-- Albert Camus
During the most uncompromising and dangerous years in the 20th century, Camus threw down the gauntlet. There were people in
Here is a parable for this moment and for all the moments in history when every choice has its price and nothing is neutral anymore:
The semi-mythical Athenian leader Solon made it a law that anyone who refused to take sides in a revolution would lose all civil rights. That way, people could not stand aside and hope trouble would pass them by while they waited to see which side would win.