Pretty much covers and fills in some gaps.
Something I got to thinking after hearing this. Well I am horde and don't get much about of hearing Varian talk about the horde how he does, I do see his points and this shows how far he's matured as a character in what he wishes to achieve, that he doesn't give into his rage like he use to or fall for Garrosh's tricks.
However, a major problem I see on the horizon and one blizzard will have to step extremely carefully over.
Well the alliance are aiming for an assured victory, and the horde indeed is fracturing because of Garrosh, and now Varian saying he intends to make the final blow against Garrosh, something about the fact he said they wished to keep horde activity 'in check'?
Now well Varian's is only from an alliance standpoint, there is a massive risk blizzard has here. It they allow the alliance to, after Garrosh's defeat, somehow be part of influencing what the horde does and how it governs itself, this will be the ultimate kill switch for so many horde players, and will feel, to me anyway, like taking a piss on the hordes name and what its meant to develop into on its own accord after Garrosh falls.
The alliance should have no influence on how the horde governs itself, and it should go no further then Varian making a clear statement to the new horde leader how if they come to blows against there will be no mercy blah blah blah. If it goes beyond this and the alliance think they have the right to anything the new horde after Garrosh will have to do, I can just imagine the vast numbers of horde players feeling so pissed at this.