Samoa is a small Polynesian country located in the western Pacific Ocean. Fields of taro flank the side of the country’s few roads, and coconut palms and ginger flowers dot well-tended villages, where the people by and large live very traditional lives; defined by church, subsistence farming, and loyalty to family.
But the beauty of this verdant tropical paradise conceals a dark secret: one of the highest rates of family and sexual violence in the world. Last year, Samoa became the first Pacific Island country to conduct a national public inquiry into family violence. Published in late 2018, the findings revealed an “epidemic” of violence and sexual abuse.
Why do you think the entire peasantry has escaped the villages as soon as they were able?
Everywhere, from Cornwall right around the world to the Carolinas, via Chengdu and all places in between?
Because village life is that suffocating conformity to the established power structure. It’s only in the crowds that freedom resides.
Why do you think both the commies and the fascists want block captains? To enforce that village uniformity in the towns of course…..