Anti-state, anti-theist

28 September 2008 by Mike Gogulski
Posted in philosophy, politics, religion | No Comments »

Via Wikiquote:

Et ses mains ourdiraient les entrailles du prêtre,
Au défaut d’un cordon pour étrangler les rois.


And his hands would plait the priest’s entrails,
For want of a rope, to strangle kings.

— Denis Diderot, “Les Éleuthéromanes”, in Poésies Diverses (1875)

Possibly misattributed, but who cares… I mean, the guy’s dead, right?

Men will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest.

Well, kids, it don’t get any better than that, and doesn’t matter who said it.

Good night, and may God bless.

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