The Warmongers

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(Authors note:  I fully support the men and women in the service of my country the United States of America, I feel sad about the men and women of other countries who feel the obligation to follow the commands of their leaders.  The pain in the death of loved ones has no borders, no boundaries.  I cannot tolerate those who create war, it should be a declaration that they place their children in the middle of these war torn places.  Maybe, just maybe they would “think” before they “act”.)

The Warmongers

What will you do when the earth is no more; will those of you in power regret that you started another senseless war.  Political warmongers around the world your ugly heads and threats rise, rise, rise, are you blood thirsty, are you only contented when you see others die?  In the safety of your guarded homes, away from the death and destruction, you have no pity…your lives unchanged throughout infinity.  You will bury no sons or daughters, your children are safe from your greed, it is the souls of the innocent that fills your murderous needs.  You do not walk through the scattered bodies, the maimed; all of the citizens of Earth must follow your orders to build your media fame.  War, despair and death come from the laws for which you believe your people should abide, you have slain our children, you play war as we mourn and cry.  You are filled with sin, you have no grace, how can those of you that create wars ever look God in the face.

 

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14 thoughts on “The Warmongers

  1. War is never an option and something if I’m totally honest with you I will never understand! What man does to man is beyond me. Life is so very short and so very precious so why we would waste it on war is mind bending to say the very least. Thank you for your words I found them to be really well written and food for thought. God bless you lots 🙂

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      • Ann,

        Easier said than done.
        I would say a step in that direction is not contributing to the existing pile of ills in this world, or trying not to create any new ones at the very least.

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        • Thanks for the Naperville question, for some reason I had Mississippi in mind. Thank you for your comments and your not so far away, I live in Cottage Grove, Wisconsin, near Madison. Great blog, keep up the good work. Ann

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          • Ann,

            Thank You!
            I was last in Madison about 20 years back. I camped out with my brother in a tent-park-a fishing weekend.

            My wife Jen and I on occasion will stay around Cedarburg for our Anniversary, and my Family likes to travel up to New Glarus.

            Thank You So Very Much, Best to You!!

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  2. I agree 100%. Wars are fought because someone wants something someone else has and innocent men and women DIE for that. War must stop…but it won’t because the 1% and the power mongers will NEVER HAVE ENOUGH! NEVER and they do not care how many bodies they have to walk over to get what they want. Great post.

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    • Thank you so much for your comment. Yes, you are right and unfortunately those of us who do “care”, do not have the power or position to do more that “write” about it. Thank you again, Ann

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