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Which of the statement(s) does NOT have a validated contradictory meaning in connection with the following passage?

The fabulous statistics continued to pour out of the telescreen. As compared with last year there was more food, more clothes, more houses, more furniture, more cooking pots, more fuel, more ships, more helicopters, more books, more babies-more everything except disease, crime, and insanity.


The positive outlook on the increase in number of all things is ironic since Oceania has placed rations on many of the items such as chocolate, cigarettes, razor blades, etc…


The pure suggestion that books are numerous and multiplying is contradictory to Syme's conversation with Wilson about reducing the number of words in the vocabulary and revamping the classics to fit the new langauage.


The fact that there are more babies than there have been in the past indicates that the citizens are actually having sexual relations more often than they were. However, the citizens are conditioned to only have sex to procreate rather than for pure enjoyment.


Although the statistics show a large increase in many of Oceania's products, Winston is one of the few members of society who questions these numbers because of the inside knowledge he contains from his job; this creates an internal conflict for Winston because he knows that these are all lies.


All of the statements have valid reasons for the contradictory underlying meanings of the passage,

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