Why do humans always wage wars?
conflicts n violence, throughout thethousands n thousands of years, i dont think theres a single yearwhere in human history and any parts of the war where there hasnt been bloodshed and killings. people should know its destructive and civilians also get killed n wounded too. and WW1 for example, shouldnt that have been the war to end all wars? yet WW2 happened 20 years laters and theres more wars contiuing.
- Gray BoldLv 79 months agoFavorite Answer
It's part of human nature. Tribalism has a very adaptive effect in human evolution. Humans are social animals and ill-equipped to live on their own. Tribalism and social bonding help to keep individuals committed to the group, even when personal relations may fray. The tendencies of members to unite against an outside tribe and the ability to act violently and prejudicially against that outside tribe likely boosted the chances of survival in genocidal conflicts.
- rickLv 78 months ago
War is profitable. It takes a great deal of oil to wage war. The oil companies make a LOT of money. Arms manufacturers sell more armament. The transportation industry transports lots of troops. Everybody makes money. Except the citizens, and WE are expendable. We get shot or pay extra taxes.
- ronich69Lv 79 months ago
People are not taught to help, be kind to others, and leave each other's stuff alone.
If people would quit trying to take what isn't theirs, we'd be much better off.
- socialistpbLv 69 months ago
The vast majority of people do not fight in wars. Wars are undertaken in the interests of the tiny minority who rule in a country, and those who do the actual fighting have be conscripted or brainwashed to take part.
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- 9 months ago
because they are driven by evil and not following the teachings of Jesus.
- Elaine MLv 79 months ago