in the arsehole of diogenes

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Tuesday, 5 February 2019

Revolutions are rarely Progressive (in either sense of the word)

The "Neolithic Revolution"
which brought us agriculture
merely allowed more humans to procreate
by herding them in camps
and villages, and towns, and cities,
and making them dependent on
un-nutritious carbohydrates,
rather as they are doing today
in obscene, grotesque pig-farms
in the USA.

3 comments:

bandit said...


and yet elections don't bring change

auban said...

Oh yes, they very often do. Sometimes dramatically, when a truly Socialist government was elected in the UK in 1946. Even now, its legislation and ethos have not been fully eroded.

bandit said...


that's good to hear. I think we might be at the end of a trend as we speak.