The Wax Conspiracy

Vicious Mindless Violence That Offers Nothing New

The trouble with war (aside from the death, destruction and its inherent senselessness) is that there are always innocent parties who suffer needlessly.

I realise that war, unlike long division when there is no remainder, can often be a messy affair. I also realise that during the course of a war mistakes are going to be made. I refer specifically the accidental shooting down of a Royal Air Force plane by a US Patriot missile.

While I can perhaps concede that errors like this are an unfortunate (though probably common) fact of waging war, I find it hard to understand how the US, with their plethora of high tech weapons and gadgetry, may have launched missiles into a completely neutral country.

And now Turkey.

Belvedere Jehosophat

Written on Monday, 24 March 2003

The Wax Conspiracy


Recently by Belvedere Jehosophat