Sadly I think it will be, if it hasn't already. We go through the remembrance thing of the madness of WW1 every year, but what difference does it make when we still send servicemen to their death at the whim of a political leader; and worse still, without a thought for the non-combatants who get caught up in the misery of war. I don't imagine for a second that either Bush or Blair thought through the consequences of sending troops to Iraq, any more than the dimwits who advocated we leave the EU, without understanding all its consequences, or any more that Thatcher had any idea what the long-term effect off flogging off council housing stock would be. When we think back to the Great War and wonder what it was all about, the finger gets pointed to a royal family feud between three cousins, which had their respective nations punched their lights out and told them not to be so silly, the millions that died for their kings and countries, might have gone on to better things, like finding absolute proof in the non-existence of God. I'm eternally grateful that I've never lived through a war that involved British soil; and there's not a doubt in my mind that this wouldn't have been possible had we not been economically tied up with Europe. Yet the misery of WW1 and WW2 gets forgotten, when we next go to war. The fire power and destruction inflicted on civilians in recent wars has been horrendous beyond comprehension, and yet there wasn't a soul who gave a shcitt about fighting for their king and country when they inflicted it. What's it all about?