1984 FAMILY QUOTES

“The family, under the Party’s control, ceased to be a purely natural institution. It became a political weapon.” – George Orwell

“You must love Big Brother. It is not enough to obey him; you must love him.” – George Orwell

“Family loyalty was dangerous. You couldn’t love someone too much; the Party didn’t want that.” – George Orwell

“The Party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command.” – George Orwell

“Families will be abolished. The sexual act, properly performed, is ‘destructive’. A man and a woman must not become attached to each other.” – George Orwell

“The Party controlled all records of the past, and they could communicate any version of the truth that suited their purposes.” – George Orwell

“The concept of family had been eroded to the point where it had become unrecognizable.” – George Orwell

“The purpose of the family was solely to serve the Party and its ideology.” – George Orwell

“The Party wanted to break the link between generations, so that the children would only look to the Party as their parents.” – George Orwell

“Family love was now seen as counter-revolutionary; it went against the Party’s principles.” – George Orwell

“If you want to keep a secret, you must also hide it from yourself.” – George Orwell FRIENDS NEVER SAY GOODBYE QUOTES

“They had done it, they had taken the truth and twisted it into something unrecognizable.” – George Orwell

“The Party aimed to destroy all relationships based on love and replace them with fear and loyalty only to the Party.” – George Orwell

“The family is an obstacle to the Party’s complete control. The Party wants individuals, not families.” – George Orwell

“Nothing was your own except the few cubic centimeters inside your skull.” – George Orwell

“War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.” – George Orwell

“The thought police would track you down even if you only had a tiny spark of rebellion left.” – George Orwell

“The Party sought to destroy all ties that could potentially lead to independent thought or opposition.” – George Orwell

“Reality exists in the human mind and nowhere else.” – George Orwell

“The Party aimed to control not only your actions but also your thoughts and emotions.” – George Orwell

“The Party’s ultimate goal was to eliminate the individual and make all citizens loyal only to the Party.” – George Orwell