And its mode of propagation:
I never agreed. I was too young. In fact I was never given a chance to agree or disagree, and was never asked to sign an actual contract. Nobody was. The 'social' variety of contract is in fact a deadly serious concept, a contract even more important than one between two business entities. It is supposed to bind an entire world to a promise, a promise that we already know to be unachievable, false even.
In the window of a gew-gaw shop in town was this poster, apparently taking for granted what everyone suspects, namely that the conclusion to any 'well-rounded' education today is the incorporation of copious amounts of the official religion, Marxism.
Friday, September 15, 2006
Posted by MapMaster on Friday, September 15, 2006