Bara Cailín 5: 4 ‘pockets of barbarity’

You are probably wondering why it is that this nation willingly complies with such inhumanity but if history teaches us nothing else it offers us endless insight into slavery and destruction. Previously, such insights were glimpses into pockets of barbarity; experienced by many, abhorred by all but eventually ended somehow, even if that end was centuries in sight.

Terminal Transit differs here in that it is global in its coordination and determination. There is no experience that is now only felt by some and witnessed by others. All now experience and witness their own same destruction together.

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