There have always been fears for the future. The founding documents of the United States were written in order to protect future Americans from unknown threats and to guarantee rights to the people. Many of the founding mothers and fathers of the country were deeply concerned about the roles of central banking, moneyed interests, propaganda, and outside forces. Sad to say, many of their fears have come true, and no one bothers to understand the intent of their documents anymore.
George Orwell was among the people who predicted that the civil rights of the average American would be trampled on severely in the future. Were his thoughts wrong? Read on and decide for yourself.