Desmond Last A Writer for World Peace
Yes there will be Peace but not in the immediate future. There can be no Peace whilst we allow Evil to co-exist with those who are not Evil. We also cannot live in Peace with each other whilst children starve to death and die in conflicts.
To rid ourselves of Evil we must fight, defeat and vanquish those who live by Evil’s Doctrine.
I will explain it this way; Many of us would agree that our elected Governments have made a mess of our World. The majority of us would hope that eventually we will elect Leaders who have the ability to work together to produce a World at Peace. But what of those who do not believe that mankind in total can be harmonious and that Governments are not able to govern because the electoral system gives away too much choice.
They too want a World at Peace but for them that most come from Domination not Democracy.
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Absolutely. The state of change is our life’s. We may say that ‘everyday is the same old same old’ but in fact as we get older the rate of change surprisingly increases not decreases. This is because our minds reduce boundaries as we get older and therefore we are so much more aware of change.
The Climate is also in constant change and accelerates that change exponentially – leading to a state of critical mass in which the climate and environmental pressures can no longer be contained in equilibrium and so the constant is climate change – a whirl storm of constant uncontrolled force which has no parameters and hence cannot be foretasted.
So too any Government State is in constant change. Never has a Government or an ‘era’ been able to withstand its own failure be it of social justice or economics.
The harder a Government tries to stop change the more powerful become the forces opposing it.
Which is why one day a blatant attempt to act ‘illegally – legally’ by both the U.K and Australian Governments in regard to the truth of their cover up of certain illegal research groups will one day promote their downfall.
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World Peace is subjective. To a child who was moments before sitting chuckling to herself as she amused her imagination with her tatty and dust laden angel who had promised her that all the dreams she could ever had would come true, it was very subjective. After her chuckling came a sound she had never heard before. It was loud, very loud. If pain could be given a name then that was the sound she heard. Her Angel was gone. Instead two mangled bleeding bloody legs remained. She was a victim of collateral damage – that is the term the Generals use so that they don’t scare their own children.
To the Prime Minister or President who ordered the bombing attack World Peace was also subjective. But he or she never felt the pain or the fear whilst in the Vatican shaking hands with the Pope.
I have used the illustration above to show that World Peace is indeed subjective. If you are a victim of the lack of World Peace then your view is very different to those who are not,
War does not innovate. All it does is speed up the rate of technology change that produces more weaponry to kill us with. More weapons are developed in so-called Peacetime than in major conflicts.
World Peace will provide the People of the World with the opportunity to live lives of mutual self-respect. Unfortunately at the moment it is unlikely to occur.
Until the United Nations is reformed to ensure that no sides are taken by all the members of an enlarged Security Council in any conflict then we will never have World Peace.
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It is not an easy question to answer as Climate Change is increasingly beginning to affect the decisions made about our future.
Example. Would you invest in a new fruit farm in California?
Would you build a high-rise on a low-lying coastal area?
Would you increase the Federal Budget for flood and bush-fire damage?
It does not matter if you agree that Climate Disasters are man-made or not you still have to plan for the increase in Climate Disasters.
Therefore, any technology has to take Climate Change into account.
I would say any technology that is related to Disaster Management and Control, any to do with water and food production and any technology that involves Civil Defense will all be in demand.
As for the subject ‘World Peace’, without technology advances in the areas I have just described I believe the possibility of World Peace to be increasingly remote without them.
Climate Disasters will increase in frequency and in magnitude causing vast movements of people – we are already seeing a yearly increase in movements of people affected by Climate Disasters. Countries will seek to manage their borders in order to ensure that food and water is available for their own citizens.
This could lead to an increase in regional Conflicts and perhaps even a constant state of ‘World Conflict’.
If we want World Peace we must be able to address the ‘conflict of interests’ that will occur with Climate Change and for that we will need technologies that will provide, food, water and shelter.
By providing a ‘World Legal Unified International Organisation’. This would be given a renewable mandate by the World to ensure any conflict which immediately puts at risk the safety of civilians and related infrastructure is immediately brought to an immediate end by overwhelming force.
It would be comprised of the relevant region military and would be under one command which does not take any side in the conflict.
If we cannot reform the United Nations to provide a Peace Mandate and the organization to enforce it then we should disband the U.N and form a new Organisation which will ensure Peace in the World.
The Organisation that will be required to enforce the peace Mandate would not be a massive military force that spends all its time marching up and down.
It would be a leadership and logistics organization which would use the relevant military.
This is the only way we will ever get World Peace and an end to terrorism.
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For me personally World Peace is a practical achievable state of World Affairs.
My solution for World Peace is simple and available;
To achieve World Peace we either reform the United Nations or replace it with the following Mandate.
‘To achieve World Peace a renewable World Mandate is required for a Legal Unified Overwhelming World Force, under a single command and without taking sides, to bring to an immediate end by all means available any conflict which immediately threatens the people and stability of the Country and Region involved’.
However, we live in a World where Governments do what is best to keep them in Political Power and not what is best for the World.
Therefore, until such times as such a Mandate exists without the veto then World peace is a fantasy.
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There is a problem and that is that Peace can not be obtained by Peace. I wish it were not so but unfortunately Peace will only be obtained by the use of a Democratic Unified Legal Overwhelming Force – in effect what the United Nations was intended to be and has seldom ever been.
It is a parallel as to why true Socialism will never exist except as a dream for those who seek to achieve it. Not everybody is honest, unselfish, principled and loyal to a cause. In order to co-exist we must rid the World of Evil and that as God, Jesus and the Prophet Muhammad know is not an easy task.
Before we can achieve Peace, as otherwise mankind will destroy itself, we must first ensure we all want Peace.
To do that the enforced promotion of the culture of Peace must begin in the place which has in modern times sought so hard to bring Peace; the United Nations.
If we cannot achieve Peace through a Culture of informed dialogue then we must obtain Peace by force.
We must remove the barriers to Peace that exist to further Nation’s vested self-interest and promote instead a Conflict resolution that has the world’s mandate to stop any conflict by any means available and without taking sides.
Until we are able to stop all conflicts with the World’s Mandate for Peace then there can be no culture of ‘Peace for Peace’.