Military morality: the problem of scruples. – SeanMunger.com

One of the blogs I read, day in and day out, is Padre Steve’s. Steve is a military chaplain with 30+ years experience who has served in Iraq and knows the real face of war inside and out. He is also a historian who has studied and written extensively on Germany in the Weimar and Nazi periods, especially about its military establishment. Very often–in fact, in almost every article–Padre Steve sounds a clear historical warning that the United States is going down exactly the same road of totalitarianism that Germany experienced in the 1920s and 1930s. Steve appears to be a voice in the wilderness, sounding…

via Military morality: the problem of scruples. – SeanMunger.com

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2 thoughts on “Military morality: the problem of scruples. – SeanMunger.com

  1. As suggested, I read it all, and very good it was too. Personal, and powerful.
    When someone once believed strongly in something, only to later realise his folly, and is then prepared to offer an intelligent and constructive argument against it, that is someone whose thoughts I want to read.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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