Social Issues, Fiction, NonFiction
Back in the early days of the Holocaust, they sequestered undesirables under the guise of “Public Health.” People don’t read their history, so it seems it is going to repeat itself.
There was a time I thought most things were right with the world. I was a college student. Why wouldn’t I? I had escaped the worst of the worst and was free and was safe—or was I? I was sitting… Continue Reading →
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