TNVP_prologue (missing)

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   1.1.b              The lack of an expectable prologue:

    How can I describe an activity in the past that was interrupted?

                         Like the activity: "Working on my good life", protected in my western-comfort-zone-bubble, occupied by looking at me (selfies)...


Prologue: What else should I write about as an introduction?

that we all don't already know? For years we have been told about the coming crisis, the downfall,
the apocalypse, the global collapse. About pandemics. About war and slaughter...but no one has
told us that we are something whole...with the world....let us think of the lost "we"....

1.3.7. the bone

  Manuela Johanna Covini  Manuela Johanna Covini  Manuela Johanna Covini


for example: labour

Through products produced in the global economy, Kevin Bales says, slavery touches all our lives:

"Slaves in Pakistan may have made the shoes you are wearing and the carpet you stand on.

Slaves in the Caribbean may have put sugar in your kitchen and toys in the hands of your children."

Slavery is illegal in Mauritania, and everywhere else in the world. But, as Bales points out, making slavery illegal doesn’t make it disappear. As long as people are controlled by violence and exploited for economic purposes, they are slaves, regardless of whether or not a country’s laws recognize the legal ownership of human beings.

                                             Contemporary slavery, also known as modern slavery or neo-slavery, refers to institutional slavery that continues to occur in present-day society. Estimates of the number of slaves today range from around 38 million to 46 million, depending on the method used to form the estimate and the definition of slavery being used...

for example: water

Manuela Johanna Covini