The War, in a Footnote

“Straightjacketed into the manipulative politics of names, of divide and conquer, their futures were used as collateral for loans the government brokered with the IMF and foreign commercial banks to feed the growing appetites of the new ruling class that emerged after the war, hands bloodied, drunk on power, ready to sell out its people in a heartbeat if it meant sidling up a step closer to the one percent of more developed capitalist democracies.”

via The War, in a Footnote | Mass Review.