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History stories are wrong: History never united a people on a worthy humanitarian tangible value

Posted on: June 20, 2019

History stories are wrong: History never united a people on a worthy humanitarian tangible value

There is no doubt in my mind that History stories were written by Victors since writing was invented.

And whatever achievements and number extended are way too biased, faked and over-rated.

And you should learn the context and the worthiness of the “adversaries”: Usually, the “vanquished were far more cultured and economically advanced than the conquerors.

And whatever achievements coined by the occupiers where done by the conquered party such as artisans, educated, thinkers or war detained people.

And whatever unity existed in the warrior-kind “City-State” expansionist was for the purpose of looting and the added-value and worthiness of the subjugated people.

That in modern history, only wars united “nations” and the occupation of colonies and their exploitation.

Whatever was tangible was of the material kinds: higher human values was totally forgotten and never disseminated once the occupation settles in.

The Modern States that learned to listen to the demands and request of its people and reacts promptly in reconsidering its laws are the most advanced, regardless of their size in land and population and are the most respectful of the UN resolutions regarding human rights. They have confidence that their educated and cultured citizens are more attuned to the world calamities than their functional institutions.

Note: The civilizations in the Near-East (Syria and Iraq) didn’t undertake a war for war sake. They were prosperous and maintained fair trades with their neighbors and had fair laws for the time and good administration.

These civilizations signed countless peace treaties to keep trade feasible. The only times they had to go to wars, it was because a neighboring State failed to prosper and sought the easy way out by looting excursions and setting up trade barriers.

It is the case of Carthage: Hannibal could have easily subjugated Rome, but he preferred to sign a peace treaty. Rome opted to subjugate Carthage by all means through successive wars.

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