Re: Now That John Logan Has Proven Himself, What Went Wrong With Nemes
you don't think the idea of Shinzon accomplishing the defeat of the Federation, something the Romulans couldn't on their own appealed to him?
His thought process could have been "I, a discarded clone sent to die accomplished something that actual Romulans never could."
I can buy the idea that he'd want to take on the Federation at some point, if only to increase his relative power. What I don't
buy is that he'd direct a genocidal impulse towards the Federation. That's what's arbitrary -- not that he'd want to defeat the Federation, but that he would want to exterminate Earth before Romulus. This is a guy who feels nothing but contempt for the brutal oppressors who enslaved him and everyone he loves; it's completely inconsistent with his characterization and his established motives that he'd decide to go after Earth instead of Romulus.
This dream must end, this world must know:
We all depend on the beast below.