Decomposing the War Machine

Conflict is as old as humanity itself, and world peace seems like a utopian ideal that lies eternally out of our reach.  The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine only serves as a reminder of geopolitical tensions that are again spiralling into destructive warfare. This conflict, which seems to be perpetuated by the agendas of powerful nations and hidden elites, raises urgent questions about the nature of war, the responsibilities of global powers, and the massive human cost involved.

The Genesis of a Modern War

The roots of this conflict are complex and can be traced back to various factors. Namely, demands from Russia for NATO to keep its distance from the Russian border, complex issues of nationalism, civil unrest in Ukraine, and historical tensions in Eastern Europe originating in the Second World War. Proposals for peaceful resolutions signed in Istanbul were rejected by Western powers, specifically the US and UK, which allegedly worsened tensions into full-blown conflict.

The Role of Major Powers

The US and UK authorities not only dismissed the potential for a peaceful solution but actively chose a path to war. This decision has led to a tragic toll: it is estimated that a million soldiers have died, with countless civilians caught in the crossfire, living in fear due to the ongoing violence. The question then arises: Who sanctioned these decisions that led to the horrific loss of life? Perhaps unknown entities within these governments are making decisions that have serious consequences, motivated by desires for power and control.

The Human Cost and the Spectacle of War

Casualties have turned into a surreal form of entertainment, with global media seemingly thrilled by the drama rather than the human tragedy. Over time, the initial shock and empathy for those suffering have dulled, leading to a disturbing normalization of human loss and suffering.

Ethical and Psychological Warfare

The narrative suggests that not only are the physical aspects of warfare being manipulated by those in power, but there is also a psychological dimension where the populace, including the Ukrainian authorities, is pressured into a state of fixation with no clear exit. This manipulation extends beyond the battlefield, influencing public opinion and the collective human psyche.

A Call to Rethink Education and Values

The fundamental issues at the heart of such conflicts stem from a lack of proper education about peace, empathy, and ethical governance. It criticizes the role of religion and historical power structures in continuing violence and ignorance, calling for a new approach to how we teach and value human life and dignity.

The Perversion of Information

A significant part of the problem, as highlighted, is the manipulation and perversion of information by Western propaganda machines. This has allegedly led to a widespread misunderstanding of the conflict’s nature and the interests involved, painting a picture fraught with lies and half-truths that serve the agendas of the powerful at the expense of the many.

Towards a New Enlightenment

The provocative conclusion calls for an awakening — a collective shift towards questioning authority, seeking truth, and prioritizing lifelong learning and inner growth over complacency and ignorance. It challenges individuals to rise above the misinformation and to recognize the larger forces at play that manipulate societies into perpetual conflict for the sake of profit and power.


We urgently need a re-evaluation of how conflicts are viewed and handled globally. We need to move away from the primitive instincts of aggression and domination towards a more enlightened approach that values peace, understanding, and the sanctity of human life. Simply put we need to learn how to listen to truly understand, not listen to give a smart comeback. This transformation requires a collective effort to seek truth and foster education. People should start to think, question, learn, grow, evolve, and enrich life.