The Inherent Limitations of a Global Ceasefire
- What will make a global ceasefire a success? After igniting Albert Pike’s Satanic WW3 with Iran, limited nuclear war, an “Alien” Invasion is staged with the arrival of the fallen angels cast out of heaven. I think it will be a success.
- The Inherent Limitations of a Global Ceasefire
by WILL DAVIES, https://www.telegraph.co.uk/, 30 April 2020
It’s been a month since UN Secretary General António Guterres appealed for a global ceasefire to “end the sickness of war and fight the disease that is ravaging our world … The fury of the virus illustrates the folly of war.” Peace and humanitarian organisations have been unsurprisingly swift and categoric in their support for the initiative, and the Pope appealed for unity as “one human family”.
Yet the response from the permanent members of the UN Security Council has been muted and divided. Despite giving early support for the initiative, the US and Russia have being stalling amid concerns about constraints on their counter-terrorism and military activity.
The wider problem is that a global ceasefire has inherent limitations. It appeals to a common good without possessing carrot or stick. Hoping, urging and appealing to the better nature of warring factions is…