• There are no good wars or bad wars. The only thing bad about a war is
    to lose it. All wars have been fought for a so-called good Cause on both
    sides. But only the victor's Cause becomes history's Noble Cause. It's not a
    matter of who is right or who is wrong, it's a matter of who has the best
    generals and the better army!

    Charles Bukowski (2001). “Ham On Rye”, p.263, Canongate Books