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war

noun \ ˈwȯr \

Definition of war

An ultimate act of physical violence between countries or large organizations. The one who started the war is usually called the aggressor. However, in most cases, all sides of the conflict show extreme aggression.

Unlike the popular opinion, the primary purpose of any war is memetic competition. People kill the enemy or take them prisoners to reduce or eliminate the influence of foreign culture. The seizure of physical resources, such as land or equipment, is mostly used to weaken the military capacity of the enemy. From the economic point of view, war is always unprofitable.


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