Big Brother isn’t watching you
Especially many young people feel excluded from the society due to the missing attention from the government. Young people want to help the community, actually they have a great community spirit, but this spirit cannot be maintained if the government are excluding the young people by paying them less attention and by tearing apart the values that hold their community together. So void, and this spirit are feelings many people live with, because they are dissatisfied with the way the government rules the community, and that is why they begin these riots.
The English comedian, actor, musician and entertainer, Russell Brand, comment ‘’Big Brother isn’t watching you’’ . This comment was on ‘’The Guardian’’ website in 2011 and it was based on the riots going on. Russell Brand explains the rioter’s motive for the riots in 2011 and he describes the riots from his point of view, which means the comment has a first person limited narrator, because he does not know the feelings of anyone else but himself.…show more content… Russell Brand uses a lot of sarcasm and irony in his comment to show his displeasure in proportion to how the government handle these riots.
‘’However ‘’unacceptable’’ and ’’unjustifiable’’ it might be, it has happened so we better accept it and, whilst we can’t justify it, we should kick around a few neurons and work out why so many people feel utterly disconnected from the cities they live