The global war on terrorism may escalate soon,is it worth it considering consequences unforeseen?
Consequences such as lives lost,global economic depression,pollution, and a number of possible terrible long term problems.Calling ourselves "civilized" all the while and not working on finding a better solution.
No. The "war on terrorism" is a farce. You can't have a war with a concept or an idea. That phrase is just a key for keeping everyone afraid all the time so that they will be lead into senseless wars for profit and won't question it. Until people wake up and see how they are being duped - by govts, by extreme interpretations of religion, by blind nationalism etc. it will continue to be a problem.
I can begin to see the reasoning on how you feel.There is evidence that supports what you believe.,,,namely worldwide plutocracy.
There is also evidence that it's a very real problem.I'm torn between what may be real and what may be an illusion.
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