At 23:28 10/4/2002 +0800, Bishop Mark wrote:
>Napolean started with his Grande Armee towards Russia with about 500,000
>men. The 10,000 that barely survived escaped Russia in early
>December. So 80,000 Russian losses were not so bad, all things
>considered. Napolean got his just desserts.
That was just one day's fighting. I also had in mind the terrible toll on
the Russian people, displaced and fending for themselves, the incredible
mess that was left of Moscow (admittedly, by Russian hands) and so
forth. The cost of war is so dreadfully high. Way beyond what the
>How many dead soldiers have been shipped back to the US in this latest
Judging from a conversation I had with a chap at my brother's funeral in
North Carolina, more than the US public is aware. He works on the base
there, where all the families of the special forces are staying. I don't
even want to know.
Yes, we (the people of the US) would fight an enemy pretty ferociously if
they attacked. (the movie "the russians are coming" comes to mind to give
me a chuckle) but "we" can't see the how the enemy of all righteousness has
us in his grips. We're in Babylon, gang, there's no two ways about
it. Do we embrace it's ways? Aren't we out trying to make a buck? Aren't
we concerned with worldly things each and every day/hour of our
lives? Here I am sitting at my computer. It has become the very symbol of
Babylon. I'm bowing before this idol of "stone" Acchhghhhh enough, you
can tell I'm not feeling well today .......
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