The weapons industry stands accused - WIC


Danellandia proposes all organizations and individuals that fight against weapons and for peace to join forces and to ask Unicef to start a case before the International Court of Justice of the United Nations against the weapons industry. Why Unicef? Because its aim is to make a better world for all children wherever. Our children want a world that is safe for them to live in. A world with no or less weapons would make for such a better world. Educating people not to use weapons would largely contribute to peace. The weapons industry is very powerful and a large employer. But the resources spent on weapons and the destruction of life and material should be used to invest in constructive activities like education, Nature care, development aid, social welfare... Workers in the weapons industry could be retrained for positive jobs. The satisfaction gained from these jobs is much higher than from jobs leading to the destruction of lives and Nature. Below is a basic statement of the case against the weapons industry. CHARGES making lethal weapons living on destruction and death contributing to death and injuries being guided by greed inciting people to use violence facilitating the killing and injuring of people facilitating the destruction of material ARGUMENTS less weapons would mean less deaths a lot of deaths are not related to (self)-defence weapons are used to kill and not solely to defend a weapons culture contributes to deaths DAMAGES deaths and injuries to people destruction of material SENTENCE 50% of Research & Development in the arms industry: to be invested in peace promotion, starting in education and in conflict analysis and resolution to be invested in life protection activities to be invested in the help of victims to be invested in Nature care AIM making the production and use of lethal weapons obsolete making this world a world of human values

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