Through their rituals and beliefs, the City constructively declares, “Some things must NEVER change,” to which the Revolutionist adds, “God, I hope not.”



Chaos is in the eye of the beholder.



The general purpose of the City and its many institutions, is to insure order and predictability, which the Revolutionist strongly supports – in others.



A certain ruler proclaimed to the People, “Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, and further blah, blah-more,” and afterwards a new courier said, “Sire, what you told the People was not true.”  “Ah!” said the king, “What’s the truth among friends.”



Would a Real Revolutionist’s life be based on knowledge or experience?

And who would distinguish the two?