The Iran War Was Wrong
I have a theory that when a coming event attains an almost palpable inevitably, a tangible quality, if you will, then the event exists already. If a thing exists already, in the sense that it is inevitable, then it must be dealt with tangibly. If it must be dealt with tangibly, then it itself is tangible as well.
This is why I can confidently say the Iran War Was Wrong, and not merely, "will have been" wrong.
The Iran War is as Was Wrong as the Iraq War Was, or any other war for that matter.
The old saying is true, War is Hell, and we shall most assuredly see a maninfestation of that slightly moldy maxim when the Iran War is upon us in physical form, as it already is with us in our minds.
The difference is one of epistemology; a division of the world into exoteric and esoteric reality.
The Hindus would teach us, if we would be so inclined to listen, that this division is one of Maya, or the world of illusion. It this be true, and it clearly is, then the epistemology is obliterated, and the manichean origins of the bicameral mind's habitual and incessant splintering, of the stuff of the mind, into an illusory world is rendered obvious.
Yes, my friends, it is as plain as the nose on my face; The Iran War Was Wrong