Take the following number: 39.4%. Keeping it in mind, click here & watch the video, then come back. I’ll wait.
At 2:29 in the clip, there’s a table shown of deaths during the occupation of Iraq:
Note that it’s broken down by who it is — coalition troops, Iraqi forces, civilians, combatants of the other side. According to the “rules” of war, that third category is supposed to be a no-go area, to be avoided. Yet, add up the other categories & divide the result by the grand total of deaths, and you get 0.394, which is 39.4%.
That is the percentage of dead that were actually attacking each other. In other words, throughout that war, all assailants involved have been more likely on average to kill non-combatants.
You have that kind of performance in sports, they generally tell you to stop shooting. Or send you packing. If I didn’t know any better, I’d suspect us idiot naked apes took games more seriously than each other’s lives…