Here is a report which is well worth reading:
The month of May is always associated with V-E Day. The sentiments of “never again” were strong 73 years ago, in 1945 when the UN was founded. Since then Europe has put a huge amount of effort into creating a unique security system to prevent armed conflicts. It was never perfect, but by and large it worked. Other continents used to look on with envy and try to establish security regimes of their own.
Multiple agreements are still in force, working to prevent the worst scenarios, but today they appear to be somewhat forgotten and are failing to meet their objectives. Yet by no stretch of the imagination would anyone have imagined that May 2018 would be a month spent teetering on the brink of war, with the experts left trying to guess when it will ignite, how far it will spread, and how many actors are likely to be involved. It’s scary but that’s where we are. It’s never been this tense since the worst days of the Cold War.
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This all seems to boil down to one thing - the seven nation war described by General Wesley Clark and its apparent ties to Israel.
Is the security (or even the existence) of Israel worth plunging the entire world into war? I don't think it is.
How about you? Are you willing to sacrifice your income, your country, or even your life for a nation which does absolutely nothing positive for you and yours? I'm not.