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Do Homury.
Kyubey: I'm sure you didn't really want to know the truth. And yet, you couldn't bear not to search for it. It just goes to show how illogical human curiosity is.
Zamasu: Are humans an existence we should really be protecting? I've seen the acts of mankind numerous times. They flourish, fight, perish, and continue this cycle forever. To me, I feel that it is a foolish doing. Is an existence that merely repeats the same absurd mistakes worth protecting? Should we not just put an end to these acts ourselves?!
Izumi Shin'ichi: So in the end, it's hypocritical for us to love Earth without loving ourselves.
Olivier Poplin: The entire population of the human race is 40 billion. And half of it is women. Even considering that half of that won't pass the age limit and a further half of that will fail on the account of their looks, there still are 5 billion that are potential targets of my romance. I can't waste even one second.
Yang Wen-li: Humans were drinking alcohol five thousand years ago, and they're still drinking it now. And five thousand years from now, they'll be drinking alcohol. Although it's unlikely that there'll be a human race in five thousand years.
Yang Wen-li: People tend to make the common mistake of believing that a situation will last forever.
Yang Wen-li: People may need societies, but they don't necessarily need nations.
Yang Wen-li: The Empire, with a few nobles ruling the masses, is bad government. The Alliance, with a government chosen by the people, is badly governed. Which one do you think is wrong?
Yang Wen-li: There has never been 'permanent peace' in human history. But, there have been plenty of ages with decades of peace. In short, my hope is, haughtily enough, for a few decades of peace in the future.
Yang Wen-li: Kids grow by exploiting adults.
Kusco: Man is content with this small world. No one is brave enough to venture out into the universe. They confine themselves to this solar system and ship in resources from other planets. All they care for is luxury. Men run from the sound of thunder, and wear make-up and high heels. What if an advanced lifeform, brave and spirited, and full of reckless might, with the power to cross space were to attack the Earth at a time like this? A human race that's heading off to golfing ranges and amusement centers wouldn't stand a chance.
Narrator: The year was 2977 A.D. All of mankind was ruled by one earth government and boasted of its advanced technology. However, their minds had become spiritless and weak. Then one day, a mysterious black object crashed into the Earth. Was it a sign that a fearsome alien force would soon attempt a takeover of earth? Out of five million human beings, only four suspected so.
Tomii Ryūnosuke: Michael Ende once compared humans to cancer cells, but I believe that humans are germ cells. However, there is the possibility that any of us could become the cancer cell that destroys Earth.
Narrator: When the oceans of the world dried up, people said the end of mankind had come. They lamented their fate, and closed their eyes to the limitless ocean overhead. A small few gritted their teeth, believing in a bright new future for mankind... and embarked upon this new infinite ocean - Space. People pointed their fingers and laughed, calling them outlaws chasing empty dreams. This is the story of such a time.
Armin Arlert: People are crazy for believing that these walls will protect us forever. Even though the walls have been intact for the past 100 years, there's nothing that can guarantee they won't be broken down today.
Yagami Light: There are a lot of stupid people out there.
Rem: Humans are such ugly creatures...
Shirotsugh Lhadatt: Can anyone hear me? I'm the first man in space. If you look up, well, maybe you'll see it. Or at least please listen. We've left the oceans and climbed above the mountains. I'm flying. We've found the untouched realm of God. You have to look now it's your only chance. Nothing is here yet, not even air or water to ruin. Soon the next man will follow to touch it, and another, and in all the rush we may again destroy it. Maybe our killing comes from the madness of being confined? Please listen! There's no more reason to kill because we don't have any more borders now! Can anyone hear me? If you can hear me, then pray. The humblest of all things, the most noble. Pray for each step you take. Make a path that's safe so those who follow shall never stumble. Dear God, please give us your mercy. Mercy for we are lost. Forgive the irresponsible, the trivial men who beg you from the dark for the forgiveness of your light.
Khaidenn: Civilization did not create war. War created civilization.
Alucard: Only humans would have the voracity... for watching their fellow man being killed.
Eiri Masami: Mankind is a creature that no longer evolves, is it not? Compared to other animals, the cancer rate in man is exceedingly small. One theory says that man is a neoteny and is no longer able to evolve. If this is true, then what an absurd creature man has evolved into. Not knowing what it is that drives them they keep their bodies merely to satisfy the desires of the flesh. They're worthless, don't you think? That's all mankind is.
Do Takemaru.
Inuyasha: I'm a half-demon, more egotistical and greedy than any other living creature - that's what human beings are, right? But with human blood flowing through my veins, I never give up! Don't you understand? When you have someone to protect, your power increases multifold! That's why I'm able to destroy you now!
Ryuk: Humans are... so much fun.
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