Some people believe that war can be a good method of population control. That war is there to control and make sure population does not over populate. Or the other reason is always create a demand for their goods and services because of the constant destruction of items. This portion of the population has been selected because they are meaningless and worth eradicating the population. These people that make these decision must have proven there is no God. These people would have to know that there is no higher power or God. These people must have proven that there is no God. Because to create death to control population sounds like acting like a God. Because making these horrible decisions they must know they will not be held to accountable for their action by the higher power. Here is the interesting thing, they use this higher power thought to manipulate the unaware or the believers in God or higher power. The cruelty of War is not to help the little people but it is the little people that always must fight these Wars. Maybe not everyone can make it some must fail so other can make it maybe we are the people selected to fail. Plus, what if there was nothing to rebuild what would happen? What kind of a world would we live in if cultures could talk and learn from one another? What if use of natural resources stabilized at a much less then current demand? This does not always have to be about War it can be about neighborhood violence too. The population selected as meaningless these area are where the terrible people live. Plus have a system where the terrible people are always in the news. Just a thought.

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