Veterans Day & Intelligent Design

Today is Veterans Day. This is a holiday that America should try to place in the history books. In a civilized society war should be a thing of the past. War should be considered a primitive solution to our problems. War should be a distant memory; something that our kids have problems even believing ever happened. Our kids should be asking us if it was true that people were once so stupid that they launched wars and killed each other en mass.

Maybe the Christian fundamentalists are correct. Maybe there is no such thing as evolution. Humans don’t seem to be evolving these days. Well, their technology is evolving but their society is regressing. On the other hand I would not exactly call this “intelligent” design either. Maybe we are here as part of an experiment gone bad? OK…it’s not evolution and it’s not “intelligent” design. So I’ll just call it “poorly designed evolution.” What do you think?

While I express my thanks to our veterans today I quietly wish that we would stop producing them. Perhaps instead of spending our treasure to produce more veterans we could simply take good care of veterans that we already have produced. Think about it!

2 Responses to “Veterans Day & Intelligent Design”

  1. ian says:

    The powers that be, have stated that the world population should be reduced by a third. If you could use war to do that. You could make a fortune, by (a) stealing your enemys assets (b)selling your own country the weapons to fight with, and(c)being part of the companies who you give the no bid rebuilding contracts to. It’s win win win, and at the end of the day, war only kills lowlifes like you and me, so come on, it can’t be too bad now can it.
    There will be no end to engineered, manufactured, made to measure, pick and mix wars, till we get rid of the people who profit from it, and seperate them from government. We need in the US and UK. Government of the people, by the people, for the people. An honest, just government. Something neither of our countries have had for a very long time.

  2. You have to remember that Veterans Day is really Armistice Day, the holiday celebrating the end of WWI. While war is never good, you still have to honor the fact that millions of men were brave enough to fight, even though the cause could be wrong

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