13. I am…

So, I am to die then.
These Athenians do not want to think, they want to live their lives never questing and when one does question,
he is put to death, for thinking.
They may have invested democracy, but they be stupid.
I am, the man who questioned everything, Socrates

Socrates, 470/469 BCE to 399 BCE was a Greek philosopher, most of his work is known from his student Plato. Socratic discussions were named after him. Athens, where he was born and died is known as the birthplace of democracy and Western civilisation. He was made to drink hemlock by the Athenian government for ‘corrupting’ the youth.