The history article “How the Hitler Youth Turned a Generation of Kids Into Nazis” and the book 1984 both explore the dystopian element of how the government has philosophical control. In 1984, children are trained to be Spies for the government to report suspicious behavior and become very excited to “vaporize” people. They are trained to think this way because the government controls what they see and drill lines into their mind until the children believe it themselves. The government controls the children and transforms them into “frightening”, strict, rule followers of the government “like gamboling tiger cubs who grow up to be man-eaters”. All people in this society are controlled and constructed from birth to be perfect society members. Nobody has freedom to do, think, or feel anything because the government has restricted this luxury from them. Orwell is educating his audience of the threat that would become if the government has control of virtually everything. In “How the Hitler Youth Turned a Generation of Kids Into Nazis”, the government forced children to participate in Hitler Youth or else they would be “banned”. All kids were “saturated in Nazi ideology” and the children began to follow and believe everything and anything the Nazi’s told them. Children were so controlled by the Nazi’s they began to “denounce their parents”. Families in Germany during this time period had no control over what their children learned while they were in Hitler Youth and nobody had any freedom to control their actions or else they would be severely punished. When people are told something their entire life and it is drilled into their brains; they cannot forget it and they begin to believe it. With a government who controls everything, nobody has any freedom to do think anything other than what they are specifically told.