The sheer enormity or great evil of the conflict in Darfur is almost unimaginable: many hundreds of thousands have been brutally killed so far. The enormity and horrors of the crimes committed become clear when one visits the refugee camps, where one finds young children and women who have lost all hope. Many journalists who visit Darfur come back shocked and depressed because they are totally unprepared for the enormity or extreme moral offensiveness of the human tragedy they have witnessed.
Quiz: When would it be appropriate to refer to the enormity of a ruler?
- When that ruler has made such immense and positive changes that they are beloved by almost every citizen.
- When that ruler has committed wicked and vicious acts against their people.
- When that ruler has achieved a level of power that no ruler in history has experienced.