Wednesday, April 27, 2005


Inaugural day. This beta blog site will undergo considerable changes in the coming months.


At April 28, 2005 12:13 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The folly of pluralism

At April 28, 2005 9:51 pm, Blogger SentientBean said...

Depends what your definition of pluralism is?

The only thing that is sociologically folly in 21st century Britain is the rampant march of consumerism, which remains the only alter upon which the spiritually bankrupt masses of chavdom now choose to place their "faith". Instant gratification society, addiction to the transient and facile. DIS-respect for age, wisdom, culture, individuality, authority, organisation, humility, patience, rite of passage.

The issue is not so much, (to draw a parallel with the aboreal rodents of the blog), the encroachment upon cultural habitat of a previous indigenous species, in a geographic sense. But more the invasive diluting of the gene-pool from within, by continuing downward spiral of moral, ethical, and spiritual integrity which threatens the extinction of the "reds". Now the ethnic minority.

As some greek sage, in a century before... (whatever is politcially correct to state these days, Christ, Common Era, Chavs?) once said:-

"the mark of a great civilisation is institutionalised courtesy".


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