War Sucks, What is it Good For?

By Learn Liberty

War Sucks, What is it Good For? Creating peace, spreading democracy, boosting the economy?

Here’s the answer: nothing.

Our natural inclination is to think about war in the abstract. And while there may be good reasons to go to war, those reasons are few and far between. The moral case for war requires much more than a vague worry.

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8 Comments on "War Sucks, What is it Good For?"

  1. War is only “good” for the globalists. They’re getting close to launching their final phase, in which total chaos will lead them to total control. Monetarily and militarily. What else is there?

  2. OratorImplored | December 11, 2015 at 5:17 am | Reply

    In a nation where goods are the basis which the economy revolves around, and few actually want to put their lives at risk in creation of those goods, it serves as a catalyst for the subjugation of other nations, which will then produce those goods at the risk of those nation’s citizens.

    So we have only two realistic solutions, want less goods, or get comfortable with war.

    • That is the most conditioned and ridiculous statement I have ever heard, and I’ve heard a lot.

      • OratorImplored | December 11, 2015 at 9:24 am | Reply

        Yes, because your counter proposal as to why war has become so prevalent, and with the american empire as the perpetrators, is so very enlightening.

  3. Psychic Warrior | December 11, 2015 at 8:05 am | Reply

    War justifies the need for the 2nd amendment which doesn’t work in the first place but it does get people to buy guns and ammo which makes the elitists wealthy. War also allows people to join the military giving the veterans a chance to kill their state appointed enemies and later their neighbors and possibly themselves and their family members. Also creates suicidal dysfunctional veterans and creates jobs in the area of applied health like in the fields of non-sciences like; psychology, psychiatry and the pharmaceutical sector. War also helps the banksters to remain in charge of their debt system of wealth and control of the masses.

    • If the second amendment didn’t work you wouldn’t be typing on this thread. You would still be a subject of the king, right under his thumb. As for the balance of your comment I agree but you don’t put enough emphasis on the money powers guilt in facilitating war for financial gain.
      When the rothschilds backed both parties in the early wars it opened a whole new game where they couldn’t lose. But we do, over and over again we are easily conned into fighting a distant enemy we never saw or heard of until TPTB told us they were the cause of all our problems.
      This same trick has been played many times over so I would say it is our fault for falling for it.
      You know… the old saying of fool me once.
      It’s common knowledge that the defense contractors, the pentagon, and DC have a revolving door where they play musical chairs and make millions/billions off of our apathy and ignorance.
      The list goes on and on.
      We willingly turn a blind eye to this so who are the culprits?

      War would not be possible if the people just said NO.
      Those who wage the wars are surly not going to fight it.

      War is when your government tells you who the enemy is.
      Revolution is when you figure it out for yourself

      • OratorImplored | December 11, 2015 at 9:34 am | Reply

        The people will never say no, because then they will no longer have access to the slave labor they have grown accustomed to. This was a nation built by slave owning men, that when the american people became weary of, merely exported it, under the guise of free trade.

        Money talks, and the american dollar is the voice in which it speaks. America spends countless dollars on items built under slave labor, because they don’t want to do it. Now that it is closed to being realized by the american public, and no longer necessary for the american public to be the main benefactors. they have become expendable. Say no all you want, it will do nothing, actions have always spoken louder than words anyway.

  4. w3 would be a good time to rid the planet of all the scum – especially the gold collar scum that perpetuate them.

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