Sunday, January 29, 2012

Glenn Beck Talks about George Orwell's classic Book "1984" in 2012, "PRIVACY IS DEAD"

Glenn Beck Talks about George Orwell's classic Book "1984" in 2012, "PRIVACY IS DEAD"

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Glenn Beck spent an entire episode on GBTV talking about George Orwell's classic book 1984. It is amazing to see what is happening in 2012 to monitor you and I with EVERYTHING that we do. If you haven't yet read 1984 you should. It was made into a movie in, of all years, 1984. If you haven't seen the movie beware that it has a "R" rating. Below you can watch all three segments of Glenn's episode featuring 1984 with guests, author, Brad Thor and "life continuity expert" Barrett Moore. Also during the show they talked about a few other books and they are listed below. Now we can see how and why "PRIVACY IS DEAD!"

Click Here to get your own copy of George Orwell's book 1984

Click Here for watch 1984 or get it on DVD

Other Books talked about during the show are:

They Thought They Were Free: The Germans, 1933-45 by Milton Mayer (more to come in the following weeks regarding this book, stay tuned.)

The Age of Spiritual Machines: When Computers Exceed Human Intelligence by Ray Kurzweil

In The Plex: How Google Thinks, Works, and Shapes Our Lives by Steven Levy

Black List: A Thriller by Brad Thor (new July 31, 2012)

Full Black: A Thriller by Brad Thor

Nineteen Eighty-Four (first published in 1949) by George Orwell is a dystopian novel about Oceania, a society ruled by the oligarchical dictatorship of the Party. Life in the Oceanian province of Airstrip One is a world of perpetual war, pervasive government surveillance, and incessant public mind control, accomplished with a political system euphemistically named English Socialism (Ingsoc), which is administrated by a privileged Inner Party elite. Yet they too are subordinated to the totalitarian cult of personality of Big Brother, the deified Party leader who rules with a philosophy that decries individuality and reason as thoughtcrimes; thus the people of Oceania are subordinated to a supposed collective greater good. The protagonist, Winston Smith, is a member of the Outer Party who works for the Ministry of Truth (Minitrue), which is responsible for propaganda and historical revisionism. His job is to re-write past newspaper articles so that the historical record is congruent with the current party ideology. Because of the childhood trauma of the destruction of his family — the disappearances of his parents and sister — Winston Smith secretly hates the Party, and dreams of rebellion against Big Brother. (

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