Video: FLW talks about the 'corner window'

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Roderick Grant
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Post by Roderick Grant »

No, peter, I wrote what I meant.

The ideologies of totalitarian governments can be as different as they like, but in the end, they are all the same. It's like a kaleidoscope: You can find a wide array of patterns, but in the end, they are all composed of bits of colored glass rolling in circles. However different their architectural styles, their ideologies are merely variations on a theme. Left or right, in the end, means nothing.

Roderick Grant
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FLW did do an impromptu interview on the sidewalks of New York in the 50s, ambushed by a group of journalists. It was recorded, but I don't know where the tape ended up. In it, he was as clear as in any prepared speech. Each question that was asked was answered carefully, thoughtfully, completely and succinctly without hesitation.

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