Audio is a bit soft, with record noise, scratches, etc.
Ernest Chapel describes two warring civilizations. Neither fully understand the other, or for that matter, themselves. Do giants roam the earth? Who was here first, or who will win the age old, ongoing battle of survival? He claims they are as much as 150 times larger than us. Dwelling in unity, and living in peace are all either society want, but neither can achieve it, not even among themselves.
Listen to tales of rival civilizations, and how each tries to exterminate the other. Ernest tells about being fat and happy one day, until it happened to him. He was taken away to one of there concentration camps. Is it any wonder the giants are so hated, when they exterminate the masses, with cold consideration? The continuing question is “Who was here first?” and the rallying cry of, “The bigger they are, the harder they fall.” Ernest goes on to tell how even tiny ants, when acting as one, can be a force to be reckoned with, devouring anything in their path. Unstoppable, remorseless.
Another instance of the giants being defeated in the last war is told. Though some of their numbers are killed off, Ernest knows they were here first, and will be here last to see all the giants be gone. The bigger they are, the harder they fall.