Wednesday, August 5, 2009

The Theft of Memory (2)

One of the aims in a corrupt democracy is to obliterate recollections in order to assume total control over the citizens.

People who allow memory to escape the confines of consciousness are relegating their identity to phrases void of language.

The relation of language to memory is essential in contributing towards the importance of history as the means of persevering against the injustice of democracy.

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