posted on Aug, 29 2006 @ 01:42 PM
AscendedMaster .. No one may like and cheer for war.. well actually some do, some do really enjoy war.. but for those who are "civilized" by there
own standards, no one likes war.
You can talk on and on about the bully, the NWO, all those rich guys who own everything just causing problems to get a little more.. but you look way
to far into it.
Way.. way.. to deep.. take a breath and step back, view the whole picture.
Why do we go to war, when no one wants to go to war yet goes to war any ways? Because we are animals. Animals with a special gift of intelligence
that allows us to kill even more of our brethren with every passing war. We march to war not for the sake of going to war, though there have been
those who did plunder, rape, murder and steal just for the sake of doing such things. We march to war because sometimes we just can't live in the
same world as someone we despise so much. That is the only reason, when you get on down to the real true reasons of things, it is our animal instinct
to destroy anyone who threatens or annoys us. Much like a kid will beat and push around a smaller child to get a toy, we are no better and that is
exactly what and why we do it.
It would be a great and happy over populated infested planet, if all where enlightened to see war is a crime. For thousands upon thousands of years,
from the first cave man with a stick to our leaders with nuclear bombs, we carry a tradition. This is the only tradition that has never changed
throughout human history, as long as we walked this earth. It is a tradition shared by every culture, whether it is the Europeans, the tribes of
Africa, the lands of the Far East, or even the lands no one went to in the Americas before colonised. That tradition is the tradition of using the
most extreme, most effective sometimes desperate means necessary to destroy your enemy.
Think of the people you learn about in history class.. you learn of the greatest military leaders of our race. You learn about the men who led the
armies that murdered and pillaged millions of innocent people. You learn about the men who could create the strongest empire through the dirtiest
means necessary. You learn about immoral men, corrupt men, men who had no regard for human life, men who burned villages to the ground. We idolize
the men who kill. You do not hear about the peace protesters, those who stood up against wars. You learn about warriors.
Ending war, as great as that may be, is a much harder task then killing. While I hope for the best of us in the future, that everyone gets the chance
to live a full happy life, I know I would be lying to my self to think that possible. There will always be injustice, poverty, disease, tyranny and
war. Those five things are the traditions of our species.