WAR WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?

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War and murder is a psychotic action individually and as a nation. Soldiers who don’t break, or delay the brokenness, adapt to the psychosis and it permeates them as if they were serial killers. Many remain in the military, but when released they bring aggression, lack of feeling or sympathy, murder becomes a reasonable choice.depressed veteran Unless they have an epiphany, receive long through counseling, they are a tiger on the street. Only self destructive choices appear to them.

4. War, no matter it has has a sustained existence throughout known history, it is unnatural. Our normal minds know so. Only through indoctrination, environmental and social conditioning often subtle, lies, propaganda, jingoism, and a nations molding of it’s future warriors, does it become acceptable, or desirable. Yet after all this, our inability for most to survive unscathed, disillusioned, or mentally disturbed. The outcome demonstrates we can only paint a very thin coat over the human heart and mind with this delusion. Its unnatural and that fact always rises to the surface. Ongoing War, and the US has been at war 90% of it’s history, requires fresh young men, often lower class, or middle class who have few choices. We import these who are hoping for a lift up, to an awaiting tragedy, like a honey trap.

5. What does war do to a nation? It makes it angry, violent, and aggressive. Domestic violence increases, violent crimes increase, and unusual aggressive feelings make

bad decision makers, social animals, and positive contributers to society. It produces a large number of victims, who also alter social behavior negatively. While this may be less subtle to the warriors breakdown, it’s at least as powerful.

WAR, WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR? NOTHING. BUT IT’S COMING.

by James Kirk-Wiggins (c) May 2017

 


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