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The Evil Genius
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16/10/2018 10:05 pm  

The United States has been at war with someone/anyone for 222 of its 239 years of existence. And we are still engaged in our longest war; year 17 in Afghanistan. Don't ask me what we are doing there or what "victory" looks like. I have no idea but I'm certain it is Pyrrhic whatever it is. The reason this question is important isn't so much because we have spent 93% of our existence as a nation fighting someone; Other nations have longer histories and involvement in many more wars than we have ever dreamed of---UH hem Europeans 100 year war ringing any bells? How about the 30 years war, the Napoleonic wars, etc.  No its an important question because war without end is not sustainable. Sooner or later we will run out of money and bodies---happened to Rome and it will happen to us.

There are a lot of theories about the causes of war but I'm going to just look at three possibilities and then open the discussion. The first theory is that the nature of man is flawed and war is the result of his inability to control passions. An optimist might conclude that the nature of man can be changed through education, understanding, social conditioning and restructuring societal values. Of course who is going to dictate the conditioning or the values? This can work. Germany and Japan had martial cultural traditions dating back centuries; and today those aggressive impulses have been "apparently" squelched. Or perhaps neutered is a more accurate description. But are these also not counties which are doomed based upon demographics? They will one day disappear as peoples and as countries. Doesn't that defeat the purpose? These counties survived horrific destruction from war but they may well not survive the peace. Ironic in a way.

Of course a pessimist might argue that man's penchant for war and violence is based upon evolution. Evolution rewards successful behavior and eliminates unsuccessful behavior. Thus if we as a species are violent, warlike and aggressive those traits must have been useful and rewarded over the last 250,000 years. Indeed human survival was dependent upon the acquisition of power--over animals, nature, and foes, and by definition the application of power in these circumstances involves violence. Well if this theory was universally true how would one explain the existence of charity, altruism, or forgiveness? These traits obviously exist and they certainly do not contribute to survival---or do they? Treating others as you would like to be treated is a fine philosophy for life but as a practical matter only if everyone is on board with it. Otherwise evolution is going to reward this behavior with oblivion.

Since war is a collective act of violence perhaps the problem is the structure of the nation/state? After all individual acts of violence are not wars--we treat that as crime. But aberrant anti-social behavior is transmogrified into virtue if the violence is collective. How does that work? I shoot my neighbor because he pisses me off--its murder. I shoot lots of people in another country because my nation state is pissed off at them for some reason and now its not only OK I might get promoted, lauded, and showed with medals and honors. WTF?

Well if the problem is the political entity of the state are we not back to ground zero? Before there were nation states their were feudal principalities and they waged war--and before them tribes who also waged war. So it would seem the desire for aggression not only transcends the human political entity in vogue but whatever the political entity--it is composed of people and that alone given the first argument, above means the state will be as fundamentally flawed as those that make it up. Does this mean all states are as equally flawed as others? They are all condemned to be ruled by the illogical passions of their citizens? IS reform even possible, or desirable for those who benefit from the state being at war.

Is this why we have international anarchy? Well what about a higher authority imposing some kind of rule structure over all countries? (Please don't say something like: you mean the UN?) No I don't mean the UN. Sure countries could act collectively to impose some form of international order but how would this work? Are they going to surrender a portion of their national sovereignty for some collectivist ideal? Not likely. And what about OTHER collectives set up to compete---like the situation during the Cold War, communist countries vs sort of democratic countries. Of course one or more powerful countries could ally themselves and enforce a hegemony over the globe---but wouldn't this require some level of harmony between the national interests of the counties in the cartel? And how long could that last?

I'm opening the topic for rational logical discussion.


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17/10/2018 1:25 am  

"as a species we are not violent" well that is a conclusion but history contradicts that conclusion, so my question would be is this a statement of fact? If so what is the evidence in support of it; or rather is this a belief? 

 

Rationality and logic do not require arbitration they withstand the assault of argument. 


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17/10/2018 7:12 am  

As a Species we have already rubbed the bottle and out came the Jinn.
We are trapped, now, in having to define the outcome of our own evolution and development by being chained to the path and course our ancestors have taken, before. There is no going back into animalistic irresponsibility.
There is no going back, either our greed and fear destroys the whole endeavor or we will have to find a way to develop in accordance to our own nature in being able to leave the spirits of our messed up past behind.

This is possible and imperative.

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17/10/2018 7:47 am  

War is when one party only knows how to take until the other party only has lead to offer, and we're getting down to the lead! 


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17/10/2018 10:15 am  

Bankers need war more than anyone else. They finance both sides. Their product is fake money created with imagination.

fractional reserve banking produces debt slavery. A product I find no value in. The love of printing fake money and buying

the future time of life and the product thereof of a piece of human flesh is the root of all evil.  

All paper products other than toilet paper and good books are a waist of human life.

I once asked a banker to show me the products he produced so I could decide for myself if they were valuable to me.

He produces nothing I need or value. He said banking is mostly a services industry.

You want to stop war?  Tell all your soldiers that they are killing for men who produce nothing but constant conflict.

Banks finance deaths not lives.

Lets just call the United States an experiment in CIVIL self government  (Anarchy with safeguards to regulate ONLY the UN-civilised )

with a special importance or emphasis on the word CIVIL A dispute of any kind over any matter is a civil war.

War can only be considered CIVIL if it is fought with words only.  You and I argue with words until we settle the dispute or need an arbitrator

or judge to assist us in reaching a settlement.

If I screw up and you thoroughly chew my ass up and down cussing and ranting calling me every name in the book. I take note of my mistake make proper corrections and consider what you did nothing more than GENTLE CORRECTION.

CIVIL wars are fought with civility or diplomacy not physical violence because the moment either party gets physical they cease being civilized and the safeguards have to be called in to regulate the situation. Lets presume men are civilized and diplomatic beings and the moment they become un-civil they cease being men, but revert back to basic tribal like adult male human beings. Human rights are the right to be regulated by civilized  men.  I hold it self evident that only MEN not humans have rights that are unalienable. We could have a thousand years of peace while constantly being in a civil war.  

This experiment in self government has its problems, but the system is not broken. It has been infiltrated by selfish greedy humans who agitate and create unrest among the separate tribes. They  divide people along every line but the one that really matters..That being PUBLIC & PRIVATE...

   

The change that happens when a male/female Human being gains intellect.
Intellect=understanding your truthful purpose on this earth.
Intelligence= all the knowledge you gain while searching for your truthful purpose.
Wisdom= Life experience + Intelligence + intellect
Male/female human beings are birthed.
Men/women are created spiritually
This spiritual awakening that happens when a person,
finds, accepts and marries their truthful purpose is
when a male/female human evolves into a man/woman.
Sadly some humans never evolve.
usage:
Wow! Her changed from a questionable human being into a decisively strong woman is a testament to positive human evolution.
 
 
1.A myth or imaginary place unknown outside of the lord's kingdom of heaven on earth.
2.Something that no earthly nation can claim to have built, until peace is established world wide.
3.A human condition within a lawful jurisdiction and outside of lawlessness.
4.A place where people follow their hearts when dealing with others.
5.A place were bankers only product is obsolete and has no value. (debt slavery) (involuntary servitude)
6.A place where a REAL human life becomes more valuable than any amount of FAKE fiat currency.
Civilized Men and Women do exist but only within a lawless society.
A lawless society is not a civil society and therefor not a true civilization.
A true civilization has yet to be built or established on this earth..
Used in a sentence:
I know my father in heaven has created his own lawful true civilization because there is not enough currency on this earth to bribe him into hurting anyone.
 
Evil Genius,  I have found my true and lasting peace and will embrace it
and claim it until something happens that forces me into unavoidable conflict.
Until then I will help as many humans to evolve as possible. 
I will help men avoid reverting back to selfish human ways.
 
This is my opinion as to why there is war.  Who profits from it? 
the question should be who causes war?
 
Love and respect to all
 
 
 
 

 

I was bound to be misunderstood, and I laugh at the idiots who misunderstand me! Kind mockery toward the well-intentioned and unfettered cruelty toward all would-be prison guards of my creative possibilities. In this way I learn to revel as much in misunderstanding as in understanding and take pleasure in worthy opponents. Making language fluid, flowing like a river, yet precise and pointed as a dirk, contradicts the socialistic purpose of language and makes for a wonderful verbal dance—a linguistic martial art with constant parries that hone the weapon that is the two edged sword of my mouth.


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17/10/2018 4:33 pm  
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There are a lot of theories about the causes of war but I'm going to just look at three possibilities and then open the discussion. The first theory is that the nature of man is flawed and war is the result of his inability to control passions. An optimist might conclude that the nature of man can be changed through education, understanding, social conditioning and restructuring societal values. Of course who is going to dictate the conditioning or the values? This can work. Germany and Japan had martial cultural traditions dating back centuries; and today those aggressive impulses have been "apparently" squelched. Or perhaps neutered is a more accurate description. But are these also not counties which are doomed based upon demographics? They will one day disappear as peoples and as countries. Doesn't that defeat the purpose? These counties survived horrific destruction from war but they may well not survive the peace. Ironic in a way.

Of course a pessimist might argue that man's penchant for war and violence is based upon evolution. Evolution rewards successful behavior and eliminates unsuccessful behavior. Thus if we as a species are violent, warlike and aggressive those traits must have been useful and rewarded over the last 250,000 years. Indeed human survival was dependent upon the acquisition of power--over animals, nature, and foes, and by definition the application of power in these circumstances involves violence. Well if this theory was universally true how would one explain the existence of charity, altruism, or forgiveness? These traits obviously exist and they certainly do not contribute to survival---or do they? Treating others as you would like to be treated is a fine philosophy for life but as a practical matter only if everyone is on board with it. Otherwise evolution is going to reward this behavior with oblivion.

I'm opening the topic for rational logical discussion.

Current research is showing that cruelty, violence and warlike behaviors are extremely rare in other animals. This does not state that it does not happen, just that as a species trait, it is not common and should be treated as an aberration and not a norm.

Having said the above, Humans, chimpanzees and genetic relatives are warriors with a genetic predisposition towards intergroup killing.  These killings can be attributed to being competitive, cooperative or resource driven. 

An argument can be made that humans do not go to war because of genetics but because they choose to.  If you have a genetic predisposition towards action rather than patience, then war often it easier to support than non war policies and decisions. 

Great post and opportunity.

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17/10/2018 7:16 pm  
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The United States has been at war with someone/anyone for 222 of its 239 years of existence. And we are still engaged in our longest war; year 17 in Afghanistan. Don't ask me what we are doing there or what "victory" looks like. I have no idea but I'm certain it is Pyrrhic whatever it is. The reason this question is important isn't so much because we have spent 93% of our existence as a nation fighting someone; Other nations have longer histories and involvement in many more wars than we have ever dreamed of---UH hem Europeans 100 year war ringing any bells? How about the 30 years war, the Napoleonic wars, etc.  No its an important question because war without end is not sustainable. Sooner or later we will run out of money and bodies---happened to Rome and it will happen to us.

 

Very interesting opening paragraph.  After thinking about your statement regarding fighting and conflict, I did a little research and have the following to offer.

Several recent books consider a societal change that occurred about 4,000 BC that developed into violence, slavery and other atrocities.  While some suggest that an exodus from the Sahara region for environmental reasons, the mobility of animals giving greater access to other "non-tribal" communities/population areas, or basic human ego's might be to blame for the onset of aggression that culminated into the formality that today is called "warfare." 

 

Regardless of the onset, you are correct that every nation state since the creation of writing, in their respective geographical area, developed increased levels of military sophistication and the utilization of such.

 

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

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17/10/2018 9:49 pm  

I knew there would be the argument that money/bankers drive war. Perhaps post industrial revolution that may be a factor but what about for example the wars waged by native indigenous peoples? The Aztecs, Inca, North American Indians waged war incessantly---so where are the banks/money in those equations? Even today tribes in the amazon basin wage tribal war---no banks and they have no money---soooooo. 

How about this--man is described as a tool making-animal so what was the FIRST tool? I'm betting on---club. 

5 million years ago a man-ape called Australopithecus Africanus roamed about the African Savannah and a skull of one of these creatures yielded fossil remains of the first "inflicted" wound from a weapon. Professor Raymond Dart was examining a skull of this creature and noticed a peculiar double depression shaped like a squat 8 in the back of the head. He discovered that the lower end of a humerus bone of an antelope of the same time period had twin knuckles that fit exactly into the depression.  5 million years ago a distant ancestor of humans discovered the utility of a club for bashing in the skull of someone else.  So we've been at it for 5 million years. 


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18/10/2018 5:42 am  

Aside from deception as a psychological tool, I share that assumption of the club being the first (physical) tool of mankind.

I once heard and read about Professor Dart‘s findings of the skull‘s depression in form of the antelope bone’s lower end. 

(A tampon, back then, would have been very useful, as well, to hide the women and children from predators, which you most likely wouldn’t have been able to stop with an antelope bone.)

 In the Bible Cain is portrayed as the first murderer, the first farmer, the first blacksmith and the founder of the first city. In other words: we didn’t stop at antelope bones.

 

Note, that Cain is depicted as acting out of envy (a form of greed -or vice versa) in killing his brother, Able.

Then, he is depicted as acting out of fear of God‘s Anger.

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18/10/2018 7:38 am  

Evil Genius wrote:  I knew there would be the argument that money/bankers drive war.

Perhaps post industrial revolution that may be a factor but what about for example the wars waged by native indigenous peoples?

 

In ancient times the products created from the time of life you spent working would be your compensation.

Matters not what someone was envious of or wanted from those they were attacking. 

In ancient times anything of value was considered compensation or CURRENCY.

females, food, livestock,  shiny metal, Real estate or human slaves.  all those are the spoils of war and go to the victor.

In the Modern world most everyone is scared of the authorities at the highest level.

They sign the papers that free up the economic wheels for those who have something to lose if things freeze up.

I will not argue about the truth.  Economics drive war. The seven deadly vices feeds ones, addiction to, and love for currency

pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath and sloth,

The love of printing a nations money drove bankers to use the threat of war to coerce and scare politicians world wide.

I give you what drives war and who benefits most from it.  Not making an argument. 

If you disagree your making an argument and I respect your right to have your own beliefs. 

You won't change my mind because I know that those with money and power will KILL to keep it..

Nothing is complicated about it to me.  Even the solution is simple to me.

Getting people to accept the solution, is the only complicated thing about this world.

Love and respect to all

 

 

I was bound to be misunderstood, and I laugh at the idiots who misunderstand me! Kind mockery toward the well-intentioned and unfettered cruelty toward all would-be prison guards of my creative possibilities. In this way I learn to revel as much in misunderstanding as in understanding and take pleasure in worthy opponents. Making language fluid, flowing like a river, yet precise and pointed as a dirk, contradicts the socialistic purpose of language and makes for a wonderful verbal dance—a linguistic martial art with constant parries that hone the weapon that is the two edged sword of my mouth.


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18/10/2018 8:18 am  
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Aside from deception as a psychological tool, I share that assumption of the club being the first (physical) tool of mankind.

I once heard and read about Professor Dart‘s findings of the skull‘s depression in form of the antelope bone’s lower end. 

(A tampon, back then, would have been very useful, as well, to hide the women and children from predators, which you most likely wouldn’t have been able to stop with an antelope bone.)

 In the Bible Cain is portrayed as the first murderer, the first farmer, the first blacksmith and the founder of the first city. In other words: we didn’t stop at antelope bones.

 

Note, that Cain is depicted as acting out of envy (a form of greed -or vice versa) in killing his brother, Able.

Then, he is depicted as acting out of fear of God‘s Anger.

I can attest to what you're saying, Harpo! 

I dwell within and upon the aftermath of all those vices you speak about, the end thereof is utter destruction and annihilation of peace, security, and stability. 

The constitution and bill of rights does not apply to myself or this land, we've been made foreigners and enemies of the people by lawful decree, and that has never changed. As the song says, there's no political solution. 

 


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18/10/2018 4:57 pm  

It'sallbs wrote:  Harpo talks more sense than anyone on this forum.

Thank you uncle BS, but my words are Winston McKinney's teachings so give all

the praise honor and glory to my dead father and Chosen God. I am his spiritual slave. 

You are welcome in my god's kingdom just by respecting my right to believe his spirit lives in my heart..

Your beliefs are respected even if we disagree. 

Love and respect

 

I type the political solution at the end of my every post. 

The worlds population just has to accept my truth.

We must all  learn to use diplomacy and civil war if any war.

At least court room battles are civil in that they are merely a war of words..

The solution is we all move into the heavenly jurisdiction and learn to have

for everyone some LOVE, and RESPECT.

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=heavenly%20jurisdiction

Please vote up any of my published words and terms you like or enjoyed reading I have 46 to date.

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18/10/2018 5:41 pm  

Uncle BS wrote:  We have all seen full metal jacket -in the UK it's what they used to call beasting.

Think of every  government world wide as the beast. 

Now accept that my father's little kingdom created exclusively for me is his lawful government.

Does it sound like a more preferable place to live when compared to the lawless society we are in now?

The Bible says people will take the number willingly. 

Most believed the the number of the beast was a government number. 

They never imagined it would be a small manageable lawful place where Love and respect was the only mandatory  requirement..

Why?  because those who failed to teach the truth were only preaching their beliefs. 

They preached fear and doom and gloom.

Jesus is not a preacher of belief, but a teacher of his truth. 

My fathers SSN  is  X6X- 66- XXXX.   I will use it my remaining years and when I am dead and gone someone will use our computing system

to dig up the history of Winston McKinney and Government records will show he was birthed in 1942  then died in 1999 then came back to build a

stone-masonry mansion in 2016 and continued living and working until my death.  I will have immortalized my fathers identity.  while proving through

self evident records his life after death in his own heavenly kingdom. I have a god even if no one else believes it. Hundreds of years from now they will

wonder how its possible that he did unbelievable things. Some will choose not to believe and their only reason will be it sounds impossible.. 

If I live until  2042  he will reach 100 years old.  I believe he will live well beyond 100. 

Deuteronomy 5:16

Honour thy father and thy mother, as the LORD thy God hath commanded thee; that thy days may be prolonged, and that it may go well with thee, in the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee.

It is a book of miracles

 

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18/10/2018 7:55 pm  

Don't misunderstand me Matcha Savage; although I have been arguing from the evolutionist/behaviorist point of view I don't buy it. But I figured for the sake of debate I would open the issue that way. I'm much more in line with Harpo. War and violence exists in the world because of sin/evil. And until the second coming occurs these will be with us always. There is a reason one of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse is War. It should be recalled that all evil is rooted in the desire for things undeserved. 


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The Evil Genius  wrote: Don't misunderstand me Matcha Savage; although I have been arguing from the evolutionist/behaviorist point of view I don't buy it. But I figured for the sake of debate I would open the issue that way. I'm much more in line with Harpo. War and violence exists in the world because of sin/evil. And until the second coming occurs these will be with us always. There is a reason one of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse is War. It should be recalled that all evil is rooted in the desire for things undeserved. 

I believe in evolution because I do not buy into the presumption that religion and science are at odds or mutually exclusive.

Accepting the self evident truth that has been tested through the ages is evolution.

When a man has everything taken but his faith, the product of his faith will shine through.

That product being the spirit of his father in heaven. I have evolved both physically and behaviorally

I do love everyone world wide. Even those who would line up as my enemy. I pray for them all good and bad alike.

I would prefer and argument over a fight!  It is much more civilized!

L&R

 

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19/10/2018 1:24 am  

 

the problem is they make the Germans out to be the bad guys..

men, we are on our own. the best you can hope for is good company along the way. the good company is here.


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19/10/2018 1:30 am  

war is waged to waste resources.

it maintains the divide between rich and poor or their would be social upheaval.

scarcity for the common man and abundance for the wealthy.

 

men, we are on our own. the best you can hope for is good company along the way. the good company is here.


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19/10/2018 5:05 am  

Hitman  wrote:  the problem is they make the Germans out to be the bad guys..

My father said to me:  "Son, there are no bad MEN period.  There are only MEN and selfish human beings."

He added:  "If you believe you know a bad man you bring him to me and I will expose him for the selfish human being he is."

The problem is they make men the bad guys.  the Germans are one of the twelve tribes, and and all tribes create men.

Good and bad exist in every group or tribe.  Its the duty of every group to police their own.

One bad apple as they say, can rot the entire barrel.  Several bad apples can ruin the whole orchard as we witnessed at MGTOW.com.

L&R I pray in the name of FSAHS.

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19/10/2018 6:46 am  
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Bankers need war more than anyone else. They finance both sides.

They do indeed.

Look into WW2 more closely and the truth about roots of The European Union.

Ive, said it before , I'll say it again, Harpo talks more sense than anyone on this forum.

And I know many don't agree with me but I still say most people do not have a natural penchant to violence (there are exceptions to the rule of course).

What happens is those with a vested interest manipulate perception through fear, and then build up emotions within the target audience and out comes aggression and violence.

We have all seen full metal jacket -in the UK it's what they used to call beasting.

Years ago on UK TV there was a series called The World At War -it was superb & if you can find it anywhere online I suggest watching it.

The Mouse Utopia shows that there are only a few generations needed to have rodent populations develop and exhibit very extreme -atypical-patterns of violence (like infanticide) in great numbers, even though not all the different groups, which the population splits into, do show these...

It happens in the short aftermath of Social-Engineering put in place and effect.

It’s not so much about genetics: groups and populations of a Species are interconnected in real-time by a certain electromagnetic field that encapsules all participants.

The hive-mind is real, you might say. For most, it is all too subtle and familiar to be recognized during everyday routine.

 

Of the handful of closely related Ape Species not all make good warriors or are getting even close to the aggressiveness a group of Chimpanzees easily can put on display.

Take the Orang Utan. Sits around in peace and eats leaves, pretty much: LOL. They are like bears of the jungle:

Pharmaceutical companies do study, which herbs they collect on clearings to cure their illnesses. Parents can be observed picking the right herbs for their ill children or infants.

A bear is very similar in this respect. The bear was once called “apothecary of the forest”.

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the problem is they make the Germans out to be the bad guys..

and history is always written and re-written by the winners. 

The US internment camps for the Japanese.  Soviet rape of German women during the German occupation. US armed forces killing Italian military prisoners of war and civilians. Torture of German naval personnel. Killing of German soldiers stations at concentration camps. Post Battle of the Bulge "General Orders" that stated German SS and paratroopers will be shot on sight and not taken prisoner.  French resistance executions of captured Germans after 8/1944 liberation. British naval vessels frequently sank all vessels within specific areas and shipwrecked sailors and troops were commonly killed.  Allied soldiers (US, UK, France, Canadian, Commonwealth) frequently looted buildings, raped military and civilian personnel and executed Axis soldiers. Soviet union, any and all acts prohibited in accordance with the Geneva and Hague Conventions have been alleged again the Russians.  

Change the name of the above nations and you have documentation of events said about German, Italian, Japanese forces during WWII.

​"What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal." -Albert Pike

​"​My father didn't tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.​" - Clarence Buddinton Kelland


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