Do you ever ask yourself why humans have so many wars? It seems all of the prerecorded history is filled with stories about war, but why? It seems to be added eight characteristic of mankind with societies get too large. Perhaps it has been a way to control runaway human populations in times of abundance? Or maybe it has something to do with our evolutionary process and if we did not have wars, human beings may never have reached the top of the food chain and basically controlling the surface of the Earth.
War is a fact of life and a sense, which gives the human endeavor purpose. I did not invent that, but I sure as heck will move to protect my nation from any threat foreign or domestic. Humans are the problem not the USA as many in the world mass media hysteria would like to purport.
Before modern wars and high-tech military equipment with aircraft carriers, satellites, submarines, radar, electronic equipment, aircraft, missiles, guns, there were knives, swords, catapults, ramming tools, warships, Greek fire and lances. The reason I mention this is because many would have you believe that the massive amounts of weapons sales in the world or the cause of war. Many believe that building up a military machine for a nation will inevitably lead to war. For instance Einstein’s quote; “you cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for war.” So, as far as weapon sales alone, those who make that comment can forget such ridiculous notions. You see; guns don’t kill people, people kill people. Consider this in 2006.
- Nazi mass killer Adolf Eichmann claimed he was ‘mere instrument’ in newly released letter begging for clemency
- Human rights group accuses Israel of war crimes in Gaza, emphasizes attacks on U.N. schools
- Woman Used As Human Shield in ‘70s: ‘Palestinians Have Perfected Propaganda War’
- Human and financial costs of decade-long Iraq War analyzed in new study from Brown University
- 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' trailer: War breaks out between apes and humans
- Libya war death toll: 30K dead, pro-Moammar Khadafy strongholds fire rockets at rebels
- Republicans' war on abortion rights continues: But we can't give up the fight for women's rights
- Ivory Coast’s Gbagbo taken into custody at International Criminal Court, charged with crimes against humanity
- Syria rejects nations' call to join world's first war crimes tribunal
- Review: 'Rogue One' a gritty 'Star Wars' revelation