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SO WHAT IS WAR GOOD FOR?, despite what many remnant flower children say, Humans will and can never out grow their instincts for war.

war is the only way to get your message accross, this is how it has been, this is how it will always be.
 


Posts: 1 | Posted: 3:34 PM on April 7, 2003 | IP
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Killing is NOT a good way to get a message across.  
Do you think that the people who are dead are going to enjoy the new freedom in Iraq? Do you think the children who have lost their parents to war going to love Bush for killing them? think again

 


Posts: 0 | Posted: 09:19 AM on May 7, 2003 | IP
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Killing isn't a good way to make a point. But sometimes it's the only way the message will be recieved.

"There are times where one must destroy a little beauty, in order to keep what order one already has."

                                 -Ray Bradbury
                               "The Flying Machine"


Do you think that the people who are dead are going to enjoy the new freedom in Iraq?

Before you ask this questions, look at the number of iraqi casualties from the war. Then find some numbers (or if you've been paying any attention at all to how sadam hussein ruled, you can easily imagine) on how many people have died, in any given year because of Sadam's regime.  

Do you think the children who have lost their parents to war going to love Bush for killing them?

No one is happy to lose a parent or loved one. Don't be stupid. But they WILL be blessed by growing up in a nation where they have freedoms similar to what we have here!

"Sometimes the most evil men simply do nothing at all."

Isn't it the duty of those who have freedom to bring freedom to those who want it? I believe it is. So instead of telling other people to think again, you should get some facts behind your opinions and think for the first time.


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"The Way of the Warrior is the two-fold path of pen and sword. Even if a man possess no natural inclination he may be a warrior by sticking assidously to both divisions of the Way."

-Shinmen Musashi
 


Posts: 112 | Posted: 02:17 AM on May 17, 2003 | IP
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I agree with you wars have always been and will always be!  I don't like it but thats life.  There is always diverging ideas in the world and each idea thinks it is totally right.  Hitler had a utopian Idea and he was willing to kill millions to perpetuate it.  Despite history's somewhat skewed view, Hitler had alot of support in the world.  He nearly won the damn war!  Had he not invaded Russia he just might have pulled it off.  So War is some times the only way to defeat such utopian Ideas.  The most dangerous people in the world are those with Utopian Ideas.  Hitler, Stalin, Jim Jones, David Koresh, Usama Bin Laden and fundamentalist Islam, Hale Boppers, and many more.  All have or had a utopian Idea of some sort.  All are or were very dangerous men.  It is war that hopefully weed these evil people out.
 


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