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BrokenTomBoy BrokenTomBoy 31-35, F 11 Answers Dec 9, 2012 in Community

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I shall stand and shout "Stop the war" - well you can see how that worked out

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:) You tried ;)

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Because it benefits a lot of people....(money, think 'money' here)

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Im beginning to think they are a necessary population control system. If you add up all the people who were killed in wars in the last century,and bring them back to life,then add on their children ,gran children etc, we would be dangerously overpopulated. Its already overpopulated in some parts of the world.

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It does plenty to stop it. Look at your history. Western Europe has not had a war in nearly seven decades. The last time that was the case, there were no homo sapiens in Europe. No major wars in Asia for forty years. Latin America's last big one was the Mexican Civil War which ended ninety years ago.

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Unfortunately history cannot help Syrian babies from getting murdered in their mothers arms ;(
Personal interests played a part in my question

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I hear you loud and clear.

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The bigger piggies stir up the dirt. We be the bacon.

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war is human nature

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Look up the Kellogg-Briand Treaty on wikipedia. That should answer your question quite nicely.

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Is call hypocrisy

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