Saturday, June 16, 2018

Memory Hole


Calling ICE "Orwellian" almost feels like an understatement at this point.

1 comment:

  1. In occupied Myanmar, Orwell participated in the torture of colonized people and anti-liberation counter-intelligence programs described in '1984'. While he was writing and promoting the book, his british colleagues employed the same tactics in occupied Kenya at Hola, occupied Azania at Robben Island, and many secret prisons scattered throughout their white empire. The book is the white 1940s equivalent of 'political correctness gone too far.'

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