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The Zone of Interest: Martin Amis

My first Amis. Devastating juxtaposition of the domestic and the insane. Masterfully exposes not just the banality of evil, but also the venality.

Review: The Zone - A Prison Camp Guard’s Story by Sergei Dovlatov

“The world in which I found myself was horrifying. In that world, people fought with sharpened rasp files, ate dogs, covered their faces with tattoos and sodomized goats.

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"City Erects Prison Camp Around Homeless": Controlling Desperate People As Harsh Economic Times Hit

Source: SHTFPlan.com, by Mac Slavo

This article was written by Matt Agorist and originally published by The Free Thought Project.

Editor’s Comment: There are two major problems that come to mind – one, the level of homelessness, poverty and idle populations in California and across the country, and the divided world between the 1% and the struggling 99% is coming to a head. 399 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Carl E. Rice WW2 Memoirs: November 25th to December 15th, 1944

Nov 25 1944—As we crowded the windows we could see our dive bombers slide down without any Jap resistance except maybe a few ack-ack and machine gun bursts; no Jap planes, they were all hiding out somewhere in the brush. 565 more words

"This We Do Not Tolerate" (Podcast)

We discuss a moral problem that arose in Japanese prison camps in the Second World War. We discuss how the same moral issue is relevant today, and what Cicero’s response to it would have been. 78 more words


REVIEW: The Loyal Heart by Shelley Shepard Gray

Civil War widow Miranda Markham is at the end of her rope.  She has been ostracized by Galveston community where she has turned the family home into a boarding house.  103 more words

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