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By W. E. Johns
'Don't circulation but. I'm going out of front door. They'll rush me then. That's your likelihood to move out the again manner. obtained that?'-'Quite clear.'-'Good! yet don't imagine I'm exaggerating. My probabilities of getting out of the following alive are approximately one in 100. Yours are one in ten. They'll kill you with out the slightest compunction in the event that they imagine you're with me. I don't understand what you're doing right here, however it doesn't subject. Make for London. in the event you get there, inform them what happened.'Biggles, Algy and Ginger by accident arrive in Spain in the course of the civil warfare. After an opportunity come upon with a British Intelligence agent who passes them a coded message which should be acquired again to the Ministry of Defence in London, they're focused on a determined chase to come back domestic with the evil leader of Intelligence and Propaganda after them.
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Since each creature lives only a minute or so, they change so fast that a man can’t take his mind off of them for a second. ” “That won’t be too long. ” “Yes. But none of the others is having half the trouble that I am. Most of them, in fact, have things coming along just about the way they want them. My four planets are raising more hell than all the rest of both galaxies put together, and I know that it isn’t me - next to you, I’m the most efficient operator we’ve got. ” If an Eddorian can be said to smile, the All-Highest smiled.
Thus one of them, fractionally more powerful and more ruthless than the rest, became the All-Highest-His Ultimate Supremacy-and a group of about a dozen others, only infinitesimally weaker, became his Council; a cabinet which was later to become known as the Innermost Circle. The tally of this cabinet varied somewhat from age to age; increasing by one when a member divided, decreasing by one when a jealous fellow or an envious underling managed to perpetrate a successful assassination. And thus, at long last, the Eddorians began really to work together.
Therefore the Eddorians, for the first time in their prodigiously long history of fanatical non-cooperation, decided to pool their resources of mind and of material and to work as a group. Union of a sort was accomplished eventually; neither peaceably nor without highly lethal friction. They knew that a democracy, by its very nature, was inefficient; hence a democratic form of government was not even considered. An efficient government must of necessity be dictatorial. Nor were they all exactly alike or of exactly equal ability; perfect identity of any two such complex structures was in fact impossible, and any difference, however slight, was ample justification for stratification in such a society as theirs.
Biggles In Spain by W. E. Johns