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You Won’t Like Me When I’m Silenced

“I always had this feeling that there were two worlds. The one we live in, you know, just streaming along, future into present into past, recorded distortedly in people’s minds, and this other world: stock footage. Small integers of life, I mean life in quotes, which represent whatever did take place, whether or not what’s … Continue reading

If 13,000 Years Has Proved One Thing It’s That…..

“Much of human history has consisted of unequal conflicts between the haves and the have-nots.” Perhaps the first colonials or humans in Africa left because of the oppressive heat and corresponding drought. Head north young man where it is much more sustainable. Perhaps it’s as simple as that; Mr. Diamond, on the other hand believes … Continue reading

Just Walk Away, Turn Off The Device And Everything Will Be Okay

SUMMARY Like sharks safe in the dark fathoms of the sea to prey on targets, the Bullies’ Predatory Footprint looks at the vast, opportunistic, cruel, and predatory behaviour of bullying that is exercised to repress and maintain an ascendancy of dominance, power, and control over others. Harrying many young and vulnerable people to suicide, the … Continue reading

Right Away Lady Stapleford

“The devil may make work for idle hands, but industry stills the demons within.” A Death in the Family is a story of a young English girl named Euphemia Martins coping with the sudden death of her father and Reverand Joshia Martins and the financial struggle left behind for her mother and little brother Joe. With … Continue reading

Love And The Rule Of Law

” ‘We are obliged to consider every person,’ Said her father deliberately, in his professional voice, ‘who has not been judged guilty by a court of law, to be innocent: that’s one of the principles of democracy. It is also the principle of a country under the rule of law.’ “ Cordelia Eleonara Fogg is … Continue reading

Exile Is Strangely Compelling And Sure Beats Death By Polonium

“This isn’t a country in transition but some sort of postmodern dictatorship that uses the language and institutions of democratic capitalism for authoritarian ends.”  A 21st century expose on Vladimir Putin’s Russia from the beginning of his tenure to present day.This book demonstrates through extreme prevalence that as much as the national leaders change, the … Continue reading

You Can’t Fit A Round Peg In A Red Square Hole

Captain Dominika Eragova is a Red Sparrow, famously trained in the art of seduction making her, much to “man”kind’s chagrin the ultimate tease, and she is damn good at it too. Sparrows would utilize their prowess as seductresses of the state to further the strategic goals of their home country. Sex and spying were melded … Continue reading

A True Story Of Perpetual Grappling Of Good Vs. Evil From Beyond The Grave

“We must never forget that the record on which we judge these men today is the record on which history will judge us tomorrow.” Justice Robert H. Jackson, Chief U.S. Prosecutor, Nuremburg For the realization of a “Greater Serbia”, the ends must justify the means. Prisoners of war being tortured, rape, forced into slave labour,looting,destruction … Continue reading

Coming of Age in the Dawn of a New Age

“Andri catches her stare and smiles. She blinks at the table. He clasps her wrist, his grip warm and meaty, his thumb grazes the stained bandage. ‘Killing yourself?’ She snatches her hand into her lap, seesaws between pride and embarrassment,being thought capable, then incapable of suicide, shakes her head.’Too bad’ ‘Andri!’ Megan’s disapproval prickles a … Continue reading

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