The Silent Minority
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This is a story of how things could be rather than how they are. This is a glimpse of how a handful of individuals, managed not to succumb to their intellect, but to strive to live their lives as man meant too. This is a story of un-masticated food for thought. More
The Teacher was willing to share his anxieties and knowledge with the world, but instead they prosecuted him for a crime he never committed. They managed to pursuit him up to The International Court of Justice in The Hague, only to find themselves on the receiving end, after it turned into a boomerang that hit them hard and brought their downfall. Only a handful of individuals managed to overcome this unleashed blind rage, this unjustified anger and by their actions, unknowingly they distinguished themselves from the rest by behaving as man ought too, as spiritual alert human beings.