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In 1944, George Orwell wrote a letter to a man named Noel Willmett, who had asked Orwell about his views on " leader worship. " Orwell replied with a rather lengthy letter.

The central message he conveyed led him to write his now famous book : 1984. Life in the modern world is all too starkly resembling the world that George Orwell portrayed and President Trump is still fighting Big Brother and Newspeak, The Ministry for Truth and the band of traitors who seek to control us through fear and misinformation. 

Is Trump a fuhrer or a Ghandi? Is he a victim or a perpetrator? 

Orwell did not start writing 1984 until 1947, and introduced us to words that are now all too familiar. Words like doublethink, thoughtcrime, memory hole, and Big Brother.

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The book is set in 1984 in Oceania, one of three perpetually warring totalitarian states (the other two are Eurasia and Eastasia). Oceania is governed by the all-controlling Party, which has brainwashed the population into unthinking obedience to its leader, Big Brother. The Party has created a propagandistic language known as Newspeak, which is designed to limit free thought and promote the Party’s doctrines. Its words include doublethink (belief in contradictory ideas simultaneously), which is reflected in the Party’s slogans: “War is peace,” “Freedom is slavery,” and “Ignorance is strength.” The Party maintains control through the Thought Police and continual surveillance. source


In his letter, Orwell asserts that Hitler may go, but will be replaced by other characters who inspire blind devotion; whether that devotion is through love or fear is not discussed. 

Today, there are such characters. Xi Jinping of China, Putin, and some may say that Trump was and is a fuhrer like character.

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Most Trump supporters KNOW that the election was stolen from Trump because of the THOUSANDS of proofs, not because we are "loyal" to Trump. We have no trouble criticizing Trump if he does something wrong. But the Left can not handle the ( real ) Truth and will protect their own even if it involves murder or committal of crimes in order to get their way. 

Try criticising Xi Jinping and see how long it is before you " disappear. "

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Our media has become a global  Newspeak and many of our leaders - such as Comrade Dan Andrews in Victoria - have people called Health Spokespeople who bear a remarkable resemblance to the Ministry for Truth. 

The double impeachment fiasco in America should put to rest any fears that Trump is or was a fuhrer like character. No impeachment - just double acquittal. 

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In fact, it has proven that in spite of the determination of Newspeak, the Ministry for Truth and the determination of the cabal of pharmaceutical companies, tech giants and crooked fuhrers within their own spheres of influence, Trump was and is one of the last men standing when it comes to defending AGAINST the horror depicted in 1984. 

This second failure to impeach Trump should exonerate him from ever being accused of being a dictator or fuhrer. In fact, it has proven that he is a man who leads through patriotic love of his country and his fellow citizens. His support is born out of love, not fear. 

Trump is more a Ghandi than a fuhrer. 

And that is why Big Brother hates him: because they fear him.  

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I have placed excerpts from this letter below.  

I must say I believe, or fear, that taking the world as a whole these things are on the increase. Hitler, no doubt, will soon disappear, but only at the expense of strengthening (a) Stalin, (b) the Anglo-American millionaires and (c) all sorts of petty fuhrers of the type of de Gaulle. All the national movements everywhere, even those that originate in resistance to German domination, seem to take non-democratic forms, to group themselves round some superhuman fuhrer (Hitler, Stalin, Salazar, Franco, Gandhi, De Valera are all varying examples) and to adopt the theory that the end justifies the means.

Everywhere the world movement seems to be in the direction of centralised economies which can be made to ‘work’ in an economic sense but which are not democratically organised and which tend to establish a caste system.

With this go the horrors of emotional nationalism and a tendency to disbelieve in the existence of objective truth because all the facts have to fit in with the words and prophecies of some infallible fuhrer.

Already history has in a sense ceased to exist, ie. there is no such thing as a history of our own times which could be universally accepted, and the exact sciences are endangered as soon as military necessity ceases to keep people up to the mark.

Hitler can say that the Jews started the war, and if he survives that will become official history. He can’t say that two and two are five, because for the purposes of, say, ballistics they have to make four. But if the sort of world that I am afraid of arrives, a world of two or three great superstates which are unable to conquer one another, two and two could become five if the fuhrer wished it. That, so far as I can see, is the direction in which we are actually moving, though, of course, the process is reversible.

...... To begin with there is the general indifference to the decay of democracy. ....... there is the fact that the intellectuals are more totalitarian in outlook than the common people. On the whole the English intelligentsia have opposed Hitler, but only at the price of accepting Stalin.

Most of them are perfectly ready for dictatorial methods, secret police, systematic falsification of history etc. so long as they feel that it is on ‘our’ side. Indeed the statement that we haven’t a Fascist movement in England largely means that the young, at this moment, look for their fuhrer elsewhere. One can’t be sure that that won’t change, nor can one be sure that the common people won’t think ten years hence as the intellectuals do now. I hope they won’t, I even trust they won’t, but if so it will be at the cost of a struggle. If one simply proclaims that all is for the best and doesn’t point to the sinister symptoms, one is merely helping to bring totalitarianism nearer.

You also ask, if I think the world tendency is towards Fascism, why do I support the war. It is a choice of evils—I fancy nearly every war is that. I know enough of British imperialism not to like it, but I would support it against Nazism or Japanese imperialism, as the lesser evil. Similarly I would support the USSR against Germany because I think the USSR cannot altogether escape its past and retains enough of the original ideas of the Revolution to make it a more hopeful phenomenon than Nazi Germany.

I think, and have thought ever since the war began, in 1936 or thereabouts, that our cause is the better, but we have to keep on making it the better, which involves constant criticism.

Yours sincerely,
Geo. Orwell

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