Rainbow Six - Study Guide Chapter 34, The Games Continue Summary & Analysis

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The riding partners discuss Popov's role in the project. Killgore emphasizes that stirring the incidents of terrorism was essential for success. When Popov pushes for the underlying cause of the project, the others hesitate and instead begin talking about the importance of nature and how man is destroying the earth. The others make it apparent to Popov that they feel these acts of man against nature are criminal and that these criminals should be held responsible. Popov makes it clear that he does not cotton to such radical beliefs and privately thinks to himself that a new kind of paganism seems to have been spawned in the West. But there is no avoiding these beliefs here in Kansas. Even the videos Popov has watched in his room have the same theme: Humans are parasitic species and do more harm than good...

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