- Why did everyone start to hate the Russians if the U.S. did the same thing in Afghanistan, Iraq?
- What needs to be corrected in the management of Russia first?
- Why did Blaise Pascal become a religious man at the end of his life?
- How do I know if a guy likes you?
- When they say "one generation", how many do they mean?
It is necessary to show its insignificance, cruelty and coldness. Ask yourself, what are we fighting for?!
We are considered the highest intelligence on earth, and we do things that defy reason. Dolphins and wolves do not kill each other, which indicates their intelligence. We have a lot to learn from animals. They are smarter, wiser, and have lived here much longer.
Fight for a piece of land, an idea, or to demonstrate your power, which could be more stupid.
“The war. War does not change” (c), and for some reason humanity, too, like a capricious child, is moving nowhere, it is not an abyss, but much worse, it is oblivion in the illusion of its own significance; for ten thousand years we have not learned anything new, our perception has not changed significantly, people are just animals and the saddest thing is that we have atomic weapons. The more interesting question is why are we still alive?
War is primarily needed by suppliers of weapons that earn money during the war, and by powers that do not participate in this war, since they develop faster in comparison with others, this development reaches its apogee in the post-war period, when such countries distribute loans to countries that are impoverished because of the war, in turn increasing their influence( the United States after World War II). I would also like to mention countries with limited resources, for which war is a way out of this situation.
War is the solution of any tasks with the use of armed violence, with the use of equipment, weapons and organized forces. As a rule, political tasks are solved, such as seizing power, territory, and resources. The fight against terrorism is the same struggle for power, resources, and territory. The war for freedom and independence is also a war for power, territory, and resources. There are various types of warfare without the use of weapons, for example: economic, ideological, or information warfare, which uses specific equipment, forces, and means (technologies). For example: sanctions. There is a Western definition, philosophy and theory of war. The founder is Nicolo Machiavelli. As an example, of course, Clausewitz, his work “On War”: “So, war is an act of violence aimed at forcing the enemy to fulfill our will.” There is an Eastern view of war. The best example is Sun Tzu's treatise ” The Art of War “(by the way, it is always studied in educational institutions of the US Navy). “1. Sun Tzu said: war is a great cause for the state, it is the soil of life and death, it is the path of existence and death. This needs to be understood. 2. Therefore, it is based on five phenomena, it is weighed by seven calculations and this determines the position.”
To answer your question, I would say this: there are still a lot of forces, groups, and states in the world that are not able to negotiate and reach compromises. It is impossible to negotiate with people who believe that their nation (race) is better than others or their religion is more correct than others, so they have the right to live, receive benefits, manage resources, peace, etc., but other people, classes, peoples, states do not. We haven't really grown out of barbarism yet, it's just that the batons have changed…
For the redistribution of material goods. It is needed by the person in whose favor they will go. Everyone else doesn't need it, of course. Although there is still a solution to the problem of overpopulation, but it boils down to the same redistribution of benefits, in the end.