Vol 20|No 10|June|2024

Oh, you Masters of War
Where have all the flowers gone?
The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind

J.McKenzie - Photo of Victory Parade in Sochi, Russia taken on May 9, 2017
Masters of War The song The lyrics
Where have all the flowers gone? The song The lyrics
The answer is blowin in the wind The song The lyrics

Born in 1945 at the end of World War II, I have witnessed too many wars and the deaths of too many innocents. One would hope people would have learned the futility and the horror of resolving differences by bombing and killing each other, but sadly there is no evidence that such an awakening has taaken place.

During the 1960s, 70s and 80s, the three songs in the title of this article created by Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger eloquently voiced the horror and idiocy of wars, but as this month's article laments, the wars have continued unabated and the songs remain sadly timely many years later.

I am no Gatsby
by Jamie McKenzie

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