Reading "Saboteur" was really ironic for me because I grew up in this type of handled place, and I could really relate to these thoughts that Mr. Chiu acquired. In Poland, until I used to be about ten years old we were under the control of communist Russia. I recall that the government required everyone to own their permission to get food. They did not let us use money; we'd to apply for special vouchers and everyone was allowed the same amount because communism beliefs was that many people are equal. There were many times which i saw this type of totalitarian control by the police. For instance, if someone said something against the government that they didn't like, they could go to prison.