In the Mid-Eastern Mind (Governance and Free Speech)

Ladies and Gentlemen,

The following is an excerpt of a Facebook discussion that a Mid-Eastern man was having on a free speech board. In my opinion, there is much insight to be gained into the rationale behind the dogmatic and supremacist views of these peoples (in terms of race, class, gender, religion, and so forth). Try to keep in mind that this guy speaks without irony.

Tariq El Camool says:

i think we should go back to the monarchy ruling a puppet government like it was before the civil war in England. It was a much simpler system, and after all the king is in direct contact with God. I think prince Charles will make a fine leader of this country.

[…] You don’t need the ‘Ark of the Covenant’ if you have Charles
He in human form has a direct link with God [may his name last for eternity]
Who better to govern the UK?

[…] In feudal times the peasants were happy because they knew their place,they knew the king and his friends enjoyed the best of everything, but that was the way of the world. And the king always had the clergy to instill the fear of God into the workforce.
[…] Well anyway even if the hardworking peasants weren’t frightened of God and the clergy, and if they had enough energy after working from dawn till dusk to do anything about their lot, there was always ‘John company’ ready to be used to keep them quiet.
[…] Be careful my friend with your ideas of free speech, or you will find the common folk will swap ideas and decide they want a bigger slice of the pie, and that can only mean one thing my well meaning friend, reduced luxury and priviledge for the ruling classes.
[…] And it’s a pity prince Charles is not immortal like God, if he was he could rule us forever.

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