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    Since what time did the majority of wars begin for the United States of America?

    In my generalized opinion, after the year 1913.


    And what occurred in 1913?


    The first 'illegal' President of The United States sat in the Constitutionally established seat of President of The United States of America.


    No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.


    The adoption of the constitition occurred in 178(7)-(9). Each prior President had lineage which was able to be traced back to their own lineage's citizenship back to 178(7)-(9).

    The first U.S president who could not/nor did meet this Constitutional requirement became President of The U.S.A in 1913.
     
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    The same applied to the land of Y'srael when the kingdom of Y'srael was divided.

    After King Solomon's son Rehoboam came to seat as King, the 'people' became divided with a large portion defecting from the line of Da(vi)d to join league with (J)eroboam who led the discontented 'workers', or daily citizens and residents, northward into Samaria where he set up the golden calf and declared that object as 'God, who led the people out of Egypt, out of slavery and bondage'. To these persons life without work was what they deemed 'Godly'.

    When Rehoboam was upset at the people's sluggishness towards daily work and upkeep/maintenance to their 'Country', (J)eroboam, who just recently returned from the land of Egypt, took charge towards/against Rehoboam and led the 'migration' northward.


    Another 'beginning of wars' because of an illegal 'ruler'.
     
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    And now both Countries face division within themselves.

    The U.S with its division(s) within as well as Y'srael with its own division(s) within. Both being divided on the line between morality and freedom; on the line of secularism and faith.

    Does the United States, not the united states of bodies or groups or even states as countries (such as the many state/countries of India), although India is only 1, but does the United States of America need faith, within it, to be protected and defended even with L.B.J's 501(c)-3 exemption availabilty?

    And does Y'srael need to keep their Torah around even to be based as moral or even Truth?


    And now the slow proliferation into Asian countries.

    Do these Asian countries need tradition rather than modernity?

    What proliferation? What sorts of modernity?

    Basic non traditional practices of 'medicine' and the introduction of 'syringe' - needles is 1 example that is overlooked. Radiation also.


    • 9th century: The Iraqi/Egyptian surgeon Ammar ibn 'Ali al-Mawsili' created a syringe in the 9th century using a hollow glass tube, and suction to remove cataracts from patients' eyes, a practice that remained in use until at least the 13th century.[28]
    • Pre-Columbian Native Americans created early hypodermic needles and syringes using "hollow bird bones and small animal bladders".[29][30]
    • 1650: Blaise Pascal invented a syringe (not necessarily hypodermic) as an application of what is now called Pascal's law.
    • 1844: Irish physician Francis Rynd invented the hollow needle and used it to make the first recorded subcutaneous injections, specifically a sedative to treat neuralgia.
    • 1853: Charles Pravaz and Alexander Wood independently developed medical syringes with a needle fine enough to pierce the skin.
    • 1865: Charles Hunter coined the term "hypodermic", developed an improvement to the syringe that locked the needle into place so that it would not be ejected from the end of the syringe when the plunger was depressed, and published research indicating that injections of pain relief could be given anywhere in the body, not just in the area of pain, and still be effective.[31]
    • 1867: The Medical and Chirurgical Society of London investigated whether injected narcotics had a general effect (as argued by Hunter) or whether they only worked locally (as argued by Wood). After conducting animal tests and soliciting opinions from the wider medical community, they firmly sided with Hunter.[31]
    • 1946: Chance Brothers in Smethwick, West Midlands, England produced the first all-glass syringe with interchangeable barrel and plunger, thereby allowing mass-sterilisation of components without the need for matching them.
    • 1949: Australian inventor Charles Rothauser created the world's first plastic, disposable hypodermic syringe at his Adelaide factory.
    • 1951: Rothauser produced the first injection-moulded syringes made of polypropylene, a plastic that can be heat-sterilised. Millions were made for Australian and export markets.
    • 1956: New Zealand pharmacist and inventor Colin Murdoch was granted New Zealand and Australian patents for a disposable plastic syringe.
    • 1989: Manuel Jal√≥n Corominas invented the auto-disposable needle-syringe. The head with the needle is detached from the syringe after use. This invention greatly reduced the spread of AIDS and other drug-use related diseases.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syringe


    But many require these medical practices, one might defend.


    Modernity in practice... the above statement would have been dismissed in their own history/tradition pre-proliferation(s).

     
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    Many argue that life quality and life expectancy increased since modern medicine became widely accepted. Research shows this to be mostly true in those countries where these modern sciences were accepted and used on a wide basis.

    However is this altogether true? Did life qualities and expectancies truly get 'better' or did these offer fixes/remedies for newly entering sicknesses and illnesses?


    What does your 'reason' say?


    (I)sa(i)ah 1:18 "Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool."


    though knowledge may be 'lacking', it shall be made right/good.


    Matthew 19:17 "And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments."
     
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    I just came across this. I haven't started reading it yet but I'm posting it anyway.

    The Secret Origins of the First World War" by Gerry Docherty/Jim Macgregor pdf
    file:///C:/Users/David/Downloads/Hidden%20History%20-%20The%20Secret%20Origins%20of%20the%20First%20World%20War..pdf


    Here's some info on WW2
    http://flinttalk.com/viewtopic.php?t=12196&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0


    This is about what we did in Yugoslavia back when Clinton was president.

    The weight of the Chains - COMPLETE - ENGLISH
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=The+weight+of+the+Chains+-+COMPLETE+-+ENGLISH&&view=detail&mid=77FBAC61E14B6B6D4CAC77FBAC61E14B6B6D4CAC&&FORM=VRDGAR&ru=/videos/search?q=The+weight+of+the+Chains+-+COMPLETE+-+ENGLISH&FORM=HDRSC3


    Here's the anti-establishment version of the Vietnam war.

    The American War: The U.S. in Vietnam
    http://www.pinkyshow.org/projectarchives/videos/the-american-war-the-us-in-vietnam

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=war in vietnam chomsky&qs=n&form=QBVR&sp=-1&pq=war in vietnam chomsky&sc=0-22&sk=&cvid=3AD8E9605B69466B9B5C8AB993D8F9CE


    I don't use Google very much any more. I use https://www.bing.com/ .
     
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    Spooky Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Some would say we've always been at war as Machiavelli said, "a prince should either be in one or preparing for one".

    I agree with that. Humans are a violent warring specie, we just evolved that way therefore war is a part of being human.
     

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