You just never know where something to make you smile will crop up.
I was watching an episode of "Poirot" on Netflix. A bankster had murdered a few people, but when found out, was claiming he was too important to "the nation" to face punishment. Hercule Poirot said something to the effect of "Poirot is not concerned with nations. Poirot is concerned with private individuals." Awesome.
My thoughts exactly. "Nations" are nothing; individuals are everything. It's why every "law" imposed to protect any "nation" at the expense of the individual's liberty is evil. And it doesn't matter which "nation" claims the individual- murder by drone is wrong. Anti-gun "laws" are wrong. "National security"- which invariably comes by violating individual liberty- is wrong. Any "law" that seems to pretend that the "nation" is more important than any individual anywhere in the world is disgusting and wrong.
I care about "nations" to the identical extent they care about me.