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The Opiate of Dystopia

The public, generally, has been hopelessly trapped by a bureaucracy of thinking; a series of false premise simulating reality. While these illusions, more and more, seem to be propagating in direct proportion to the weakness of mind and the public’s willingness to progressively re-orientate their thinking in an order that will accept them.

This bizarre form of thinking would challenge a victim of a home invasion by suggesting that the offense would not have occurred had the person removed the doors from their home. Or, using the historical defense reference which would proffer that it has only been since the advent of enclosed structures (homes) that home incursions have occurred and thus it is the fault of humans who choose to live indoors.

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