Why should Britain bomb Syria? Why should Turkey attack Islamic State Militants?

The problem in this world today is that we have an anarchistic chaos of political groups and institutions; each one a law unto themselves. Islamic State, for example, does what it wants irrespective of who suffers as a consequence. We saw the same thing happening in Saddam Husseins reign of tyranny in Iraq. Other countries haplessly caught up in this anarchistic chaos, have both to shudder at the consequences of doing nothing to contain and control the wild and reckless activities of such regimes, and also to shudder at the possible consequences of taking action against such regimes.

Turkey for example, having struck out at Islamic state, immediately had to approach NATO for protection from reprisals arising from that striking out. Other countries including Britain, must be acutely aware that such vigilante policing of international affairs carries with it the setting up of themselves as targets for reprisals the countries that undertake such self-appointed policing.

There is also the matter of the motive behind such vigilante actions on the part of any country or countries. There is no doubt at all that the main motive for America and the Uks vigilante policing of Iraq at the beginning of this century was motivated purely by the desire to retain control of Iraqs oil, so the question has to be raised also: In an anarchistic chaos where the only control of any government or regime is vigilante action on the part of another government or regime, who is going to police the vigilantes?

The system of international defence and control that is proposed in this website, does away both with the need for any nation to take on the responsibility for dealing with the unacceptable behaviour of any other nation or institution, and with it the incurring of any risks of reprisal and retribution, and also at the same time, prevents any such nation from acting in a rapacious and self-serving way, under the guise of dealing with alleged unacceptable behaviour on the part of their intended victims. Thus the anarchistic chaos that presides over international affairs today is brought under civilised control by a truly independent and altruistic universal authority - and about time too.

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 The World's Problems

No-one can solve all the world's problems. To try would be to dissipate one's energies and achieve nothing. The best thing we can do is to focus all our efforts and attention on just one problem and hope our endeavours will make a difference to it. That immediately creates the dilemma of which particular problem to solve. It may be a matter of personal preference, or it may be a matter of perceived priority. Given that the best way to solve a large number of problems is to solve one at a time, which one of the following major international problems would you choose to resolve first?  


        Global warming              Natural disasters
        International terrorism            Deforestation
        Endangered species           Pollution
        Poverty           Child exploitation
        Contaminated drinking water           Illegal drug production
        Oppression of women           Famine
        Overpopulation           Energy crisis
        Economic Crisis           World health problems


It's not an easy choice to make is it? The difficult thing about it is that by selecting one option the others are left neglected and unresolved. The one thing that all these problems have in common is that the more money, resources and manpower you allocate to them the greater improvement you are likely to effect as a result.

Now let us consider another world problem: international conflict and the escalation of arms. This problem is converse to the others in that the more money, resources and manpower you allocate to it the WORSE it gets:- one side engages ten thousand men in battle so the other side engages fifteen; one side spends two million on weapons of mass destruction so the other side spends three. The more armies and weapons there are the more dangerous the world is, and it all has the potential of going up in smoke and achieving nothing except destruction!

If the problem of potential conflict could be resolved to the extent that all this spending on arms and manpower was no longer necessary, then not only would some of the other problems be prevented from happening in the first place, but also all the money, manpower and other resources allocated to (so called) defence would then be freed up and made potentially available to any number of the other world problems we have been talking about.

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Therefore our submission is that given any person can only really devote their attention to solving one major problem in the world, then the preferential choice for that problem should be to attend to the matter of international conflict and world peace, because of the beneficial effect on all the other world problems. That certainly is our choice, and we hope that a sufficient number of people reading this will agree with us:


               I agree that world peace should be the issue of priority to deal with (proceed).

               I prefer to devote my attention to solving one of the other important issues (exit).


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