2034 The Corporation Post 2012 | A Modern Dystopian Novel
the bleak dystopian reality of day-to-day life for the masses in
futuristic 2034, the Orwellian novel is truly a story of courage, empathy, and
the power of love.
The failure of the U.S. Government; enabled by the financial crisis, amoral mass media, blistering national debt, reckless Federal spending, and haughty politicians...
As the masses desperately search for security and stability, the people are duped into voting out the Constitution for the first-ever Social Enterprise Employee Stock Ownership Country (SEESOC).
All too soon though, the people find they have become nothing more than corporate servants, locked inside the two Great Walls separating Mexico and Canada. Tagged with barcodes, continually fed distorted information from the agents of media, all the while endlessly stalked by Security Services... George Orwell's prophecy from the brilliant historical literary masterpiece 1984 extends beyond a feared doomsday 2012, and instead...into a dystopian 2034.
Despite most employees' mindless embrace of The Corporation's propaganda professing 'progressiveness' (uniformity and Collectivism in disguise), one man suddenly... unexpectedly... finds love within the hopeless Corporate despair that becomes the future for all.
Hiding his affection for Sue from Management and Security Services, Franklin Concord finds refuge and courage within the company of an old junk keeper, mysteriously operating a dusty shop filled with illegal antique books, among other treasures. When Franklin and Sue's love affair is exposed though, the pair are faced with a critical decision...
Remain in The Corporation and chance being seized by Security Services for unconformity... Or attempt an escape to freedom through The Great Wall of Mexico, or The Great Wall of Canada?
The contemporary novel 2034 is truly about The Form of the Good, though interwoven within a spellbinding and dark dystopian society... Despite the dismal circumstances at hand within 2034, one man will risk his life for the woman he loves... their independence... and their freedom.
Will the The Corporation triumph over the Orwellian spirit of the individual's plight against surveillance, propaganda, misinformation, and conformity? Or will hope, love, and freedom triumph in the end?
A World Without Flags | Mark Whistler | 2009
2034 The Corporation Post 2012 | A Modern Dystopian Novel Excerpts
"The Corporation had banned all paper products; including cash, in 2014, just after H1N5 (the Avian Flu) mutated and became airborne.
The plague's evolution triggered a virulent Pandemic topping that of the Bubonic plague of 1918."
- Page 17
"In The Form of the Good, the sun is pure virtuousness; giving life, providing warmth, and supplying light. In essence, the sun provides life too all people on earth regardless of race, creed, sex, religion, socio-economic status, or nationality... And yet, the sun asks for nothing in return. In The Form of the Good, politicians, executives and rulers, at least those who are virtuous, act in the same form as the sun, providing the masses with light to live, grow and prosper, but never force decisions upon the people simply for party-line, corporate greed, lobbyist filth, or personal prosperity... All of the people are given sunlight (opportunity) equally."
- Page 144
"The financial crisis propped up the price of gold, and with the final approval for the international fund to sell the gold (by the U.S. Congress in late 2009 and early 2010), the fund was able to dump the gold into the market at over $1,500 a troy ounce."
- Page 37
"If you take away the right to choose, you are really taking away freewill. Tyranny decides for people; liberty allows people to choose for themselves."
" - Page 141
"The paper-money ban was also the birth of the human barcodes, which were propagated as a vital necessity to provide greater health safety for the masses', replacing germ spreading cash, ATM, and credit cards."
- Page 17
"There weren't too many winter days now when temperatures on the Northern seaboard were above freezing. At least, not since the Gulf Stream had almost completely slowed in 2015. Before the Government began acquiring positions in airlines, healthcare, and the automotive industry too."
- Page 4
"Dearest employees: The Corporation is pleased to announce the Lomonosov Ridge beneath the arctic sea was secured this morning by Security Services Special Forces. The Corporation's Special Arctic Naval Forces retrieved a flag from the floor of the Arctic Sea, planted there almost 27-years ago by Russia, on August 4, 2007."
- Page 27
"Looking back at history, the initial Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for implantable chips surfaced in 2004, under the auspice of a more secure method for individuals to transport medical records. Really though, the RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) microchips meant humans would be tracked like cargo."
- Page 17
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