ISIS 2.0: Decoding the Orwellian War Propaganda in 2020

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Arthur F. Wayne, INTELCASTER – To fully understand the latest ISIS narrative and what is going on on the newswires one has to project himself into Orwell’s 1984.

In George Orwell’s 1949 book, Nineteen Eighty-Four, society is kept in a perpetual state of fear and war, even though most of the war reporting is not based on facts but is, rather, manufactured by the ruling Ingsoc Party – one can easily conclude. And that is clearly what is now happening with the latest “news” reports about the Islamic State, ISIS 2.0.

In Nineteen Eighty-Four, the public is forced to hate enemy of the state “Emmanuel Goldstein” (this name is interesting for another reason which I will discuss at the bottom of this report), a persona that, in the story, is likely fabricated by the Ingsoc Party. The political party that rules Oceania through terror and oppression.

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