Guide to Kulchur

Guide to Kulchur

Guide to Kulchur

Guide to Kulchur

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In attacking a doctrine, a doxy, or a form of stupidity, it might be remembered that one isn't of necessity attacking the man, or say "founder", to whom the doctrine is attributed or on whom it is blamed. One may quite well be fighting the same idiocy that he fought and whereinto his followers have reslumped from laziness, from idiocy, or simply because they (and/or he) may have been focussing their main attention on some other goal, some disease, for example, of the time needing immediate remedy.

The man who builds dykes is not of necessity an anti-irrigationist.

It is my intention in this booklet to COMMIT myself on as many points as possible, that means that I shall make a number of statements which very few men can AFFORD to make, for the simple reason that such taking sides might jeopard their incomes (directly) or their prestige or "position" in one or other of the professional "worlds". Given my freedom, I may be a fool to use it, but I wd. be a cad not to.

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