Commentary: Freedom Is a Myth: We Are All Prisoners of the Police State’s Panopticon Village

September 18, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

First broadcast in Great Britain 50 years ago, The Prisoner—a dystopian television series described as “James Bond meets George Orwell filtered through Franz Kafka”—confronted societal themes that are still relevant today: the rise of a police state, the freedom of the individual, round-the-clock surveillance, the corruption of government, totalitarianism, weaponization, group think, mass marketing, and the tendency of humankind to meekly accept their lot in life as a prisoner in a prison of their own making.

Source: Commentary: Freedom Is a Myth: We Are All Prisoners of the Police State’s Panopticon Village

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