Militarism: Social Cancer–Cold, Sobering Reality of Undeniable Facts
TRANSCEND MEMBERS, 6 Jan 2020
Fred Dubee – TRANSCEND Media Service
Numbers don’t lie.
1 Jan 2020 – As we start the New Year, it might be worthwhile having a glimpse of what might be assumed to be priorities of one nation and think a bit about the implications for the rest of the world.
Might Does Not Make Right!
“State sovereignty is a goner. Bankism and Military Capitalism rule the world in all respects now.”
“Militaries are the ultimate manifestation of direct, structural and cultural violence—a cancer that must be extirpated from humanity.”
— Antonio C. S. Rosa, M.A. | Editor TRANSCEND Media Service
Prof. Frederick Dubee, an advocate for the United Nations Global Compact since its inception in 2000, is a member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace Development Environment; professor (hc) BGI (formerly the Beijing Genomics Institute); executive director, Global Management Development Institute, Shanghai University; and teaches at the post graduate level in China, Switzerland and Australia. With extensive experience as an international business executive, his research interests focus on the role of business working in partnership with relevant stakeholders to overcome structural violence and accelerate sustainable development. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tags: Geopolitics, Hegemony, International Relations, Military, Military Industrial Complex, Military Supremacy, NATO, Politics, Power, US Military, USA, Violence, War, World
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