|I think I'll be a Buddhist monk|
- Any relation to Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland? Of course not, for "Lewis Carroll" is the nom de plume for Irish-connected Dodgson.
|I'm glad I became a Buddhist monk|
Then he found himself on the beach, hungover and homeless, after being kicked off the vessel for drunk and disorderly conduct.
After five years as an apprentice, he became the first white man to ever don the saffron robes of a Buddhist monk.
|Do it for Ireland, Laurence Carroll, and for the whole of the Western world!|
|UK-occupied Northern Ireland|
|Teach those Brits not to mess with the Celts|
- [George Orwell was also decrying British colonial crimes against humanity in Burma and England for which he wrote Nineteen Eighty-Four].