Inhumanity of war

First we should know what is war? We can say that Open armed conflict between countries or groups within a country. For example: World War II.

Firstly, we need to understand the immorality and inhumanity of war. We need to understand that war causes many more problems than it solves. That it prevents us from working together to solve the very real problems of our world such as pollution, homelessness and hunger. War is a very poor solution that marginalizes and hurts mostly innocent civilians and children.

Secondly, we need to bring up our children to share with everyone and to be noncompetitive. For our kindly loving nature to develop we need to allow that we are animals and as children, we need the undivided loving attention from skilled mothers and unlimited breast nurturing for at least 2 years. We need to implement what the most peaceful societies on earth have done. What I have shared are some of the practices of these societies. We need really seriously look at what is known about peaceful societies of the past and present and implement their practices.

finally, we can say there are advantages and disadvantages in every war.  In the Revolutionary war, there were many advantages and disadvantages of either side.  For example:  America and Britain both had different things working for them or against them; many of these things were very significant by the end of the war.   Although both sides had various advantages and disadvantages, America’s advantages are more important than those of the British. In the war, America had many things working for them, including knowledge of the land, quick admission to supply lines, aid from abroad, and the motivation of fighting for a cause.

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