Sounds like a firm of London attorneys. Anyway, I’m not sure what this guy’s point is. It seems to be bafflement at the fact that while I like & admire Roger Scruton, Roger & I prefer different breakfast cereals. Or something. And “sequitur” is spelt like that, by the way — 3rd conjugation present indicative active, you dolt!
I don’t even have an opinion on Eliot as a social critic, not having read a single word (I think) of his social criticism. His social criticism might be the bee’s knees, for all I know about it, or even the cat’s pajamas. I just think he was a third-rate poet. And I’m trying to be nice there.