Can anyone tell me of a war that was actually fought on true 'humanitaian' grounds?
From the American Revolution to the Civil War (another oxymoron) to WW1 and WW2 to Iraq, what is humanitarian about war? Someone once said "War is robbery writ large." I believe this. War is between govs that want something. When, after all, has the people of a country declared war? Just run amuck without their gove approval? Most don't care about the world in general as long as they collect their paychecks and get to live thier lives as they see fit. The people dont want war, we have to go fight them! We get our asses shot off or blown to peices, not the gov that started the shit in the first place!
I submit: 1-The probs of the world are caused by the govs of the world.
2-They mislead their citizens to justify themselves.
So, am I wrong in whole, part, or right in part or whole?