Actually piggy is not able to access many foreign media. We had a relevant discussion in PHF:
Piggy only can find such a paragraph on web:
“conformity in America has showed greatly during 1950 through 1960. The book, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey, is a great example on rebellion vs. conformity. Ken Kesey has used a lot of character in the book, but each character has its own significance. In the novel, Nurse Rached represent the conformity on the ward of hospital, because she always love the power to control everything and all the events in the ward have to follow in a certain pattern that would satisfied Nurse Rached. On the other hand, McMurphy, represents the rebellion towards Nurse Ratched's power of control; which is trying to do everything against Nurse Rached's will. All the fashions and environments in the 1950s, people tend to follow the same thing that others have, such as clothes, cars, hairstyles, and many others. It was very uncommon for anyone to uphold something different than what was determined tolerable. As time moves to 1960s, things were no longer the same. Youth rebelled against the whole conformity idea that was popular in the 1950s. Younger generations have started to listen to Rock-n-Roll music, dress very distinctively than others, and overall, they are trying to stand out. It is apparent throughout the novel that Mcmurphy is symbolic towards rebellion while Nurse Ratched is a supporter of conformity.”
Is it this one?
Why piggy has to be subjected to the control of the local dark lords of the Jiangmen city? Why piggy has to be in conformity with their will? What a joke in 21st century.
Piggy trusts that the positive spirit of exploration never dies.