This musing comes from yet another argument with Perrin, where he once again attempts to erase human truism's that have existed since time immemorial, and replace them with his clichedleftywankerist pish.
Who is the more dangerous man?
The man who holds an image of himself up of the highest ideals, and aspires towards it, consciously eschewing any suggestions or doubts that may arise that there might be elements within him that deviate wildly from his holy ideals?
The man who recognises the fact that under the right circumstances, with the right switches being flicked, he is capable of being a monster and inflicting a great deal of wanton harm and destruction upon undeserving targets?
Or in otherwords, is the man who denies his shadow, or the man who acknowledges his shadow personality, the more dangerous man?