I answered your question PAGES ago.
Do you EVER read the responses to your posts? Apparently, responding to you is a waste of time:
And to be honest, I have spent quite a while going over what the fact that it's all fiction
has to do with anything...
...and I still can't figure it out!
What I do
know...is that the Dominion is also
fictional--and therefore, your claim to my issue's irrelevancy, due to said fictional status of the Borg, is invalid.
So...once again, we are back to square one. The Dominion is fictional, just as the Borg is fictional.
Once again...what makes genocide against the Borg (which is fictional) practical and moral (due to the prevention of the future slaughtering of innocent lives by the Borg), when you have previously stated that genocide against the Dominon (which is ALSO fictional) is impractical
--because the ability to commit genocide presupposes, in your view, the ability to defeat the Dominion without
, despite the similar
prevention of the future slaughtering of innocent lives by the Dominion?