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Deus Comedietta: Even as the world is in poverty and turmoil, man claims he is blameless. He always has someone to blame. If it is not nature, it must be his neighbour. Blicken says to Deus, ‘You share nothing fair’. But is Deus not right to say, ‘As you slack, so shall you lack’? Even as man makes unbalanced policies as Blicken observes, ‘Witiniko vetoed equality’. Witiniko says, ‘Veto works for peace’. But is Deus not right when he says, ‘…peace eludes … for you … congregate to segregate’? Even as man depraves his value, there is an excuse. Witiniko says, ‘I have an argument’. But is it not true that man, as Lady Witiniko claims, always has an argument ‘… argument to steal … argument to kill … argument to destroy’? Perhaps it is this claim to individual argument that has turned a beautiful world into a wasteland. This short play, in a peculiar way, manoeuvres through a labyrinth of issues; asking bold questions regarding concepts of time, corruption, freedom, inequality, religion, humanity, and many more.

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