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1984: A Dystopian Bedtime Story 1:2[PeachyTO Reads]

If you're here for the second installment of 1984: A Dystopian Bedtime Story, where I read George Orwell's 1984 for your listening pleasure, you've come to the right place. If you were looking for the first episode, please find it here.


Kick off your shoes, grab a drink or cuppa and let's find out who has disturbed Winston as he misbehaves in his flat, whilst at home for lunch from the Ministry of Truth.


You can find this recording of Part 1, Chapter 2 on both my YouTube and Rumble Peachy Books channels.


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I shared this visual quote from Nineteen-Eighty Four with my social media followers on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram this week.


The Full Quote by O'Brien:


'"All competing pleasures will be destroyed. But always -- do not forget this, Winston -- always there will be the intoxication of power, constantly increasing and constantly growing subtler. Always, at every moment, there will be the thrill of victory, the sensation of trampling on an enemy who is helpless. If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face -- for ever."' 1984, George Orwell

Belonging to O'Brien, this 1984 excerpt from George Orwell is Tyranny in a quote. He opined to Winston that the rulers would always encounter conflict with the people, a sentiment that one might perceive as hopeful if it weren't so sadistic since as long as resistance remained against the tyrants, people were still fighting back, intimating they also hadn't yet lost.


With the incoming exploitation by the globalists' WEF [UN] Great Reset, citizens of the globe will lose autonomy, their private ownership, businesses, farms, and ability to travel without permits, all while having their lives programmable via digital IDs based on a social credit system.


We are living the resistance right now, do not waste another day. Do not accept their chains or spend the rest of your days with Klaus Schwab's boot on your face.



 

Recently, I was chatting with a social media friend on one of my Instagram posts, and he questioned whether this book was even allowed in schools anymore. So I'm hoping readers of this post could help me figure this out.


Do you know whether or not Nineteen-Eighty-Four is still in circulation at the schools in your city? Are you aware of any students in your circle being issued it by their teachers? With the blatant 'progressive' ideology that is the focus of western school systems at the behest of the postmodernists and the WEF, it is doubtful George Orwell's antithetical works would ever be up for choosing. Like most things that trouble my weary mind, though, I would love to be proven wrong.


 


Happy St. Paddy's Day to those who celebrate! What's your favourite Irish proverb?




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