A WORLD FEDERATION – Chapter 4– Individual Responsibility: The Nurenberg Principles – Countercurrents
1 The training of soldiers Within individual countries, murder is rightly considered to be the worst of crimes. But the institution of war tries to convince us that if a soldier murders someone from another country, whom the politicians have designated as an “enemy”, it is no longer a crime, no longer a violation of the common bonds of humanity.[Read More...]