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i was reading this book on politics.. and i was just wondering, why do you think war is so common in human history? for example: roman wars, worldwars, cold war, etc. do you think we can prevent or at least make it less common in this century?? especially with WMD, i'm curious as to what kind of huge war would be next... anyways, your opinions are all welcomed and highly appreicated~ thank!
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#2
There will always be war. It's because people cannot agree on anything.

To answer your question, most wars were started because of land, religion, or political ideals.
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#4
Welcome to the nature of a human.

We are violent oppressive dicks that love to have more, and we rarely care who we have to kill to get more "stuff".

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Welcome to the nature of a human.

We are violent oppressive dicks that love to have more, and we rarely care who we have to kill to get more "stuff".


This +1

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#8
The concept of war always seems so ridiculous. At least, the concept of armies only fighting each other, and ignoring civilians, even if they're enemy people