Is divide and conquer required for a productive society?
I spoke with an old war veteran recently regarding America's division. He harped that we, America had turned a corner with each other post WWII, and it would have continued had it not been for McCarthyism.The Government [and Madison Ave?] purposely divided us into a point of no return. Is this valid or idealistic?
- TommyjoeLv 46 months ago
Divide and conquer lol, here there very good at dividing, but useless at conquering. Last monday when police and british soldiers were lured into a bomb by the New IRA in Fermanagh, anywhere else it would have made world news lol, not here. The British conquer the people here lol, we see the empire for what it has done here, there great at shooting children point blank in the face. And now europe and the world can see how good they are at playing the blame game. Conquer, theres no surrender here lol.
- GypsyfishLv 76 months ago
I don't think he knows much about history. Most elections in the US were divisive. The Founding Fathers wrote horrible things about each other. The biggest division ever was clearly during the Civil War.
- babyboomer1001Lv 76 months ago
Divide and conquer is a dysfunctional behavior, never good for a family and never good for a country.
- W.T. DoorLv 76 months ago
The "division" in American society is a fantasy of the Left.
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- 6 months ago
Idealistic. It may have been required in the old days, but it will not work now.