The “Christian Scriptures,” appended to the Jewish ones to create the “Bible,” taken as a whole, evoke a picture of all humanity fleeing, together like the hapless passengers in the Poseidon Adventure (Twentieth Century Fox, 1972), through an inverted world. Ignoring true escape routes, oblivious to good advice, they travel dark passageways of history, punctuated, periodically, by oppressive world government and culminating in the World Government to end all world governments.
All current events tend to confirm, rather than deny, that picture.
Anarchy is the precursor, not to freedom, but to tyranny.
Windows shattered, chairs and tables scattered, serving platters went airborne, retail displays were overturned, cash registers emptied and papers strewn like confetti to the sound of shrieks, howls and uncontrolled laughter.
It spilled quickly into the streets.
Crowds formed, subdivided or combined and surged in some direction or other in an atmosphere of surrealistic festival. Some latent restless rage, pent-up in the souls of the workforce, broke forth as though their dikes had crumbled before a psychic Tsunami.