“They believe they aren’t like everyone else, that the rules, the ones people like me and you, the people that work and struggle to live our lives, just live, don’t apply to them, that they can do anything, and live happily every after, while the rest of us suffer. They do this from the shadows, shadows that we cast, with our indifference, with a pervasive lack of interest in anything that doesn’t directly affect us, we in the here and now.
Or maybe it’s just the shadow of weariness, of how tired we are, struggling to claw our way back to a middle class that no longer exists, because of those that take more… and they keep taking, until all that’s left for the rest of us, is a memory of how it used to be, before the corporations and the bottom line decided we didn’t matter anymore. But we do, you, and I… we still matter.”
“There is a wide gulf between inaction and murder… Another’s man evil does not make you good. Men have used the atrocities of their enemies to justify their own throughout history. So the question, you have to ask yourself, is, are you struggling with the fact that you don’t want to kill this man, but have to, or, that you don’t have to kill him, but want to.”
– Daredevil 2015 TV Series