This. It's the reason I chose good in the poll because calling the Exiles anarchists is flat wrong. I already addressed the genocide comment. Read more carefully before you bring it up again, please. Life is life and all is fair game in war. However, that does not mean war is justifiable or right in all cases. It seldom is, because both sides are often embroiled in a conflict over greed and clashing ideologies. I didn't mention noncombatants because it's irrelevant. The aurin didn't choose war. They took their chances and made a choice based on generosity at the potential price of their own well being. In the end, the Dominion came after them and the aurin are in the wrong for helping out strangers? I guess I'll have to dabble in semantics for this one for a tad bit. Being able to justify something (which people can do for almost every action that they take regardless of what it is) is not the same as making a decision based on ethical or moral grounds. Of course the Dominion can justify their attacks on other nations/races/planets, but all it is is a judgment based on the intentional lack of consideration or contemplation of other perspectives. It is not an ethical judgment precisely for its disregard of other sentient beings.