Local conservative relates to Nineteen Eighty-Four as his racist internal monologue is "literally Thoughtcrime"
LOOK OUT FOR THE THOUGHT POLICE: Local conservative, Jason Green, has recently finished reading George Orwell's 1949 novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four. He stated that he was able to draw many similarities with the world of the novel and present-day society, but not in the ways you would imagine. Jason empathises with the protagonist, Winston Smith, as they both aren't allowed to think freely. He complained about how todays woke agenda is so controlling that you can't even be racist anymore, and calling people slurs is generally frowned upon.