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Why Orwell matters

His defence of freedom flies in the face of all that is woke and regressive today. By Bruno Waterfield Source: Spike Online Most people think that George Orwell was writing about, and against, totalitarianism – especially when they encounter him … Continue reading

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George Orwell on the Atomic Bomb

On this day in 1903, Eric Blair (who later adopted the pen name George Orwell) was born in Bihar, India. He’s best known as the author of  “1984”, one of the greatest dystopian novels and a major influence on countless … Continue reading

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