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Will mankind always create wars or will we develop a new way of resolving confli

  1. iwriteforyou profile image72
    iwriteforyouposted 5 years ago

    Will mankind always create wars or will we develop a new way of resolving conflict ?

  2. profile image0
    JThomp42posted 5 years ago

    As long as there is Man there will be wars and rumors of wars. There are just too many differences and opinions and too much hate for no reason. Religion, I think being the main factor.

  3. SportsBetter profile image77
    SportsBetterposted 5 years ago

    Wars are created by leaders.  All the wars the US has been in were manipulated to get the people to support them. 

    The government either makes up a fake story, has prior knowledge to an attack and allows it to happen, or causes it through policing the world.

    But George Carlin once said, " I blame the troops for showing up"

    1. SportsBetter profile image77
      SportsBetterposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      WW1 we sent the Lusitania into German warzone.  WW2 we knew about Pearl Harbor.  Vietnam we staged a fake attack (Gulf of Tonkin).  We installed many dictators around the world. 9/11 is questionable but Govt probably knew.

  4. Nick Hanlon profile image60
    Nick Hanlonposted 5 years ago

    There are far less wars than there we're 20,30,40 or even 50 years ago.I suggest you go to Strategypage where they talk non-stop about this stuff.The world is slowly becoming more open,less dictatorial and more educated.Slowly that is.We are enjoying the longest period of peace between the great powers in over 400 years.This is as good as it gets.

  5. OldSkoolFool profile image59
    OldSkoolFoolposted 5 years ago

    No, Wars cost money. The need for money causes commerce. The business of War is what keeps you in one of the top countries in the world, and overall "what you would call safe".

    There has been war by all creatures in the world, especially man.

    The only way war will end, if there was no need for basic extended survival needs (food, shelter, medicine, etc.)

    Then maybe, just maybe there may not be a need for War.

 
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