Around the world

Around the world, people view freedom differently because of customs, location, or even ethnicity. So, what exactly is freedom? In Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, the public is being denied their freedom and individuality throughout the entirety of the novel until one citizen comes along and changes it all.
To begin with, the people within the society of Brave New World are confined. They are conditioned to say and do whatever they are told. If they had the choice of having freedom, they would have a natural instinct. The people do not get a natural instinct because of the brainwashing catchphrases, drugs, and promiscuity. “One hundred repetitions three nights a week for four years, thought Bernard Marx, who was a specialist on hypnopædia. Sixty-two thousand four hundred repetitions make one truth. Idiots!” (3.149-50). The citizens feel an instinctual feeling because of this. Explain what I mean and then compare the two and explain how that means they have no freedom.?
With this in mind, the citizens’ freedom is taken away even before they are born. “Slowly, majestically, with a faint humming of machinery, the Conveyors moved forward, thirty-three centimeters an hour. In the red darkness glinted innumerable rubies (3.242). The embryos are bottled, otherwise confined, just as they are in their society. The novel indicates from the beginning they are trapped within the boundaries set by the controllers. “The narrative begins in the heart of the new society, the Central London Hatchery, where test-tube babies are chemically and genetically engineered for their futures, decanted, and then carefully conditioned by hypnopaedia to be good consumers.. Theirs is a hierarchical, pyramidal society, with a broad base of lower-caste, antlike identical twins (Deltas, Gammas, and Epsilons) and a small elite of Alphas and Betas, who do the little thinking necessary to keep their world functioning. Initially it seems a wholly stable scientific society, in which Sigmund Freud has eliminated guilt and produced sexual liberation, Henry Ford has contributed mass production, and Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels have articulated an inescapable social destiny of “Community, Identity, and Stability” (Macdonald). Nobody has a problem with any of this because they don’t comprehend that it’s not normal since they were born into it. There are different rankings and no one cares. This shows just how little freedom they have if they don’t care to be an epsilon. Epsilons can’t read or write and do the jobs that nobody else wants to do. Do you really think they’re doing that freely?
Given that the world state keeps the citizens captive, the use of soma is a major factor in this. The citizens use soma when they need to control their emotions. They are taught to take it in those times so that their controlled society is maintained. Soma takes away the pleasures of experiencing authentic emotions.