In the latest episode of Doctor Who, The Doctor is faced with a breakdown in the ceasefire between humans and the extremist faction of an alien race that has been living secretly on Earth. He then came out with a speech that sums up all wars.
The Silence, weeping angels and Daleks. The Tardis even looks scary like its at Trenzalore. And don't forget about John Smith, the man who forgot the Doctor existed. Just about sums up all of modern Doctor Who.
Either way, we still want quality Doctor Who, without focusing too much on gender and it's associated stereotypes.
Rose Tyler: Doctor, they've got guns. The Doctor: And I haven't. Which makes me the better person, don't you think? They can shoot me dead, but the moral high-ground is mine. This is my favorite doctor who quote!
A Lot Of People Are Sharing This Powerful "Doctor Who" Speech About War
He had engineered a war game so that both humans and the aliens believed that they had a chance of winning or losing, entirely at random. This led to the accusation of playing games. Many People Are Sharing This Powerful "Doctor Who" Speech About W
My wisdom comes from experience. My passion comes from pain. My confidence hides my insecurities. My weakness makes me stronger. My past does not define me. My strength is an illusion. My calm makes a storm. My innocence is not ignorance.