"Definitely my favorite song in 'The Gray Race,' this song shows Graffin dislike toward the military, wars, and arms. In the chorus, he says that violence is something natural to humans and that's why there's still wars--we're naturally aggressive. He then says that we've never quite learned our lesson about war and its consequences and that's why 'history is laughing at us.' Then, Graffin takes a blow at the military heroes, who are honored for killing fellow humans. Is this how civilized we are? When fighting wars, we look more like Romans enjoying the deaths of gladiators at the Coliseum. Graffin goes on to say that war crimes have no motive, it's just accumulated human aggression that has surfaced out to demonstrate that it's still thriving inside each of us."