Should the State have the right to order a person to kill against their moral or religious beliefs?
In the First World War conscientious objectors, who refused to fight on religious or moral grounds, were imprisoned in Richmond Castle. They were then shipped out to France, which was the battlefield, because if they were on a battlefield they could be shot for continuing their moral stance.
Can this be right?
Many of them left writing on the wall. This is what one man said and it is true of most wars. The people of a country rarely have a problem with the people of another country. That hatred is drummed up by politicians for their own purposes.
So what do you think?