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In Big Brother: The Orwellian Nightmare Come True, Mark Dice details actual NSA high-tech spy systems, mind-reading machines, secret government projects, and emerging artificial intelligence programs that seem as if they came right out of George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. Orwell's famous book was first published in 1949, and tells the story of a nightmarish futu In Big Brother: The Orwellian Nightmare Come True, Mark Dice details actual NSA high-tech spy systems, mind-reading machines, secret government projects, and emerging artificial intelligence programs that seem as if they came right out of George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. Orwell's famous book was first published in 1949, and tells the story of a nightmarish future where citizens have lost all privacy and are continuously monitored by the omniscient Big Brother surveillance system which keeps them obedient to a totalitarian government. The novel is eerily prophetic as many of the fictional systems of surveillance described have now become a reality. Mark Dice shows you the scary documentation that Big Brother is watching you, and is more powerful than you could imagine. - The National Security Agency - Facial Recognition Scanners - Mind Reading Machines - Neural Interfaces - Psychotronic Weapons - Orwellian Government Programs - The Nanny State - Orwellian Weapons - Artificial Intelligence - Cybernetic Organisms - A Closer Look at 1984 - Our Social Structure - The Control of Information - Perpetual State of War - The Personification of the Party - Telescreens - A Snitch Culture - Relationships in Shambles - A Heartless Society - Foreign Countries Painted as Enemies - Power Hungry Officials - An Erosion of the Language - Double Think - And More! By the author of The Illuminati: Facts & Fiction


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In Big Brother: The Orwellian Nightmare Come True, Mark Dice details actual NSA high-tech spy systems, mind-reading machines, secret government projects, and emerging artificial intelligence programs that seem as if they came right out of George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. Orwell's famous book was first published in 1949, and tells the story of a nightmarish futu In Big Brother: The Orwellian Nightmare Come True, Mark Dice details actual NSA high-tech spy systems, mind-reading machines, secret government projects, and emerging artificial intelligence programs that seem as if they came right out of George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. Orwell's famous book was first published in 1949, and tells the story of a nightmarish future where citizens have lost all privacy and are continuously monitored by the omniscient Big Brother surveillance system which keeps them obedient to a totalitarian government. The novel is eerily prophetic as many of the fictional systems of surveillance described have now become a reality. Mark Dice shows you the scary documentation that Big Brother is watching you, and is more powerful than you could imagine. - The National Security Agency - Facial Recognition Scanners - Mind Reading Machines - Neural Interfaces - Psychotronic Weapons - Orwellian Government Programs - The Nanny State - Orwellian Weapons - Artificial Intelligence - Cybernetic Organisms - A Closer Look at 1984 - Our Social Structure - The Control of Information - Perpetual State of War - The Personification of the Party - Telescreens - A Snitch Culture - Relationships in Shambles - A Heartless Society - Foreign Countries Painted as Enemies - Power Hungry Officials - An Erosion of the Language - Double Think - And More! By the author of The Illuminati: Facts & Fiction

30 review for Big Brother: The Orwellian Nightmare Come True

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lady Jane

    Big Brother: The Orwellian Nightmare Come True is an absolute page-turner. It is a well-researched, thought provoking book in which Mark Dice draws parallels between our society the fictional dystopia presented in the novel 1984 by George Orwell. The author presents his ideas with a written clarity that is a language all in its own, and in such a way that leaves you to come up with your own conclusions. Mark Dice makes many points that crossed my mind as I read 1984 a while back. He points out t Big Brother: The Orwellian Nightmare Come True is an absolute page-turner. It is a well-researched, thought provoking book in which Mark Dice draws parallels between our society the fictional dystopia presented in the novel 1984 by George Orwell. The author presents his ideas with a written clarity that is a language all in its own, and in such a way that leaves you to come up with your own conclusions. Mark Dice makes many points that crossed my mind as I read 1984 a while back. He points out the state of declining education in our country, and compares it to the deliberate dumbing down of the populace in 1984 . He laments the way the general populace is distracted and sedated with mundane things such sports and celebrity news, just as the proles were in 1984 . In a bit over 300 pages, the author addresses many topics relevant to our culture today. His book is not divided by chapters, but rather by titles. Some of the most interesting sections: UK Government Installs Surveillance Cameras In Private Homes; School Spied on Students with Video Cameras in Laptops; Facial Recognition App on Cell Phones; Pre-Crime Cameras; Family Locator Apps; Implantable GPS System; Remotely Disabling Automobiles; Radio Frequence Identification Devices; Mind-Reading Machines; Depression Implant; Psychotronic Weapons; Reading Your Emails Without A Warrant; Social Networking Sites; Data Mining; Orwellian Government Programs; Operation Mockingbird; The PATRIOT Act; National DNA Database; Dictating Your Diet; Orwellian Weapons; Hunter Killer Robots; Artificial Brains; Techno-Utopianism; An Analysis Of Kurzweil’s Predictions; Cybernetic Organisms; and A Closer Look At 1984. All very interesting stuff, not just about Orwell's masterpiece; Mark Dice's excellent research opens the door to the topic of transhumanism, which has inspired me to investigate the topic further through other books and videos. I love books that serve as gateways to other books and information. Mark Dice details the amount of technology we have today, as well as plans for future technologies and how they can be abused by our Big Brother government. The author talks about these spy gadgets, mind-reading technologies, and artificial intelligence systems that seem as if they came right out of science fiction. Sadly, everything the author talks about can be researched and verified on the Internet. A lot of it not mainstream information, though, and the government likes it that way. Skeptics and people who have been forever damaged by the cultural brainwashing will deny and defend the system like someone suffering from severe Stockholm’s syndrome. However, it is wise to remember that just a few weeks before Edward Snowden confirmed that indeed the government is watching everyone via all methods of communication, most would have labeled this kind of information pejoratively as “conspiracy theory.” This book was written around 2010 and 2011, and Mark was already talking about the NSA’s habit of snooping through the communications of its citizens. The guy is truly ahead of his time. Now that it is common knowledge, the sheeple say, “Ah well, if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.” Such are the sad products of cultural programming. George Orwell’s 1984 was first published in 1949, and it tells the story of a terrifying future where citizens have lost all privacy and are continually monitored by the omniscient, omnipotent Big Brother surveillance system which keeps them loyal to their totalitarian government. Sound familiar? The novel is more eerily prophetic than one may imagine—not only have many of the fictional surveillance systems from the novel now become a reality, but many of our technologies today have surpassed the horrors of that dystopia. Mark Dice shows readers how Big Brother is watching all of us, and how it is more powerful than one dares to imagine.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Shawn

    A good collection of examples of how our government has become the very thing predicted in George Orwell's classic 1984. In fact, Orwell could not have imagined the level of surveillance possible with today's technology. This book is not Dice's opinion, but well documented facts that are easily verified. A good collection of examples of how our government has become the very thing predicted in George Orwell's classic 1984. In fact, Orwell could not have imagined the level of surveillance possible with today's technology. This book is not Dice's opinion, but well documented facts that are easily verified.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Austin

    Awesome book I definitely recommend it to anyone interested in the future of the government spying in on you

  4. 5 out of 5

    Someone

    This book was interesting in that it didn't contain chapter numbers - but nonetheless covered all the technologies, both existing and emerging - that mirror or out pace the nightmarish fears that George Orwell wrote about in his best-selling novel "1984". Our gov't isn't playing nice. You really need to read this book if you care anything about America and the direction its headed. This book was interesting in that it didn't contain chapter numbers - but nonetheless covered all the technologies, both existing and emerging - that mirror or out pace the nightmarish fears that George Orwell wrote about in his best-selling novel "1984". Our gov't isn't playing nice. You really need to read this book if you care anything about America and the direction its headed.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    1984 as non-fiction. Mark Dice analyzes all of the current "Big Brother" technology in use or about to come into use. At the end, he analyzes 1984 compared to today's society. The parallels are terrifying. 1984 as non-fiction. Mark Dice analyzes all of the current "Big Brother" technology in use or about to come into use. At the end, he analyzes 1984 compared to today's society. The parallels are terrifying.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Melanie Moxon

    Loved this book! Wow opened my eyes up to how big brother is watching!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Doris Raines

    I LIKE THIS BOOK.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mark Bryant

    Outstanding read. Well-researched but penned without getting bogged down in too many details. It flows and Dice shows clearly how almost everything Orwell wrote about in his book 1984 is either here - or on the near doorstep.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Angeline Gallant

    I didn't want to put it down. I have it in paperback and ebook and am reading the book for the second time. Excellent! I didn't want to put it down. I have it in paperback and ebook and am reading the book for the second time. Excellent!

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