We have seen much international concern over the nuclear proliferation competitions going on among affluent nations. But this concern is not adequate since it is more motivated and biased. Our focus is on particular countries that are trying to make nuclear weapons. But it sounds a wrong focus because we have almost always remained silent over those ready to strike us with nuclear bombs. We have failed to express our concern regarding the activities of nuclear-rich countries that have tried to manipulate global politics.
We have never discussed about how many peaceful and democratic countries are nuclear powers and what they have been doing as regards nuclear issues. We have never spoken an equal voice that no country in the world must go for manufacturing nuclear weapons.
Instead, we have concentrated on stressing that these and these countries must not be allowed to make nuclear weapons.
When ElBaradei and his UN nuclear inspectors show their prudent patience, we become impatient and pressurize the inspection team to immediately recommend for military actions against the accused countries. We even do not think of waiting for the inspection results.
This has been our democratic culture, a culture of annihilating those who disagree with our ideology and attitude.
But while promoting such monoculture, we are deliberately destroying human civilization because we are trying to destroy the ideological diversity in the world.
Even the members of a single family differ. They have diversity. Even a single person does have diversity in mind that contains intra-conflicts. Those intra-conflicts come out as external differences. When differences among human beings develop as major conflicts, end to them is not a scientific idea because conflict, say thinkers, is an inherent in human nature.
Experts point out the need to utilize conflicts as tools of political, socio-economic and religious-cultural transformation in human society.
But the opposite is happening in our strategies, emphatic of using force to fulfill ambitions while teaching others to adopt peaceful dialogue for dealing with issues.
Moreover, forcing international bodies to act in favor of a few countries has definitely rendered helpless the international agencies meant to serve humanity, peace and progress.
Our brain exercises hard on how to cause sustained starvation of millions of people through long-term restrictions on economic activities and so on. Naked military aggressions have not earned us much prestige; therefore, we try to be more diplomatic in killing more people through slow poison systems.
When we want certain nations to be fragile, we encourage the multiplication and augmentation of their internal conflicts.
Nothing is sure in this world. But one thing is sure that we worsen our nature and character through our own unrefined intentions.