If the price for world peace cost the lives of a million people, would it be worth it?

Posted by: Pretzelz

World peace as in no wars, poverty, discrimination of any kind, theft, violence, etc.

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If those who died did so voluntarily

In other words, the people who volunteered must be aware of the outcome and the cost of it. They cannot be forced, they must freely choose if they so wish to do so.
11 votes

No price is too high for world peace

3 votes
1 comment

The price is to high

1 vote
1 comment

Only make does who deserve to die pay the price

The criteria on who deserves to die is from the voter.
0 votes

Yes, it would be worth it

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Forthelulz says2015-06-06T21:19:47.6769837-05:00
Which million people?
Pretzelz says2015-06-06T21:22:30.2375533-05:00
Let's go for one million random people on earth. It could be a million children, adults, elderly, criminals, hero's, family members, drug dealers, etc. Regardless of who they are, or what they have done, a million people must die for the price to be paid. This is only for the first option though.
hect says2015-06-07T00:23:53.4196499-05:00
It would be like harvesting the organs of a living innocent human to save the lives of three other people, we don't do it in that scenario so why would we in any other?
shadowbob34 says2015-06-22T21:51:43.8945541-05:00
Where is a simple yes? When you look at the world population, this is incredibly small price to pay for an infinite amount of deaths that would be prevented. Saying no kills an infinite amount of people, saying yes saves an infinite amount.

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