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Orwell's economic perspectives and opinions introduced are seldom in his literary works, he wrote many volumes of his political commentary, which is expressed in a totalitarian world. In "1984", his expressions on totalitarianism and commanded societies are extremely cynical and negative (Roback 127). Orwell's ideas on technology had been indifferent, he did not support it or move against it, all that mattered when tech came to the film was who commanded it, (Roback 127). Orwell's viewpoints sync with the character in the book; Orwell's perspectives and Smith's will be the exact same and have exactly the same standpoints on totalitarianism. Orwell's "1984" creates a grim picture of humanity's existence within a very controlling totalitarian authorities. Totalitarianism is a form of government where there's an absolute dictatorship, "1984" portrays the states beneath a mind controlling authorities. Propaganda contaminates every corner and street; St. Martins church is now a tradition for propaganda of life prior to the war, while also explaining Big Brothers invention of the aeroplane. Smith explains that the sole evidence of historic data is a silent protest on the planet. The inner party controls the ideas of people by telling individuals of historic conditions prior to the revolution, conditions of oppression and extreme poverty worse than anything people can envision. From birth to death nobody had sufficient to eat, everyone slept ten to a space and Capitalists owned everything in sight. The party did so to remove any possibility of rebellion of those people. Historical data no longer existed; every ounce of history was wiped and rewritten from the celebration for the necessary precautions of rebellion, (Orwell 76). The lies composed by propaganda inside the...