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A realistic appraisal


The zillions of words pointing to and exposing the vile state of our world amount to absolutely nothing. Our words have no affect: they have not improved the lot of mankind or the state of our precious planet, none what so ever. Of course, this is a bitter pill for writers to swallow. You and I are wasting our time. Our intensions are noble but our words carry no weight at all, and never did, and most likely never will. No matter, who you are, or where you are. So, where does the answer lie? Certainly not in our daily scribbles. Yet, for example, Eric Frank Russell’s 1951 story “…And Then There Were None” unlocks the secret of the most dangerous weapon imaginable. Listen to Eric Frank Russell’s story:


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