Progressive Reform Orwell's 1984: Blueprint for US Authoritarianism Today
- George Orwell's concern and forethought gave sage wisdom foreshadowing the malaise paradigm we find ourselves in today, of totalitarian governments around the world and perpetual war feeding the insatiable frenzy of insatiable power and greed.Explore the comparisons and contrasts, review the videos, and come away with a better understanding of the maturity and respect PROUT offers in stark contrast to the way things are today.Can Spirituality, Social Justice, and Economic and Political Democracyfind synergy and synthesis in a fair and equitable manner?
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Posted: 02 Jul 2013 05:04 PM PDTGeorge Orwell, born 110 years ago as Eric Arthur Blair (June 25, 1903 – January 21, 1950), was an English novelist and journalist, his works marked by clarity, intelligence and wit, awareness of social injustice, opposition to totalitarianism, and commitment to democratic socialism.Pursuant to arriving at an ethical practice of politics and economics also leads to explore, with forethought, constituent factors that may derail truthful manifestation, identifying the points of frailty where deceit and exploitation may deflect from honest engagement and foster predation and degeneracy from the wellbeing of all. Recognizing the hypocrisy of Stalin, and the plethora if predators rampant in the socialist and communist movements in Europe, Orwell penned the iconic novel 1984, published in 1947, as a clarion call to the world to beware the tides of neo-exploitation from the bold new movements of socialism and communism running astray of concerns for the wellbeing of humanity.How does PROUT compare or contrast with capitalism or communism? Explore the answers HEREAbby Martin remarks on the 110th birthday of British visionary George Orwell, highlighting 1984's nightmarish prophecy of a dystopian future, in the context of the modern day surveillance state.Watch the first movie, featuring Edmund O'Brien and Michael Redgrave, 1956, in full.
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