A Word From The Dominator
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Mankind's civilization has been developing for over 4,000 years, yet only the last 200 have been of any significance.

So, what did we do for nearly 4,000 years? A huge number of us thirsted for small amounts of gold, sometimes biting off the heads of people whose opinions were a little different from theirs, engaging in conflict or deprecation with each other, and engaging in meaningless dissipation. Those whose desires are as crummy as wild beasts, and who will never understand great heritages. They threw the bible into the flame and crashed every architectural structure. They put the labels of "gods" and "demons" on the inhabitants of the world and believed that they have understood them.

Our wisdom was gradually cultivated, and the products of said wisdom cast light on the unknown. The discovery of the unknown led us to establish a number of technologies. The world has begun to understand its logic, yet the absurd and impossible things didn't vanish from mankind, as if they are beasts with the masquerade of human ignorance.

Mankind must never cease achieving wisdom. No one else will be allowed to prevent us, and we must elect our own progress.

While mankind stands up against the unknown, we must struggle with them as vanguards, and support people as barrier troops standing behind them.

We secure. We contain. We protect.

— The Dominator

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