No Glory for the War-dead!

falcondule

Banned Camp
Jul 20, 2013
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washington
#1
Man will exploit his fellow human being in any and everyway possible. The most insidious form of exploitation known ,usually results in large ,long lasting conflicts ,that take a huge toll in casualties and property.

There will always be border disputes between nations . And usually they will lead to a loss of life for those willing to fight and die for their nation.

But if two nations at conflict with each other are left to settle their disagreements without outside interference from third parties ,then conflict will usually come to a quick resolution ,as soon as cooler heads prevail .But that's not been the modern history of nations. What starts out being a dispute over a border or a strip of territory or even the staus of a single city has been used by those in positions of power and influence to exploit the situation for their own selfish and financial interests.

In other words the financial wire pullers of the world see in every international conflict a chance to increase their capital base,
To these gentlemen ,war and its furtherance ;and the spreading of any conflict to other nations is simply another business trick. And while some will have the honor of fighting and dying for their country others will have the distinct opportunity of making another financial killing.

Ever wonder how the Jewish people of the world became so rich?
 
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Jan 29, 2010
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Miami
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I think it's important to point out that some conflicts like the so called "war on terror" aren't based on the traditional sense of war and conflict. It's a fight against an ideal that knows no country's borders or territory, and inherently has a hatred for other ideals. Call it an irreducible conflict if you will... basically the rule stated by the OP applies to countries that share mutual interests ("friendship" is kind of an inaccurate way of putting the relationship between nations) more than anything
 
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Oct 25, 2012
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Louisville, Ky
#6
LOL!!! That is like saying law enforcement turning a blind eye to crime leads to less crime. Didn't work in New Orleans. :p
If an entity does not react aggressively to aggression, and instead tries to avoid escalation....violence can be avoided.

(see mahatma gandri)
 
Mar 5, 2011
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Rhondda, Cymru
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I think it's important to point out that some conflicts like the so called "war on terror" aren't based on the traditional sense of war and conflict. It's a fight against an ideal that knows no country's borders or territory, and inherently has a hatred for other ideals. Call it an irreducible conflict if you will... basically the rule stated by the OP applies to countries that share mutual interests ("friendship" is kind of an inaccurate way of putting the relationship between nations) more than anything
I'd call it standard propaganda for a police state to defend us against Satan and his Angels meself.
 

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