Thursday, June 16, 2016

Opinion: War is not a possibility

I must consider myself warned when I hear so much threatening trivial talk in the media about war. I use the word trivial because our foreign enemies are essentially imaginary, and war is good for no one except a few profiteers at the top.

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  1. Although I agree that the military industrial complex may be the most evil entity on the planet, and we have many issues to tackle to make our world a better place to live, isolationism and pacifism are not the solutions. The Russians and the Chinese are every bit as "provocative" as we are, if not worse. As are Al-Qaida, ISIS, etc. Our enemies are far from imaginary, and yes, we have done a lot to create some of them. But to think that we do not have to defend ourselves is pie-in-the-sky lunacy. I don't pretend to have all the answers, even if I did I doubt anyone would listen. Our greedy, carnal nature is the problem, and that is not going away anytime soon.

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    1. Philip Caron6/17/16, 10:42 PM

      Overall, our nature seems to be that of fearful, grasping, violent monkeys.

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    2. Ooooo, ooooo, ahh, ahh!

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