Child Warfare focuses on a fictional President who is under pressure to invade a country and start a new war. This war is not because the US is under attack, but rather another regime-change war. The Top Officials are urging the President to invade, but he has many concerns. With pressure pounding down on him, he makes the decision to start the attacks. When he steps into the hall and finds his children playing "soldiers" he is transported to a battlefield where he sees not full-grown adults, but rather children fighting. Children as young as four dressed in full military uniform fighting and dying, calling for their mother as they hold their bowels from falling onto the ground. The metaphor teaches us each soldier fighting in this war is not just a number, but rather somebody's child. The decision to potentially send someone's child to their death should not be made in haste, but with the greatest consideration for each life that may be lost. It is when the President sees his own child gunned down in front of him that he comes back to reality and he reverses his order.
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