The Pros And Cons Of Dystopia In Our World

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One question that should be highlighted here is ‘Where are we going?’ If we look at extremes, we will see that we have two main directions. First of them is leads to the utopia, and the second – vice versa, namely to the dystopia. Have you ever dreamed about our future? How do you personally see our world after a millennium? Just imagine, think about it. And I guess, that you will rather imagine the Bradbury or Zamyatin – shaped word, than Tomas’s More one. It’s just one of the usual stereotypes. Our life is getting worse, and nothing else. But let’s end up with our assumptions and look through facts for the each way. Are you able to recall anyone trying to create a dystopia in our world? If not, I will give you the best example you have ever heard. Singapore. 1950. Lee Kuan Yew. For three decades he was creating “computer government”. He issued a number…show more content…
Now Singapore is not such an unusual and dystopia-like state, what make us to think that dictatorship usually collapses when the leader lays off. The same with Hitler, with Stalin-Khrushchev-Brezhnev, Abū ʿAlī Manṣū (Ismail ilam) and etc. But almost all of those heads of state made the economy of their country progressive, didn’t they? So, we can draw a conclusion that nowadays world dystopia is possible. Furthermore it is fruitful in some ways. But would you like to live in conditions like that? I wouldn’t. It is undoubtedly not a life at all. And what about utopia? Do you think that such world, where everyone leaves on cloud nine is real? If not, I’ll try to prove the opposite. I’ll show you two main examples. First is Auroville. Auroville wants to be a universal town where men and women of all countries are able to live in peace and progressive harmony above all creeds, all politics and all nationalities. The purpose of Auroville is to realise human unity. This project was started at 1968, now it is approved by UNESKO and more than 3 000 people from 45 countries are involved in
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