What's so unusual about it? We're being observed all the time. The governments (yes, plural) collect information about every single citizen of Earth, beginning with the date of conception, never ending. The only possibility is that each person in your widely-understood family would die and leave no children. Otherwise they collect every data possible.
Let's follow a typical man in the street:
- Parents have sex in the back seat of dad's car.
- 1 month later mother notices there's something wrong with in her abdominals. She goes to a doctor, finds out she's pregnant.
- He's being born. What an unexpected thing.
- He grows a little. At the age of 2 learns to speak.
- One year later he goes to kindergarten. He's not a perfect kid for that, but he's accepted by the teachers.
- After reaching the appropriate age (depending on country) he goes to primary school. He's not the best, but not the worst - average. He's being bullied for all these years, hoping for an end...
- ...which doesn't come. Secondary school is the same, only the bullying isn't about food and cash any more, but it's about drugs, alcohol and cash. How unexpected.
- University - drinking and studying. Some financial problems force him to get a part-time job. He's getting even worse at studying. Life is hard.
- Graduation! Congratulations, you have now been officially given the title of unemployed.
- Few years later he gets a job. Not a well paid one, but still a job.
- Oh girl, you're so fine! Marry me!
- Oh no! What do you mean by pregnant?!
- The family is living pretty rough. Nothing special, no leisure.
- Retirement? I'm too young!
- Death? I'm too young!
|By Rafał Drożdżewski. CC 3.0|
|By Xavier Snelgrove. CC 2.5|
Threats to freedom of speech, writing and action, though often trivial in isolation, are cumulative in their effect and, unless checked, lead to a general disrespect for the rights of the citizen.
This article is written by me in whole and no text was copied from any other site, except for the George Orwell's quote I used. It's my pure subjective opinion.