I used to think of war in the hollywood sense without any sense. I used to see these heroic actions, which no doubt in many cases involved the bravery and willpower of the human spirit, and these actions are admirable from the nature of man, but being that, the nature of man, we aknowledge that we all stem from the same thing, and that thing, exists still beyond our scientific unified comprehension. Man is a warring creature who takes from the violent nature of the very substances which he is created from. The twisted earth bulging hot inside from the still fresh universe, lit up by the burning light of the sun. Earthquakes and Hydrogen Dioxide, wind, volcanoes, we live in a violent, turbulent time in the universe.
__I used to not think about things. I've been watching footage from WWII. The atom bomb and damages done by the US. The hand of god dropped down and burnt you up inside and out if you were even close enough to see it. I think that never in history have so many people been killed at one time. Should we have bombed North Korea in the Korean War, or now? Should we bomb Iran? Is this the problem that constantly faces the American person? What significance do the moral implications reflect on us as a religious, capitalist, warring system? Capitalism ensures a fair society, but a hollow society as well. I don't blame capitalism, I blame greed and the way that power and money make you hollow, what good is there in life when you are on a pedestal and don't have to struggle through the twisted world in which we are forced to exist on? What choice have I to be spurt forth on a warring planet and laying my hands in what guilt and Hollywood manufactured in my youth and what those warring people bought me to do.
I think few of us really have to struggle with the moral implications of mass destruction, but we buy people to do that. Grown old men, lawyers and families of former politicians, we buy them to make our decisions. I was bought young to battle in strange lands and would never again offer my soul. Not with the mysteries of the universe still at large, not with that distrust and distaste still bitter and hot in my throat.
Do we live in fear of the next atom bomb? I'm sure there are still wounds buried deep in foreign soil. Here we are sweeping up history's ever growing mess. Albert Einstein helped find the power of god, now we live in fear. What weapons will the discoverer of the unified theory create? Will we crash the moon down on the earth in a final assault, is total destruction the only solution? The mind makes the world the world makes the mind.