|Breakwell - laughing all the way to the "christian" bank|
Money, status, bounded rationality, loopholes and limited liability are amongst the modern pagan idols daily worshipped in the business pantheons of our cities.
Traditionally, British banks claim that a christian work ethic guides their judgement - this claim is often made by other parts of the British establishment. Romford MP Andrew Rosindell has himself made reference to this claimed deeper "christian" morality that is supposed to be acting in opposition to modern excess. We see the falseness of these claims on a daily basis.
Universities are supposed to be one of the institutions from which the monotheism of personal and community health in mind, body and spirit should flow. True wisdom should naturally oppose the irresponsible excess we see all around us from the moment we wake to the moment we fall asleep - for some in modern despair even sleep is no sanctuary as the designed anxieties of the modern pagan world intrude and disturb even that private place of refuge.
|Excess is constantly excused|
The business pagans have been laughing at their encroachment on our education and health institutions for a long time and yesterday their taunting laughs continued, even intensified, as a moral wooden sword bounced off the fat belly of a pagan queen.
Staff and Students wanted Dame Glynis Breakwell Out ! - UCU (University and College Union) reports
If universities become yet another pig trough for modern pagan world then we are ALL in godless despair - Havering Witness Opinion
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