Since WMDs are the most deadly type of

Since the world’s introduction to the
first WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction), people started to see these weapons in
different perspectives. But as people recklessly use them, it affected environments,
cities and generation. As we witnessed the nuclear bomb in Hiroshima and Nagasaki,
and the Hydrogen bomb in island of Elugelab
and acknowledged their power, countries became desperate and started
manufacturing their own WMD like USA and Russia, both are now known as the
superpowers due to their immense amount warheads, missiles, nukes, and military.
It became well known that WMDs are the most deadly type of weapons as it
contains many types under its category like the chemical, biological, nuclear, atomic,
hydrogen, etc. Even though we acknowledged how destructive these are, how did
they start to make the world a better place? Ever since WW1, WW2 these weapons
were never used. Even though after WW2 when the USA and the USSR were in the
cold war, USA created the nuclear bomb first and could have destroyed USSR.
Therefore the USSR created the nuclear bomb, both superpowers were ready to
launch these nukes and destroy each other and the whole world will watch the
greatest hanabi* in the history; but they didn’t launch nukes  because both were certain that if a nuclear war
start there will be no winner. Also the existence and the fear of these WMDs prevented
any war since the WW2 about 73 years ago. If we suppose that the WMDs didn’t exist,
yeah Hiroshima and Nagasaki would have survived and island of Elugelab wouldn’t
be vaporized, but WW2 could have lasted for couple more years and more millions
will die, and mainly USA and Russia would still be superpowers and if they
decided to take over any country none could stop them, in other words, people
will die, it’s their destiny. For example, thousands years ago were WMDs didn’t
exist yet, an empire called the Mongol empire that was ruled by Genghis Khan who
killed 40 million by bare knives. Another example is the Holocaust that occurred
between 1933-1945 and an estimate of 7 million people were killed by Hitler. It’s
not something new hat there is wars or people dying, it’s since the pharaohs
and even before them and wars existed along with dying people. Another example
that people bluff about using WMDs is when Kim Jong-un said to USA that the
button to launch nukes is right next to him, then Trump responded and said the
his button is bigger than Kim’s; Even after the big talk nothing happened, they
just want to make each other fear each other. Overall, it’s because of humans’
nature that wars are created not because of weapons.



Hanabi*: is a Japanese word that
means fireworks


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