Is it true that the root cause of the Ukraine war is a repeat evil King Solomon wrong chess game move in life?

The Chicago Tribune article titled: How the free world gave Putin a green light, reported the opinions of the 1985 World Chess Champion.

The Purpose of This Post

Is to relate ancient wisdom, and the object of the game of chess, as a clue to the root cause of this conundrum.

Chess Definition – Merriam Webster

: a game for 2 players each of whom moves 16 pieces according to fixed rules across a checkerboard and tries to checkmate the opponent’s king

King Solomon

So, Solomon did evil in the eyes of the LORD; he did not follow the LORD completely, as David his father had done. (1 Kings 11:6)

What’s My Point?

Chess Champions win because they have analytical talents to plan and anticipate strategy movements in advance of their opponents.

My point is perhaps the World should discern the opinions of the former chess champion what needs to be done to defeat Putin.

In My Opinion

Chess is an ancient war game same as war is an ancient repeat of the same follies that lead to war instead of peace.

The writer’s article sad explains how the world allowed Putin to obtain an advantage over his opponents by luring Europe to become energy dependent on Russia.

The article also in my opinion gives the key clue what the world needs to do to end in a draw or win the Ukraine chess match in the following statement next chess movement clues.

“This is war, a hot war, no longer deterrence, and time is of the essence to get weapons to Ukraine so it can fight the war for freedom that the rest of the world has preferred to pretend isn’t real.”’

If Interested

Read the articles in the Source Links below

You Decide

If after reading, would the best strategy to have avoided this chess game have been to teach youth God’s rule, thou shalt not kill, before they grow up to become world leaders

Is perhaps a clue that Putin has made the same evil mistake in his life game as King Solomon did in the above proverb?

Regards and goodwill blogging

Source Links

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