the society with no exceptions.
The actor that could play Winston would be Benedict Cumberbatch because he portrays Winston reasonably. Both characters are middle aged men with an intellectual personality fit for the job. Benedict is the perfect actor to commit crimes and act like nothing ever happened as well as him being able to betrayal the government subtly.
Elizabeth Mitchell is the actor to play Julia due to her being a great match for Winston and her being able to act sensual in a perfect manner. She is a great actor to show maturity with a lover while rebelling at the same time.
Shel Silverstein would be the actor for Big Brother because of his face. His face and big brothers portray a face of strictness and power. Although not much is know about Big Brother, this accounts for Silverstein's background of him not acting. Shel could easily be on a poster or billboard around Oceania.
Bryan Cranston could play O'Brien because of how he can manage to deceive someone so well. Apart from the similar ages of each other, each have a certain behavior almost destined to deceive someone so innocently and swiftly. Both are smart, have little emotion, and portray themselves as to never have been suspected of anything negative.
Blog Post - Ideals of Freedom
In our country of the United States of America, we are blessed with freedoms that easily outweigh many other countries struggling with power for their citizens. In our country, we are given freedoms that include the freedom of speech, freedom of press, free to buy your own house or to decide who you will be married to. We have the power to vote, bear arms, drive, read, write, eat freely, drink freely and so many more. Some of the freedoms I enjoy the most are being able to enjoy recreational activities. Instead of living in a society where fun and games with friends are restricted, I am able to go out with my friends on the weekends or play sports to whatever I choose to play. Many societies do not have sports available and may not even be allowed to be participated in. Another freedom I enjoy is being able to speak freely. Although some words should not be spoken, I can still speak them if I choose. I am not restricted to which I want to say like in the book Anthem where a certain word is restricted and failure to comply with this rule will result in your death. Countries giving their citizens little to no rights is inevitably a death trap for the government. Little rights gets people in the mood to fight for power and rights which can easily result in a tyranny against the government. Giving people less rights means less enjoyment to live so war can be common. As well as giving people little rights, a government may not be able to thrive if the citizens have little rights because the people will not be able to create an economy based on wants and needs so resources may become scarce within the government. To conclude, living in a society of freedom easily outweighs the negatives of living in a society without freedoms.