Meeting at the Munich Security Conference, members of the Quartet emphasize that the status quo cannot continue and urge for steps to a two-state reality.19:09 12.02.16 | 0 comments
Is the mere possession of a weapon, any from the early stone throwers, makes a nation belligerent? Is it in the nature and power of the weapon or the nature and the need for a supremacy are to be blamed for belligerence? At any rate leveling the plain field is something that mitigate the second part: the pultion to be adventuresome. But Soviet Russia was unable to threaten the West just knowing that it will be mutual destruction should they use the Nuclear Option. The same with India and Pakistan. Pretty soon Japan will have to give its industrial nuclear might, in the presence of strengthening China. Now, why not allowing the ME, North African and South African Nations, wherever is possible from the point of view of the current existinf infrastructure and future need for progress, to advocate nuclear option. It is not the gun that kills, it is the gunner; but with the prospetive victim possessing a gun, the perpetrato might have to think twice before threatening anyone, armed. It works on individual level, and also national. The West is trying to protect its hegemony of progress; let the other take part in the advance of humanity, lets not forget: education is the salvation for a possible peaceful world shooting for a future that require everyone's efforts: and that includes advance education.