• We can't have any weak or silly. Life is real again, and the useless and cumbersome and mischievous have to die. They ought to die. They ought to be willing to die. It's a sort of disloyalty, after all, to live and taint the race.

    H. G. Wells (2015). “Delphi Complete Works of H. G. Wells”, p.725, Delphi Classics