by Bodwyn Wook
THOSE Proprietary classes who would control do approximate now to the utter end of their tethers. An it be so then, on the basis of this weary circumstance alone, History doth argue Her melancholy case most clearly: that proprieters have now no choice in their own interest, excepting a major reduction of human population; whether it be by benign neglect; or, through more orthodox butcheries; only these now carried forward on orders of greater magnitude; and, driven in all quarters by famine; and epidemic: globalisation, eg.
THIS Is indeed a revolution in the system of The World such as none dare to foresee with clarity, although some do whistle to themselves bravely enough, boldly in solipsus shivering, and the falling Night:
“At this moment it is difficult to say what will happen and when. The kettle had been boiling for a long time and it appears as if the lid is going to fly off at any moment.
“But make no mistake. The Smart Revolution is coming. It is only a matter of time now. And this will not be a socialist revolution, or a rebellion of the workers.
“This will not be a war between classes or races.
“This will be a rebellion of the intelligent.” (Jay Weidner)
AN Proprietorship and sensibilty do but coincide for just this once (an it be so, it were a first in History!), then there is Hope:
[Emmett R Smith
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[17 September 2008]