Anyone have an answer to this? –Cammy
I saw an interesting interview that a lady with your organization did with a gentleman named E. Michael Jones. I really appreciated the interview, subscribed to the Youtube channel so I can see more, and read the manifesto and f.a.q. on your website.
I am writing because I want to know if you know of anyone who has done a Catholic analysis of Proxy War. I think that waging war by proxy poses a number of serious ethical issues that are relevant both to questions of Jus ad Bellumand Jus in Bello, which need to be analyzed separately from analyses of conventional war. War by proxy seems to be the rule, and not the exception, and probably more so than at any other point in history (being what President Eisenhower cynically called “The cheapest insurance in the world”). And while I do believe it is possible that a conventional war could be just, I have not been able to figure out whether war by proxy is malum in se. I have strong suspicions that it is intrinsically evil. If you can think of any articles or interviews that focus in this, and that could help me think through the many issues involved, I would be grateful to know. If you can find someone with expertise, I dare to suggest that it would make a fascinating subject for an interview. But I do not know of any Catholic moral theologians who have dealt with this issue. If you find or know of any, please let me know. And thank you for the work you are doing; these are important conversations that will have to continue to go on for as long as boys become men. I am a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, though thanks to God not a veteran of war (as I do not believe that the wars fought in my lifetime have been just). Thank you for your time.