I'm afraid of trees as well. Well, I say afraid, but, I mean this in the context of climbing a tree, as in the literal act of climbing; spiritually, trees are my forte. I used to travel to my local woodland, at my previous house, day after day, and would fight spiritually while there to have the time spent being there be the maximum necessity; the maximum necessity, is a reference to the time it takes the human body to not feel the pressure of outside surroundings.
Essentially, the point of the thread, is the public emergency of people being exonerated from the act of literally climbing ladders; indeed, some ladders are safer than others, and perhaps can be used, but, the overall paradigm is one of horror: the act, of climbing a ladder, is a mathematical horror of speed of physics creating emotion, the emotion being the problem of its own dichotomy consisting of density.
Density, essentially, is a construct of no speed; its denotation is one of no speed.
For this reason, for this mathematical horror, it is my public emergency act to exonerate people from using ladders, albeit, while also trying to have news media - the BBC and CNN, to name a few - implement the logic of body glamour/sex appeal/sexual looking people be the users of politics.
The reality, of sexual looking people being the users of politics; essentially, this is a reference to political platforms, such as conferences, trade union platforms and parliaments all being headlined by people that look like Big Brother's Marnie Simpson, or like Zoe Lucker's Tanya Turner, or like Erin Burnett from CNN, in which the creation of the new world order is able to let trees be spiritual, while not having ladders be anti-spiritual
For The British: Kelly Brook (UK model)