The Phaserl


Echoes and Rhymes

by JY896, TF Metals Report:

It all started with a group of idealistic, and somewhat hot-headed kids. The national association of college and university students met on cold late-autumn afternoon at the University of Engineering, while local chapters of various other schools held concurrent meetings throughout the capital and the rest of the country.

There was a palpable sense of impatience, urgency and desire to finally ACT to change things for the better. These kids were born into and grew up in an era whose freedom, relative equality and social values had become anathema by the time they came of age. Their parents and grandparents had been bent into acquiescence with a corrupt, exploitative and fundamentally unjust regime. The social structure that awaited them outside the gates of their respective institutions of higher learning was one rife with cronyism, graft, backwardness, political brinksmanship, selective application and enforcement of the law.


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