08 February 2010

"War is by definition the indiscriminate killing of huge numbers of people for ends that are uncertain. Think about means and ends, and apply it to war. The means are horrible, certainly. The ends, uncertain. That alone should make you hesitate….We are smart in so many ways. Surely we should be able to understand that between war and passivity, there are a thousand possibilities."
-Howard Zinn


Anonymous said...

Read somewhere that "War in Afghanistan is like Baseball in America. It's the Afghanis' national past-time."

sqrl said...
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sqrl said...

That's a pretty crass.