A Pacifist’s War Principles

  1. I hate war.
  2. War is rarely justified.
  3. When justified, it must be undertaken.
  4. When undertaken, it is a necessary evil.
  5. Because it’s a necessary evil, only victory will suffice.
  6. Victory is measured by permanently stopping the instigators.
  7. Stopping the instigators must be viewed through the eyes of justice.
  8. The eyes of justice do not seek vengeance.
  9. Vengeance creates mistakes.
  10. Mistakes transform victory into failure.
  11. Failure is unacceptable.

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