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Contemporaneous Complicities of Conquests

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 24, 2021 at 17:01

What in the world is happening now, many are asking?
A better question is: is anybody surprised? Is the inhumanity of totalitarianism finally reaching a point of saturation? And what of it: who has the moral approach necessary to break the stride of the issues that are now breaching the once standard of peace? It was thought that such morality against total devastation was put into place since World War Two, but such is now on a course for a rematch in nuclear terms, also once thought unapproachable, yet it waits only for the inhumanity to bring about the triggering prompt.
What's next?
That schedule is actually already on track. The actors are already identified and are waiting in turn.
What is seen now are only the preliminaries.

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