1 But if there was hope, it lay in the proles.
2 In reality very little was known about the proles.
3 'The proles are not human beings,' he said carelessly.
4 The Party claimed, of course, to have liberated the proles from bondage.
5 The great majority of proles did not even have telescreens in their homes.
6 It was not desirable that the proles should have strong political feelings.
7 The proles were nearly always right when they gave you a warning of this kind.
8 But the proles, if only they could somehow become conscious of their own strength.
9 'Steamer' was a nickname which, for some reason, the proles applied to rocket bombs.
10 Some could even be purchased for a bottle of gin, which the proles were not supposed to drink.
11 For that matter, even religious worship would have been permitted if the proles had shown any sign of needing or wanting it.
12 The Lottery, with its weekly pay-out of enormous prizes, was the one public event to which the proles paid serious attention.
13 It was probable that there were some millions of proles for whom the Lottery was the principal if not the only reason for remaining alive.
14 As usual, there was no definite rule against talking to proles and frequenting their pubs, but it was far too unusual an action to pass unnoticed.
15 It had been on the tip of his tongue to say 'Except the proles,' but he checked himself, not feeling fully certain that this remark was not in some way unorthodox.
16 But simultaneously, true to the Principles of doublethink, the Party taught that the proles were natural inferiors who must be kept in subjection, like animals, by the application of a few simple rules.
17 There was a vast amount of criminality in London, a whole world-within-a-world of thieves, bandits, prostitutes, drug-peddlers, and racketeers of every description; but since it all happened among the proles themselves, it was of no importance.
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