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And another thing... if you watched the weird but fascinating TV documentary by Curtis Davies (I think his name is) on the BBC recently called All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace, you'll have learned that one of the biggest spontaneous rapid migrations of people in history was when something like half a million of America's youth left home in the 60s to live underneath geodesic domes in what they hoped would be self-regulating societies without power or hierarchies. Love and peace? Lovely idea, and it was doubtless great fun at first. What then happened was that the bullies took over and everyone went home to Mum and Dad. The myth of benificent self-regulating groups without power and laws really should have died then (or after we all read Lord of the Flies). But it now lives on in the PL as a front for the bullying and greed of the unopposable few. For goodness sakes, even in America the clubs in the big sports leagues sign up to give almost absolute power to control their games to the commissioners, kept in check just by the clubs' right to vote them out of office and put a new commissioner in their place.

Posted By: Couch Potato

Date/Time: 16/07/2011 11:01:00


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