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War occurs in the absence of reason
Thread Created at Jul 24th 2014, 9:04:22 pm | Started by Brent_Allsop
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Brent_Allsop replied 10 years ago (Jul 27th 2014, 10:53:23 pm)
Hi benjojomojo, Interesting take on war. Welcome to canonizer.com, and it's nice to see what you currently believe. Thanks for the contributions, Brent Allsop
benjojomojo replied 10 years ago (Jul 24th 2014, 9:04:22 pm)
Having a 'reason' for war is paradoxical because war occurs in the absence of reason, certainly when viewed from a broad perspective. The true purpose of war is always concealed behind layers of lies and one cannot reason without truth. Even when the objective of those who incite war are accomplished (dominion,) only a madman would value such an objective. Only a madman would think that any technological breakthrough accomplished during war was worth the lives and suffering it cost, or that such innovations could not be accomplished in peace. If one were to go to war in defense of one's family, that would be understandable. But has it ever accomplished a true victory against the forces of dominion and war? The present world is enthralled to the most corrupt, invasive, destructive force of dominion that the earth has ever known in the World Bank. Our only chance of salvation lies in peace, in non-participation, in innovation, in education, in communication and in truth.