Now in my opinion, I think World Peace is impossible. Now most people would factor the number one reason being race and religion, which in a sense can be true, but not in it's entirety. People usually classify a race/religion pretty easily. Blacks = Thieves Muslims = Terrorists Mexicans = Illegal Immigrants You get the jist of it. But then I myself classify it as two types of people. Which are good people and bad people. Because basically what people do is generalize, which causes hatred. Only 13% of black people take up America. Do people think all of them are committing crimes? To be fair, there would be less crime rates, but this is the way people think. Ex. 7/10 Blacks commit crime in comparison to 3/10 White People They see that and say black people are bad, but then by seeing that larger number, they basically ignore white people crime rates. In Canada white people commit more rape than black people. So when people say eliminate that race or religion, I think it's stupid. To obtain world peace, we'd have to eliminate a lot of stuff, religion not being one of them. In a sense, you can say Islamic people promotes violence and whatnot. In the 2005 UK bombing, 88% Muslims opposed the bombing, 6% agreed with it and 4% felt sympathy towards the bombers. So would people consider the entire religion the threat or just the radicals/extremists who commend the act? In conclusion, I don't know what the hell would be needed to obtain world peace. If we eliminated religion, we still wouldn't have world peace. If we eliminated a certain race, we still wouldn't have world peace. You see where I'm going with this?