"In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the official emergence of ‘facecrime’ in America and whether or not this fact means we meet Orwell’s definition of totalitarian. And is deplatforming and cutting off from the PayPal grid part of that trend? They also look at the ‘fake credit ratings’ and ‘fake cash’ propping up the corporate sector in China."
"In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the reality that we are tenants on our own mobile and computer devices, farming our own lives for the ad revenue of a few giant corporations."
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Hear the Very First Adaptation of George Orwell’s 1984 in a Radio Play Starring David Niven (1949) 0:00.Intro 0:17.1984 NBC University Theater War is Peace! Freedom is Slavery! Ignorance is Strength! Big brother is watching listening. Yep we’re talking propaganda, the fabrication of “truth”, the outlawing of dissent, the distortion of reality, endless war… and of course thought crime. No we’re not talking about the goings on on 2007, were talking about the 1949 NBC University Theater’s adaptation of George Orwell’s 1984. This production originally aired on August 27, 1949 but is available today for your listening enjoyment is the very first adaptation of 1984 and it stars David Niven!
1984 Based on the novel by George Orwell; FULL CAST 1 MP3 – 54 Minutes 15 Seconds – [RADIO DRAMA] Broadcaster: NBC Radio - NBC University Theater Broadcast: August 27, 1949
Chinese-style social credit system is creeping up on the people of the United States. SHOW NOTES AND TRANSCRIPT AVAILABLE AT: https://bit.ly/2kUo243 Copyright Disclaimer: under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research.
1984 (Originaltitel: Nineteen Eighty-Four, deutscher Alternativtitel: Neunzehnhundertvierundachtzig), geschrieben von 1946 bis 1948 und erschienen im Juni 1949, ist ein dystopischer Roman von George Orwell (eigentlich Eric Arthur Blair), in dem ein totalitärer Überwachungsstaat im Jahre 1984 dargestellt wird. Protagonist der Handlung ist Winston Smith. »1984« ist der meistgelesene Science-Fiction-Roman der Weltliteratur. Beeinflusst von Stalinismus und deutschem Nationalsozialismus entwirft George Orwell im Jahre 1948 ein beklemmendes Zukunftsszenario in einem totalitären Überwachungsstaat, das den Leser zu einem Vergleich mit seiner Gegenwart zwingt. Die Parole »Big Brother is watching you« hat Eingang in das Alltagsleben gefunden, um die zunehmende Überwachung auch in demokratischen Systemen zu kritisieren.
Eine Produktion des Rias Berlin und Südwestfunks aus dem Jahre 1977 George Orwell (Autor) Christoph Gahl (Bearbeitung) Manfred Marchfelder (Regisseur) Ernst Jacobi (Sprecher) Angela Winkler (Sprecher) Dieter Borsche (Sprecher)
Newspeak: George Orwell Predicted Brexit in his Book 1984...
Unless you have been living on Pluto for the past couple of years, you are probably sick to death of hearing about Brexit, irrespective of your political views on the matter. Despite the mass media endlessly covering many aspects of Brexit, the history of the word “Brexit” itself has had less coverage. This is the story of the word Brexit and how it pertains to George Orwell’s masterpiece, 1984. As it turns out, Brexit is directly from the pages of Orwell’s most famous book, as Brexit is literally newspeak!
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Juice Rap News is an internet based satirical news show, created in Melbourne, Australia by The Juice Media. The show was the creation of a duo, Hugo Farrant and Giordano Nanni, based in Australia and consists of a rapped "news report" with social commentary using comical rap lyrics. www.hpub.org
A 2003 BBC Television docudrama, written by Chris Durlacher and Paul Whittington, directed by Chris Durlacher.
A Life in Pictures is a fascinating film which straddles the boundary between cinema and documentary. Orwell died in 1950 after the completion of his magnum opus 1984. Despite having lived in a time in which motion picture cameras and audio recording equipment were generally available there is no film of him and not one single recording of his voice survives anywhere. The film is an attempt to create a visual record of George Orwell's life. Orwell himself is played by Chris Langham who does a masterful job of bringing the author to life.
The point is made early on that while the pictures are invented the words are not and everything that Langham (as Orwell) says during the film is something that Orwell wrote. What the film does brilliantly is to clearly demonstrate to someone who is not familiar with Orwell's work that he was not a one-hit-wonder who produced one great book and disappeared but rather someone who evolved over a long and distinguished career to the point where the writing of 1984 was not a choice for him but an imperative.
The film follows a roughly chronological order starting with Orwell's schooling and ending with his death shortly after the publication of 1984.
A 2000 Discovery Channel Sociopolitical Documentary narrated by Nick McArdle.
Written in 1949, George Orwell envisioned a grim future. By 1984, he imagined political leaders manipulating the multitudes into placing infinite faith in their power. In Great Books: 1984, revisit Orwell's life and work, and explore his darkest novel which is sometimes difficult to distinguish from today's reality.
The program puts the novel in historical and social context and draws on clips from the 1984 film starring John Hurt as anti-hero Winston Smith, who falls in love as rebellion against his job rewriting history.
With contributions from Margaret Drabble, Bernard Crick, David Brin, Ray Kurzweil.
70th anniversary of the Globalist instruction manual - although never meant to be so, they have used it and will , in time, make all of us say 2 + 2 = 5 , which method works on you is up to the individual...trouble is most people won't need "treatment"
Nineteen Eighty-Four, also known as 1984, is a 1984 British dystopian science fiction film written and directed by Michael Radford, based upon George Orwell's novel of the same name. Starring John Hurt, Richard Burton, Suzanna Hamilton, and Cyril Cusack, the film follows the life of Winston Smith, a low-ranking civil servant in a war-torn London ruled by Oceania, a totalitarian superstate. Smith (Hurt) struggles to maintain his sanity and his grip on reality as the regime's overwhelming power and influence persecutes individualism and individual thinking on both a political and personal level.
American communism. Discrimination and defamation techniques have not changed.
-The following directive was issued from party headquarter for all communist in the United States.
-It reads, “When certain obstructionists become too irritating, label them, after suitable buildups, as fascist or Nazi or anti-Semitic, and use the prestige of antifascist and tolerance organizations to discredit them. In the public mind, constantly associate those who oppose us with those names wich already have a bad smell. The association will after enough repetition, becomes fact, in the public mind."
Unwörter gibt es in echten "Demokratien" natürlich überhaupt nicht. Ein Unwort ist Teil eines kommunistischen Programms zur zur freiwilligen Zensur der Sprache.
Staatstragend, salbungsvoll und versöhnend wollte Frank-Walter Steinmeier bei seiner Weihnachtsansprache als Bundespräsident wohl erscheinen. Doch hinter den Kulissen fördert er linke Hassgruppen und kämpft gegen Andersdenkende und gegen das Recht der Meinungsfreiheit. Ist der Bundespräsident ein Feind der demokratischen Grundordnung, also ein Feind der Demokratie?
Animal Farm is a 1954 British-American animated comedy-drama film produced by Halas and Batchelor, based on the book Animal Farm by George Orwell. It was the first British animated feature (Water for Firefighting and Handling Ships, two feature length wartime training films, were produced earlier, but did not receive a formal cinema release). The US CIA paid for the filming, part of the American cultural offensive during the Cold War, and influenced how Orwell's ideas were to be presented. The CIA initially funded Louis de Rochemont to begin work on a film version of Orwell's work and he hired Halas & Batchelor, an animation firm in London that had made propaganda films for the British government.
Maurice Denham provided the voice for all the animals and as well as humans in the film.
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David Niven stars in this first radio production of George Orwells' novel; "Nineteen Eighty-Four". The story of Winston Smith and his struggles with life in a future totalitarian nation of Oceania. Orwell wrote "1984" in 1948, he reversed the last two numbers of the year for the title. It was published in the UK by Secker & Warburg on June 8, 1949. This US radio broadcast was aired August 27, 1949, less than 3 months later. Eric Blair, a.k.a. George Orwell's former instructor, Aldous Huxley, writes Orwell comparing their two futuristic novels on October 21, 1949:
The YouTube content creator "Sargon of Akkad" has performed a live show at Conway Hall in London. I provide a review of his speech. See here for the recording of his speech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Cv6rhmiOeg.
Alex Jones has been banned from all but one social media platform. This is allegedly due to "hate speech" and/or breaching the platform's terms of service, but what is really going on? And is it a coincidence this is happening at the same time as other examples of threats to free speech have emerged? See here for more information: http://hpanwo-tv.blogspot.com/2018/08/pewtube-down.html.
'Land of the Giants' 2 yr. TV series '68-69 - follows the adventures of a crew from a spaceship that goes through a 'spacewarp' and lands in a dystopian future on a planet of giants and then must evade capture.
1:42 "it was absolutely necessary that I turn you in...under our form of government phones are tapped...the walls have ears"
2:00 "now they think I'm a loyal citizen" *** IOT i.e. 'smart' everything - talking to interacting with tech devices: Dystopian-Orwellian in-home blanket surveillance of the 'citizens' the only end goal:
For instance: 'Amazon Key': Echo Not Enough Amazon Now Wants Your House Key - Eyes AND Ears Inside The Home: