The high social orders and the low social orders have the same social habits:
Too much drinking, sexual licentiousness, excess narcotics uses, sloth, habituation to gaming and a generalized self-indulgence.
The high social orders behave in this way because they can do whatever they like.
Their behaviour has no consequences, as riches alone define the rich, so they act as they wish.
Likewise, the low social orders behave in a manner identical to the rich because no matter how they behave, they remain poor and have no incentive to live a productive life.
As with the high orders, the behaviour of the low orders has no societal consequence, as poverty alone defines the poor.
There is nothing that can be taken away from the poor man as punishment for his loutish behaviour, as he has nothing to take away.
Odd man, left out, in all this is the middle orders.
Only the middle orders hold to what, the Americans call, middle class mores, because they must do so in order to maintain their, now very tenuous, grip on their social position and not fall down the social orders ladder into poverty, the condition most feared by the Americans of the middle orders.
For the Americans of the middle orders, poverty is terminal social cancer.
Incurable and intractable and simply too horrific to contemplate.
- At Washington, capital city of the terminally self-absorbed, mortal man holds to fleeting, feeble and fallible opinion, God immutable fact.
~~Finis Origine Pendet…The escape commences…~~September, 1957~~~~~~Non SibiThe escape continues…~~September, 1966~~The Cathedral Latin School~~Finis Origine Pendet~~Κύριε ἐλέησον~~
Rejoice and Glad!!
~The Original Angry Bird~~The Catholic University of America Screaming Red Cardinal Mascot~~
~~EX LIBRIS~~~~THEOS EK MĒCHANĒS~~Thursday Morning, 21st Mai, Anno Domini Nostri Iesu Christi, 2015
French actor~~Alain Delon
CONCEPT OF THE CATHOLIC AND ROYAL ARMY OF AMERICA (CRAA)
THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICASeal of The Catholic University of America
Deus Lux Mea Est
Acta Est Fabula
The escape concludes…
The Catholic University Of America, Washington, District of Columbia.
1976, Anno Domini Nostri Iesu Christi.
Acta Est Fabula.