The only people who like war are the ones who benefit from it. Unfortunately, the ones who benefit aren't the one who fight. So the question is: How to get people to fight when the don't want to?
Big Pharma and psychiatry to the rescue!
Here's what the Army Times is reporting on the war against soldiers who don't want war:
In contrast, about 10 percent of all Americans take antidepressants, according to a 2009 Columbia University study.
This is how to create soulless automatons that kill on command. Drugs and lot's of them.
These soldiers know that they can't talk to anyone in the military about fear, guilt, or regret. So they have to ignore these feelings until they are overwhelmed.
And if they do discuss how they feel, well there's a pill for that. And if one doesn't do the the trick, then two, or three. Or, however many it takes to shut them up and get them back on post with a weapon in their hands and a head full of medication.
What happens when these soldiers come back home and tell stories of wartime atrocities they were ordered to commit?
Well, they're crazy of course!
Oh, but wait! Aren't psycho-pharmaceuticals prescribed for chemical imbalances in the brain? That suddenly and mysteriously appear out of nowhere? Having absolutely nothing to do with what people are doing or what is done to them?
These soldiers are defective! By some freakish statistical anomaly, thousands and thousands of young men and women who just by random chance happen to have diseased brains, have been recruited in to our armed forces.
What an unfortunate streak of bad luck. Right when we're in the middle of two wars, too.
Hopefully; if those evil, terrible, and crazy suicidal [Muslim] maniacs in Iran, force the Most Holy Blessed and Divine U.S./NATO
(Don't miss the sick irony that many of these soldiers are in Afghanistan protecting opium production.)