- Jan 25, 2019
You realize this thread title was rhetorical and purposely created to engage response and unfold a broader discussion of the issue, right?
Of all people I would think you would know not to take my posts literally
"Of all people". Sorry, do you think you know me because I post some of my random thoughts on here a few times a year? lol.
Yes I do understand it's rhetorical, but you did see some merit in it I think (I'm sure you'll correct me if I'm wrong), hence why you decided to ask the question.
In my opinion, no one should even be thinking about the possibility of going to war with Russia because doing so would mean the end of human civilisation as we know it. Now that's a phrase used in jest but it's just a matter of fact in this case. Most of the people that lived through a world war are now dead and so most of us don't have the first-had reminder of its devastation. Even if they were alive, most of them didn't experience anything first-hand to do with nuclear weapons.
We live in a world where a pandemic has sunk most people's mental health; none of us understand war so I don't think it should be taken lightly, even rhetorically.