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 @9HDSZK7from British Columbia answered…6mos6MO

I don't think that there will ever be a time when the human race will experience complete world peace.

 @9HN5ZG3New Democraticfrom Ontario answered…5mos5MO

Since the human race is complicated the likelihood of that happening is very low.

 @9HD9MZVfrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

No. History repeats itself all the time. War will always exist because we are humans. War will exist for all kinds of reasons such as self defence, greed, gaining property etc. It is in our nature to seek war.

 @9HDS3P9from Alberta answered…6mos6MO

Probably not with the world leaders we get, but maybe some time in the far away future we could

 @9HXNQ68New Democraticfrom Ontario answered…4mos4MO

eventually everyone will have weapons of mass destruction and no wars would be able to happen without the planet wiping out itself

 @9J4CK2Qfrom Ontario disagreed…4mos4MO

As technology advances, there will be better and better ways to defend and counter attacks from said weapons of mass destruction

 @9J45M9Ffrom Ontario agreed…4mos4MO

maybe people will eventually realize that if there IS a nuclear war. NO ONE will come out victorious... because no one will be left...

 @9HXHR3YNew Democraticfrom Ontario answered…4mos4MO

I hope so, we need a time where we can resoulve our problems with words, not weapons.

 @9J3KJMK from Ontario disagreed…4mos4MO

I believe it is superficial to have a world where war is obsolete because the world in itself faces hundreds of obstacles. Such as political tensions, cultural differences, grievances, and to mention it is innate for us to feel some aspect of competition and self protection.

 @9HZBZV3from Ontario disagreed…4mos4MO

I don’t ever think the entire world is gonna be against wars and violence especially because we can’t all agree on anything never mind conflicts

 @9HSV7T4from Alberta answered…5mos5MO

 @9HR5PGH from Ontario answered…5mos5MO

We could if our governments didn't fund a genocide because of greed and a lack of concern for human life.

 @9HPLKNGfrom Ontario answered…5mos5MO

No. There will always be a person or people willing to sacrifice either lives or the safety of their country because of personal narcissism and self-glorification.

 @9HLXR29from Ontario answered…5mos5MO

No, I believe war will always exist. War is something that happens a lot today and I can't really see it coming to a end anytime soon.

 @9HL4P67Conservativefrom Ontario answered…5mos5MO

No. There will always be people who work for their own benefit. Wars are caused by the selfishness of a few in power.

 @9HG7TKHLiberalfrom Ontario answered…5mos5MO

I think that war is a never ending cycle and I dont think that our world will ever reach the point of complete peace.

 @9HD4NRNfrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

No, I think that there are too many different types of people in the world, some with severe religious beliefs that will always fight no matter what

 @9HCV2TNfrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

Likely not. Humans are prone to violence and fighting. There will never be a time when war is eradicated.

 @9HDTK2Pfrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

No. War and greed will always play a part in society. I simply hope that we can reach a point where there is no war, however there will always be cases where it is valuable for people to go to war.

 @9HDMVWCanswered…6mos6MO

Not unless the human race is extinct or the government euthanizes all people with "defects", but that is far too extreme and nonsensical. Even with studies with apes we found that just one bad ape is able to cause a total war in the enclosure.

 @9HCRSYRPeople’s from Ontario answered…6mos6MO

No. There will always be conflicts, right and wrong. But We should stop foreign interventionist wars.

 @9HS73CL from Quebec answered…5mos5MO

 @9HH3BRQfrom British Columbia answered…5mos5MO

 @9HF5FF9from Ontario answered…6mos6MO

In my honest opinion, we are already there. The threat of nuclear retaliation has made most direct offensives way too risky. If every country had a stockpile of nukes, no country would invade another country.

 @9HDYNFKfrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

never. human's will always fight for more power, until they realize God is all that matters

 @9HDXGCGfrom British Columbia answered…6mos6MO

There is no need for war. Conflict and fighting is never the best way to solve a problem, but there are leaders of the world with different values and may think otherwise. So, no, humanity may never reach a point where there is no war, as there will almost always be a handful of people who think that force and violence is the best way to solve things.

 @9HGGJ73from Ontario answered…5mos5MO

I don’t think we will ever reach a point where war does not exist. As much as I hate war and conflict, it is sadly a part of life.

 @9HCZV68from Ontario answered…6mos6MO

No because as long as there is greed and its mixed with intelligence, someone will be able to start a war.

 @9HX66QSfrom Washington answered…4mos4MO

Yes, I feel that a large part of the world has become much more peaceful as it has become more wealthy. We have realized the free market and peace is a superior method for producing wealth in the world. This trajectory will be followed by worlds poor, I hope.

 @9J3YLSZfrom Ontario disagreed…4mos4MO

The world is based on survival and no matter how "peaceful" we've gotten over the years countries and their leaders will always have some sort of problem with other country/leader. Its just human nature.

 @9JYG2DVfrom British Columbia answered…3mos3MO

no war is a natural instinct to humans, as much as its a horror on mankind it only ends when humanity does

 @9JZSGZCfrom British Columbia commented…3mos3MO

Who said war is a natural instinct and we are not humane. Profit, greed , religion and fear fuel war. It’s not an instinct.

 @9HVQ5LWfrom British Columbia answered…5mos5MO

What kind of stupid question is this? Also let’s try to imagine a future where we aren’t senselessly killing innocent people for profit- how about we start there.

 @9HZC9Y8New Democraticfrom Nova Scotia agreed…4mos4MO

I would love a world without war, but it just seems unlikely. The fact that there are specific war laws and regulations but are not really policed or maintained is ridiculous.

 @9HDP947Liberalanswered…6mos6MO

Though it's an aspirational objective, creating a society free of violence is a difficult and demanding undertaking. Positive outlooks highlight developments in global interconnection, technology, and diplomacy. Difficult global concerns, political interests, and historical patterns are some of the challenges. Notwithstanding these obstacles, major advancements may be achieved by fortifying international institutions, preventing conflicts, and promoting peacebuilding.

 @9JVMF7Wfrom Ontario answered…3mos3MO

Realistically I think that humans are too intelligent and too fast paced to be able to fully let go of violence.

 @9JYLP3Nfrom Quebec disagreed…3mos3MO

we are complicated little monkeys all riddled with internal biases, prejudices and hypocrisies. conflict can and will always arise at some point or another when our values clash too harshly.

 @9JXD6CJfrom Ontario agreed…3mos3MO

Humans are very stubborn people and i think this person is going off a vision that there will alwasy be someone who views the world with older ways and that will almost always cause conflict in the world.

 @9JNBYR8from Nova Scotia answered…3mos3MO

No. There will always be someone that thinks they are superior than others and want to enforce their beliefs on others.

 @9JSLGDKfrom Ontario disagreed…3mos3MO

Everyone will always have different views and opinions, especially about religion. That causes me to believe there will always be war.

 @9JS8GNHfrom Alberta agreed…3mos3MO

There will always be one political leader that thinks they're better then the other, causing the countries to argue over who is better, and could lead to a war, to try to prove who is better then the other.

 @9K5WY64from Ontario answered…3mos3MO

No, unless everyone is united, war is an important factor for both technological and physiological development.

 @9KF2HWL from British Columbia disagreed…3mos3MO

Only 8% of global governments are true democracies. Authoritarianism is still very much alive and as long as this continues, imperialism will follow.

 @9KDLF6Cfrom Ontario disagreed…3mos3MO

There are to many haters in this world. There will always be people who disagree on things and think war is the best way to solve it which sucks.

 @9HQXFMQfrom Ontario answered…5mos5MO

No. War will always be a constant; it has for as long as man was man. Tribes fought fiercely, and planes shot severely. The only way that man will learn war is bad is the hard way; extinction.

 @9HLGDBHfrom British Columbia answered…5mos5MO

No. We get bored, we love to fight. War will change, but it will never vanish.

 @9HJ8VQ3People’sfrom Ontario answered…5mos5MO

I do hope that the human race does reach this goal as it causes so much destruction and more money is also needed to rebuilt and re-establish communities which can be very difficult given certain situations.

 @9HY42NYfrom Ontario answered…4mos4MO

I believe that eventually we can point of no war, however i think there will always be aggression between countries believe of their different beliefs

 @9HTSR9Bfrom Quebec answered…5mos5MO

 @9HPQH3Gfrom British Columbia answered…5mos5MO

If it is a matriarchy, then yes. If people's mental health is prioritized and they heal from trauma, greed, and all their other issues.. then maybe.

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