Monday, April 09, 2007

I'm bewildered

Oliver Kamm writes,

The blogosphere, in short, is a reliable vehicle for the coagulation of opinion and the poisoning of debate. It is a fact of civic life that is changing how politics is conducted - overwhelmingly for the worse, and with no one accountable for the decline.

So why does he blog?

I am reminded of the Victorian Individualist Anarchist, Henry Seymour, who wrote,

If there are, in this world, any consistent Malthusians, any individuals who really conscientiously believe that there are too many people, let them commit suicide.


Norm, as ever, provides an excellent counter argument

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