"It was a daunting task to remove SS agents, because they couldn’t be murdered. The organization raised a lice colony—carrying typhus—in the hospital laboratory to infect SS agents. Several of them died that way."
— From VICE’s The Polish Soldier Who Snuck Into Auschwitz.
"This form, this face, this life
Living to live in a world of time beyond me; let me
Resign my life for this life, my speech for that unspoken,
The awakened, lips parted, the hope, the new ships."
— From T.S. Eliot’s Marina.
"Victims of foreclosure are literally renting back their own houses, notes Rob Call, an organizer with Occupy Our Homes in Atlanta. “If Blackstone buys a house at an auction, they may show up pretty much the next day,” he says. “They’ll knock on the door and say, ‘You can either rent the home you used to own, or we’ll evict you.’”"
— The dawn of the “rentership” society. Investors owning homes to rent to those who cannot afford to own, even though rent is higher than a mortgage would be.