William Rivers Pitt referred to these present times as the age of the Wrath of Fools.
The gentleman's sure got a point.
Back in the days, whether a prospective target was to be strangled and left in the city dump as an example, punctured through the ear with an ice pick to mimic a natural cerebral hemorrhage, smashed in the face with a baseball bat for effect, shot and robbed at home to appear as "street crime" or gunned down at a public rally, hundreds of professionals with the expertise to carry it off smoothly were available.
But these were gentler times.
Assassination is best left to the professionals.
Or so say they:
Murder is only killing without a license.
So says Sun Tzu. And Machiavelli.
Birds of a feather?
How incongruous and what a strange idea.
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