Today is the 11th of the 11th. The day where Britain remembers its war dead from WW1 onwards. However, the question has to be asked, are we honouring our lost generations sufficiently by just remembering them on one day a year?
War is something every so-called civilised society finds repugnant and has done for well over a century. It places our most valuable possession, our children, in harm's way. Yet wars keep happening with a relentlessness. So when will we learn that it takes two sides to make war?