Those resources being weapons in this case. As long as someone is profiting from death and displacement, war will never stop. Israel has enough bombs as it is already. It's sad that the only thing these days with "Made in America" on them are gas canisters and bullets being used by authoritarian regimes.
Stop daydreaming, the atrocities of imperialism and capitalism all have the same motive: Wealth and Power. In order to remove one, you have to remove the other. they're not different, and they never will be. Voluntary aid and mutual assistance don't need money or any form of fake numbers, or else it wouldn't be called aid. When people are dying, losing their homes, and having their main exports demolished: Your personal profits are the last thing that needs help. Show some humility for once.
Not really in the mood for a discussion. Here’s an anarcho-capitalist FAQ (Specifically question 7: “Are anarcho-capitalists anti-war?”): [link]
If you take war to be violent conflicts between States, then anarcho-capitalists are ardently anti-war. Anarcho-capitalists do not see global politics with the conventional statist paradigm - as a collection of competing States, with every man on a State team. Anarcho-capitalist understand that rulers and subjects have very different interests. The rulers stand to gain power, prestige and popularity from war, whereas the subjects pay the costs, in lives and in money, and in standard of living and quality of life. Wars should be thought of as disputes between petulant power-maddened politicians. Thus rulers get the benefits of militarism, but shove the costs on others. They also seize upon war as an opportunity to ramp up power. Finally, they use the war as a propaganda tool to gain support for their rule.
Anarcho-capitalism is a contradiction. The point of removing the state is the removal of hierarchy that causes oppression. Under capitalism, hierarchy still exists, given the poverty gap, and is essentially as statist as any form of radical corporatism. Anarchism is a socialist concept, and so was Libertarianism before it's recent bastardization. Any industrialist can obtain the power of a politician through his money, while we still have to do what they say. Instead of war between nations, it would result in war between companies, corporations, using private armies and police to have fight in the name of their agendas. When corporations BECOME the state, than Fascism would become a reality once more, pushing us at the opposite end of the spectrum far, far away from any form of Anarchism. War is a by product of money: People selling weapons, investing in armies, and having them steal resources and territory from others. That's not the Anarchist way, only the Capitalist one, and they will never be the same.
Contrary to popular misconception, capitalism doesn’t require hierarchy. It just requires mutual trade and labor that benefits both parties, regardless of their class. When people are free to trade with one another, there is no need for violence and war. Everyone gets what they want.