The late legendary Jamaican Superstar Bob Marley, in one of his hit songs - "Natural Mystic", predicted of the fate of the people: "...many more will have to suffer, many more will have to die...don't ask me why...there's a Natural Mystic blowing in the air."
Robert Nesta Marley may have been addressing the fate of the world's poor and the displaced when he sang that melody many years ago. And the "Natural Mystic" to which he alluded as starkly effecting the fate of the people, could be identified as a convergence of geo-politics, economics, religion, rebellion, expansionism, radicalization, extremism, alliances, agitators, historical wrongs, revenge, dominance and sacrifices.
Hence, today's conflicts and hardships that are displacing people, exacerbating poverty and fueling violence, radicalism and extremism, are all part of a natural process set in motion by history and the impact of man's actions.
Thus, it could be inferred that the fate of the world's security and of its stability, rests with the fate of the poor and that of the displaced, among whom, the extent of suffering and dying correlates with existing degrees of radicalization and of extremism.
In other worlds, the fate of radicalization and of extremism bear a direct proportion to the number of poor and displaced people in the world. Radicalization and extremism would not exist is in a non-poor and a non-displaced world.
Therefore, the fate of the world's poor and of the world's displaced will not be determined by charitable interventions and by food distribution programs from aid trucks, but rather by the manifested amelioration of the people over impacting acute socio-economic and political conditions and their assimilation and serenity within their self-governed communities.