In The Iliad and The Odyssey, war is the product of powerful, ambitious, often insecure men who have difficulty separating their personal motivations from those of the state.
The blood lust that overtakes the minds of men on a periodic basis continues unabated in our modern age. In The Bushiad, and The Idyossey the Greek gods of old are supplanted by contemporary corporate gods, also immortal and with insatiable needs for increased wealth and power.
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Trashing Britain: An Island Nation’s Dirty Immigrants? - I can fully understand liberal hackles rising at the header question. 'Oh here he goes again, immigrant bashing' - but, actually, it is merely a question. ...
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