Dear Editorial Person,
I am a naturalised American citizen. But I really appreciate your efforts to send us an unbiased view of daily events. As a matter of fact, you are doing a very good job. Please keep alive as you are now the objectivity, which seems to be the last holding post for the human dignity inherited from the experience of "the death of Communism", and try to kill all the ossified prejudices of Capitalism against which, I know quite a few people are fighting in protest on the streets. Since we lost the guiding light of 'history', our protest against the open oppression that forces us to give up the dream of an existence without shame has become the Nietzschean eternal return of the same, a mere impotent longing for changing the world; the American sensitivity to an open emancipation of the oppressed is dying, under the global weight of "eternal Capitalism"...
David, Berkeley, California USA
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