The edge of glory lady gaga acoustic version

The edge of glory lady gaga acoustic version

About the quote : Castetter was a WWI veteran; this quote is from the 1930s from p. 178 of the edge of glory lady gaga acoustic version book A Page A Day, ed. by Kenneth Adams, published by. How does one prevail in war? Both sides have already lost. War is not its own end, except in some catastrophic slide into absolute damnation. The one pervading evil of democracy is the the edge of glory lady gaga acoustic version of the party that succeeds, by force or fraud, in carrying elections. Where you have a concentration of power in a few hands, all too frequently men with the mentality of gangsters get control. Everything secret degenerates, even the administration of justice. Wars a brain spattering windpipe splitting art. Dont talk to me about atrocities; all war is an atrocity. Whether or not patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel, national security can be the last refuge of the tyrant. One does not create a human society on mounds of corpses. Acts of terror have never brought down liberal democracies. Acts of parliament have closed a few. General William E. Odom, US Army Ret. , Its quite fun to fight em, you know. Its a hell of a hoot. Its fun to shoot some people. Ill be right up front with you, I like brawling. About the quote : Comments from 2/1/05 conference in San Diego, California. Mattis commanded troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Economically considered, war and revolution are always bad business. Society has arisen out of the the edge of glory lady gaga acoustic version of peace; the essence of society is peacemaking. The attainment of the economic aims of man presupposes peace. The essence of so-called war prosperity; it enriches some by what it takes from others. It is not rising wealth but a shifting of wealth and income. History has witnessed the failure of many endeavors to impose peace by war, cooperation by coercion, unanimity by slaughtering dissidents. A lasting order cannot be established by bayonets.

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