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Can We Afford World War III

by Uttam Gill (writer), BOMBAY(MUMBAI), May 30, 2012

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One event leads to another and the sequence of events as of now, if we compare it with that of pre WW II events, we would notice a striking similarity. Through history, I read the writings on the wall

Intriguing part of the functional democracies of the world can be seen in macabre display of resenting outburst of politicians. Such outbursts never go unnoticed. These are alarming signals. In the multiplicity of outrageous behavior, somewhere deep seated impatience is transiting, to unleash anger. It is not only in functional democracies but also, where, dictators/despots/regimes are governing. Their, subject’s aspirations are taken as threat by them. The destabilizing turn of events round the globe, graphically points the emerging uneasiness between the subjects and rulers.

In the given conditionality things are shaping. The erroneous perceptions to deal with critical issues are not fetching the desired results. The patterns of the happening around the world are prelude to the emerging world. So far, world is failing to address the issues. In our archaic beliefs, we hold our destructions but from the archives we can learn lessons.

Where the statesmanship gone? We are not able to lift ourselves from redundant tools of domestic governance and international diplomacy. An unaddressed domestic crises and unmanageable economic crises may lead to increase in nationalism and militarism.

The hard lining of masses and the rulers is not a good sign. In such scenario fascist forces would rally around the dejected and depressed masses to strengthen their cause and would surely leave no opportunity to take over the reign of any country at the first instance. The humiliated and depressed masses can turn into formidable force of destruction with dose of nationalism and militarism.

One event leads to another and the sequence of events as of now, if we compare it with that of pre WW II events, we would notice a striking similarity. Through history, I read the writings on the wall.

When events unfold intentions are revealed. Apparently the minor conflicts may not invite due attention but this must be understood, that such conflicts in many part of the world are the sinews for captive audience. Audience in masses with their collective emotions, synergies the conditions for the infectious doctrine to facilitates the major conflict.

Fascist doesn’t believe in perpetual peace; for them any treaty is just a piece of paper. No matter what we do in appeasing them by way of treaties or negotiations, it won’t work. The only possible way is to explicitly show our intentions at the earliest to the draconian forces that we have our muscles to flex. Slight relaxation or hesitation for not doing so, would result into catastrophe.

One of the contributory factors that caused WWII was ‘Depression of 1930s’. And this time ‘Recession’ would lead us to major conflict, which can be much more destructive and bloodier. We need to gear up to contain the fascist, for them to make any use of the destabilizing impact of Recession. CAN WE AFFORD WW III



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Uttam Gill is a writer for BrooWaha. For more information, visit the writer's website.
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By Barbara MacDonald on May 30, 2012 at 03:02 pm

"One event leads to another and the sequence of events as of now, if we compare it with that of pre WW II events, we would notice a striking similarity. Through history, I read the writings on the wall."...GOD HELP US ALL IF WE DO NOT SEE THE WRITING ON THE WALL...well said Uttam...this scares the hell out of me...let us pray and take due diligence...

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By ColonialBoy on May 30, 2012 at 07:25 pm

Uttam, you are certainly correct - I don't feel I'm familiar enough w/European local politics to comment about the EU, but 2012 America is frighteningly similar to the Weimar Republic of the mid- to late 1920's! Like Germany after WW1, America's economy is in shambles, many people are out of work, personal investments have been made worthless by real estate/stock market losses, inflation is high, and its military is being dismantled. Mobs are going about smashing, looting, and burning shops, and beating and/or burning other people. All you need to do is replace "Die Juden" with "the Rich" and you would nearly have an exact match! The only difference I see is that we're doing this to ourselves, where before it was outsiders that destroyed the German economy.

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By Uttam Gill on May 31, 2012 at 10:47 am

Yes Barb, let's hope good sense prevails and the world take due diligence.

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By Uttam Gill on May 31, 2012 at 10:52 am

Thanks colonial boy for your inputs…I reiterate, that what's going on in entire world is certainly very alarming

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