Monday, October 9, 2017

War Is A Vicious Cycle Comments

Rating: 4.9

Civil Wars, World Wars
Mass Killings, Killing Fields
Genocide, Terrorism
War is inevitable

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Rose Marie Juan-austin
COMMENTS
Nabakishore Dash 12 September 2021

Really a n excellent thought is behind the pen.

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Nabakishore Dash 27 August 2021

Very heart touching.If it can percolate into the iron hearts, goodness would be all pervading.Many words of gratitude to you.

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Shaun Cronick 26 February 2020

Rose Marie well worth another read to imbed in all, War and all its evil dictators and tragic waste. Will these lunatics ever learn in their genocide and total arrogance. They have no conscience. Another 10++ and already in my favs. Thanks again Rose Marie and I thank you again.

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Kesav Easwaran 20 February 2020

is the basic reason. It awakens the beast inside humans. Rejoices in torture.Good awareness poem, Rose Marie, on the global theme Peace 10+

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Anjandev Roy 01 January 2020

a lot of ruthless people.......significant. anjandev roy.

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Dr Dillip K Swain 18 September 2019

A wonderful work carrying powerful expression! A very creditable piece of poetry on war and its evil consequences!

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Shaun Cronick 22 August 2019

A thought provoking poem one to make people stop and think. War it's been said, is the continuation of politics by other means. It's simply down to evil and greed in the hearts of men.10++ and added to my Poem list. Thank you Rose Marie we need something to think about and let goodness prevail.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 14 June 2019

The period known as Civil War 1998, at the same time, the students dared to rebel and commanded Soeharto to be gone. He was a puppet of America's Supremacy since he had become president. On the contrary Ir. Soekarno had a selfdepending policy. No foreign power in own country. Ir. Soekarno learned his folk to be proud of own culture and he appreciated inhabitants of foereign descent. The names were Mussolini and Soeharto.

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Sylvia, I was mesmerized by your encompassing knowledge on war. Thank you you for sharing your vast knowledge. I am deeply honored by your huge brilliant comments. We shall pray for peace and unity among nations.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 June 2019

She owned the highways, all highways, this family is brutal in being corrupt. They used the state's money as no one before. All beautiful and flourishing shops of hardworking trades-men from chinese descents were burnt down. These tradesmen had worked very hard to come to this point. In one burning occurrence, Soeharto's cruel policy set them in ashes. Just like that. No one dared to mention Soeharto's name. This was known as Civil War 1998

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 June 2019

Like Napoleon Bonaparte crowned himself as Emperor, so did Soeharto, he made himself general, since he had killed all living generals in 1965. Soeharto has a son-in-law and as a pupil of Soeharto this son-in-law is cruel too till now, he is still cruel and very corrupt. Soeharto was the example for his son-in-law. Soeharto's wife owned all super-stores/ supermarkets, his two sons had the tobacco business and all, his eldest child, a daughter owned

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 June 2019

Soeharto's period was known as The Coup of 1965. He killed 7 generals before he committed a coup d' ├ętat on the reigning president Ir.Soekarno. I have heard so many facts too from my beloved Mum. The attic of my mind stored so many prohibited facts. Soeharto was full of jealousy, since Ir. Soekarno had a university study, and was very clever, Soeharto had no education at all and since Soeharto killed all 7 generals, he was the next general.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 June 2019

Soeharto, who promised to treat president Ir. Soekarno as best as he could, but out of the public's sight, he gave orders to the guards to treat Ir.Soekarno in a cruel way, but refined. Like he may not watchTV nor readnewspapers. He may not eat what he liked. Ir. Soekarno was imprisoned, his small room was never cleaned. How could a man be this cruel and Soeharto was famous of his smile. The smiling president, so much cruelty behind that smile

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 June 2019

I have read your very impressive poem, this magnificent piece of gem, this very precious gem, this true fascinating great gem, this greatest true fact about the truth globally, the greatest fact about The Truth and nothing but The TRUTH in the world. May I add still some evil names of cruel persons? Benito Mussolini that close-friend of Hitler. The late Indonesian president Soeharto, who promised to treat Ir. Soekarno as best as he

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 June 2019

You have created a very impressive poem, a magnificent piece of gem, a very precious gem, a true fascinating great gem, a greatest true fact about the truth globally, the greatest fact about The Truth and nothing but The TRUTH in the world. Like my late Mum said to me Never hide the truth inside your heart and you beautifully responded in my poem titled: " 75 Years D-Day On 5 June 2019...." as we all can read that with a few precious quotes

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 June 2019

Prologue 9: Bush Sr lost the Golf Wat from Saddam H. He hoped that his son would continue this lost war and so gained oil for the USA. And so the stupid son did with the cooperation of the CIA, and the UK PM. at that time Blair. At his turn, Saddam H. had conquered Kuwait to rob Kuwait's oil source. INDEED War IS a vicious Cycle. I am saddest when remembering the death of JFK, as my Mum told me that was exactly on my birthday.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 June 2019

Prologue 8: ....I was at that moment driving in my hometown and heard the news. I heard also his wife's reaction that her husband was in a joyful mood as he went to his office as other days. That he was heavy depressive? He was not. This was the last radio-news I heard. After this, the news on TV was that the professor had committed suicide. The words his wife said was nowhere to find. Only about his " suicide " .

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 June 2019

Prologue 7: The next morning this professor was killed when he went to his office for his daily work. His wife told the journalists that her husband was not depressive, nor had any suicide intentions, before he went to his wotk, she was just talking to him and he was in a supreme mood and was as healthy as he could be. He was joyful and went to his office. A few minutes later, or 30 minutes later, he was found dead and had committed suicide....

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 June 2019

Prologue 6: together with the UK PM Blair sent that chemist-neuclear specialist prof. from the UK too. This professor came back and had not found one proof of Saddam H's nuclear's activities, but as well as Bush Jr and Blair used the professor's name to tell the public/ the journalists that the professor had found the proofs. Then the prof. was interviewed by the newspapers and he told the real truth that there was no proof concerning SH

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 June 2019

Prologue 5: But Saddham H. had done his own killings too towards Kuwait, because Kuwait has oil sources. Indeed War IS A Vicious Cycle, citing the Title of your fantastic great gem, Mrs. Juan-Austin, and about that Saddam H. he was guilty himself by having murdered innocent people of Kuwait only to own the oil sources and on his turn Bush Jr

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 June 2019

Prologue 4: True indeed that Saddam Hussein must die BUT the story how he was killed was a big lie. That was arranged by the ex PM Blair of the UK and ex president Bush Jr. The story was a lie. That UK Professor was sent by Blair and he must find what Blair commanded him to find and so Saddam H. could be blamed for his hidden industry of nuclear weapons. The CIA was involved too and Bush Jr. UK PM was added to this whole.

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