Strife is a misunderstanding of the parties, which often turns into a military conflict. Wickedness in the world and in Russia
When it comes to power and money, people oftenbecome unprincipled, cruel and aggressive. They try to tear off a bigger piece of the pie, so they often sacrifice principles and friendship. There are scandals, conflicts, sometimes wars. If, at the same time, representatives of one class, community or state take up arms, this is a real tragedy.
Concept and its meaning
Wounds - this is a misunderstanding, a clash of interestsand views, which often escalates into conflict. For weapons people of one nationality, religion, upbringing are taken. They live in a common country, but in different regions, provinces, districts. Intrusions are a cyclical phenomenon. They have always been and will die only with the death of mankind. For a place under the sun, European feudal lords constantly fought in the gloomy Middle Ages. Similar wars were fought between the emirs in Syria, the dukes of the Holy Roman Empire in Germany, the noble families of Tyra and Minamoto in Japan, and the princes of the same blood in England.
Intrusions are always a tragedy. Often on the battlefield a person could recognize in the ranks of the enemy his father, neighbor, friend. In every country where such conflicts took place, they played different roles. But the result has always remained deplorable. Even if the lands managed to win, the noble rulers on the throne to sit and achieve justice, the goal did not justify the loss. After all, close people died, brothers by blood.
Wickedness in Russia
In our time there are also warsdisagreements between political parties, leaders, public figures, regions in the state. If a military conflict arises between them, it is called civil war, separatism or insurrection. Similar conflicts in our country have been since the times of Kievan Rus. Prince Igor, for example, for many years tried to stifle the uprising of the Drevlyans, who did not like the policy of the ruler.
Many strife arose after the death of the greatMstislav, the eldest son of Vladimir Monomakh. At the same time, the state created by the great efforts of its ancestors literally disintegrated into parts. People living in neighboring cities, killing each other, plundering villages, setting fire to houses. Intrusions are always a tragedy. But if in the days of other princes - Rurik, Oleg, Igor, Vladimir, Yaroslav the Wise - they were more moderate, then after the death of Mstislav came really troubled times. Russia was torn to pieces by various ethnic groups.
Wounds are the beginning of the end. If the government lacks a strong, intelligent and self-assured ruler, capable of suppressing a rebellion and pacifying the discontented, the power disintegrates and ceases to exist. What happened afterwards with Kievan Rus.