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USA, Freedom, And The Story Of My Father – A Lesson In History For The Times We’re In
Bernhard Guenther | 15 October

My Dad was born in 1937, in Germany, at the beginning of WWII. He grew up in what used to become Eastern Germany after WWII when Germany was divided in 1949, and the eastern portion of Germany became part of the Soviet Eastern block.

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Politics, Sovereignty, and Embodiment
Bernhard Guenther | 21 April

We’ve been living under these political systems and governments for so long that we don’t even question them anymore, but accept them like in a global Stockholm Syndrome, idealizing them and not seeing reality for what it is.

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National Pride and The Bogeyman
Bernhard Guenther | 7 May

The public reaction to the alleged killing of Osama bin Laden has revealed once again the darker side of America, reminiscent of the response to 9/11 in 2001. Flags everywhere and national pride being displayed with an undeniable disturbing undertone glorifying murder and revenge.

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