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I suppose this short piece came out of my latest reading and watching habits, though it's been building for some time. The 'lyrics' are just various permutations of a rhymed couplet from Virgil's The Aeneid, translated by John Dryden; and famously referenced by John Enoch Powell in a speech that got him in rather a lot of trouble, possibly because he was nearly 100% right. I have what I would like to refer to as 'true' moderate friends from this faith background. Not many at all though, and not all of any firm voice of condemnation when we look at the other, much more numerous, side of it, and just what all those sly, State-condoned, fundamentalist hooligans and unrepentant perverts get up to. There's a lot more I could have (or would like to have) referenced in this, but decided against, bar a few nods near the end.
Also, I used to live in Mile End, in the borough of Tower Hamlets, in London, for about 8 years. It wasn't always pleasant on the mind (and safety of the body), even beyond the belligerent street protests and the pervading air of a fiercely *enforced* authoritarian tolerance from vast waves of sycophantic, brainwashed agitator students. The constant threat of hysterical, bloodthirsty backlash, from all establishment sides, if someone puts their foot in it with the, by now, majority demographic. A lot of that area seems to have died, or been utterly subsumed. I don't think I'll be back.
Incidentally, the background painting is not Rome, but Troy. I thought it tied in just as well though.
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