Saman: Good citizens, paladins, we have won!
Saman: Allow me this allegory: Our forebears would say that we have at last reached the delectable mountains.
Saman: Yes, well, we have conquered these mountains. And soon not one hill will have a name other than clear.
Saman: We have burned the land clean. What cells of disease remain are few in number and short on time.
Saman: But friends, citizens, I tell you today that we have a new enemy. The enemy’s name is error!
Saman: And it stands tall against the horizon. (crowd booing) This new enemy, this new enemy is all too human.
Saman: But we will act now, before these traitors spread their disease to other susceptible minds!
He that wandereth out of the way of understanding shall remain in the congregation of the dead.
– John Bunyan, Pilgrim’s Progress