War… • 4 out of 5children die of malnutrition • 2 in 3 people are affected by wars • 95% of all these people are either

homeless, refugees, or are orphans We need world peace. Conflicts are never peaceful; neither are the impacts they cause to society. War injures humanity not only by physical affliction but also by financial instability. War causes a major loss in money to provide for weaponry, shelter and medicinal equipment. The UN states, that a neighbour of any country at war should open their borders to let in refugees or victims of war. However, this could affect the economical development of the said country, as the country has to provide medicine, shelter and food for these refugees. This uses a large amount of their economy of the country; this could reduce or even stop the development of the said county. Furthermore, when a less economically developed country is being bombarded by these immigrants, they can never escape the economic loop of being a poor nation; a relapse no country is willing to experience. World peace should be attained for the well-being and survival of mankind. I believe that one in five wars is a direct result of corrupt leaders, for example, most of the eastern countries like Egypt, Libya and Syria. Out of 22 Arab Countries, five have had uprisings, one has had major clashes followed by a severe and ongoing conflict, where as others have had small encounters with their rulers and been successful in overthrowing their dictators. Whilst the citizens of the country are rebelling against their so called ‘leaders’, they are just trying to get their voices heard. Throughout this year despite all the corruptions only two countries have got rid of their leaders: Egypt and Tunisia. Other leaders, regardless of the rebelling and the media interference, are still in control of their country. War comes down to the decisions of superiors or rulers, members of the government. It comes down to that one person that causes all this suffering, corruption and injustice. Is war a necessary evil? In a perfect world, there would be no war. So why it is that war occurs? No one wins in war because the results are catastrophic. There are many reasons why war occurs in many places. of the world they may be all suffering from injustice or discrimination, they could be either due to: -Religious differences -Society disagreements -Racism -Revenge -Inequality in societies -For land use There are endless amounts of reasons why wars occur but all of them have no result other than death, suffering, and grieving. Through this blindness how

is it that we are able to divide the innocent from the enemy? All people look the same and speak the same languages. So what is it that truly defines us as individuals? War doesn’t just happen, it takes place for a reason; but is that reason worth thousands of people dying? Is it worth that economic relapse? In this world there are a range of selfish and arrogant people who would turn a blind eye to the aftermath of what they’ve caused such as countries like Egypt and Libya. Colonal Gaddafi refuses to step down as he thinks he is ‘loved’ by his Libyan people, despite the ongoing suffering in his country. No good comes out of evil. War is a dominating mentality-fuelled by anger, differences and greed. War affects people in a lot of different ways, such as soldiers being displaced from their families. War happens mostly due to human greed: the want for more wealth and power. They achieve this by conquering lands or nations. Usually wars happen in a dictatorship or a totalitarian state, it happens for the self satisfaction of those in power, to fulfil their own personal desires. There is no argument that war is not a good aspect of life; it is humanity at its worst. Therefore the answer is obvious that humans ourselves should find a peaceful resolution: a way to bring this world to peace. Imagine a world without starvation, arrogance and corruption; wouldn’t that be the ideal utopia for this world for us and future generations? Peace is a state in which fear of any kind is unknown. Peace is a gift in which we give to ourselves then to others. We cannot change our differences our pasts but we can change how we feel about it we can overturn our guilt and believe in fogginess. Tear out arrogance and humility. Exchange hate for love. Make the present comfortable and the future promising.

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