Monday, January 15, 2018

Rob Smith — Conflict costs the global economy $14 trillion a year

The cost represent the use of real resources that could have been put to use constructively to address the world's problems, many of which are the result of conflict. 

The social cost cannot be quantified since life is priceless.

Total waste.

Dumb, dumb, and dumber.
Rob Smith


Andrew Anderson said...

What was that saying? "No justice, no peace"? And it's corollary? "Know justice, know peace"?

One would hope that Americans, at least, would finally grasp that injustice is very, very expensive even in Earthly terms, not to mention eternal ones.

Noah Way said...

$14 trillion? Is that gross or net?