Been finding quotations by Aldous Huxley, author of Brave New World, one of my favourites. I don't agree with everything he believed, he was at heart quite the snob, but the fellow was certainly very clever.
Quite clearly given, hint, the image unless specified otherwise is used to illustrate the quote.
No, in what context was the quote used by Huxley?
In reference to modern warfare.
Yes, but in what context?
You already have the context, do you not know what that word means?
What occasion/circumstances led to these words--i.e. in what written piece/speech/telepathic message do they appear?
So you want the source then, next time ask for what you actually want and maybe you'll get it. He made this statement many times with slight variations. You can find a version quote in ends and means or a collection of his essays for the Peace Pledge Union.
He's asking the whole passage this quote came from.
I think everyone has the power withing to become a tyrant.... in this modern day.
I read your comment as a really dark self esteem speech. "Don't you see, you had the power to cause misery and suffering inside you all a long".
...but only the NSA has the ability!
Well, any government agency of any nationality has the ability as well. They have the paperwork after all.