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Don DeLillo
“California deserves whatever it gets. Californians invented the concept of life-style. This alone warrants their doom.”
Don DeLillo, White Noise

J.G. Ballard
“Sooner or later, everything turns into television.”
J.G. Ballard, The Day of Creation

J.G. Ballard
“In a totally sane society, madness is the only freedom.”
J.G. Ballard, Running Wild

J.G. Ballard
“It was an excess of fantasy that killed the old United States, the whole Mickey Mouse and Marilyn thing, the most brilliant technologies devoted to trivia like instant cameras and space spectaculars that should have stayed in the pages of Science Fiction . . . some of the last Presidents of the U.S.A. seemed to have been recruited straight from Disneyland.”
J.G. Ballard, Hello America

Karl Marx
“The oppressed are allowed once every few years to decide which particular representatives of the oppressing class are to represent and repress them.”
Karl Marx