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A Question Of Motive
by R. D. Ashby
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  There is no such thing as
A question of motive
In post-modernism's update

Motive has been deconstructed
To direct action
In politics and finances

Bush in Iraq, Mugabe in
Zimbabwe, are direct actions
Super-rogations

OJ Simpson... 9/11... 26/11
There is no scope for talk
Abstraction in motive

There is something then
About direct action that absolves
Its criminality

To the criminal who
Views his action as the agent
Of the divine

By virtue of its direct action
In the providential field
Of existence

Where God's will alone is done.
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January 04, 2009
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