It’s HAPPENING! North Korea Just Started The Conflict – This Is Not Good! – DAILY NEWS



It’s HAPPENING! North Korea Just Started The Conflict – This Is Not Good!
North Korea threatened Sunday to sink the U.S. nuclear-powered submarine deployed to South Korean waters.
“The moment the USS Michigan tries to budge even a little, it will be doomed to face the miserable fate of becoming an underwater ghost without being able to come to the surface,” North Korea’s major propaganda outlet Uriminzokkiri warned.
The Michigan, a nuclear-powered, guided-missile submarine, arrived Tuesday in the port city of Busan, the same day North Korea celebrated the 85th anniversary of the founding of the Korean People’s Army.

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  1. The Justification of
    Conflict and Pragmatism

    From the beginning of
    human civilization in the distance past has been the inescapable
    tendency of human societies to wage conflict against one another and
    this inherent aspect of the human condition has always been a grim
    and tragic part of human civilization. But from the beginning of
    humanities capacity to wage war against each other has also been many
    different justifications which gives both sides of any conflict a
    logical or idealistic reason to engage in the most destructive aspect
    of the human condition. A historically important and significant
    nation state was the Empire of Rome: a nation state that conquered
    much of the known world through military conquest. Rome based their
    warlike tendencies on the justification of civilizing a barbaric
    world and this logical reasoning led Rome to annexing many other
    nation states into the growing Roman Empire. Now in the Twentieth
    century many democratic countries found themselves once again
    committing their nations to this destructive cause of nations though
    the logical justification such nations used to justify their part in
    such conflicts was a justification based on morality or ethics. That
    when a democratic and free nation was either forced into a war or had
    initiate conflict they would often base their involvement in such
    conflicts on moral notions such as fighting against totalitarian
    practices such as Communism or where justified as an attempt to oust
    tyrants. But this simplistic justification often overlooked the fact
    that many of the practices to win such conflicts involved the deaths
    of countless civilians or ignoring the sovereignty of smaller nations
    and imposing the will of larger nations on them. The problem with
    using morality to justify conflict is that many of the actions
    nations must commit themselves to are highly destructive and result
    in untold human suffering. That war is always going to be a
    fundamental aspect of the conduct of nations at times, but reasoning
    that such wars are about ethics or morality ignores all the inherent
    human carnage and destructive impact such wars are responsible for. A
    pragmatic view would be that instead of justifying such conflicts on
    ethics or morality is to understand the real factors which inflame
    the passions of nations and try to deduce what issues foment such
    inevitable conflicts be it either financial, political or
    ideological. That instead of seeing the world in terms of good and
    evil, see it in terms of competing interests and commit to a view
    that it is to the benefit of all nations and their people to maintain
    and preserve global stability. That wars of aggression are inherently
    immoral, but when a nation commits itself to the cause of war then
    truly try to understand what reasons are responsible for such
    conflicts and try to understand what factors are behind such
    hostilities.

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