No matter how obvious the virtual spectrum of peace and stability within a country ruled by a tyrant may be, based on several exemplary cases, it usually becomes very disastrous for the long term stability of peaceful solidarity within such a country.
As such, it’s not uncommon anymore to see that within several autocratic regimes that have been toppled, their actual analytical situations have proven that, the situation of peace within those countries worsen as the days go by.
- If we are seeking for peace and stability, but still have it that, when a tyrant or an autocrat is dethroned for the sake of democracy and individual liberties, all that is left is discrimination, chaos and continues struggles to succeed power, was there really a need to topple the virtually stable regime in the first place?
Reflecting on autocratic regimes that faced virtual peace and stability such as: Egypt, Lybia, Zaire, and Iraq, that have been toppled, it is clear to predict that, the citizens within those countries face worse conflicts and insecurity as compared to their former country regime status.
With the mentioned reflection, it becomes probable to induce that, if the actual purpose for toppling an autocratic regime is to sort a more peaceful society, then, this has been a failure because, the victimized country situation become very unstable. Also, the failure arises from the fact that, the new zeal political leadership in charge is still very inapt to consolidate modern pragmatic democracy aspirations of the country people in correlative respects with their formerly understood autocratic governance mechanisms. As such, permanent conflicts and battles over diversified and crisscrossing new deal political aspirations.
- If the paramount objective for governance actions is to maintain peace and stability within the society, what can you say in respect to the situation of a government that seems to be in peace under a tyrant, but when toppled, severe political crises become predominant and increase insecurity?
- Is it necessary to change or abruptly topple a seeming autocratic rule which provides security to its citizens and leave it in the hands of unprepared political amateurs or should such systems instead train their political elites towards the maintenance of peace and stability?
However, in every situation we may suppose that:
All is virtual and we can only know it’s real when it succeeds us, and even when it succeeds us, we still do not know because we are not there anymore, so, the best alternative will be to preserve it till it succeeds us, then as such, we suppose it’s realThis is Sustainable Peace
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