"In the everyday world, if I steal a dollar from no matter whom, the cops can get after me and lock me up. For a dollar. But as an architect, I can build an ugly house, in which people live miserably like rats, yet the police cannot arrest me. This means that I may steal the possibility of existing without being condemned. At least on this earth. Perhaps God or a delegate of His will do it afterwards. But for the time being, a child born in this house is going to be deprived of vital experiences: he will not see grass or butterflies, not even sun and moon, and I'll get away with it. What a shame!"
- Leonardo Ricci, Anonymous (20th Century)