Leapdragon 2016 - Aron Hsiao Was Here

The older I get,  §

the more I think I would like to see more things decided by violence and war. That is what we lack in the west. They say “might doesn’t make right,” but I want to know: why exactly not?

What in hell’s name is wrong with might?

When did the “pen” get to be mightier than the “sword,” and what, pray, is so noble about this state of affairs? Is there anything noble about it, beyond reference to a Christian God?

Where is our blood, and why is it not more often in the streets?

Let’s put it this way:

Good is the root of all evil, and the transcendent are neither.