WW1 was the war to end all wars and they then made sure there was a peace agreement that would ensure there would be WW2.Chadwick wrote:The war generations did indeed fight for our freedom and unimaginable numbers died for it. As the dust began to settle, they said "never again" and started to find a way of binding Europe together so that a further conflict would be impossible. The result was the European Community, now the European Union.
If we're going to talk about "betraying" those who fell, I think we need to think hard about what they created for us, and what we are undoing now.
Here's what I mean by "blurred":kevinchess1 wrote:Except they haven'tChadwick wrote:We're still in the middle of it. I think it's fair to carry on discussing what happens next.Luke_PieStalker wrote:Whether you agree with the outcome, wish people would put their dummys back in and get on with it.
The people have spoken and given a blurred answer.
Well I say they haven't it depends on your definition of 'blurred'
That is true.1960mackem wrote:Conflict dons many a disguise but sometimes you are too blind to recognise it
There will always be conflict until a common goal is reached by 100% of the people and we know that will never ever happenChadwick wrote:That is true.1960mackem wrote:Conflict dons many a disguise but sometimes you are too blind to recognise it
Will we avoid conflict (in general terms) by trying to work together as a whole, or by each independently pursuing our own agendas?
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