Thursday, 18 August 2011

Thought for the Day

Riots are an expression of rage.
Rage is an expression of thwarted desire.
Riots are prompted by the refusal of some to engage with the sincere desire of many.
Desire may be formed by the want of information, by the need of sustenance, by the rejection of taxes, levies and hindrances to the common good.
Those few who thwart the desire of the many will always need armies to defend their estate. Such defence is a ruinous occupation; ruinous of compassion, of common wealth and of common desire for advancement.

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