Distribution Automatique

Saturday, September 27



It is easy to speak of the irrational in
a time when what is irrational is determined,
on the whole, by committee vote. The
committee is, in turn, so determined in its
judgement to be self-serving to the larger
institutions it represents, that the humane
judgement, like the judgement of the powerful,
is left to the individual. The group as
a whole has never known humanity and
never will. The group as a whole must be
determined in its action by forces too
dark to ever govern fully in a just way. In our
fear and frustration as a group, again and again we
turn to the individual. How the group then
longs to corrupt, destory or corrupt the individual.
The group wants the individual to submit
and only submit. But the individual
will never submit.