Wednesday, 11 November 2009

The STATE - the traitor in our midst

I've just got back from a local Remembrance Service for the members of the armed forces who served in both world wars at RAF Fairlop. 

What struck me was has how symbols of the state (flags and the national anthem) were central to the whole event. The state that sends its citizens off to war, after creating the conditions for it in the first place . . .

The STATE - the traitor in our midst, the ultimate cause of all our woes.

But what to do about it, when it is ourselves, ultimately, who constitute the state and have allowed ourselves to become so dependent on it . . ?

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