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AntiFascist Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Dec-01-11 02:48 AM
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6. If you don't fall for Huxley (OWS) then you will be subject to Orwell n/t
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  -I re-read 1984 tonight FirstLight  Dec-01-11 02:08 AM   #0 
  - Yea, Thought crime, like that guy Blumeburg had arrested for "planning" a terrorist attack...  Devil_Fish   Dec-01-11 02:16 AM   #1 
  - there is more  FirstLight   Dec-01-11 02:43 AM   #3 
     - I think we're going to see drones proliferating the skies, perched on buildings  RKP5637   Dec-01-11 05:51 AM   #16 
  - 1984 is a frightening scenario indeed,,, but  JohnnyRingo   Dec-01-11 02:43 AM   #2 
  - agreed  FirstLight   Dec-01-11 02:45 AM   #4 
  - and there it is  Solly Mack   Dec-01-11 02:47 AM   #5 
  - Riding on the crest of a slump  JohnnyRingo   Dec-01-11 03:07 AM   #9 
  - If you don't fall for Huxley (OWS) then you will be subject to Orwell n/t  AntiFascist   Dec-01-11 02:48 AM   #6 
  - beautiful.....n/t  patrick t. cakes   Dec-01-11 02:56 AM   #7 
  - Sorry, I don't get it.  tblue   Dec-01-11 03:08 AM   #10 
     - Huxley predicted...  AntiFascist   Dec-01-11 03:27 AM   #11 
        - I keep thinking the 1% used 1984 as a blueprint  LiberalEsto   Dec-01-11 06:57 AM   #18 
        - Yeah, Orwell meant it as a cautionary tale  deutsey   Dec-01-11 07:32 AM   #20 
        - You're right.  tblue   Dec-01-11 01:29 PM   #27 
  - Thanks for that  hermetic   Dec-01-11 04:31 AM   #12 
  - Here's a direct link to the image  JohnnyRingo   Dec-01-11 12:33 PM   #26 
  - Exactly!!! ""Big Brother" doesn't have to force us into submission when  RKP5637   Dec-01-11 05:43 AM   #14 
  - I reread 1984 over the summer...  babydollhead   Dec-01-11 08:15 AM   #22 
  - i think it's both. there are those who will fall for the huxley version. and for the rest  ejpoeta   Dec-01-11 06:08 AM   #17 
     - That's what I was thinking as well. However, with austerity becoming the norm  deutsey   Dec-01-11 07:34 AM   #21 
  - That's probably the scariest book I ever read.  tblue   Dec-01-11 03:05 AM   #8 
  - The olde Two Minutes Hate...  ellisonz   Dec-01-11 04:51 AM   #13 
  - I call Fox News the 24hr Hate.  ipfilter   Dec-01-11 08:24 AM   #23 
  - I woke up this morning way early thinking about stuff like this. Way too many  RKP5637   Dec-01-11 05:45 AM   #15 
  - Yes. Many of us remember reading it in the sixties when 1984 seemed such  bluerum   Dec-01-11 07:15 AM   #19 
  - That book sits on my bedside table.  sarcasmo   Dec-01-11 08:54 AM   #24 
  - funny  FirstLight   Dec-01-11 10:23 AM   #25 
 

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