The ageless, ever-present, dark heart of humanity has yet another a face and this guy sets a new standard.
“Our strength lies in our intensive attacks and our barbarity...After all, who today remembers the genocide of the Armenians?” Adolf Hitler
“But with dogs, we do have “bad dog.” Bad dog exists. “Bad dog! Bad dog! Stole a biscuit, bad dog!” The dog is saying, “Who are you to judge me? You human beings who’ve had genocide, war against people of different creeds, colors, religions, and I stole a biscuit?! Is that a crime? People of the world!”
“Well, if you put it that way, I think you’ve got a point. Have another biscuit, sorry.”” Eddie Izzard
“What connects two thousand years of genocide? Too much power in too few hands.”
The horror of it all. The unspeakable dark heart of humanity has been recently running more amok than usual. Of course it's been running amok for a while. I'd say, since evolution completed the rudimentary genetics that made it uncomfortable for those ape-like creatures to stay up in the trees. Minus our prehensile feet and tails, we thus became "human"-- you, me, Jesus, the Pope, Buddha, the Queen of England, John Lennon, Vladimir Lenin, and Groucho and Karl Marx--all of us. We came down from those branches, starting walking around and started looking for trouble--or, more likely, brought the trouble down with us.