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A War Free World

By Okezie Adindu and Rose Kendall

The history of the human race has been characterized by near endless war. We have struggled for dominance since before the first coins were minted and the first drop of oil was drawn from the Earth. We have since continued this path.

A brief review of Karl Marx economic monogenic cause of war, tells you that man is in constant opposition with each other in other to gain dominance of the means of resources. You can justify it to be economy, religion, politics or ethnicity, but unanswered question is why is he always in constant opposition? I think is because he is suffering from dominant psychic, and that is the animosity in him that he has not conquered even with the so-called modernity.  

The dominant Psychic is the animosity in man that made him selfish.

Karl Marx wrote.

Karl Marx, who lived from 1818-1883, a German philosopher, sociologist, and economist has been always attributed the chief proponent of conflict theory. In explaining reason why society has been characterized by war he, fractalized economic determinism, and argued that poverty is not a natural phenomenon but monster created by the bourgeoisie to constantly be in control of the workers. The economic system in vogue and fight to who controls this means of resources generate endless conflicts. To Marx the evolutionary transition of man from primitive classless society, to classed society made conflict naturally inevitable. The fight between the master and slave, the oppressors and the oppressed, the plebeians and patricians became a social reality. This fight often leads to the revolutionary of reconstitution of the society or to the common ruin of the contending class.

Please intention was not to elaborate Marx work, there are many literatures that expatiate Marx work very well, we only extrapolate from his economic monogenic cause of war.

Anthropologist who did archeological study of man’s evolutionary process maintained that the remarkable difference between the early man and modern man is in the neurological capacity, man’s ability to think and manipulate his environment. But it seems like the biological evolutionist who concentrated on the biological characteristics of man and the social evolutionist who focus on how society has changed over time shy away from diagnosing man from his mental illness.

Since no stage of society exist been war autarkic, every societal evolution has been characterized with brutal war, the nature, cause and time of these wars are monogenic. Man is suffering from dominant psychic.

The dominant psychic here is use to explains the animosity in man that always give him the urge to impose control. He is a creature of desire who will always want to have his way. His has evolved with this illness and modified it with the evolutionary trend.

He has indulged in conspiracy of shyness. He manipulated religion, politics and economy to justify his mental illness. He shied away from the reality, and it has never and will never be religion, politics or economy but only his selfish nature which he has hold on.

This what his stupidity did to him in the days of old.

He calls it religious War!

A religious war or holy war (Latin: bellum sacrum) is a war primarily caused or justified by differences in religion. In the modern period, debates are common over the extent to which religious, economic, or ethnic aspects of a conflict predominate in a given war. According to the Encyclopedia of Wars, out of all 1,763 known/recorded historical conflicts, 123, or 6.98%, had religion as their primary cause, and of that percentage, 65, or 53.66%, were related to Islam and Christianity.[1]Matthew White's The Great Big Book of Horrible Things gives religion as the cause of 13 of the world's 100 deadliest atrocities. In several conflicts including the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, the Syrian civil war, and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, religious elements are overtly present but variously described as fundamentalism or religious extremism—depending upon the observer's sympathies. However, studies on these cases often conclude that ethnic animosities drive much of the conflicts.


 A sample scene of the Taiping Rebellion. The   rebellion is considered to be the deadliest religious war in human history

Some historians argue that what is termed "religious wars" is a largely "Western dichotomy" and a modern invention from the past few centuries, arguing that all wars that are classed as "religious" have secular (economic or political) ramifications. Similar opinions were expressed as early as the 1760s, during the Seven Years' War, widely recognized to be "religious" in motivation, noting that the warring factions were not necessarily split along confessional lines as much as along secular interests.

According to Jeffrey Burton Russell, numerous cases of supposed acts of religious wars such as the Thirty Years War, the French Wars of Religion, the Sri Lankan Civil War, 9/11 and other terrorist attacks, the Bosnian War, and the Rwandan Civil War were all primarily motivated by social, political, and economic issues rather than religion.

 Christianity and violence, Crusades, and European wars of religion

in early Christianity, St. Augustine's concept of just war (bellum iustum) was widely accepted, but warfare was not regarded as a virtuous activity and expressions of concern for the salvation of those who killed enemies in battle, regardless of the cause for which they fought, was common.] According to historian Edward Peters, before the 11th century Christians had not developed a concept of "Holy War" (bellum sacrum), whereby fighting itself might be considered a penitential and spiritually meritorious act. During the 9th and 10th centuries, multiple invasions occurred which lead some regions to make their own armies to defend themselves and this slowly led to the emergence of the Crusades, the concept of "holy war", and terminology such as "enemies of God" in the 11th century.


See him display his stupidity.

The St. Bartholomew's Day massacre of French Protestants, 1572

During the time of the Crusades, some of those who fought in the name of God were recognized as the Milites Christi, soldiers or knights of Christ. The Crusades were a series of military campaigns that took place during the 11th through 13th centuries against the Muslim Conquests. Originally, the goal was to recapture Jerusalem and the Holy Land from the Muslims, and support the besieged Christian Byzantine Empire against the Muslim Seljuq expansion into Asia Minor and Europe proper. Later, Crusades were launched against other targets, either for religious reasons, such as the Albigensian Crusade, the Northern Crusades, or because of political conflict, such as the Aragonese Crusade. In 1095, at the Council of Clermont, Pope Urban II raised the level of war from bellum iustum ("just war"), to bellum sacrum ("holy war"). In 16th-century France there was a succession of wars between Roman Catholics and Protestants (Hugenots primarily), known as the French Wars of Religion. In the first half of the 17th century, the German states, Scandinavia (Sweden, primarily) and Poland were beset by religious warfare in the Thirty Years War. Roman Catholicism and Protestantism figured in the opposing sides of this conflict, though Catholic France did take the side of the Protestants but purely for political reasons.

The Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa, known in Arab history as the Battle of Al-Uqab (معركة العقاب), took place on 16 July 1212 and was an important turning point in the Reconquista and in the medieval history of Spain. The forces of King Alfonso VIII of Castile were joined by the armies of his Christian rivals, Sancho VII of Navarre, Pedro II of Aragon and Afonso II of Portugal in battle against the Berber Muslim Almohad conquerors of the southern half of the Iberian Peninsula

Abyssinian–Adal war.

The Abyssinian–Adal war was a military conflict between the Abyssinians and the Adal Sultanate from 1529 until 1559. The Imam Ahmad ibn Ibrahim al-Ghazi (nicknamed Gurey in Somali and Gragn in Amharic (ግራኝ Graññ), both meaning "the left-handed") came close to extinguishing the ancient realm of Abyssinia, and forcibly converting all of its surviving subjects to Islam; the intervention of the European Cristóvão da Gama, son of the famous navigator Vasco da Gama, attempted to help to prevent this outcome but was killed by al-Ghazi.

See him display his stupidity.

    See him display his stupidity.    

Abyssinian–Adal war broke out in the Horn of Africa after the arrival of the Portuguese Empire in the region.

 However, both polities exhausted their resources and manpower in this conflict, allowing the northward migration of the Oromo into their present homelands to the north and west of Addis Ababa.  Many historians trace the origins of hostility between Somalia and Ethiopia to this war. Some historians also argue that this conflict proved, through their use on both sides, the value of firearms such as the matchlock musket, cannons, and the arquebus over traditional weapons.

That is what he did to himself in the days of old. He builds and destroy, created religion for himself as a tool to destroy. He justifies all the cruelty and brutality as a crusade for God and when ask him where is the God and why are you holding brief for him he said is what the book says. He has held himself in this cage for a long time.

He modified his stupidity.

Now he said I am modernized. Yes! because the evolution is continuing and as pointed early the neurological capacity of man will be in a constant change, but his modernization has modified his stupidity, he has not taken out cerebral animosity in him.

This is what he has done.



Images showing his intellectuality, which he has channeled to stupidity, he lay claim is modernization, nothing but modification of his stupidity. It was not necessary, it for hunting animals, or predators, rather for man to his follow man. Watch him in Syria. See him display his product of stupidity:He his killing himself in thousands in Syria with the same innovations he claimed he has gotten, he is stupid.

see him rapped like wood, my heart is bleeding. Only a second decision all this will not have happen



 What was his offence? See him in the cage of frustration. He his stupid.

Homeless and hopelessness.

The estimates of deaths in the Syrian Civil War, per opposition activist groups, vary between 367,965 and 560,000. On 23 April 2016, the United Nationals and Arab League Envoy to Syria put out an estimate of 400,000 that had died in the war. He is killing one another for nothing than to satisfy his animosity.

He has displaced himself and wonders without home and hope. The humanitarian crises in Syria as identified by United Nation (UN) refugees of the Syria Civil War in 2016, from estimated pre-war population of 22million, that 13.5 million Syrians requiring humanitarian assistance, of which more than 6 million are internally displaced within Syria and around 5 million are refugees outside of Syria.  

 researchers can theorize as to what is causing the hostility in Syria, call it politico-religious war, nothing more than his stupidity.  

See him display his idiotism in Lydia.

Lybia Civil War.15 February -23 October 2011.

The First Libyan Civil War, also referred to as the Libyan Revolution or 17 February Revolution, was an armed conflict in 2011 in the North African country of Libya fought between forces loyal to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi and those seeking to oust his government.  The war was preceded by protests in Zawiya on 8 August 2009 and finally ignited by protests in Benghazi beginning on Tuesday, 15 February 2011, which led to clashes with security forces that fired on the crowd. The protests escalated into a rebellion that spread across the country, with the forces opposing Gaddafi establishing an interim governing body, the National Transitional Council.  He killed and injure over 100,000

 He did this to himself, with his so-called modernization. Just look at him, he builds and destroy, only for one reason, to gain control. Ask him what he has done, immediately he justifies his action either with religion, politics, ethnicity or economy. Why are you like this? Why have we allowed the animosity to grow with us? Please the cage can be broken, and we all can escape from den of animosity.




He claimed he is a terrorist. He kills and destroy. Ask him why? Quick response ‘’fighting, killing and ready to be killed for God. See him display his animosity.

He said I am Boko-Haram in Nigeria.


Take a good look at what he has done

This isn’t roasted meat. This isn’t wood but human body. Man, why have you allowed yourself to be this foolish? Please let stop killing each other, the world will be a better place for us all, there will not be any need to manufacture arms and aminations.

He is so stupid

Good philosophy should be able to liberate men from the tyrannies of nature and injustice of the world.

Commentators or historians, ancient, classical or modern who justified wars with religion, politics, economy and ethnicity shied away or is ignorant of the truth. The cause of violence and wars is as a result of man’s foolishness.  The world will be a better place when human kind realized that there is no reason to kill each other. The ideology of dominance is a serious psychic illness that man need to deliver himself from. We all can advocate for a free world. World without arms, only ideology of love and respect. We can say, only a second, we can get it right.

This paper may make no sense to a reader. It was not to meant to gather and explain data’s, but only conniving a simple message of love for one another. We should be better than the lower animals. We should be better than the people of the old. The progression is slow,

Let join hand together to make the world a free war world.

Okezie Adindu  Rose Kendall


University of Port Harcourt Rivers State Nigeria  

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