If you want to persuade me, you have to give me good reason to.
Sorry, not interested in 'persuading' you of anything anymore.
As a last explanation then - the main problem I have with having a conversation with you is that I've followed everything you've said (despite your belief that I haven't, which is your own problem, but shows through in pointless exercises of yours in 'you believe such and such') - your conversation has been greatly erratic, but comprehensible.
On the other hand, you don't comprehend what I've been talking about...which appears to be because of your fixation on your pet theory, your incomprehension of the difference between logic and human nature, and possibly other issues.
The result has been that you have often believed I misrepresented your position - probably every one of which has been a misinterpretation on your part of what I have said (I would have to check - there is always a possibly a did in fact misrepresent you on one or two things, though I don't recall having done so..though that wouldn't change the greater body of the statement).
These 'issues' of your have lead to you misread a great deal of other comments I've made, fail to comprehend how examples tie in, forgotten examples so that you've said 'you didn't give any examples'.
Because you've misunderstood other things, and failed to comprehend others, or maybe because you don't want to deal with the examples (or some other reason), you attempt to take tangents not related to the specific area we were talking about.
I hadn't bothered providing examples of this sort of behaviour by you at the beginning, because you were talking about 'logic' (a just war theory), and I was talking about human nature (human nature has as a general rule, always reigned over logic)...but your misinterpretations became clearer and more concrete, such that believed you were paraphrasing my views, when you were not (and doing so over and over again).
It's not conducive to any cogent conversation....it has been a really bizarre conversation. Eventually, I've become tired of this bizarreness. So thanks again for the conversation, but it's been too odd.