The battlefield

Two different worlds. The best scenario would be if neither of them existed. The second best would be if they behaved like two parallel lines, living peacefully with each other, doing their own things. The third would be if they were divergent lines, crossing with each other at the  crucial points and solving the frictions arising from that intersection.  But they are like  skew lines, the worst of all possibilities, where they do not meet anywhere in space.  I understand that soldiers follow the orders, but if  “generals”  are not able or willing to collect even the most basic facts of the battlefield and disqualify  their “enemies” in speeches by stating provable, manipulative lies, what does that say about the army itself?


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