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This is no game. This is no tv show. This is war.
This is no game. This is no tv show. This is war. (19:50)

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The technological advances of the post-war era in the machinery of warfare have made human suffering and death in conflict-zones acutely brutal. Innocuous sounding weapons used in the public lexicon such as 'daisy-cutter' and 'rocket propelled grenade' are weapons used in modern conflict to inflict heinous death and casualty. However, public perceptions of the reality of war have been consistently censured by the press -- in this case the American media establishment -- since as early as the American Civil War. While the obvious reason for this is to maintain public morale and support for life-threatening conflict, American military intervention since that civil war has been projected internationally. During the twentieth century and into the twenty-first, the explosion of media communications technology has mirrored military R&D in that it has allowed instantaneous access to global conflict. (more at:

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This is no game. This is no tv show. This is war. - by Ed Jewett - 22-12-2011, 03:07 AM

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