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Warriors still splash blood for the tyrants,
And their dark sadness shows their path;
Children sob and cursed profoundly in silence,
Then the thugs prolong wars within wrath!
This should definitely become a song,
maybe people will take notice the gong!
The use of gong is rare into such a discourse
Maybe providing a kind tender but not by force...
The least freedom in the Middle East has decreased,
and we all may thank the Secretary of State when the Arab Spring initiated.
“Styles may change, details may come and go, but the broad demands of aesthetic judgement are permanent.”
-- Roger Scruton
From "A Hillside Thaw" by Robert Lee Frost:
''In the confusion of them all aglitter,
And birds that joined in the excited fun
By doubling and redoubling song and twitter,
I have no doubt I'd end by holding none.''
Sir Roger Scruton: How to Be a Conservative
Published on 19 Jul 2017
Recorded on February 27, 2017
In the latest episode from Uncommon Knowledge, Sir Roger Scruton, a formally trained political philosopher, talks about his life and the events he’s witnessed that led him to conservatism. He first embraced conservatism after witnessing the leftist student protests in France in May 1968. During the ensuing riots in Paris, more than three hundred people were injured. Scruton walked away from this event with a change in worldview and a strong leaning toward conservatism. Visits to communist- controlled Poland and Czechoslovakia in 1979 cemented his preference for conservatism and his distaste for the fraud of communism and socialism, initiating a desire to do something about it. From thereon he dedicated himself to helping organize underground seminars for the young people oppressed behind the iron curtain.
Amazing vision, and well posted twice .