The impact of war is not limited to post-war traumas. It comes, rather, from a relationship between the damages of war, and the sickness and weakness that follow. War destroys thought and distorts man’s perception of reality. These destructive effects are not merely psychological, cultural, and social: they change man’s view of the self, nature, and the other, as if they are left alone on a road. In the worst-case, one can go mad. The world today thirsts for war. The saprozoics are everywhere, making it increasingly difficult and complicated for man to live. The saprozoics make a world of their own: a world in which they now rule.