Sir Arthur Keith Quote

“As long as man remains an inquiring animal, there can never be a complete unanimity in our fundamental beliefs. The more diverse our paths, the greater is likely to be the divergence of beliefs.”


Ratings and Comments


Mike, Norwalk

ummm, can I give a "da" to the observation ;-)  (-; here, if A is true, B is true also '-)

E Archer, NYC

Yet this constant press for 'diversity' appears to be in fact the imposition of 'uniformity' with huge swaths of dialogue categorized as 'hate speech' and therefore prohibited â€” the 'rainbow' is getting painted over, certain colors are not welcome.  It's not a rainbow anymore, it is a shackle plated with fool's gold.

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