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“Galician slaughter” 1846, by Jan Lewicki (1795-1871); “directed against manorial property (for example, the manorial prisons) and rising against serfdom;[17] Galician, mainly Polish, peasants killed over 1000 noblemen and destroyed 500 manors in 1846.”

My soul: “Who gives you thoughts and words? Do you make them? Are you not my serf a recipient who lies at my door and picks up my alms? And you dare think that what you devise and speak could be nonsense? Don’t you know yet that it comes from me and belongs to me?” ~Carl Jung, Red Book, Page 241