Liam Westra Of British News Delve Deep In The Question: Is War Over Global Resources Inevitable?

A population over 7 billion globally as resources become scarce.
JERUSALEM - Dec. 6, 2021 - PRLog -- "The natural resources of the world do not belong to any person, organization, collective, or so-called nation." -Bryant McGill

At the moment of the discovery of new lands to settle. The inhabitants of the world started to grow. The natural production agents of soil, water, etc was at its best for providing the resources for survival. The global population expanded from 1 billion in the 1800's to 7.7 billion as of 2020 according to Our World In Data Organization. The conflict within the territory of the country of Hungary caused World World 1 in Jul 28, 1914. The history ledgers confirm that this war caused global resources to decrease. Germany had to borrow monetary funds from the allied powers. Germany eventually collapsed economically. World War 2 started in Sep 1, 1939, because of the embarrassed Germany. The global cost for this war was 4 trillion, and said to be the most expensive war in known history say's Parramatta History & Heritage. As natural disasters constantly ruin natural producers of natural resources. Global resources become scarce everyday. As the urban, and prosperous global population increase; demand for natural resources will rise say's PwC of the United Kingdom. As of 2021, tensions around the globe among governments have reached an alert for concern. Is there another world war looming? Erick Stackelbeck of Watchmen news say's Yes. He states that the United Nations proclaimed the city of Jerusalem as a muslim site. This is an alarm for the world. Erick continues by saying, " let's confront the evil. There's no other option for Israel, but to strike." Israeli Prime Minister
Naftali Bennett urged world powers to take concrete steps in response to Iran's nuclear activities. As the world turns, Russia is at the brink of invading Ukraine; this event has been declared in headlines of major media outlets like the Washington Post.

"A common perception of global resource scarcity holds that it is inevitably a catalyst for conflict among nations" -Mc Dawson

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