It is really awful that humanity's set of experiences is fashioned with so much revulsions as world encompassing war, the Holocaust and what is appeared in "Dara of Jasenovac." Man's cruelty to man is summarized when a German Nazi officer asks the Croatian inhumane imprisonment commandant, ""Why do you execute Serbs?" His answer is, "On the grounds that they are Serbs." That sort of careless scorn is, lamentably, a piece of our public character now. I trust it isn't past the point of no return for change.