A letter a day to number 10. No 1,461
Saturday 11 June 2016.
Dear Mr Cameron,
If there is anything worse than a war of aggression, the supreme international war crime, it has to be a government that is engaged in a war of aggression yet denies it to the people it purports to serve.
War has always been murder by proxy, getting someone else to do your dirty work for you. The power to make war is exclusive to governments, whether democratic or a dictatorship, the people have no power to commit a nation to war, but they bear the responsibility and burden for fighting wars, all wars.
There is a parallel with wealth creation, the labour force carries the burden for wealth creation and yet has no part in the profit and wealth that comes from it’s labour. In both wealth and war, ordinary people are the sacrifice.
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