Where did all of that hate go? Ritual murders turned into social events for white supremacist mobs with glee in their eyes--gazing at tortured Black bodies.
Except for Hal and Mike. It also appears that Tessa and her father, Greene, are also in on the children selling. Oh dear — mind you, not nearly as bad as devoting growing room to such a finicky vegetable with Terry and Greene.
Greene and Terry Clayton think this is a way to survive — trading children for survival. Greene is left to kill Pope since Pope killed his brother trying to steal supplies but Pope has cut his bonds, disarms Greene and knocks him unconscious.
Pope escapes and finds the bodies of the 2 guards Terry was supposed to be escorting back to the 2nd Massachusetts. Green and Terry let him go and go sit down for dinner to try and keep up the ruse. Rick continues to act as little more than a zombie and criticises Ben for eating human food.
She takes it to Mike and Hal — Eli Russel was the kid who was part of the family that tried to rob the clinic at the school. But Mike knows Terry and trusts him and dismisses their fears. Still, despite that Mike is suspicious and at night goes to check the barn that is always locked.
And he finds Terry, with a gun. Terry describes how the 7th Massachusetts was destroyed — overwhelmed and constantly on the run. When Megan fell behind and was captured they had to keep retreating — but they gained a week without being attacked which Terry took to be a thank you for not trying to get Megan back.
Later Megan, Harnessed, found them and told them that the Skitters only wanted the kids. Mike is, needless to say, not impressed. Later Mike talks with Hal and considers Rick — he hates that Rick was taken but he hates more that Rick had his entire personality erased.
Never mind the other kids — Hal stares at her in disgust and Tessa screams for her dad that the kids are leaving. Mike hangs back to try and delay the soldiers who pour out to try and take the kids alive.
A firefight ensues when Mike kills one of the collaborators and Hal tries to convince Mike and Rick to run. Mike sends Rick with Hal while he stays behind. Hal and the kids run but have to stop to camp in an abandoned farm house. Going into labour, Sarah asks Margaret to stay.
Weaver steps in to help — his first daughter was born breach and he helped his wife and midwife to turn the baby round, it was a home birth. Tom Mason is also getting suspicious. Tom returns later — the map is wrong obviously they found no Sanctuary, no sign of the 3rd Massachusetts and no sign of the escorts for the kids.
Tom and Dai go out again to look for where the kids could have gone. Ben meets up with Tom on the road. While Ben is gone, the Collaborators find the house where Hal, Lourdes and the kids are hiding. Pope is shot in the leg, and then Tom arrives. Tom disarms Pope why?
Tom calls out Hal and the men. They surrender and have all the kids taken back to Sanctuary and locked in the stable. The Collaborators are rather surprised when Weaver and many troops emerge from Sanctuary and shoot several of them.
Terry tries to make a last ditch attempt to kill Hal out of revenge and Tom quickly and easily shoots him. At the camp in the clinic we have the crying baby and the wounded Pope who is not dead. It looks like Pope is back on the redemption train.
Especially with him unable to kill Greene — really? Can we just have him eaten already? The contrast between Rick and Ben is blatant and disturbing. Whatever lingering effects of being Harnessed has had on Ben, he has his personality and his humanity.Apr 21, · Review: The Cross and the Lynching Tree by James H.
Cone 04/21/ 04/20/ / Patrick I began to read James H. Cone at the end of last year when I decided to take up a project to better understand my position of privilege as a white male in America today.
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