Shooting fish is a barrel is not very sporting. Killing civilians is not the same as war. It might be exciting and fun for some to "fight" a war against lightly armed defenders of their homelands and unarmed civilians. Personally I find is disgusting that there are such people who can hold their heads up high and have pride in themselves after "fighting" mostly unarmed civilians. If those soldiers had anything even close to honor they would be so ashamed they would put a bag over their heads and never admit that they had anything to do with the war crimes. America tends to fight those who cannot fight back, especially those who were mostly disarmed by years of sanctions.<quoted text>
Not a big deal, I've been to war and found it not to be disagreeable. The rules of engagement are bothersome though.
There is nothing brave or heroic about killing unarmed civilians and terrorizing a nation. The world has come to see the true face of America. America is unquestionably the greatest superpower that has ever existed, but lately has been an aggressor and the world recognizes the USA as the greatest threat to peace. It is highly likely that an alliance of nations will rise up to stand against the tyrannical terror campaign being waged by America. There are some rather powerful nuclear nations that might join that alliance to stop the terrorists (the tyrannical rogue Police States of America). If that happens then war will not be like a walk in the park, or shooting fish in a barrel anymore. There are some nations that can fight back and are not completely at the mercy of the aggressor (the USA). It might take some of the fun out of the war for psychos who enjoy torturing defenseless and helpless people. When you and your family are on the receiving end of the "kill them all and let God sort them out" kind of warfare, it will be well deserved.