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A collection of writings about oppression, government accountability, and other interesting topics… By Spencer W. Harrington
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A collection of writings about oppression, government accountability, and other interesting topics…
The “People Power” Law/ Government/ Media/ Politics Superbook: Book 1. Law Guide; Law Job Guide (Most Types of Law, World Law, Law Career) By Tony Kelbrat
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The law exists to serve us not to oppress us. If you're ever in a fight with law enforcement entities, don't be intimidated and back down. You have rights. Always remember that. They exist to... More > serve us not to use us to advance their own agendas, usually career advancement or simply personal ego. Once a prosecutor and police are convinced they got the right guy, it becomes an ego game to solidify the case even if he's innocent so there's a lot of corruption in the legal system for this reason. Beware and never give up the fight.< Less
My Life In Your Hands By Tammy Lloyd
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The Hopes are a typical English family living in 1989's Britain. It’s a time when the country is going through immense change, and that’s even before the brand new state-of-the-art... More > Singlemart superstore opens up in their little midlands town, generating much excitement among the residents. The catch, however, is that everyone must use a swipe card which records every item they purchase, and the items have been given negative or positive values, depending on how ‘healthy’ that item is deemed to be. The overall individual points result in either a bright future… or none at all. Unfortunately, the new Singlemarts are just the tip of the iceberg; with the government looking to control every aspect of their citizens’ lives, there are dark times ahead. With most of her family obeying the rules, will Diane Hope comply like she’s been doing her whole life, or will she stand up and fight for once?< Less
Mass By scavinold
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An exemplified moment of the severe effects of government induced social repression.
Atlas in Revolt - American Secession (Bk II) By Gregory C Phillips
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Shea searches to find her husband while the leader of the United States moves to consolidate his power and shred the Constitution. Yet, both are undermined by the efforts of an ambitious bureaucrat... More > who seeks the throne for herself and intends to send the nation deeper into despotism. Together with a former Congressman, Shea creates a movement to challenge the tyranny of the Administration. Emotions run high as those who create the country’s wealth are the ones drowning in exorbitant taxation, while others are satisfied standing in line for government handouts. Not since 1860 has the country been so polarized. “Secession … secession now!” they chant. But will it come to that? In this second installment of the Atlas Series, the factions take sides, and when the ultimate decision must be made, chaos reigns. Can war be far behind?< Less
Century Egg Congee Preserved Beancurd By Chua Myea Lyn
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Chua Myea Lyn, an aspiring young intern journalist in Singland News Daily, becomes disillusioned when she is faced with the cruel reality of press self-censorship. She is later acquainted with... More > social activist Mr Jon Tan and becomes awe-struck by his charisma. She chances upon a conspiracy by the government, the police and the press media to entrap Jon Tan who champions the bisexual cause. As she observes the events unfold, accumulating into a cataclysmic moment of “power to the people”, she realises that she too must clear the skeletons in her closet for her to regain her true self. Myea Lyn deftly unfolds her story, all the more frightening in its intensity and invites you into the her world of Singland - where freedom of choice is never a good thing, including the choice of writing in Singland slang - Singlish.< Less
Century Egg Congee Preserved Beancurd By Chua Myea Lyn
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Chua Myea Lyn, an aspiring young intern journalist in Singland News Daily, becomes disillusioned when she is faced with the cruel reality of press self-censorship. She is later acquainted with... More > social activist Mr Jon Tan and becomes awe-struck by his charisma. She chances upon a conspiracy by the government, the police and the press media to entrap Jon Tan who champions the bisexual cause. As she observes the events unfold, accumulating into a cataclysmic moment of “power to the people”, she realises that she too must clear the skeletons in her closet for her to regain her true self. Myea Lyn deftly unfolds her story, all the more frightening in its intensity and invites you into the her world of Singland - where freedom of choice is never a good thing, including the choice of writing in Singland slang - Singlish.< Less
Hacked By Anshul Pattoo
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The liberty our forefathers promised 300 years ago is destroyed. The United States Government is unjust to its people. Meanwhile in the life of Jake Livingston, an 8th grade student, attends... More > Westchester Middle School, a school where rich kids study. He is drafted into the military, though at a young age. Every year, his school participates in the Minarathon Games. The prize of 1,000,000 dollars is awarded to the winning school. Jake later realizes that the Minarathon Games somehow may be used as a disguise to assasinate the President of the United States, resulting Jake in alerting the President himself. The question is: Can Jake warn the President in time?< Less
The Burmese Sister By Jill Richter
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On the death of her father, Eva Swanson discovers that she has a half-sister, Maya, who was born and brought up in Burma. All Eva knows about Maya is that she has been hiding with her family in the... More > forests since the student uprisings and imprisonment of Aung San Suu Kyi. Although she only has one contact in Burma, an old friend of her father, she sets off to find her sister. Her search through remote villages and into the depths of the jungle is also an emotional journey. We learn of the life she has left behind and the losses she has suffered. Will she find her sister? Will she grasp the chance of a new life and new love? ‘Stunningly well-written with dazzling descriptions of the country that made me feel as if I was actually in Burma, The Burmese Sister is an intense sensory experience which builds with genuine thriller-style tension.’ Marian Keyes< Less
The Guardians By Warren Semotiuk
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One man must battle against all odds for the sake of society as we know it against an oppressive government regime, with only his memories to guide him

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