The Dangers Of Necessary Violence

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Necessary Violence The world is a beautiful place; the way nature works is outstanding. Things in the world are starting to change, and humans are the problem. We, as the population of the world, are deemed to destroy it. Humans do many things as a society to harm the earth. Nations having constant feuds with one another and always ending in troops being deployed. War is a major factor in ruining the earth, and with advances in how war is performed is just a recipe for destruction. Science is taking war to an entire new level; Nuclear warfare; Eletronicware warfare; Naval warfare; and even Chemical warfare. Violence is something in this world that must be stopped, it ruins lives and it ruins our earth. We as a nation need to put our foot …show more content…
The first step in stopping world wars would be to destroy them all. Use a couple more nuclear missiles, and the innocent people hurt will understand that this is for a greater purpose. The great people in this world have to take the sacrifice of their families being destroyed if that means a brighter future for the rest of us. A great quote from the movie Transformers “Innocent people die all the time” can show that the world can and should be changed, but by force. It is an essential force to strike before our enemies can strike us, but why put thought into it? Just take care of them all! With no enemies left, and only the United States here, then we can build our own system with no violence; no wars; no crime. The world needs this necessary change, so load up the guns, fuel the helicopters, and arm the missiles because it is time to change the world for the …show more content…
We, as a nation would be the leader of everybody in the entire world. 7.125 billion people will just be at our disposal, and they will live by our standards. The world needs change because violence needs to be stopped, but we as a nation should use it. We as a nation should use it to keep other people in order. We as a nation need to use it to ensure that nobody thinks otherwise. (Anaphora) When people think otherwise it leads to argument, and then arguments leads to yelling, and yelling hurts the ears. Why start yelling? If everybody believes in how we believe, then the world becomes a much easier world. We can use the other 6.807 billion people to do the work we don’t want to do! They can hang the clothes on the laundry line, or they can feed the dogs, do the dishes, change the cat litter. This allows for the US to thrive and for the other countries to do the stupid

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