Why must the citizens of Oceania never be allowed to set eyes on citizens from Eastasia or Eurasia?

Book 2: Chapter 9

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Contact in any way might jeopardize the otherness of the foreigners. The foreigners must remain an insidious idea rather than real people. The enemy must fester in the minds of the outer party as ruthless monsters and not become real.