War is Not Entertainment
War is not entertainment.
There’s nothing glorious or honorable about violence, slaughter, war, murder and genocide, even if lawmakers legalize it in code. The very fact of going to war shows that peaceful diplomacy, communication and the genuine willingness to resolve an issue through talks has failed – a sign of a severe lack of maturity. When leaders take a country to war, they are no different than the playground bully who thinks “might is right” and that “the end justifies the means”.
Former military general and one-time Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark now thinks it’s cool to send celebrities on military-style training “missions” to entertain viewers. It’s part of the NWO (New World Order) glorification of war and militarization of youth propaganda. It is also another reality TV show where unseen PR (Public Relations) experts who understand human psychology are trying to mold the opinions of the masses and indoctrinate them into thinking that war and killing is perfectly normal. Beware! Watching these kind of shows desensitizes you to the stark reality of war and murder. Several Nobel Laureates wrote a letter to NBC urging them to not air this show.