Darren Allen: The Prison, Part One

Did you ever hear of the prison where all the prisoners were isolated from wild nature, from authentic culture, from death, darkness, silence and even each other, where they were brainwashed to first accept the autonomous existence of the prison, then to love it, to have pride in it, to defend it from criticism and attack – to even vote for their warders – until finally, being so dependent on the prison for survival, comfort and stimulation, with their mental and physical expectations and perceptions vastly reduced to fit the tiny physical and psychic space they lived in, the prisoners ceased to even be aware that they were in a prison at all?
Follow the rest of this fascinating article over at Gentle Apocalypse. The Prison, Part One