Thought for tomorrow

by Captain Walker

Categories: CW

“The single thing that underpins the actions of a suicide bomber and the healing hands of a doctor, is the belief that it is right to do what they do. A sense of righteousness and justification, is therefore a powerful double-edged sword – one that can be wielded for good or for evil. It is when we know we are right, that we need to exercise the most caution and consideration – especially where our actions may affect large populations and systems of governance.”

– Captain Walker (Nov 2011).


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