"...I haven't...set myself up as an arbiter...."
" I have called people racist-based on what I have perceived......"
You are either an embittered person of colour, which I don't believe, or on a wind up.
Either way, your contradictory dribbling is tedious.
I cannot be bothered with you (on this thread) anymore. The last word is yours.
Probably for the best.
Just giving it the attention it craves only feeds it ego.
I can picture it sitting at its computer positively cumming with excitement at the attention.
Either a silly troll or a total idiot; probably both.
BBC Radio 4 has - 'The Man Who Would Be King' today at UK time of 3pm. I'm curious of a radio adaption of this boys own adventure story having seen the majesty of Connery and Caine's filmed contribution.
I may have missed the references in earlier posts so forgive me here, however, to remark on Kiplings contributions to the Masonic world and his poem as to who was in his Lodge.
His very considered Masonic opinions on the equality of men in death with the architect Lutchens had a vey measurable influence on the War Graves Commission and the subsequent layout of both the gravestone and plot design for our fallen.