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Shakespeare: "Innocence Itself Sometimes Hath Need Of A Mask"

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on May 1, 2003 03:40:46 UTC

Hi Tim,
You wrote:
"i've been stongly influenced by the school of thought that says keep up appearances of innocence even if you are innocent."

In Shakespeare's time religious inquisitions were still legal in the western world.
Who has to be satisfied that we are innocent?
The ignorant, abusive, illogical pervaders of religious or atheistic totalitarianism?
Their cowering flocks of misguided team players?
Or the ones who recognize that legal rights
are actually RIGHTS?
I choose the latter.

You're welcome for the compliment.
Mike

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