- Sun Nov 11, 2018 10:59 pm
Im seeing lots of comment in the liberal twatosphere about how the real message of today should be about how war only benefits the rich - international bankers (yes, we know who they really mean), arms merchants etc.
But while theres an argument that WW1 was fought by the poor on behalf of the rich, does that really apply to other conflicts?
The cynic in me suggests that its a fig leaf to cover Jezzas 'all war is bad, no exceptions' STW idiocy. By making war something fundamentally wrong, that is always fought for nefarious reasons, rather than just because someone needs to be stopped, you give succour to what is, IMO, a fairly dangerous position...