Ceterum censeo Carthaginem esse delendamThe coolest thing I've read in the last few days is that Cato the Elder ended every speech, regardless of the topic, with "Furthermore, I consider that Carthage must be destroyed." While I love the rhetorical flourish that makes this natural .sig material, I'm a bit of a pacifist and think that war, especially the total war Cato advocated, represents the worst of our species. So I can't use the quote verbatim, but what's the smallest possible change I can make to this phrase to make it consistent with my values? Carthage must be saved? Must be won over with love, respect, or at least mutual benefit? I need a Latin punster.