1. The prowar fellow asks why we have a military if we never use it. This misses the point of standing vs. nonprofessional military.
2. It dawned on me that the pro-war fellow argues against immigration, when all three people on the stage are beneficiaries of immigration as a way to avoid genocide. Is this very mandate for borders designed to make genocide easier?
3. The question of intervention in San Diego is interesting, since the standing military after the Civil War in USA was tasked with the genocide of American Indians. Should the Chinese have intervened? (Many USA Indians escaped USA genocide by escaping to Canada, where genocide was less robust for lack of resources..)
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