The Dystopian Age of the Mask

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The Dystopian Age of the Mask


How Ernst Jünger predicted the ubiquity of masks


According to this article the single defining characteristic of dystopian literature is the eradication of all individuality.


The essay The Worker “takes on a disturbing relevance for our own times.”


This article reminded me of a previous article that I posted that discussed certain people being told that they must abandon their “individualism”.


So, what is the verdict?


Is the object to stay alive, or to stay human?


As a very strong independent empowered woman…

I choose to stay human, maintain my individuality and will stand for nothing less.



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  • Ray Cooney

    Ray Cooney

    9:21 PM, 15-09-2020

    Great post Cat and truly everyone should read it so they get the full story.

  • Patricia


    11:40 AM, 15-09-2020

    That is some seriously scary stuff but not at all surprising. In times of peril, uniformity and solidarity gives comfort and the powers that be will take full advantage of that with total disregard and lack of empathy for the well being of the individual. "Until they become conscious they will never rebel, and until after they have rebelled they cannot become conscious." George Orwell, 1984

  • Nathan


    11:15 AM, 15-09-2020

    Thanks for posting this!


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