We’re so used to life in the shadow of a threat of violence that no one even notices that we’re in a permanent state of counterrevolution in the form of a very slow, constant coup d’etat, with no end in sight. That’s the way to avoid excessive drama, unnecessary violence and damaging embarrassment. Events grow […]
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