Well most people posting to this topic in my opinion have it quite wrong. I am not religious but I know religion in certainly not the problem nor the
cause, the problem is also not people in general nor any war like characteristics. People can be stupid for sure but also overall forgiving and
What causes war is simply the manipulations of the illuminati political and financial elite which uses war to divide people, maintain fear and
control, and to destroy sovereignty which societies normally gravitate toward. In this game of war religion is sometimes used as a false cause but it
is religion which is the illuminatie's biggest scapegoat. By setting up and blaming religion for the worlds problems they take the eyes of society
off of them--The real problem--And by blaming religion they create a false enemy for people to hate and which they themselves can then replace and
"save" the world from. This is an old game at hand. For example when the roman empire couldn't control and conquer Christianity they took it over
creating the roman catholic church.
Here's a great video illustrating this from Chris White's perspective:
Religious Wars, Fact or Fiction?
Here's some great info from a comment on YouTube:
moonlightbateman (September 09, 2009)
A recent comprehensive compilation of the history of human warfare, Encyclopedia of Wars by Charles Phillips and Alan Axelrod documents 1763 wars, of
which 123 have been classified to involve a religious conflict. So, what atheists have considered to be "most" really amounts to less than 7% of all
wars. It is interesting to note that 66 of these wars (more than 50%) involved Islam, and of the 17 wars the US has fought in, only 1 (the war on
terror) had a religious component.
If you want to spend the time to understand this topic in much more detail check out this video. This should be totally new and eye opening for most
people trained on public education history books. You'll see how war is manuafactured like theatre and sovereign nations detroyed and controlled:
1932, A True History of the United States
There's a book by a researcher about how people are basically good and resolve conflicts naturally... backed up by tons of data and science. I can't
remember the name though... if it comes to me I'll post it here.
Note: anyone know why the ATS forum is inserting a "\" after the YouTube video numbers when you try to embed a YouTube video? It's causing the
embedded videos not to work, so I've just included plain links above.
[edit on 25-12-2009 by nostrovia]