Saturday, October 16, 2010
Within the confines of contemporary democracy, people are burdened with the theft of memory. Certain portraits of history are relegated to the irrelevant, leaving a void that strives to reach to its roots. Within the rights flaunted by society, there is the silent oppression that reminds you to remain with the majority. So some words lose their definition and others swell with the frequency of use, whilst society gazes at itself and laments the loss of its identity through the purging committed by the representatives of democracy.