I couldn't understand why the Academics involved themselves with the pile of tosh.
The Cavalier spirit won apparently as illustratated by the fact that we're all slappers and yobs now
It was all very tenuous i thought
Summed up nicely by my son who isn't particularly interested in much outside the PS3 ".. its not telling me anything i don't already know, so why are you bothering to watch it?"
As a Parliamentarian (and Leveller at heart) i'm torn on the subject of Cromwell.
.. I think that the poorest he that is in England hath a life to live, as the greatest he; ... and I do think that the poorest man in England is not bound in a strict sense to that government that he hath not had a voice to put himself under
or possibly the roundheads won, apparently judging by the byzantine array of rules and regulations which exist , supposedly, to make our lives less free. I also noted that they could not resist a sly dig at "town hall snoopers" As you say what a load of tosh.
So many men have fallen So many more must die Cut down like wheat beneath a Scythe And though our limbs may weary of ripping, slashing, cleaving blows We face an endless host of foes