April 3, 2016

Khrushchev or Trump: Who Said It?

"We and you ought not to pull on the ends of a rope which you have tied the knots of war. Because the more the two of us pull, the tighter the knot will be tied. And then it will be necessary to cut that knot, and what that would mean is not for me to explain to you. I have participated in two wars and know that war ends when it has rolled through cities and villages, everywhere sowing death and destruction. For such is the logic of war. If people do not display wisdom, they will clash like blind moles and then mutual annihilation will commence."

The Fog of War: Mark Danner in Conversation with Robert McNamara and Errol Morris

Behaving as War Criminals - The Fog of War - Robert McNamara