Extremisms. Feeling Good. John Cleese hit nail on the head

John Cleese got it right thirty years back: Virtue is built on the targeted “Other”

…. thanks to Fiar Dinkum whose note said “John Cleese recorded this 30 years ago, but he could have recorded it today”

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3 responses to “Extremisms. Feeling Good. John Cleese hit nail on the head

  1. Fair Dikum

    Actually, John Ckeese said this, not me

  2. Fair Dikum

    He’s right and it shows how humour can clarify certain truths about the human behaviour.

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