Monday, June 27, 2011

Administering a Form of Justice (46)

The oppressor's terminology creates bulletins which vanquish the necessity of freedom. On the fringes of society, the identity of the lesser crowd is submerged into incoherence. Within the stronghold of bureaucracy, the crowd is classified into diverse echelons of anonymity, to be tried in various halls commemorating the fallacy of justice. On pristine manuscripts, the lesser crowd's memoirs are tarnished to deplete the memory of its own existence. The crowd is incarcerated into the oppressor's definition of freedom - an anonymous entity scavenging for survival within the sight of an alienated society.

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