Mathematics of War

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Tresor, May 22, 2009.

  1. Tresor


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  2. I was told at an elite infantry base in the US Army that our job was to break things and kill people.

    If the military is allowed to do it's job to it's maximum potential, then it would not be an issue.

    I would ephemisically call this the "Berlin Model".

    Eradicate, not dent, the enemies supply chain. After that, it's just a matter of time.

    Now this will sound really ugly, but if civilians are a part of the ememies supply line, then they are no longer civilians. If people without weapons stay in the war zone, then they are aiding the enemy, or they are aiding us.

    It really is that black and white. There should be no "talking" to the enemy.

    If civilians want to live, get out of the war zone.

    It's ugly, but that is the reality.