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On 2017-11-10, Eric Ramon<> wrote:
> The fact that they stopped fighting is not the same thing as coming up
> with a treaty that led to WWII.

My point is that if you don't resolve the issues, you'll just have
either a) more fighting or 2) long-running resentments that flare
up forever. That's why the U.S. unconditional surrender demand in
WWII was brilliant. They didn't prioritize stopping fighting over
resolving the issue.

It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams
because they grow old, they grow old because they
stop pursuing dreams. -- Gabriel Garcia Marquez