Posted by Captain Hillman on October 31, 1999 at 20:04:52:
Great technological changes in history has always been followed by changes in the social structure, on how we organize ourselves and what we regard as the right order of things.
Now, Internet and the IT-revolution is the biggest technological change in history, supposedly. This will certainly change and maybe shake the very foundations on which we stand.
I speek as an old ladonian entity with great knowledge about our spirit. Internet crushes physical limits, information is spread, communication is growing, resulting in better possibilities for a sound and prosperous future for the entire world.
Ladonia very much imitates this positive development. It crushes limits but with love and care. Our country is a little piece of land among cliffs, never visited before Mr Vilks found the spot. It`s a place for contemplation, for a connection between the ego and the Hole, it is kind of a modern church, among other things. It breathes the presence and the future. It holds one of the keys for a united world. People visit the artworks and the seaside nature, and very often leave with a memory filled with intelligent emotional memories.
Why do Krapperup want to hinder all this?
Probably because they stand for an old and dying view of the world, belonging with the industrial era. Old men, owners not only of land properties but of old ideas.
The change is coming slowly but surely powerful.
This is the good news!
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