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When Will Violent Criminal Organizations Get Eradicated from the World?

Certain things will have to happen, before violent criminal organizations are eradicated from the world.

Firstly, if violent criminal organizations are to be eradicated, then the cartels that benefit from violence will have to be dismantled first. This may entail ensuring that only state agencies are involved in the arms business: because so long as that business remains in private hands, the folks behind it will always try to sow strife, so that they can sell more arms.

Secondly, if violent criminal organizations are to be eradicated, then social justice will have to be achieved first. Social justice doesn’t mean ending up with folks who are equal in all respects: people’s achievement will always vary, because different people have different abilities. Social justice does, however, mean that all people should have equal opportunity. It should, for instance, be possible for any person to register a company on, say, the portal, described on this article, without facing undue obstacles: regardless of whether or not the person in question is well connected with the powers that be.

Thirdly, if violent criminal organizations are to be eradicated, then the masses will have to start electing leaders who really care about their interests. Unfortunately, the masses are often fooled by party machinations, ethnic considerations and so on, to end up electing leaders who don’t care about their interests.

Why It Is So Hard to Eradicate Violence Completely In the World

Experience has shown that it is hard to eradicate violence completely in the world. This is a sad reality. We are trying to understand why it is the case.

The first reason as to why it is so hard to eradicate violence completely in the world is in the fact that violence seems (to a certain extent) to be ingrained in our DNAs, as human beings. That is why we tend to be violent, even in situations where it is really unnecessary. If, for instance, you go to www.njmcdirect.com, under the pretext that, for instance, you want to pay for a ticket and then observe happenings carefully, you will notice certain things. You will, for instance, notice that most of the people having to pay fines there are folks who drove violently, mostly in situations where they really didn’t have to.

The second reason as to why it is so hard to eradicate violence completely in the world is in the fact that we are conditioned, from a young age, to view a certain degree of violence as necessary for survival.

The third reason as to why it is so hard to eradicate violence completely in the world is in the fact that (at an international scale), there are folks whose economic fortunes depend on there being violence. Here, we have in mind the arms suppliers and their ilk.

Two Types of Actors Known to Cause Violence in Various Parts of the World

Some two types of actors are known to cause violence in various parts of the world.

The first type of actors who are known to cause violence in various parts of the world is that of ‘state actors.’

The second type of actors who are known to cause violence in various parts of the world is that of ‘non state actors.’

Often though, the distinction between the state actors and the non-state actors is hard to point out. That is because further enquiry often reveals that the so-called non-state actors are actually working at the behest of governments.

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Understanding the Two Key Reasons as to Why People Plan Violence On National Scales

Most of the violence that takes place on national scales (giving rise to wars) isn’t spontaneous. It tends to be planned. A question arises, then as to why people plan such violence.

Now the first reason as to why people plan violence on national scales is the desire to achieve certain political objectives. People have, for instance, been known to use violence to scare members of certain communities into voting in certain ways (or to scare them into desisting from voting altogether).

The second reason as to why people plan violence on national scales is the desire to attain certain economic objectives. One common objective is that of getting a market for weapons: as the folks who constitute the infamous military-industrial complex know that the demand for weapons is likely to go up greatly when there are wars. So, always remember, whenever you see a war taking place, that someone somewhere is benefiting financially. Such people then have the incentive to keep on fanning new wars, in order to keep the cash flowing into their coffers (regardless of human cost).

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