Capheus, Lito Rodriguez: Who am I? I guess who I am is exactly the same as you are. Not better than. Not less than. Because there is no one who has been or will ever be exactly the same as either you or me.
Will Gorski: You think you're hunting us? We're coming for you.
Professor Kolovi: There was a time we thought our place in the world was the will of the Divine. As that rationale fell out of favor, it was the science of the Enlightenment that provided any number of answers to our ascendancy. It is only recently, in light of the havoc and devastation our existence has inflicted on this planet have we begun to question the nature of our supremacy. When we consider our ancestral relatives, we have typically blamed their extinction on their own bad luck. Mounting evidence however suggests that it was not an accident nor a failure of adaptation. Our cousins' untimely demise was the result of a rather extended and brutal genocide. And what's more, the children of these barbaric murderers are actually sitting right in this room.