Some of these people can barely read and write, but never mind, the most sophisticated weapons are delivered to them, and instructors are sent
Interests, economic - danger for countries in putting them first
"Every country finds the defence of its economic interests normal and congratulates itself when it succeeds... until the day it finds itself confronted with problems it wasn't wise enough to foresee.
For example: for a country that produces arms, nothing is more profitable than exporting them. And so it manages to sell an assortment of increasingly deadly weapons to nations who risk jeopardizing the peace and security of the whole planet with their endless conflicts. Some of these people can barely read and write, but never mind, the most sophisticated weapons are delivered to them, and instructors are sent to train them in their use. On one hand, it is true that it brings in big money. But later, how expensive and difficult it is stopping the conflicts that erupt all over the world! And in the end, they find themselves in inextricable situations, because only the immediate advantages of selling arms were considered."