War's completely unfair. The people who start it Send some people to kill While they stay in safety. Some people are killed. Some lose family members. Many just stay home. And watch it on the news. Some even make money on it.
Does any country have an honored grave for “the unknown civilian” murdered in war? Civilian lives matter!
War’s about a nation’s leader resorting to ordering violence and the nation’s soldiers going along with that one man’s decision.
War’s about bombs, bullets, blood, blasted bodies, and broken hearts.
War’s about people competing to put each other to death in the most violent and cruel ways imaginable.
War’s about intentionally inflicted pain, death, suffering, terror, horror, brutality, cruelty, evil, and destruction.
On dead end
Perhaps solders should be
Free to decide
Which side is right
And to switch
From side to side.
By calling a nation an enemy, a leader makes soldiers feel justified in following his inhumanity.
Bombing cities isn’t combat. It’s mass murder!
The most important orders are often the most ignored and disobeyed–the orders of the human conscience.
Enemy lives matter. Calling a nation an enemy doesn’t devalue the lives of its citizens.
No one sees the soldiers fighting against them as heroes.