State of Fear - Part 7, Resolution Summary & Analysis

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Part 7, Resolution Summary

It is intensely hot at Kotak Field where the Gulfstream lands. A young man named Henry shows up, speaking Pidgin English with Kenner. Bradley is condescending, assuming the dialect denotes ignorance, insisting Henry is better off never knowing the benefits of civilization. He lectures him on how fortunate he is to be living next to nature, uncorrupted by all of the modern influence that are a part of Ted's life. When Henry replies in perfect English that he has a degree from Melbourne University, Bradley gets hugely ticked off, grumbling all the way to a hidden helicopter, which Henry indicates he will pilot to the bay on the other side of the island. Bradley is appalled to learn that the best jobs on the island are working in the copper mines, not sitting around the village next to nature being primitive, pristine, and native like...

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