An English teacher had just finished teaching ‘Invisible Man’ written by H. G. Wells.
According to the story an experimental scientist had transformed himself to become optically indiscernible and then started abusing his newly invented power and finally he was terminated.
“Can anyone in the class tell me what lesson we could learn from this story”, the teacher asked the class.
“Power can transform a good person into a devil”, a student replied.
“Brilliant answer”, the teacher sounded very happy.
“Sir, we need not just one but many invisible men”, suddenly a student said standing up from the last row.
“I don’t think so, but still I would like to hear your reason”, the teacher said.
“We need to produce many invisible men, program them in a precise manner and then unleash them to control all kinds of corruption” the student said.