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Animal protectionists.

I wonder how many ardent animal protectionists eat animal flesh. ☺

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Carnage in Syria.

The carnage and suffering in Syria is not only an indication of the abject spiritual failure of all those immediately responsible but also an indication of he abject failure of humanity as a whole and as represented by The United … Continue reading

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The river of no return.

The collective human mind is, at times, like a river of no return as exampled by its present state: times when decisions have been made which make the current irreversible despite the portents; the river acquires a self-generating momentum and … Continue reading

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The unscrupulous.

If there is the slightest chance the unscrupulous will use unscrupulous means to put anything to unscrupulous ends. ☺

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The discontented one.

From the beginning all animals were content with their lot; except for one – human kind who, from the start, set out to change things suit themselves. ☺

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Progress.

Since the advent of progress we have regressed physically and spiritually. ☺

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Media culpability.

The media is culpable, it has a great deal to answer for in respect of the negative way in which the world and its people have developed and are developing. The reason for this is that its focus has not … Continue reading

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