Much better from Stefan. If he'd take his terrorism/slaughter argument to pre-USA colonisation then the figures become utterly mind-blowing; that is, in terms of the proportion of humanity that were killed to make way for his 'terrorist' state, one un-conservative estimate is 1/5. It's also the site of the world's first recorded act of biological warfare in the form of smallpox-infected blankets.
You should see his stuff on Monopolies. It was brilliant.
Re: smallpox, actually many mediaeval armies used catapaults to throw infected corpses into enemy castles, so no it wasn't.
I knew somebody would have something to say about that!
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