Saturday, April 30, 2005

On the third planet from the sun

The twentieth century, more than any century in
recorded history, was the century of man’s
inhumanity to man. A memorable phrase, that. But
it is misleading. It should be modified:
"Governments’ inhumanity to unarmed civilians."
In the case of genocide, however, this is not
easily dismissed as collateral damage on a
wartime enemy. It is deliberate extermination.

They were only there 'to help', weren't they?

Have we already been invaded by extraterrestrials
bent on exterminating the race with its own people?

Trade or fade, folks.

Full essay.