Every country in the world has defence forces, which is compost of the military, police and other security forces in order to protect the country from internal and external attack. For the past few years, American has remains the superpower, hence have control in the whole world in terms of security. Through their operation, they have gone further to provide security in various parts of the world, with the latest being sending troops to some of the hotspot part of the world like the Iraq. This move has cause tension as people see it as the emergence of the Third World War if the situation is not controlled in time. Therefore, every country works tirelessly in order to form a stable military that will be able to defend the country in case of any attack of any form. One of the methods that most countries have embarked on is the development of massive weapons of mass destruction to act as a sign of protection during war.
Due to high growth of the terror attack in the world especially from Iraq and Afghanistan, they have major their protection in the development of weapons of mass destruction that will help them to attack some of the superpowers countries like United States, who have been over ruling from the time they became superpowers. Therefore, some of the countries like Iraq have decided to produce these weapons in readiness of war with other nations who have threatened them for some years . Consequently, there main aim is to produce these weapons and transport them to the United States, the current superpowers to cause detonation to the country. Hence, their work is to acquire these weapons, manufacture the weapons and then plants them in other countries to cause explosion that result to destruction of properties and the death of the people within that environment.
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[...] Causes Deaths of the Inhabitants Apart from the destruction of properties, another negative impact of the use of weapons mass destruction is that it causes the loss of life of the people and animals around the affected regions. During the attack, the impacts of the weapon used cause the destruction and collapse of the houses. This causes death of the people living in the affected areas. Moreover, the process of destruction affects various running business that operate around the region resulting to unemployment of the people. [...]
[...] One of the methods that most countries have embarked on is the development of massive weapons of mass destruction to act as a sign of protection during war. Description of Weapon of Mass Destruction Due to high growth of the terror attack in the world especially from Iraq and Afghanistan, they have major their protection in the development of weapons of mass destruction that will help them to attack some of the superpowers countries like United States, who have been over ruling from the time they became superpowers. [...]
[...] Various reasons exist that discourages the production of the weapons of mass destruction. For instance, through these weapons, most of the people have met their deaths, has cause migration of people from one location to another, people have become poor as their businesses and houses have been attack. In addition, the process of massive destruction using the weapons have contributed to the destruction of the ozone layer, especially during the test of the functionality of the weapons made. Therefore, leaders of the world, especially the superpower countries should come together in agreement in order to control the production of these weapons for them to avoid some of the negative effect that they result to when used. [...]
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