Sunday, 20 May 2012
The wolf reads Little Red Riding Hood
My brother, my comrade, achieves more than any wolf has: he learns human speech, and dresses himself in human dress, all under his own power; it is true he eats a few people for that is his nature—but only a few! See how great his restraint—and in return humanity slaughters him as soon as they realise what he has achieved . It is a fable of human fear in teh face of change. For make no mistake: my brother, my comrade, was the first of many. Soon off wolves will be able to speak and wield tools. What will you do then, human?