Also known as enigma's signature... "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing." -Edmund Burke Now, what do people think about this? I disagree with it, of course, but that could be just me. The problem I see is that everybody judges themselves as good, and there is in reality no such thing as an absolute sense of good and evil. How can we tell who are the good men who should do something? Did Hitler consider himself good? IMHO, this statement reduces to the sense that doing things that are wrong are better than doing nothing. And I think this is a philosophy that has disproved itself throughout history. Good intentions prove the impetus for killing and death far more than otherwise. Anybody agree/disagree?