Thursday, March 17, 2011
In This Garden
In this garden the individual has been assaulted and touted as archaic. In his place a construct of a failed, yet tenacious, political theory has been put forward as the new man. This new man is not really one man but the collection of all men, thought of and treated as one man. This new concept is genderless as, according to the theory, we are all equal in every way, there is no need to distinguish between the genders. One world, one man, one law. Everyone is equal. No one is above another. And true to form, we will all crawl on our bellies before the one law to receive our equal due. And it will not be sufficient. There will be rebellion. For men are not ants, nor should they be made to be ants.