By Harold Pinter
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I think we’ve either benefited from our discussions. Victor mutters. NICOLAS (cont. ) What? Victor mutters. NICOLAS (cont. ) What? VICTOR My son. NICOLAS Your son? Oh, don’t fear approximately him. He used to be a bit prick. Victor straightens and stares at Nicolas. Silence. Blackout. THE outdated DAYS good, there has been no challenge. all of the democracies (all the democracies) have been at the back of us. So we needed to kill a few humans. So what? Lefties get killed. this is often what we used to assert again within the previous days: Your daughter is a lefty. I’ll ram this stinking battering ram all of the manner up and up and up and up correct the best way via all of the means up throughout her awful lefty physique. in order that stopped the lefties. they might were the previous days yet I’ll let you know they have been the nice previous days. besides the entire democracies (all the democracies) have been in the back of us. They acknowledged: simply don’t (just don’t) inform a person we’re at the back of you. That’s all. simply don’t inform somebody (just don’t) simply don’t inform a person we’re at the back of you. simply kill them. good, my spouse sought after peace. And so did my sons and daughters. So we killed the entire lefties to convey peace for our sons and daughters. besides there has been no challenge. besides they’re all lifeless besides. 1996 PRESS convention Press convention used to be first offered as a part of a night of sketches on February eight and n, 2002, on the Royal nationwide Theatre, London. the solid used to be as follows: MINISTER Harold Pinter PRESS participants of the corporate the corporate integrated Linda Bassett, Danny Dyer, Douglas Hodge, Patrick Marber, Kika Markham, Catherine McCormack, Corin Redgrave, Samantha Robson, Gary Shelford, Andy de los angeles travel, Frances de l. a. journey, Penelope Wilton, Susan Wooldridge, Henry Woolf Director Gari Jones PRESS Sir, sooner than you grew to become Minister of tradition i think you have been the top of the key Police. MINISTER that's right. PRESS Do you discover any contradiction among these roles? MINISTER None whatever. As head of mystery Police it was once my accountability, particularly, to guard and to protect our cultural inheritance opposed to forces which have been purpose upon subverting it. We have been protecting ourselves opposed to the malicious program. And we nonetheless are. PRESS The computer virus? MINISTER The trojan horse. PRESS As head of the key Police what used to be your coverage in the direction of young children? MINISTER We observed childrens as a probability if—that is—they have been the youngsters of subversive households. PRESS So how did you utilize your coverage in the direction of them? MINISTER We kidnapped them and taken them up competently or we killed them. PRESS HOW did you kill them? What used to be the tactic followed? MINISTER We broke their necks. PRESS and girls? MINISTER We raped them. It used to be all a part of an instructional method, you notice. A cultural approach. PRESS What was once the character of the tradition you have been featuring? MINISTER A tradition in accordance with admire and the rule of thumb of legislation. PRESS How do you realize your current position as Minister of tradition? MINISTER The Ministry of tradition holds to an identical rules because the guardians of nationwide protection. We think in a fit, muscular, and delicate figuring out of our cultural history and our cultural responsibilities.