1984 was made about a Collectivist (Leftist) dystopia.
Here you demonstrate you dont know what Leftist is... or have actually read Nineteen Eighty-Four (the title is in words, not numbers).
Nineteen Eighty-Four was Orwell's diatribe against Nazism and Fascism, which is far right. Animal Farm was his diatribe against Stalinist Communism.
The society in Nineteen Eighty-Four was definitely not collectivist. The society was clearly separated into 3 groups, Inner party members, Outer party members and the proles. Each group had a different level of rights. The idea of mass surveillance was to demonstrate how quickly people turned against each other and became isolationist under an oppressive state. It was akin to Nazism which tried to control everything in their citizens lives in order to mould them into what the Nazi's considered to be the ideal German. IngSoc which was doublespeak because it was neither English or Socialist was a play on National Socialist which was also not socialist by modern or 1930-50's definitions. It was a clever use of words to demonstrate the hypocrisy of such a state.
Ironically, the other central theme of was the perpetual war and the type of propaganda that followed it. The propaganda was deliberately designed to dehumanise and make people irrationally afraid of their enemy du jour. A bit like you're trying to do with Islam, but the book was much better at it.
Also, you should know that theocratic depositions, such as the one in Iran are far from collectivist. In fact they're pretty much the epitome of extreme right-wing governments. The few (religious leaders) hold the power whilst the masses are expected to follow and are punished for questioning. Collectivist societies like the Soviets or Khmer Rouge always tried to eliminate or reduce the role of religion. Pol Pot raided ancient Buddhist and Hindu temples to fund his state.