World Police?

Sunday, December 05, 2004


What has happened to the “Mighty Military” of the world’s police? Does it not see the damage done by the Congo War and how it is affecting African countries? War brings about damage to the land, the family, the nation, and more importantly—a significant loss of life. It seems that even though Rwanda is frantically attempting to recover from the harsh killing of 100,000 people in 100 days, there must still be a need for the loss of life. This should not be the case at all. While trying to be the World’s Police, the United States should focus on problems that are indirectly related to them as well. In order to solve a problem and “control” a situation, we must start at the source; the heart of the situation. Africa, the heart of the earth, should not be an unstable body. We should be focusing on how to rebuild Africa and keep it strong. Instead of Rwanda and Uganda trying to build an army, why don’t we step in help Africa as a whole to build a strong education or economic system? The World’s Police should be instilling programs in Africa to aid with the devastating monsters of poverty, disease, and illiteracy just as it is doing in its own country.


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