Three Minutes to Midnight
umair haque

I bought a month ago a board game called Secret Hitler, in which some players are playing as liberals, some players are playing as fascists and a player find himself as Hitler.

Nobody knows every other’s role, and fascists should try to have fascist laws approved: the game seems to develop itself exactly as you described.

I guess boardgames like this should really help opening an eye to what’s happening around us, every day.

Bertolt Brecht still remains unheard, or not understood.

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