A truth is a truth is a truth, where it came from is irrelevant.
No history is unrepeatable. Even the worst returns with vengeance for having been beaten before, but comes in different dress, from other quarters, as ravenous and bloodthirsty, civilization notwithstanding.
In metaphysical matters, admitting ignorance is the better part of valor. It gives one room to grow and draws less blood. —Roshi Bob
“A man who lives by market share can never be trusted with the burden of truth.”
The outlines of truth are
They stare you in the face
Human rights are godly —religious belief, not so much.
Religion can be a comfort or a club depending upon personal attitude and who’s running things.