Wealth does play a part, but I think territory is the root cause. Territory will always bring an identity.
What troubles me is this scenario: nations, hierarchy, greed, territory and wealth are all wrong, yet they're the cause of this forum.
This redirects to the issue about person T and F, using war as a way to avoid an uncomfortable silence around a dinner table.
News media is no different; it serves as a ability to watch the tv, yet at the expense of the millions of people each year who are refugees, or who are mistreated customers or employees, or exposed in some negative way.
The news is meant to be right, but how is that state right if news could never be possible without violence and inequality?
The practical result of this perspective is perpetual self-reflectivity - or is it?
If cause has no rightful identity, but difference is true, can the identity of difference be rightfully known?
(Right now, I'm looking at reality from the perspective that the ongoings in each year's Big Brother house is the cause and effect of NATO, or that a shop in San Francisco is the cause and effect of the UK voting to leave the EU)