What conditions do you believe should be met in order to justify a war? Or do you believe that war should never be an option? My Dad had a quote on the subject of war. " Only those who have lived through it can understand that nothing is more bitter than the taste of war."
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Edward- Thank you for your well thought out answer.I believe we all look for the day when conflicts are no longer human nature. And the bible verse is well placed. Again thanks.
Penny G- Thank you very much for your answer. I have never heard it put that way before. But you may have a point.
manatita44- You made a very strong point. Many thanks for your answer.
Dave36- Thank you. I do agree that big business make alot of money before, during and after war. This holds true throughout history. WWII is a good example of this. But WWII is also an example of evil vs. good in which the good did not ask for.
Why does the USA & GB buy most of it's crap from China a country with zero human rights, then go around the world "posing" as the worlds policemen?..Also why have our g/ments invented a law, where they can lock up it's own citizens without trial?
Dave36- I believe your questions are better directed at the governments of the U.S. GB and China. You seem to think I have control over them.
lone77star- Regardless of any reason for armed conflict we must realize there has never been nor ever will be such a thing as a good war. But good may, at times, result from it. I do believe the war in Rev 20:7-9 will be the very last war. Thank you.
If we're put here to be tested, & our body was just a vessel for our soul which can't be destroyed..Then war & everything in the world would make sense to me, a test to see which stance or side we take..Good vs bad, my "i" vs my ego/emotional
Yes, war is all part of the plan, and puzzle, and the future to the new.