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Kamala Sarup: Human Violence Has To Be Stopped

Human Violence Has To Be Stopped


By Kamala Sarup

There is economic exploitation between the people and the government. All this lofty talk about "natural rights", "rights and equality under violence rule", etc., is propaganda. All this talk about "constitutionality", "legality", "states' rights", etc., is mere propaganda and irrelevant.

The main causes of the human violence is MONEY and power. List of economic grievances of the leaders, businessmen, whose profits were curbed by the politics. Government Ignore them and we miss the main causes of the human violence. To understand its causes we need to talk MONEY. The economic exploitation issue of the human violence is mostly about MONEY, and power.

The point is that the people believe they are being accurately, feared they would be oppressed and subjugated in the near future--and therefore claimed the right to separate from violence and terror.

The current issue of several newspapers where many male youngsters (and a few females as well) got their first glimpse of the essentials of life, is chock full of information about their voice. Now everyone knows violence is an enemy of the life and enemy of the state. Check it out. How human violence are conducted in the old fashioned way.

No matter what, violence has to be stopped.

The magic word is, of course, nuclear material, probably plutonium although enriched uranium is also theoretically possible according to the literature. Most likely is a single device in component parts which are then re-assembled close to the detonation point shortly before detonation. They may use a device which has a secret remote trigger (sends encrypted radio burst signal of readiness and can receive encrypted trigger signal) so that assemblers and "detonators" are turned into vapor by the blast.

The criminals also going to use radioactive waste material (many hospitals and small manufacturing sites en route), chemicals and germs are, of course, really the easiest to produce and conceal. If spread among the "bird flu" affected areas of SE Asia, who would be the wiser.

There is no law to speak of on the route, poor border controls (easily bypassed), a floating pool of refugees and few, if any, countries are signatories to the UN refugee conventions.

This way is made tailor made for International criminal groups black ops. It is invisible to the rest of the world.

So, Every nation should control small arms by monitoring its borders more effectively. We must have mutual cooperation to control illegal arms trade.

Only answer is policy makers and program planners who are serious about a commitment to improving the situation of peace, must begin efforts to understand human violence issues.we should think critically and creatively about political and societal alternatives for dealing with human violence. All political leaders must have a responsibility to develop policies that protect people from violence.

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Kamala Sarup is an editor of peacejournalism.com


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