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Apr 30, 2010


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Virgil Vaduva

It seems like a praise to humanist successes and the modernist era. Very cool stuff though! Imagination is always the first step to tomorrow.


And of course in the very midst of that techno-topia opitimism World War II began a few months later!

And the resultant world-wide catastrophe.

But even that just finished off the process of the destruction of Civilization which began with World War I.

In the midst of that the USA War department was renamed the Defense department, and the seeds were sown for the emergence of the permanent warfare state, or the military-industrial-"entertainment" complex, which now dominates every aspect of USA "culture", and by extension, the entire world.

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