Universal Peace

  • War can be devastating and it can wreak chaos on entire societies for decades and generations.
  • There is no way that America can make the entire world peaceful or, in fact, any part of the world except America itself.
  • There is no solution for civilization, other than the creation of a world government.

The only way to end wars on earth is democracy. The entire world becoming democratic will mean the end of war and famine forever. Democracies don’t go to war with each other. Countries that provoke global disturbances must be dealt with determinedly. Any nation unleashing military aggression must be punished at once. Aggression must have no alternatives for punishment. Weapons of mass destruction must be demolished.

War is genocide, torture, cruelty, propaganda, dishonesty, and slavery. It is hundreds of thousands of human beings dying years before their time.

War can be devastating and it can wreak chaos on entire societies for decades and generations. And sometimes no good even comes out of long years of fighting and staggering national losses.

War is genocide, torture, cruelty, propaganda, dishonesty, and slavery. It is hundreds of thousands of human beings dying years before their time. It is millions of people separated forever from the ones they loved. It is the destruction of homes for which people worked for decades. It is the end of careers. Other tragedies inevitably trail in the wake of war.

How to end war forever?

Radical actions must be undertaken worldwide by unified efforts. All countries must unite to establish a global security system. It is good to find world leaders to guide peace. Many people oppose war, but don’t know how to take actions to stop it. Most reasonable people want peace and most would readily give their allegiance to a just and reasonable leader, who could end war, to a leader who always have their best interest in mind, a ruler embodied keen wisdom and impeccable insight.

Peace is an occurrence of harmony characterized by the lack of violence, conflict behaviors and freedom from fear of violence. Peace also suggests sincere attempts at reconciliation, the existence of healthy interpersonal or international relationships, prosperity in matters of social or economic welfare, the establishment of equality, and a working political order that serves the true interests of all.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights recognizes that human rights should be protected by the rules of law that just laws which uphold human rights are the necessary foundation of peace and security. Peace is when people are able to resolve their conflicts without violence and can work together to improve the quality of their lives. Peace is when: everyone lives in safety, without fear of threat of violence, and no form of violence is tolerated in law or in practice.

Everyone is for peace. No one is against it. Yet, how we assess whether or not peace is possible in our days? There is no way that America can make the entire world peaceful or, in fact, any part of the world except America itself.

Created to bring world peace, the United Nations appears helpless in preventing bloody conflicts. The UN is failing in its mission. The UN is not a world government. What was not yet tried is a world government.

There is no solution for civilization, other than the creation of a world government. World government is the notion of a common political authority for all of humanity. World government is the only way we will be able to control pollution, manage our limited resources fairly, and prevent destruction of the natural environment. A world government would involve much more than co-operation between nations. It would be an entity with state-like characteristics, baked by a body of law.

The European Union has already set up a continental government for 27 countries, which could be a model.

The European Union has already set up a continental government for 27 countries, which could be a model. The EU has a supreme court, thousands of pages of law, a large civil service and the ability to deploy military force. What we really need is some inspired, enlightened leadership.

All countries should be engaged in the world government with equal power votes. Settle any disputes with obligatory arbitration in World Court. Declare military aggression out of law. Provide the world government with power to impose global peace. It has to happen. In order to prepare a foundation for such global changes in the world order it is necessary to create an International Forum with the most qualified specialists and scientists with international recognition to set goals for the new world government in the areas of:

– Policy for security and peace on the planet;

– Economy that would provide industrial and technological growth;

– Commerce and finances that would provide free trade and credit system for large scale projects of development of all countries;

– Social development, education, healthcare, culture, all aspects for adequate development of nations;

– Environmental protection;

– creating defense alliances in every part of the world that will provide peace and security;

– Development of the Global Constitution that will lay a foundation for the world government.

This way, representatives of different countries will work together, and there is hope that there will be a favorable climate for understanding and for finding solutions to complex international problems. It is the first time that we will have a chance for a global democratic system, where the respect for human rights is not restricted by national borders and where the power of government is not local but global. It is established with the consent of all people. Whether we like it or not, human society is unambiguously globally interconnected. The elimination of the existing barriers between various groups, including national borders, languages, and cultural differences becomes a reality.

If we assume the responsibility for leadership in the world and the development of global affairs, then universal peace and prosperity will be dominant in the xxi century.

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Michael Zilbering

The author was born in Bessarabia(Moldova) and spent his adult life in the Soviet Union. He went through a paiful childhood , miraculously staing alive after years of Nazi concentration camps, where he lost all his family and close relatives. Despite all the hardship, his spirit was not broken.He showed persistence and will-power in the strugle of his future. He successfully combinet his job with studies and earned several degrees mathematics, phisycs,finance and economics. Working at a big industrial company as a CFO, he concurently spent a lot of time and energy on scientific research.As a result, many articles were published in various Soviet economical journals. After being in refusal for ten years, he immigrated to the United States of America in 1989. In USA he published a book"Reflection" by Xlibris and many articles of contemporary political, economic and social outlook.
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