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Winston kept his back to the telescreen so nothing he said was heard and anything he did would not be seen.
Winston thought about to who he was writing in this diary for. Winston was thinking "How could you communicate with the future"(Orwell 10).
Everyday they watched the Two Minute Hate program. Goldstein was the primal trader of the Party. He was an advocator for freedom of speech and thought.
WAR IS PEACE FREEDOM IS SLAVERY IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH
As the hate rose Goldstein turned into Big Brother on the screen, then the face of Big Brother faded out and the words of the Party came on the screen.
Winston thought through their eyes. "I am with you"(Orwell 18).
Winston thought O'Brian was saying "I know all your contempt, your hatred, your disgust"(Orwell 18).
For a second Winston caught O'Brian's eye and he knew he was on his side
He wrote over and over, "DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER". Winston knew the Thought Police would get him, even if he never wrote anything. He committed a Thoughtcrime.
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