“An excerpt from:

“Hypothetically Speaking”

Anthony T. Hincks
(A book about you and the world – coming soon!)

If I was a savvy person, I would watch, and study mankind in order to find out where his weaknesses lay.

Greed, for sure; vanity; mistrust; a tendency towards violence; fanaticism, and many other less than honorable traits and even some honorable ones which could also be used, and capitalized on.

Then, once I had found his weaknesses I would act.
I and some friends or family, not terms that I would usually use but ones that are more commonly used here on Earth, would start an empire.

Months – Years - Millennium

Who cares, for time is on my side, not yours!
I would sow mistrust; magic; wisdom; knowledge, and start many religions.

Why many religions?

Because where would the fun be by just having one, when with a whole handful you can sow hatred; do unspeakable acts all in the name of religion. That’s a lot more fun, and, besides which, it suits my purposes.

Innovation – Invention – Intelligence

All of those things would come, but only at a time of my choosing.

Decades would pass and then centuries. Wars would be fought. He against him. He against her. She against him. They against others.

I tell you, watching something come to fruition is a hell of a lot of fun.”

Anthony T.Hincks
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