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Jorge RM Paper 3 - RuzMora1 Jorge Ruz-Mora Monica Sedore...

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   Ruz-Mora 1 Jorge Ruz-Mora Monica Sedore ENC 1101 29 October 2009 The Fight Against Global Terrorism The world is full of menaces that threaten to destroy the world as mankind knows it. Global terrorism is an epidemic that affects every country in the world. The terrorists are using modern day technology, like the Internet, to carry out their sinister plans. All the counties in the world that do not support terrorism need to come together to create a strategic plan to stop terrorism from spreading further. In Madeleine Albright's essay "Faith and Diplomacy", in the Dalai Lama's essay "Ethics and the New Genetics ",  and in Thomas Friedman's essay "The Dell Theory of Conflict Prevention" they all discuss how humanity needs to come up with a plan to stop threats that will have a negative effect in the future of the world. The fight against terrorism in a global scale can be won by using a moral compass's unifying power, civil countries having diplomatic relations with terrorists countries, and including terrorist countries in the global supply chain. To eliminate the threats that terrorism poses on the world, a universal moral compass needs to be created. A universal moral compass will eliminate all the differences between the terrorists and the non-terrorists. Most terrorist become terrorists because of their religion. Their religion dictates that if they strap a bomb and run into a building full of innocents or into a truck full of soldiers they will ascend to heaven. The moral compass should have a point that eliminates all religions and form a universal religion. The terrorist will stop their acts because they will have no religion to follow. A global moral compass will create a set of rules that will
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   Ruz-Mora 2 make all humans the same, meaning that the terrorists will not have a need to kill innocents because they will be equal to all other humans. Madeleine Albright expresses in her essay that, "we share a kinship with one another, however distant it may sometimes seem" (Albright 6). All humans share something with the rest. The universal moral compass would reinforce the fact that all humans are similar, turning the terrorists into pacific humans. At first, this might seem hard because of all the differences, but if all mankind looks past the differences and become one; then the terrorists won't stand a chance, they will have to give up their ways. In Dalai Lama's essay he states that, "we need to relate to the challenges we face as a single human family. ..a necessary principle is a spirit of oneness of the entire human species. Some might object that this is
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