And Racism Used to Be OK


But the relationship between imaginary persons and people remain the same; the state is guided by the needs of the Corps(es).
The humans work for the machines, for the supposed glory of the state, with racism and cultural exceptionalism as critical motives.
One's freedom fighter is another's terrorist, but state terror never seems to become less powerful.
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