Super Soaker Collector / Administrator
There you go using that incredibly narrow definition that Ed had. Both you Brazilians are terrible at trying to engage in semantics debates, and you do it so freakin often.Delance said:You are wrong, since he does finish the sentence, he says it's unimaginable. But he also recoginizes this was their fault, not Confed's. Something that you apparently miss. It's is not *nothing*, it's just something they can't imagine. Melek isn't saying the Kilrathi was destroyed, but that they had to find new ways if they wanted to survive. Melek makes a plea to Blair, which represents the Kilrathi making a plea to Humans:
“The Kilrathi can't die as a race.”
It was on Confed's hands. Genocide. It would be easy at that point. But instead, Confed accepts the plea and makes a generous effort to accommodate the Kilrathi and to easy their suffering, to the point of providing them with a *new* homeworld.