While thinking in terms of racial roots
Is permissible within an open society
Of democratic provenance,
It would be taboo within a closed society
Of theocratic persuasion, such as
A Social Transcendental Centre, where neither Celts
Nor Anglo-Saxons and Jews would exist,
But only free-electron ideologues
Partial to a supra-national designation.
If nationals can also be tribalists -
Englishmen Anglo-Saxons or Irishmen Celts -
Then supra-nationals will only be transcendentalists,
Even if Irish and Israeli or Iranian ones,
Depending on their national background.
Thus an Irish Social Transcendentalist
Would be first and foremost an ideologue,
Albeit one of Irish descent.
He won't be an Irishman, still less a Celt,
Since both national and subnational ascriptions
Will cease to be relevant
In a Social Transcendental Centre.
If Eire is destined to become
The first ideological component in
A sort of federation
Of Social Transcendental Centres,
Then it will have to cease being Eire
And instead become
An Irish Social Transcendental Centre,
Elevated to the supra-national status
Of a full-blown theocracy under
The Messianic guidance of he who, for a
Variety of reasons, most corresponds to
A Second Coming and intends to establish
His heavenly 'kingdom', the Centre, on earth ...
In order that all worldly kingdoms
May be overcome and the world brought to
A theocratic unity in transcendental Centrism,
As the necessary precondition
Of subsequent, or millennial, evolution.