Only later, when the doomed Primarch surrendered his soul to the Ruinous Powers was his relentless drive for justice perverted into the form it now takes.
While many of the Primarchs were raised by those peoples they found themselves amongst after the Ruinous Powers scattered them to the corners of the galaxy, Konrad Curze grew to maturity in very different circumstances.
The world of Nostramo was a lightless industrial waste, its cities teeming and anarchic and its main export the raw adamantium found beneath the surface.
Curze survived as a wild thing, living in the lowest depths of the hive cities and competing for food with the vermin and scum of the sewers.
In the New Testament, Mary is the new Queen Mother who give birth to the “King of Kings” (Lk 2:7), and is crowned as the Queen and Advocate in the Kingdom of God (Rev 12:1-6), becoming the greatest intercessor for the people of God to Christ the King.
Look elsewhere for posturing confrontation and quick reactions to the day's news. Few words are as reviled in American politics as “cosmopolitan.” The term invokes sneering, urban, elite condescension.
It’s those smug cosmopolitans who led to Donald Trump’s election. Kwame Anthony Appiah is a British-born Ghanaian-American philosopher at New York University, as well the writer of the New York Times Magazine’s “Ethicist” column.
While such an approach might appear mindless, at one time it was different.
Ten millennia ago, the Night Lords' Primarch Konrad Curze was driven to acts of extreme violence by a deep-rooted desire to punish the guilty and impose order upon the anarchy in which he grew up.