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... like good ideas and the no-brainer terrible scenarios of 1984. It has become increasingly noticeable that the American Government has been abusing it powers for political reasons. Many of them showing the way the government is heading as well as the terrible outcome we could meet if we reach the end of this road. However, through all this confusion, only one thing is clear. If the government doesn’t change course, “1984” will become a reality.
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