It’s all about consequences

Acting and not acting. How, why, and when? Jonathon Delacour’s post, Consequences will get you thinking about Iraq, by sharing the viewpoint of a survivor of war-torn Japan.

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  1. I like that commentary. It makes points that both pro-war and anti-war folks can share alike. I like how he bases his argument on the axiom ?ribbon of folly and greed, arrogance and stupidity? I want to point out “greed” as an operative. As I have said and still stand by, countires do not go to war without a monetary reason to do so. It has to be in the equation somewhere. A war is an investment, and any good comapny needs a return on investment. Guise it under whatever pretense you will, but any way you slice it, it is wrong.

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