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Dec 16, 2011 | 3:56 PM EST

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From World War 2 to cavemen, this is how all of them started.

First of a series of many shorts.

EDIT: Oh crap, this version is imcomplete. And I deleted the original file. :C

Here's the YouTube version for complete lip sync: tch?v=tv9et_UM8Ko

EDIT 12/22/11: Whoa, front page! Thanks everybody! :D

EDIT 12/23/11: Before any of you decide to give it a bad review because "the message is incorrect" or "the animation sucks", the idea of war is one's own interpretation, and the animation isn't supposed to be spectacular. Then again, I'm getting into a war myself with these reviewers, because I have a different opinion. Just proving a point.



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

This may be how many wars have started but

You're forgetting many biblical wars. They weren't started over different opinions, they were fought for freedom or dominance. Others were fought for religion, which I believe, ain't opinion. I know alot of wars TODAY are started based on opinion, but this DOES have the wrong message on how wars start. The Iraq War was mainly fought for self-defense. They attacked us, we went over there and kicked their asses. And I'm not saying they were the Iraqis, but there were al-Qaeda members there and in Afghanistan so we sent troops in both countries to kill them And make sure it doesn't happen again. I'm getting off-topic so I'll get back on-subject. Many wars are NOT started this way. WWII Wasn't started this way. The Nazis DID have a VERY different opinion, and vice versa. We went over there and made sure they stopped killing the Jews and also kept Hitler from taking complete control over the world. The Vietnam War was fought over opinion, but it was also fought for individuals' freedom, because we all know communism doesn't give the citizens one bit of freedom. As they shouldn't even be called citizens if their country is ruled by communism because as I said, communism doesnt give them one ounce of freedom. They might as well be called slaves cuz all they're doing is paying taxes just so their leader/leaders can buy stuff for themselves. The VietNam War was fought for independence. That is my point on that war. Alot of other wars were fought for freedmon like the American Revolution and The Civil War. Thank you for taking the time to read this, I really appreciate it. And if you don't like my opinion, I'm fine with that. I believe htis to be true, and I'm gonna stick with it. Thank you.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


You are a moron. You are a pretentious ass, to assume you know why the allies moved into World War 2. Most wars are started as differences of opinion. This was a very basic look into why wars are started. I suppose you expected all the political bullshit to be included, i'm afraid not. Also, to agree with g-man, we didn't care that the jews were being slaughtered, the only reason we saved them, was to look good in front of the other allies at the end of the war. Then by giving them their own country, we ensured that we had a base of operations in the Middle East. And yes if you boil it down, Hitler believed that the Aryans had a claim to power as the most dominant race on the planet, the allied powers as well as other countries not directly involved, had a problem with that. It does indeed boil down to a difference of opinion. I would appreciate it if you didn't post on these flash animations anymore, as your complete and total lack of "opinion" irritates me and the other users. Feel free to respond, although I'm not sure that with your lack of intelligence and information you would be able to say anything back to this. Enjoy your christmas.

StaticBunny responds:

Merry Christmas to you too!


Rated 1 / 5 stars

pretentious drivel

Yeah while it may be true that some wars such as religious or forum wars are started over a difference of opinion to say that wars such as WWII started over a "difference of opinion" (unless of course you are refering to Hitler's opinion that he is entitled to take over the world and slaughter Jews and the opinion of the Allied nations that he wasnt) is just wrong and makes you come off as a pretentious ass.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

so true

Simple and sweet, loved it


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Reminds me of a Thurber Short Story.

If you have never read The Last Flower, it's worth a quick internet search - a classic anti-war story written just as World War Two was starting. In some ways, it can be seen as a predecessor of one of the more popular forms of literature in our day and age: the graphic novel. I'd love to see one of the talented flash animators here take that project on!

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