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Dreaming of the Rocky Mountain Free States

Even though Philip K Dick totally imagined Nazism in the United States, I think even he would be hard-pressed to believe that in 2016 a fascist and a democratic socialist were viable candidates for POTUS.

The U.S. police state under Ferris F. Fremont—Dick’s expy version of Richard M. Nixon—seems about what you would expect from Donald Trump’s regime.

But I think it’s starting to take it’s toll on me. I had a dream that I was rounded up by white supremacists and shot in the chest.

I also had a dream that I was living in a Rocky Mountain state—well, at least somewhere along the U.S. 89 corridor, which figured prominently in my dream.

In The Man in the High Castle the Rocky Mountain states serve as the neutral zone between the Nazis and the Imperial Japanese, so I kind of wonder if it was a sequel to my fascist dystopic nightmare.

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