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via Flashbak Even after the abolition of slavery in 1865, America’s blacks were trapped. Nothing was equal. Whites had. Blacks had not. No more vivid picture of the murderous racism that lay in the USA’s heart is there than blacks being lynched by white mobs. These were no secret killings. Sometimes thousands would turn

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Before I became a permanent inhabitant of the Dark Carnival, I was like so many people on the Internet — insecure and self-loathing with a nefarious curiosity of Juggalo culture (and a hobby of projecting said insecurities onto them). I recall many nights having friends over in my stuffy apartment, parked in

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Unless you’ve been living under a massive boulder and have subsequently forgone reading the internet, the newspaper, billboards, or talking to any other human then you are probably well aware that the geopolitics of the majority of the globe has recently made a sharp swing right. The current iteration of

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When you hear someone mention “The Satanic Panic”, your mind is probably flooded with all sorts of images, like vintage Iron Maiden tees with Eddie prominently displayed in some nightmarish incarnation. Or Dungeons & Dragons and a twelve-sided die. Or perhaps Anton LaVey sporting his signature Fu Manchu mustache and

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The National Socialist German Workers’ Party (colloquially known as Nazis) have, since their defeat in World War II and the following trials in Nuremburg, been exposed for their thirst for world domination and genocide, as well as their morally reprehensible experimentation in their bastardized attempts at medical science. The severity

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July marks 24 years since the end of the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. In a span of 100 days between April and mid-July, roughly 800,000 civilians were exterminated in the deadliest genocide of the twentieth century. The events unfolded quickly. On April 6, an ethnic Hutu, President Habyarimana’s plane was

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