rules of engagement…

examples
rwandan
bosnia
myanmar
civil protests
mass murders
political leaders
debate
diplomatic
objectives
military constraints
necessary
libya
rapid military response
to
protect whom
or
what

16 thoughts on “rules of engagement…

  1. Hi Charles .. mass murderers .. what do we do with them? I can’t say I like this development .. but to see a whole city gunned down, and then what in the next few years .. I hope this will reduce the bloodshed ..

    As long as normal people can live peacefully .. and brutality doesn’t exist ..

    Peace to the world … Hilary

  2. With great power comes great responsibility.
    I only wish I truly believed that, with all the power America weilds, those IN power were using it to its highest calling.
    I believe this is true…for a lot of things…
    I pray over the rest.
    blessings
    jane

  3. Powerful!! I hate rules that spell p-o-l-i-t-i-c-s and w-a-r… especially those that claim to be for the purpose of freedom..

    This is excellent, my friend!!!

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