Sun Tzu on warfare

“In all history, there is no instance of a country
having benefited from prolonged warfare.
Only one who knows the disastrous effects of a long war
can realize the supreme importance of rapidity
in bringing it to a close.”

Sun Tzu
(c.500-320 B.C.)
from his book “The art of war”

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2 Responses to Sun Tzu on warfare

  1. cariboo69 says:

    What a shame that the members of the US government don’t read anything but Hustler and the bunnies’

  2. Calypso says:

    Ron Paul says more or less the same.

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