Mangala God of War & Empire



Mangala pondered:

How swiftly the Americans change. From fearful anticipation of war to come to a fear-inspiring cheer amid the charge to Baghdad to confused misunderstanding of events in a fallen capital to disgust over the ugly tasks of war's aftermath to--disinterest.

When the quest for political power and the bared breast of a singing goddess outshine the daily drudgery of occupation, then all will know that the Americans have returned to normalcy.

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