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To the people of the brave new world As I sit here in my lighthouse and look out into a world of corruption and entrapment I write this letter and hope that one day it will be found and become a catalyst to changing the ways of the world I am john the savage the illegitimate son of Linda a Beta minus I was born in what people of this world call the scattered packet of uncivil disorder the reservation My childhood days werent too pleasant and were filled with constant rejection My mothers refutation is what hurt me the most all my life I would hear my mother say to me Im not your mother or I wont be your mother I didnt understand why shed say that I didnt comprehend why my mother did a lot of the things she did The society in which we lived in was dominated by Indians They disliked me for my complexion they wouldnt allow me to participate in any activities disreputably embarrassing me by pulling me out and saying not for you white hair not for the son of a she dog I grew up absorbing 3 cultures the utopia that mother had informed me about the Indian culture which surrounded me and the captured culture with in the plays of William Shakespeare As a child for me the happiest times where when my mother would tell me about the other place a world where you were always happy I would spend endless hours dreaming of living in the other place and then one day my preys where answered by a civilised man named Bernard Finally I thought to myself Im going to have a sense of belonging and be happy My expectations for this place were excessively high But once I was introduced to it my anticipation had turned into nausea I saw a dehumanised world where the goals of humanity had been
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