HOOLIGANS/GIGOLOS -> societal impact statement

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by dale, Mar 23, 2008.

  1. dale

    dale Guest

    I come to think there are 4 groups of people in life:

    1)haute (high) society
    2)the proletariat (working people)
    3)the bourgeois (people with no class, hooligans/gigolos)
    4)revolutionaries (activists)

    Haute society is the group that has already worked for what is theirs.
    Proletarians are the working people who aspire to be haute society, and
    are in the process of working and getting there. The bourgeois are the
    hooligans/gigolos who come up with “robin hood†ideas and pit the
    proletariat against the haute in “get rich†schemes. Revolutionaries are
    people who have grown tired of hooligans/gigolos and their shenanigans.

    The earnings/rewards of work must be as respected equal to the work
    itself. Haute society has already worked for what is theirs. They deserve
    the dominion and pleasure of their earnings. No working man would like
    his earnings taken from him, neither should the haute have what is theirs
    taken from them. And the truly haute are most often very considerate and
    charitable. They have class. Hooligans/gigolos on the other hand, have no
    class. With what they can gather from their schemes they “parade†and
    “pose†in front of working people. It is the pomp and circumstance of
    this “parading†and “posing†that is the life's light of every hooligan.
    Revolutionaries are put in the position to take this light.

    --
    http://www.dalekelly.name
    dale, Mar 23, 2008
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