1984 fiction becomes fact: Ten

Concluding the series:?Ten ways the democratic northern hemisphere nations became the Orwellian West.

1.) Continuous War

2.) Widespread Surveillance

3.) Propaganda-Style Fake News

4.) Acceptance of Politically Correct Orthodoxies via?Newspeak

5.) Dumbing Down and Doublethink

6.) Censorship

7.) Two Minutes of Hate against Political Scapegoats and Strawmen

8.) Harassment and Arrest of Dissidents

9.)??#MeToo?Sexual Purges

10.) Historical Revisionism


The ?memory hole? in 1984 was a chute connected to an incinerator and served as the mechanism by which the Ministry of Truth would abolish historical archives as if they never existed.


Had the establishment?s candidate, Hillary Clinton, won the U.S. Presidency in 2016, would any of the Orwellian revelations behind SPYGATE ever have seen the light of day?? Of course not.? Just like in 1984, the??Memory Hole??would have been utilized to make?The?Party?appear infallible.

In reference to the (Orwellian) Obrien-like?CIA and FBI mole, Steven Halper, who infiltrated and entrapped members of Donald Trump?s campaign,??The American Spectator? has written of it thusly:


Halper ? who tried to get a position in the campaign, spent over a year shadowing Carter Page, and tried to entrap George Papadopoulos ? ?wasn?t spying.? Halper was just ?observing,? ?assisting an FBI investigation? (as the Washington Post desperately put it), or, in the words of John Brennan, seeking ?insight.?

George Orwell would have laughed at that one. ?Political language,? Orwell said, ?is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.? ?In this case, it is an all-hands-on-deck propaganda effort to make spying on political opponents respectable ? a ruination of reputations, careers, and bank accounts of Trump campaign officials undertaken ?for their own good,? we?re told. Liberalism claims a monopoly on everything, particularly language, and liberals will let us know when we can and can?t use ?spying? to describe obtaining information secretly. End of quote.


Indeed. The writings of George Orwell sublimely revealed how??political language??and the?Memory Hole?are used in combination by the Collectivists to move forward toward their final agenda of ultimate control.

It is why the Media Messengers have recently reported on??Trump Supporter??Roseanne Barr, but have never once referenced Harvey Weinstein as the??Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton Bundler?.

Did you catch that?

Roseanne Barr?s recent allegations of racism and intolerance against Obama?s advisor, Valarie Jarrett, are tied to Trump while tainted Harvey Weinstein?s liberalism and support for both Obama and Jarrett are disappeared right down into the?Memory Hole.

This is the exact same way the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012 was later blamed on a?YouTube?video, why the Obama Administration was never held to account for its IRS harassment of the Tea Party, how a British judge?could ban press coverage of Islamic pedophiles, and how the two lawyers responsible for covering up the crimes of Hillary Clinton were allowed to openly collude in a coup against a sitting president.


Think lawlessness like this could never occur in the Democratic nations of the Northern Hemisphere?

Too late.


Whether history and headlines rhyme, or repeat, or whether life merely imitates art ? in the end, the stories rarely vary. ?Civilizations rise and societies fall.? And, in the long term, entropy never ceases to run its course on the crumbling road to?tyranny.

Obviously, the road to hell is paved with bad intentions, but under the guise of good intentions.? Of course, the slide toward the slough will continue and those feigning the love of?peoplekind?will persist in their lies.

Soon, as George Orwell envisioned, the Party may become more honest and figure out the final solution.? As Oceania?s Inner Party member, ?Obrien? admitted while torturing Winston Smith in Room 101 of?The Ministry of Love: Quote.


The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power. Not wealth or luxury or long life or happiness; only power, pure power?.

We are different from all the oligarchies of the past in that we know what we are doing. All the others, even those who resembled ourselves, were cowards and hypocrites. The German Nazis and the Russian Communists came very close to us in their methods, but they never had the courage to recognize their own motives. They pretended, perhaps they even believed, that they had seized power unwillingly and for a limited time, and that just round the corner there lay a paradise where human beings would be free and equal. We are not like that.

? Obrien, ?1984?: part 3, chapter 3, End quote.


Although, as we draw nearer to Orwell?s perfect vision of hell on earth, to acquiesce to orthodoxies of political correctness in the meantime, is nothing short of suicide by cowardice. It would be akin to acknowledging the state?s embezzled power as god; and to bow down before those holding nothing sacred themselves, except power.

Even so, with the technological capabilities at the disposal of those in control today, the key for the Party to continually centralize its power becomes no more difficult than a?game of Whack-a-mole.? And, sadly, most of?peoplekind?won?t fight as the dominoes fall. ?Instead, they will slip on their?electronic collars?for slices of bread and learn to love their new ?necklaces?.

Of course, it could have been different.? But in looking at government administrations, the entertainment industry, the press, the media, politics, football, the Boy Scouts, and now even?coffee shops: ?There is nothing the Party has ever touched that it didn?t cause to wilt like a flower in the fall.

In the once-free, and previously Christian, nations of the Northern Hemisphere?hope?has become a luxury we can no longer afford.


by?Doug ?Uncola? Lynn,?thetollonline.com