Nuclear Weapons Debate

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Nuclear Weapons Debate
The icing of my debate is the use of nuclear weapons. This is all about public controversies relating to the use of nuclear weapons. Nuclear disarmament refers to both the act of reducing or eliminating nuclear weapons and to the end state of a nuclear-free world. It is said by Edward Gladstone.

“We look forward to the time when the power of love will replace the love of power. Then our world will know the blessing of peace”- The use of nuclear power is highly fatal and mortal for the living. It is economically indispensible to be made. Money utilized for the making of nuclear weapons could be utilized for other good purposes. If we even use it we’ll have a cross fight. As a result of this awful nuclear weapon the innocent people get affected because the bomb doesn’t look at innocent and guilty it just destroys everything in its range. The effects of massive killing and radiations of the nuclear attack remain for many years and centuries. “United we stay, together we fall” It is a misconception that we can show our strengths by nuclear weapons, but in my opinion I say that rather than using nuclear power to show your strength we should stand united as a nation to show we are a strong chain of strong barriers which would remove any kind of danger for our country. It was said by Mother Teresa “if we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other”.

Nuclear weapons not only destroy the property of people but also affect the consciousness of people, so I would never think that nuclear weapons are necessary to maintain peace. Thank You.
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