Most Millennials Expect World War III in Their Lifetime

January 23, 2020   |   Category: Prophecy News   |   Tags: ,

A survey of 16,000 millennials in 16 countries at peace and at war indicates a majority is nervous about the future, and a large plurality believes heightened global tensions are likely to lead to a catastrophic war.  Launch of the report was commissioned last year by the International Committee of the Red Cross.

The ICRC survey finds millennials are deeply pessimistic about the future they face.   The results indicate this generation of young people, now between the ages of 25 and 39, is worried about future conflicts and nuclear weapons.  Other top concerns include unemployment, increasing poverty and terrorism.

Among those surveyed, 47% think there will be a third world war in their lifetime.  However, 84% believe the use of nuclear weapons is never acceptable.  ICRC legal adviser Nishat Nishat calls this extremely encouraging.

“I think there is something very encouraging at the fact that millennials, my generation and people in the world, I think generally now have understood the sort of catastrophic effects nuclear weapons could have and how those effects would be just unacceptable regardless of the circumstances under which these would be used,” said Nishat.

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2 Responses to “Most Millennials Expect World War III in Their Lifetime”

  1. Lynn Dowless

    In reality, the conclusion of nuclear war occurring in the lifetime of the millennial generation, all boils down to basic, common sense logic. In the beginning the only nation who had nuclear arms was the US. The Russians came in second. The Chinese came in thirdly. Such was the world wide regulatory platform for years. Inside the past twenty five years, much has changed. There has been a great scramble for these weapons, maybe commencing with India and Pakistan acquiring them. Now virtual multitudes of smaller, belligerent nations with their own fanatical agendas, possess these weapons; least of not is Iran, no matter if they do claim otherwise.

    Refer back to the history of the machine gun, and we have record of a terrible weapon to end all wars being invented, with a great fear of slaughtering humanity into oblivion. This was in 1885. Five years later it was used in Africa against the Zulu, then in 1900 during the Boar War. In 1914, with the out break of WW1, only 31 years later, the machine gun was used in warfare over huge portions of the world.
    We have been 75 years from the day the A-tom was dropped on Japan. A nuclear exchange is already over due, as simple math informs us. The wold population in 1985 was only 4 billion people. Now its almost doubled, to 7.5 billion, and growing. According to these calculations alone, in thirty more years the world population will double again, to a jaw dropping 14 billion. Nations that do not possess the intellectual capacity to quash population growth so that it will merge with the land’s production rate, shall continue to invade nations that do, and have a developed resource base accommodating the management effort. Resentment shall grow on this basis alone. The majority of population growth is occurring in nations where the people have impoverished themselves by not comprehending the realities of production rates needing to merging with population growth. Mathematics regarding population stats, present day resentment, and a forth coming world wide impoverishment of its population alone suggests a nuclear exchange occurring possibly inside of the next thirty years. An exchange of mass slaughter occurring on a worldwide basis inside of the next 50 to 60 years is virtually a given guarantee. All of this negative possibility exists inside of the millennial generations lifetime. These people had better learn all they can about survival in a worst case scenario, with the threat of nuclear world war and AI robotics staring them all directly in the face.