Simple as that. If you really wanted to go to college, so you decided it'd be okay to shoot some women and babies in the back, then you're a murderer. Sure, there are tons of ways for you to deny that truth, but it's still the truth. No matter how many obnoxious parades, or phony reasons for war they provide you with, you still know that what you did wasn't heroic. Or good. Or right. Or maybe you don't know, which is even scarier. Maybe once you've killed for the New World Order, there's no turning back. Maybe traumatizing people with their own actions is a very effective form of mind control.
David Icke explains that there's really no such thing as war, in a certain sense. He uses the example of WWII. There was intense conflict between Germany and the Soviet Union, one supposedly right wing and fascist. The other supposedly leftist and communist. But when one examines the two societies, it becomes apparent that they were more similar than distinctive. Both were dictatorial police states who held victims in concentration camps. So the real struggle, the truly epic battle being fought by our species isn't between any two armies, but between the people who have fallen for war and the people who have not. Here's a tip: If you find yourself in a funny looking outfit, aiming heavy weaponry in a foreign country that's much poorer than your own, then you've been had. You've allowed yourself to become a monster on their behalf.
Although every one of the current rationales for war are utterly false, I do understand how one could fall victim to them. After all, who doesn't want to defend their homeland, and stand ready to protect the Republic, which has provided us with so many precious freedoms? But what passes for war right now isn't really war. It's an outmoded survival mechanism that has been kept on life support by the ruling elite, because they've long since understood that it was the single best tool for the manipulation of the human animal. At least until television.
It goes like this. War probably evolved naturally among us (although many would disagree). War escalates as the victors become better at exploiting the ensuing power vacuum. During this process the amount of motivations and justifications for war that would arise naturally due to cultural conflicts, etc, decrease and the amount of fabricated and disingenuous justifications increase. As power consolidates almost to the point of being singular, we begin to see such affronts to our intelligence and conscience as 9/11.