greeney2 wrote:In 8 pages that was about millions of dead, fallen hereos in wars for freedom, 7 pages have ended up an assinined debate with someone everyone knows as a screwball here. Not only from a screwball, but out of a country, that did nothing in the great wars.
I couldn't care less of his nationality.
Individuality is not based on what turf you live in, and should not be used in judging someone.
With that said, you do know that we, the United States, were fully prepared to take a complete isolated stance during World War 2. Europe and Asia kinda lucked out when the Japs decided that they couldn't keep it in their pants. That was it. There wasn't a sense of whats right and whats wrong. WE didn't want OUR boys to fight another "senseless" war. We wanted to stay nice and safe in our own borders and let the world figure itself out.
War is an extension of economics and diplomacy through other means.
Economics and diplomacy are methods of securing resources used by humans.
Securing resources is the one necessary behavior for all living things.
War = Life