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Without knowing it, We are all participating
in tl plot to arrest the progress of mankind. Each
time We express an opinion in writing, or read
an article written in the first person, We are
being brainwashed. It is Our English language
that is doing this: for it capitalizes the word "i",
Centuries ago. some reactionary incorporated this
subtle propaganda into Our language and each
succeeding generation has continued this and been
influenced by it.
Thus. every opinion Wie express is prejudicing
Our judgement and corrupting Our morals, for
hy writing the word i as a proper noun, We
are placing undue emphasis on it. We are stressing
the iniquitous notions of selfishness, self-centred-
ness. egotism. and individualism by capitalizing
their source L'nfortunately, these vices are pre-
sent to some extent everywhere: but must Our
language emphasize them? i should hope not.
Thus, this is the source of our inequality. We
are obsessed by Ourselves. This is preventing us
from realizing Our true altruistic and collectivist
ideals. This subtle brainwashing has led to capi-
talism and prevented Our class consciousness and
communist revolution from spreading throughout
the world. The word I fi hesitate to use it like
this, but i must for purposes of illustrationj has
so coloured Our judgement and biased Our beliefs
that We cannot see the true light as set down in
the Gospel according to Karl Marx.
Comrades, we must remedy this situationg We
must put the emphasis back where it belongs.
Join in the tight against the evil I. Writers of the
world, unite! We have nothing to lose but Our
selves. Only We can overcome.
- B. Grandfield
. . . And stand together, yet
not too near together:
For the pillars of the
temple stand apart,
And the oak tree and the cypress
grow not in each other's shadow.
- Kahlil Gibran