Topic: The devastation of Nuclear Weapons and why they should cease to exist. Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience that the use of Nuclear Weapons or WMD (weapons of mass destruction), should be eradicated for the safety and preservation of humanity and the world Thesis Statement: America, and humanity as a whole, should agree to stop the use and creation of Nuclear weapons because of lessons learned through history, as well as logical and moral conclusions based on the facts surrounding them. Introduction:
There is only one weapon of mankind to have been used only once before. Understandably warfare itself is a disturbing topic. The idea is men killing other men in the name of what’s right, except it’s never a choice on whose side you fight for. We are all born on some continent and wherever that happens to be will be our homeland to fight for. But war is inevitable, it will come because there will always be something to fight over, whether Religion, Justice, or Power, it will happen. Therefore it is necessary for a country to be prepared for war, consisting of soldier, guns, rifles, and an assortment of machines of war. These creations are grimly designed to kill another man, but and although bleak in imagining, their existence is understandable.
What simply isn’t understandable though is one weapon of war that takes destruction to a whole other level. Where as the rifle kills one man with a bullet, this weapon decimates a city with a single detonation. Where as a rifle leaves behind a body to be mourned, this weapon leaves only the imprint of what used to be. Where as a rifle is focused on it’s objective and target, this weapon knows no boundaries, and has no moral compass upon which to judge whom to remove from this earth.
WMD’s, The A-bomb, The Little boy, The Fat man, The Tsar Bomb, The Nuke. All these names are one thing, Nuclear Weapons. Weapons of Mass Destruction. Through History we’ve seen them, and today we fear them. As they continue to...
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