In a world that is filled with continued atrocities against man and nature how can an individual survive, let alone prosper? A sobering question considering the complexities of today. The 21st century began with horrific acts of violence against man, continued from the 20th century, destructive acts against nature and the environment. Too often we have witnessed atrocities of unparallel horror against one another only to be left with a world that is still filled hate, bigotry, and a lust for power of control over man, animal, and a wanton disregard for nature and the environment. Governments have become almost obsolete in their attempts to stop the carnage that is plaguing mankind. Most often attempts to curb the violence have been almost futile in their outcomes. What must mankind do to stop the escalation of horrific acts against man and nature? What must happen in order to restore balance in nature before we destroy our very own environment?
The first reaction to these questions is a feeling of tremendous frustration that as individuals there is little one can do. Collectively though, much can be done if nations and populations become more focused on solving and stopping the horrendous acts against man, countries, and nature. It is in this light that the United States, The United Nations and all the rest of the other major industrialized countries join to root out the terrorist cells of Al-kida, the Taliban, the drug cartels of Central America, and any other faction that is bent on any sort of domination over any one nation or individual.
The task at hand is too great for the United States and some allies alone to solve these international crisis that continue to affect every nation around the world. An international resolve with the will and combined means that will finally begin to stop the atrocities before they can materialize must begin now. The realization of the Lisbon Treaty will produce combined resources that have not been tapped into before and along with the resources of the United States, China, Great Britain, Russia, Mexico, Canada, and Japan will be able now to stop the flow of financial support that is the life line for any terrorist organization. Once cutting the financial flow from ever reaching these factions is the quickest way of finding their locations and eventually their demise will be assured.
Every nation is guilty of some degree in contributing to the increasing amounts of greenhouse gasses and pollution being released. It is now, up to governments to focus on the existing technologies that are already available and implement them in industry. This will stop the enormous amount of pollution that is so much a threat to our planet as any one terrorist or organization.
Monetary constraints have to be set aside because to wait any longer before nations act the cost not only in dollars and cents but in human lives will be too great to over come if we fail to act now.