Wednesday, 1 February 2006

Fewtril #61

For so long have the politically-minded made the assumption that the answer is rational government, that the question of good government has been largely forgotten, and into its place has crept the question of how society might be best controlled for the optimum benefit of a large and centralised state, to which question the politically-minded are fortunate in having a ready answer in rational government.


dearieme said...

optimum benefit of THOSE WHO DIRECT a large and centralised state

Deogolwulf said...

Well, I took it as implied in the benefit of state rather than of society.