I don't think your "everybody" counts as majority.
As much as humans love war, they also want peace.
Mmm, I never said anything about a majority. I said you were wrong. You were saying that everybody
wants international peace; that's simply not true.
I know just how much nationalism means to everyone and I don't want it to be dissolved.
And you don't see this as a potential threat to international peace?
And even though that seems highly unlikely, it's not an impossible idea.
Here's the thing: anything is possible. It's possible that none of us will wake up in the morning. It's possible that you'll be mauled by evil killing machines (read: bears). It's possible that Bill Gates will donate all of his money to the Syphon the Sun Law School Education Fund (all donations welcome, of course). Any number of things are possible
. But are they probable
? Not a chance.
There will always
be causes that people will believe in deeply enough to fight for: democracy, religion, nationalism, ethnic heritage, political ideology, whathaveyou. And there will always
be those who try to suppress others through force, manipulation, whathaveyou. It's what makes the world go 'round.
As Eisenhower once said, if you want total security (order/"peace"), go to prison. You're fed, clothed, given medical care, and so on. The only thing lacking... is freedom. Order and liberty are constantly battling it out. The more of one you have, the less of the other. Sometimes it's best to just cut it fifty-fifty.
Step softly; a dream lies buried here.