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1984 by George Orwell: A Dystopian Bedtime Story 2:4 [Read Aloud by PeachyTO]

After a long hiatus, welcome to A Dystopian Bedtime Story, where I read aloud Part 2, Chapter 4 of 1984 by George Orwell for your listening pleasure!


In Chapter 3 we witnessed Winston and Julia becoming better acquainted as they continue their clandestine affair, meeting in a church, beyond the watchful eye of Big Brother. If you need to catch up you can find that reading here, or if you would like to start from the beginning visit the first post of the series here.


If you've been there already, jump right in and listen to Part 2, Chapter 4, the latest recording, on the YouTube and Rumble Peachy Books channels or click the corresponding embedded links below.


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George Orwell quote from 1984 on a black background with a faint outline of a chainlink fence behind white letters saying: Privacy, he said, was a very valuable thing. Everyone wanted a place where they could be alone occasionally.

Privacy is a thing of the past in the new world the technocratic oligarchy has ushered us blindly into. With the advent of the internet, biometrics, virtual assistants (Alexa), smartphones...smart appliances...'smart' everything, we have been slowly circling the drain into a privacy-free existence for decades.


How important is privacy?


An individual must maintain some form of privacy if they want to stay rooted in their identity, think critically, and preserve the ability to enjoy personal opinions without fear of repercussion. One of many reasons, I'm sure, the globalists have been keen to eliminate it.



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