Ender's Game

Chapter 8

this chapter opens with a dialogue between Graff and Anderson. Graff says that, "fairness is a wonderful attribute. It has nothing to do with war." Taking this quote into consideration, how does Graff feels about Enders training and the direction it's going? 

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I don't think that Graff has any interest in if Ender is being treated fairly. They are going to be at war and the only point for Ender's existence is to be ready to win the war against the Buggers.