Casey Daily Dispatch: Man vs. Morlock

Note the paragraph where this famous witness to the descent of Germany describes his problems with friends and decline of groups that might resist the fall

Maybe this sheds a little light on what has happened to our group.

Well, the image of Yvette Mimieux is still clearly with me. Death by 1,000 paper cuts, the frog in the slowly-heating water, or government by surprise as Mayer expresses, repeat throughout history. However, the reason offered "we did not have time to think," was never one which I accepted. More like resisters think way too much, and do little; while perpetrators -- whether Murlock or Nazis -- forge on with deeds. And there will always be plenty of Mimieux around who are just fine with basking in the sunshine no matter the price called for by the perpetrators.