03-22-2017, 07:00 PM
I attentively watched the first video and they essentially described what is usually experienced in post war countries. My issue with the documentary is that I felt that it spend 43 mins without making any commentary about the reason why the allies had to fight Germany, it was very biased in favor of the allies. Also, there was really no connection in the documentary about the ethnic collective division and the post war conditions. I saw a white red hair woman slapping another white red hair woman. At first, I actually thought they were sisters.
And yes, war is hell and it is always going to be hell. You can never sanitize, the best one can do not to escalate it once it has started. You could have two sides of a clan, family, husband and wife, sibling who are fighting and you would find similar behaviour among them like you see in war. I do not think wars are caused by ethnic collective division. Heck in WWII, you had the Germans, Italians and Japanese on one side and the Americans (with a handful of German American soldiers), English, French, Russians etc on the other side. These are not ethnic groups fighting each other, just idiots(aggressors mainly) that have been fooled into fighting for empire.