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What If No Humanitarian Sense Exist In The World? Is There Any?

What If No Humanitarian Sense Exist In The World? Is There Any?

Just look at the newspapers—you will see the repetitive boring speeches of so-called global leaders uttering the same word every day ‘the humanity’. Don’t chill! This is not the real face! They are killing thousands of people like you while saying publicly ahh we fight to protect every rights of you. The double standard, you will see all around, just be critical!

Today just think about what will be happen if there is no humanitarian sense exist as what we are heading towards the horrific future.  

Humanitarian sense is the active belief in the value of human life and the practice of benevolent treatment and assistance to other humans to reduce suffering and improve the conditions of humanity for moral, altruistic, and emotional reasonsIt is the essence of social morality and the golden rule of treating others as we would like to be treated. It is also the foundation of human rights, international law, and humanitarian action.

But what if humanitarian sense did not exist in the world? What would be the consequences of such a scenario? How would it affect the lives of millions of people who are affected by conflicts, disasters, poverty, and oppression?

One possible way to imagine a world without humanitarian sense is to look at the historical and current examples of situations where humanitarian sense is violated or ignored. For instance, we can think of the atrocities committed by the Nazi regime during the Holocaust, the genocide in Rwanda, the ethnic cleansing in Bosnia, the use of chemical weapons in Syria, the famine in Yemen, the persecution of the Rohingya in Myanmar, the oppression of the Uyghurs in China, and the violence against civilians in Afghanistan, among many others. These are all cases where human beings are treated as less than human, where their dignity, rights, and well-being are disregarded, and where their suffering is inflicted or tolerated by others.

A world without humanitarian sense would be a world where such situations are not only more frequent and widespread, but also more accepted and normalized. It would be a world where compassion, empathy, and solidarity are replaced by indifference, apathy, and hostility. It would be a world where violence, injustice, and inequality are the norm, and where peace, justice, and equality are the exception. It would be a world where human lives are cheap and disposable, and where human potential is wasted and destroyed.

Such a world would not only be morally reprehensible, but also practically unsustainable. It would be a world where human development and progress are hindered by constant conflict and instability, where human health and security are threatened by disease and disaster, and where human happiness and fulfillment are elusive and rare. It would be a world where the challenges of the 21st century, such as climate change, pandemics, migration, and terrorism, are exacerbated and unaddressed, and where the opportunities of the 21st century, such as technology, innovation, and cooperation, are missed and wasted.

Therefore, a world without humanitarian sense would be a world that is not worth living in, and a world that we should strive to prevent and avoid. Humanitarian sense is not only a moral duty, but also a practical necessity, for the survival and well-being of humanity as a whole. It is what makes us human, and what makes us humane. It is what connects us to each other, and what inspires us to help each other. It is what gives us hope, and what drives us to change.

As the famous humanitarian Albert Schweitzer once said, "Humanitarianism consists in never sacrificing a human being to a purpose." Let us uphold this principle, and let us cultivate this sense, in ourselves and in others, for the sake of our common humanity and our common future.

Global Amnesia Epidemic: World Forgets How to Be Human

In a bizarre twist of fate, scientists have discovered a new phenomenon – global amnesia affecting human sensibility. Reports are flooding in from all corners of the globe that people have forgotten the basic tenets of humanity. 

In the News Today

Peace Talks Turn Into Pie-Throwing Contest: In an unprecedented turn of events, world leaders forgot what they were arguing about and resorted to hurling pies at each other. The international community is now covered in whipped cream, and the only casualty is dignity.

Billionaires' Space Race to Nowhere: The world's richest have forgotten why they wanted to go to space in the first place. They're now orbiting the Earth, wondering why they're not feeling any happier.

Fashion Faux Pas at the United Nations: Delegates turned up in pajamas after forgetting the dress code. The General Assembly has never been cozier.

While these humorous snippets underscore the nonsensical aspects of our current global issues, but this is not joke as there is no human rights practically exist in the world as thousands of people are now dying of hunger and war while billionaire pouring millions of dollar everyday to just have fun. World rulers are bombing innocent people with an innocent face, waring so cold humanitarian face mask. 

This is the time to be ashamed of be Human!   

Md Motasim Billa

Md Motasim Billa


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