Herrenmoral, Sklavenmoral - been wondering where I'd read this, guess what, it's Nietzsche

There is nothing very odd about lambs disliking birds of prey, but this is no reason for holding it against large birds of prey that they carry off lambs. And when the lambs whisper among themselves "These birds of prey are evil, and does this not give us a right to say that whatever is the opposite of a bird of prey must be good?" there is nothing intrinsically wrong with such an argument - though the birds of prey will look somewhat quizzically and say, "We have nothing against these lambs; in fact, we love them; nothing tastes better than a tender lamb."

Friedrich Nietzsche quoted in: The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene

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