This booklet originated as a talk given to Cambridge Christian CND by the Bishop of Ely, the Rt. Revd. Peter Walker, at Blackfriars, Cambridge on 25 January 1985, in the Week of Prayer for World Peace, also the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
“What seems to me a very, in a sense, terrifying aspect of our society and other societies is the equanimity and the detachment with which sane, reasonable, sensible people can observe such events. I think that’s more terrifying than the occasional Hitler, or LeMay, or other that crops up. These people would not be able to operate were it not for the this apathy and equanimity and; therefore, I think that it’s in some sense the sane, and reasonable, and tolerant people who should share a very serious burden of guilt that they very easily throw on the shoulders of others who seem more extreme and more violent”
~ Noam Chomsky in 1969
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