The fever pitch toward war in Iran, a plea for peace
At this point, I feel like this is the only avenue I have of expressing a crucial message pertaining to the effort for world peace.
There seems to be kind of a fever pitch toward war with Iran right now, and it has to stop. (Today’s NYT article on the matter)
This is the beginning of the end. We can’t let this happen. I’ve written an article on how to peacefully end the conflict in Iran tomorrow. It is easily possible to do this. It requires the storage of energy, the importance of which I explain in this article.
WE CANNOT CONTINUE TO CHOOSE TO KILL EACH OTHER.
Please, people! Instead of mobilizing humanity over the past century or ten toward war, violence, killing each other, and in times of peace, the idea that we’re devoting this productivity instead to “commerce,” and whatever the people who run “commerce” want.
WE MUST CHOOSE TO REVERSE OUR DOWNWARD SPIRAL
Perhaps this can be a call to my generation. War is being forced down our throats by… someone. This could be total war. Looking at this, Iran is allied closely with Russia and China, and if we attack Iran, I’m worried that it could be more than enough to set off a chain of uncontrollable events very similar to the assasination of Archduke Ferdinand, which began World War 1.
We are on the verge of democide on a scale we’ve never before seen, and it’s the leading cause of death in the 20th century (I’ve heard).
I WILL NEVER ALLOW WAR.
If there is war, I will protest peacefully until they kill me or until they stop the war. Please join me.
As controversial as it is to say things like this, I feel like my blog could be shutting down soon. Just remember my name:
CARL RITTENHOUSE LARSON