WW1

Flemish Fields 1917

37 million civilians and military died during the first World War or as it also was called the Great War. There were 20 million wounded! Those numbers are incredible, unbelievable.
As a direct result of the fighting, an additional 30 millions of people died because of hunger and disease.

In this war, one battle was worse then any of the many battles during the first World War. It’s the battle of indescribable butchery and also called the Flemish fields.
It started with the attack of the allies on the trenches of the Germans in Belgium. The battle started good. After 15 days of heavy artillery, allied tanks moved to the German side, followed by the infantry. That continued, until it began to rain and everything turned into mud. The attack halted. The attacking army was shot in pieces, literally.

The ground was totally covered with the bodies of dead, dying and wounded.

Learn our lessons from World War I? No!

Countries sending people to the United Nations. Some of them are hardly able to read and/or write. Many of them have also no idea about Hitler, about the WW1 and WW2. Many of them don’t speak English.

In many Arab countries, history is being taught to everyone in schools. But politics forced the history ” to be rewritten”. Examples are everywhere, just like in Israel, where many parts of the history are removed from the curriculum and in Gaza, where history is taught one-sided. If you read the Russian history at Russian schools about the WW2, you would be surprised. This trend is everywhere in the world.

Total 10,286,912 death (and counting) worldwide since 9/11!

In WW1, 32 countries were involved and 16 million people died. In WW2, nearly every country in the world participated, which killed 60 million people. Currently, 43 different conflicts in 41 countries are in war with 10,286,912 death until now and is still counting.
Lessons learned? What lessons?

Why is America Playing the World’s Policeman?

Over time, many people wonder and complaining what the USA is doing in Syria. The same for any other hotspot somewhere on earth, which is not America. They complain bitterly why this all is needed and why the Americans need to play the world’s policeman.
This article will show several examples what happened when America didn’t act like the policeman of the world and led to serious problems at the southern border, because that issue is all related what happened in the Middle East.
The article further tells about the relation of bad things happening in the world and how it threatens the existence of the US.

Fight the Evil

If there are lessons to be learned about the second World War, the most important one is the passive behavior of many governments during the rise of fascism and communism. This allowed evil in the form of Nazis to explode straight throughout Europe, Asia and Africa. The costs of this passivity was unprecedented high; sixty million people died, Europe was in ruins and a new and greater evil rose in the form of another evil, Stalin. Now we’ve a new evil, Islamic extremism and they announced to have this all again, only worse. They like to see that you are between those masses of bodies.

Lessons in Suffering 2

Other factors are the lessons of the last two World Wars are in the process to be forgotten! People start to get immune by the constant repetitions, education is becoming bad and the new generations do not associate with the past and most of the old surviving soldiers died of old age. Human suffering is for the new generations something they can see on TV and internet. With the new weapons, they dream about using it and show their superiority over others. New military leaders are now scientific educated individuals, who see war as an exercise. They are extremely able professionals.

Lessons in Suffering 1

War. The extension of diplomacy, where soldiers fight a conflict instead of diplomats. A war can’t end without diplomats. A war can start many times without diplomats though, especially when started by ruthless people, like Hitler. What is war? Look it up in an encyclopedia if you want to know. What is more interesting is what war does to human life. This article tries to describe the effects of war on human life and it’s heavy reading. You are being warned.

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